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New York City's racist police union wants to return to the "good old days" when police could torture, "Stop and Frisk", fire dozens of bullets at unarmed men, and target minority youth with the full backing of the mayor.

NYPD Police Union Head Pat Lynch: He's a thug that heads a union that has become little more than a racist cult. (Photo screen captured from YouTube video)
NYPD Police Union Head Pat Lynch: He's a thug that heads a union that has become little more than a racist
cult. The police union fights mainly for racist white police officers and apparently could care less about what black
police officers want or think. New York City has paid a $25 milion dollar settlement for discrimination against
black police officers (Photo screen captured from YouTube video)
We knew that Mayor Bill de Blasio has had somewhat of a rocky relationship with the police unions in recent months—apparently not adamantly defending the Eric Garner grand jury decision was like stabbing the NYPD in the back?—but things took an even uglier turn Friday. De Blasio's comments on the Garner decision and recent efforts to reform and retrain the NYPD has led one prominent police union to ask members to sign a pledge requesting that neither de Blasio nor Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito attend their funeral if they're killed in the line of duty.

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Last week, PBA president Pat Lynch said that de Blasio didn't give police officers enough respect: "What police officers felt yesterday after that press conference is that they were thrown under the bus,” Lynch said after the Garner grand jury decision, in particular criticizing de Blasio for his comment that he told his teenage son to be careful around cops. "That they were out there doing a difficult job in the middle of the night, protecting the rights of those to protest, protecting our sons and daughters and the mayor was behind microphones like this throwing them under the bus."

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