to connectVideoHecklers taunt the Sacramento police officers are on the scene of the line-of-duty shooting that killed a female rookie
Police officers are being harassed by protesters as they investigate the ambush that took the life of a rookie officer. The national Fraternal Order of Police, the Vice-President Jay McDonald to respond.
Sacramento police officers have been suspended by the members of the community, while investigating the scene where a rookie officer, Tara O’sullivan, was killed in the last week, and the vice-president of the National Fraternal Order of Police, said on Monday that the forms of interaction, such as that it is all too common these days.
Jay McDonald spoke to “Fox & Friends” host Steve Doocy about the now-viral recording, in which a woman can be heard telling an officer that he deserves to be shot down. Call the woman’s response, “it’s disgusting,” McDonald said, is harassment, and even directed violence against officers is on the rise, as are the tensions between the police and citizens continues to rise.
“We have a history of discord between the community and law enforcement, and we need to ensure that all of our elected officials, and community leaders to use the opportunity and after this tragic incident, and to point out that this kind of hateful behavior is called for what it is,” McDonald said.
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The images, taken by a journalist shows a number of officers will be conducted by the women in the Plays they put up crime scene tape around the area where the Officer and O ‘ Sullivan, 26, was fatally shot in an “ambush” in responding to a domestic violence call. In January, a young female officer, a 22-year-old Natalie Corona, was shot and killed in an ambush in Sacramento, according to the Sacramento Bee.
“We have a long time to be an example of this, where it’s perfectly acceptable to use violence against the police, the ambush killings are on the rise in America,” McDonald said.
The tension between the citizens and the police department have escalated significantly in recent years, in response to the police killing of unarmed black men.
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Regardless of the assessment, and the risk that they will be able to get out of their communities, McDonald continued, the police will have to continue to adjust and try to make the world a safer place.
“Even in the face of violence and hatred, as we have seen in the video, there are hundreds of thousands of law enforcement officers still have a badge and a gun and protect their communities every day,” he said.
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“We don’t have to be for them to ask for this kind of attack from the people they are trying to serve.”