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A county executive in Maryland is prohibited, and a law enforcement agency of view, of the wood, “thin blue line” flag that was a gift from a local resident.
“The flag, offering a symbol of support to some, but it is a symbol of the dismissiveness of others,” Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich said in a note. “Because it is divisive, and the flag will not be co-located in the 5th Ward, or in a public place within the Police Department.”
The flag is a gift for the 5th District, of officers of the Montgomery County, carpenter, to James Shelton, has been referred to by some as a “blue-life-of” flag in the response to the “Black Lives Matter” movement.
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A photograph of the Montgomery County Police department twitter page on Wednesday shows the Shelton’s and have a young son and a presentation of the work of art, until the three uniformed officers.
“No, thank you, to the resident, to James Shelton, who is the Montgomery County of 5th District officers, and with a wooden American Flag, which he had made, and in recognition of the National First Responders Day. The flag will be displayed at the 5th District Station.
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On Friday, the police department posted what it said was a note from Elrich to say otherwise.
“The acting chief of police Mark Jones: I understand the concerns of the community,” the county executive said in the note.
He concluded by saying, “Under my administration, we are committed to improving the police relationship with the community, and it will take you directly to the address of each and every action that is contrary to our mission.”
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Fox, of Baltimore, for the first time, at Ehrlich’s response to the flag, a gift late last Friday.