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The New York city Police Benevolent Association (PBA) demanded that the public prosecutor will rely on the crime for the benefit of those who are accused of throwing water, or other substances, by the officers. The call came after a viral video surfaced on Monday showing officers being doused or pelted, and while the audience booed.
“At a minimum, there needs to be a felony charge for battering a police officer by throwing or spraying of water or any other substance, and a misdemeanor charge for attempting to do so. It’s time for lawmakers to take a stand against the disease on behalf of their constituents, and the police officers who protect them,” PBA President Patrick J. Lynch said in a statement on Tuesday. He said that under the current law, officers can make arrests or write tickets in these cases, but in most cases they will not be prosecuted by the DA.
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Since this is one video that’s surfaced, with a chorus of lawmakers is condemning the behaviour as ‘unacceptable’ and ‘disrespectful.’ We have been in the way, for the words of support are meaningless if they are not backed up by concrete action to address the lawlessness in our streets,” Lynch said.
“The chaos will continue to escalate unless there is a change.”
On Tuesday, in a video distributed by the NYC PBA’s Twitter account showed a man on a subway train shouting profanity at two officers, to which the First Amendment right to verbally abuse the police.
On Monday, after the intense heat gave way to torrential rain in New York City, one person was caught on camera hurling a red bucket that hit one officer in the head while he was making an arrest in Harlem, new york. Groups of people could be heard, mocking, and taunting the officers as the men continued to splash the officers with the waters.
A similar incident was recorded in Brooklyn, where the uniformed officers were as soaked as if they were walking on the street. A man approached the officers and gave them a bucket of water over his head. The officers remained calm, according to the report.
“I think it’s turned out to be a massive restraint, self-respect and dignity on the part of the police department, the City of New York, and is a Member of the Council, Eric Ulrich said at a press conference on Tuesday. “I think that every cop and every police officer in this city to be proud of yesterday, but at the same time, he was brought low, and there was no need for that.”
Ulrich and the other members of the council, echoed the sentiments of the PBA, demanding, zero-tolerance and prosecution for the offense, the enforcement of the law.
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“The people who are responsible for these crimes, they should be prosecuted, they should be held accountable, and yes, they need to be charged with a crime,” said Ulrich.