Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by 1Vegasgirl, Dec 27, 2014.
It says he is even going to speak at it.
Bill de Blasio to Speak at Funeral of NYPD Officer Rafael Ramos
by Kerry Picket26 Dec 2014New York, NY842
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio will attend and deliver remarks at the funeral of slain NYPD Officer Rafael Ramos Saturday, despite calls by some in law enforcement to stay away.
De Blasio’s office announced his plans in a press release Friday night. The funeral of Wenjian Liu, who was shot execution-style in the same squad car as Ramos on December 20, is still being arranged.
A petition circulated by the NYC Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association president Patrick Lynch almost two weeks ago urged police officers to demand that de Blasio not attend their funerals if they die in the line of duty.
Kerry Picket/Breitbart News: A sign outside of a house on the same street as the church holding a wake for Officer Ramos.
The petition was triggered after de Blasio made remarks in reaction to a Staten Island grand jury decision that did not indict NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo for the death of Eric Garner, a man Pantaleo restrained in a headlock during an attempted arrest in July. New York City law enforcement found themselves at odds with the mayor when he said his biracial 17-year old son Dante should be as fearful of the NYPD as the criminals in the city.
Officers turned their backs on de Blasio when he held his first presser on Liu and Ramos’s murder at the hands of 28-year-old Ismaaiyl Brinsley. Retired NYPD discussed ways to block the mayor from showing up to the funeral. More recently, a plane flew over the Hudson River carrying a banner reading: “De Blasio, our backs have turned to you.”
It is unknown if Ramos signed the petition, but according to his Facebook page, The Daily Caller reported, Ramos was critical of the massive anti-police protests that have happened regularly since Garner’s death, calling the action of a CUNY professor at a protest “disgusting.”
“Disgusting a professor that attacks police officers,” Ramos wrote.
The accused professor, Eric Linsker, allegedly hurled a garbage can at police during a protest on the Brooklyn Bridge. He was arrested for assault, among other charges. Ramos also “Liked” on Facebook the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association
I wish he couldn't breathe
It is up to the guy's family. Other cops should stay out of it. The families are going through enough. Turn yer backs on the douche, but don't make things harder on the grieving.
Do you know what are the family's wishes? Do you think it would matter to DeBlasio?
Do you know what the family wants? How the fuck is he going to speak at the funeral if the family tells him he can't? Stand outside and yell, like the God Hates Fags lunatics?
Any chance he'll jump up on the podiums and go all Charlton Heston screaming "You damn dirty apes!"?
You are the one who said it was up to the family, so I wondered if you knew their wishes.
It's a private affair so if they don't want him there I'm sure there will ge enough cops to
Shame on that giant oaf of a black-man wanna-be. Stay the fuck away, you self-promoting jerkoff.
No one wants you there. I hope you get booed so loud that no one can hear a word that comes out of your pasty white pie hole.
I have no clue. If he winds up speaking, then the family allowed it and everyone else should respect their wishes.
I wouldn't want him to speak, but I have also asked permission to throw family out of funerals, so I may not be the best judge.
I wonder if Dante has any friends...
I'd be embarrassed to ge seen with him.
Good lord woman! It is a funeral. Ya can't boo at a funeral. LOL!
Why is Bye You typing "be" as "ge" in her posts?
I suspect product placement.
Have you made a deal with General Electric? Is this some Stern nonsense going on?
He should be physically barred from attending...
THIS is what that banner over the Hudson should have said yesterday
The black genes are strong in that marriage
Note the sign: 1199 SEIU.
The High-Priced Union Rep Charged With Attacking a Cop
Robert Murray, an SEIU organizing coordinator, has been charged for Saturday night’s assault on police officers on the Brooklyn Bridge.
A protester who has been charged with assaulting a New York police officer was making six-figures working for one the country’s largest unions, The Daily Beast has learned.
Robert Murray, 43, of Crown Heights, Brooklyn, surrendered to police at Manhattan’s 5th Precinct Thursday morning.
According to a police spokesperson, Murray was charged with two felony counts of assaulting a police officer and three misdemeanors counts, one each of resisting arrest, inciting to riot, and obstruction of governmental administration. Murray has no prior arrests, the spokesman said. No date has been announced yet for Murray’s arraignment, where he will enter his plea and have an opportunity to contest the charges.
Murray worked as an organizing coordinator for 32BJ, a 145,000-member New York affiliate of the Service Employees International Union, known as SEIU, which has more than two million members nationally.