Monday, March 1, 2021
Monday, March 1, 2021

LISTEN as NYPD Tells Cop to RAM and SHOOT Protesters, Sgt. Flips: ‘Don’t Put That Over the Air’

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NYPD told one of its officers to run over a group of protesters or get out and shoot them if they didn’t get out of his way, according to audio obtained by TMZ.

The audio first surfaced on TMZ. The outlet reported as protesters marched toward the 77th Precinct in Brooklyn, you could hear someone on the scanner calling in to describe the scene before another voice urges cops to, “Shoot those motherf*****s.”

As Your Content readers know, Minneapolis killer cop Derek Chauvin was arrested and charged for the execution of George Floyd.


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