Maybe it’s time for cops to start refusing to “police” that neighborhood.
The good news? The little fucker was forced to apologize when the landlord showed up and threatened to throw him and his verminous family out of the apartment.
Commissioner O’Neill, speaking during the funeral of NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia, touched the heart of what many officers are feeling who are in the line of duty by saying: ‘Where are the demonstrations for this single mom…why is there no outrage?’
Taking aim at protesters and the media for what he sees as too much criticism of officers, O’Neill said Familia’s death ‘should remind everybody that the civility of our city rests on a knife’s edge’.
Officer Miosotis was ambushed and fatally shot by self proclaimed cop hater while she was sitting in her patrol car in the Bronx.
Meanwhile outside the funeral a Bronx teen blasted the NWA song F*** Tha Police on repeat from his apartment window on Tuesday as police were gathered below to mourn slain cop Miosotis Familia.
The teen defiantly blasted the song out his third-floor apartment window prompting a house call from about 20 officers. Julien Rodriguez, 16, said it was ‘satisfying’ to play the song from his apartment just above the funeral saying his brother and friend were unjustifiably killed by cops.
‘Since they did not show respect for my brother and my friend, why should I show respect to them?’ Rodriguez told the New York Post.
One officer even tried speaking Spanish to the teen explaining he understood growing up Latino in the city. The teen eventually apologized, but said it was only because his landlord threatened to toss him and his family out.
‘I apologized because it was between the house and apologizing,’ he said. Cops at the funeral were infuriated by the show of disrespect. ‘This is the s–t we face every day,’ a police source griped.
A man who identified himself as the apartment’s owner said he was going to through the family out. ‘I left my job, came to the apartment, and told them they have to get out of there,’ said the man, who only gave the name Jesus and said he had been allowing the siblings to stay there for the week. ‘I’ve got a deep respect for all the police — I didn’t know they would do something like that.’