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Police Haters Taunt Officers At Scene Of Line-Of-Duty Shooting That Killed Female Rookie

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Several bystanders taunted Sacramento police officers Wednesday as they worked near the scene of a line-of-duty shooting that took the life of a female rookie.

Jay McDonald, Vice President of the National Fraternal Order of Police, issued a statement about the incident Friday:

“While her family and her brother and sister officers were just learning of Officer Tara OSullivans tragic death, police haters in Sacramento made numerous comments celebrating Officer OSullivans murder and disparaging police,” it read in part. (RELATED: Ronil Singhs Widow Breaks Down As She Thanks Trump For Reaching Out)

“While her family and her brother and sister officers were just learning of Officer Tara OSullivans tragic death, police haters in Sacramento made numerous comments celebrating Officer OSullivans murder and disparaging police.” — @jmcdonaldohfop, FOP Vice President pic.twitter.com/NvsWA5y4cW

— National FOP (@GLFOP) June 21, 2019

Video from the scene surfaced Thursday and showed several bystanders heckling police officers as they marked off a perimeter and attempted to carry on with their duties.

VIDEO: Sacramento Police (@SacPolice) taunted by gawkers near the scene of a shooting that injured one of their fellow officers on Wednesday pic.twitter.com/Ea4VERvdV6

— Matthew Keys (@MatthewKeysLive) June 20, 2019

“Get your s**t in order, get it together,” one unidentified woman yelled. Another added, “Mark your line, we wont cross it,” as officers unrolled police tape. One woman called the officers “punks,” “bastards,” and “cowards.”

Other comments included: “The only people we need to be safe from is you,” and, “Whatever officer gettin shot need to be. Yall all need to be. Yall all need to be.”

Twitter has a hard 2.5 minutes limit on video uploads. Watch the full video (actually two videos combined into one), which runs more than 25 minutes, at the link: https://t.co/3mTQbroNez

— Matthew Keys (@MatthewKeysLive) June 21, 2019

Tara OSullivan, 26, was shot when she responded to a domestic violence call that turned into an eight-hour standoff. Her Read More – Source