Onlookers wish death on officers after fatal shootout on Staten Island

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From NY Post: Onlookers pelted police with profanities and death wishes shortly after officers killed a career criminal in wild a shootout that left a cop with a bullet in her hand.

“Suck my d–k!” bellowed one man at a police cordon for about two consecutive minutes along the Clifton street, where the officer was struck on the left hand around 8:45 a.m. “Everybody behind that line can suck my d–k!”

Much of the invective came from a group of 14 people restricted to the driveway of one Prince Street home while cops painstakingly processed the scene where the Finest was wounded and gunman Gregory Edwards was shot dead.

Edwards — a 39-year-old convicted felon with 16 arrests, including three for weapons possession — was approached by cops as a suspect in a domestic assault, and responded by trying to flee, according to authorities.

Cops zapped Edwards with a Taser, but it didn’t take, and he began his fatal exchange of fire with the officers, sending police racing to the scene — though they were hardly welcome.

“Get the f–k out of here!” screamed one person, amid what was still a very active investigation of the shoot-out.

“All of y’all can die!” shouted another at cops from the 120th Precinct — the command where Eric Garner died in a fatal 2014 struggle with police, sparking a political powder keg. “I hope that happens.”

Department insiders said that the vulgar display speaks to a growing hatred of cops on city streets.

“You hear this more and more,” said one police source. “The public just has no respect for cops. All they want to do is fight cops. It never used to be that way.”

A second source charged that the public has taken their cue from City Hall, which has frequently been at odds with the NYPD under Mayor Bill de Blasio.

NYPD turn their backs on de Blasio/NY Post photo

“It all started with de Blasio. He’s the one to blame for the way the public treats cops,” said the insider, pointing to the 2014 ambush slayings of Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos in Brooklyn.

“I’m glad I’m near the end of my service,” said the source, who is close to retiring from the department. “And I’m also glad my son decided not to become a cop.”

A third source said that the scene should hardly shock the senses. “Are you surprised?” asked the source. “Somebody’s shooting at a police officer and nobody cares. They’re more concerned about the perp than the cop who’s there to protect them. You call the police to do a job, a cop gets shot, but they’re upset that a guy who was shooting a cop is dead.”

See also:

Cop-hating mob at Brooklyn housing project injures three NYPD officers
The party of violence: Demorats oppose bill to make water attacks on cops a felony
Teen who blasted “f*ck tha police” at NYPD funeral booted from apartment

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Watertender
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Watertender

Just remember…. Black Live Matter… Only when shot by the Police. One less career criminal to take up space in a prison. However the family will sue and some lawyer will be glad to take on the case. The NYPD should charge the family for the ammo used to put the fucker out of his misery….

Jack Boots
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Jack Boots

“The NYPD should charge the family for the ammo used to put the fucker out of his misery….”

That is what they do in China, amirite, comrade? How do those jack boots taste?

Scant details on what constituted the 16 arrests. Victimless crimes? Man lives in a dangerous neighborhood and should be able to defend himself.

Watertender
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Watertender

Have you actually ever dealt with the criminal element? The guy was arrested 16 times with 3 for weapons possession. He was being arrested for assault in a domestic situation. He was tasered and then fired at officers when the taser did not stop him. He did State time for Felony Weapons Possession and was returned on a parole violation. There is a difference in being able to defend yourself and being a menace. Are you sure Boots follows Jack in your ID? I am thinking more like OFF…

Alma
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Alma

May the onlookers suffer the same fate as the career criminal, so that the injured officer is redeemed from his/her pain.

Will Ford
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Will Ford

nottun bu a IGNORANT MONGREL LOUDMOUTH “HO”!

Leo Smith
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Leo Smith

Just shoot them..

D3F1ANT
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D3F1ANT

Cops are nuts for going to those areas. You’d have to be nuts to be a cop in Deblasio’s NYC anyway. Or Philadelphia. Or Chicago. Or Baltimore. Or any of the Democrat strongholds where the CRIMINALS run the city (I’m referring to the city government, not the throngs of violent street thug predators).

Steven Broiles
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These people are primal and they know it, and they don’t want to give up their tribalism because they don’t want the tribe turning on them. This is because they are submoronic.

They will side with criminals every time. Yes, they are that damned stupid.