Have you ever wondered what would have happened if police officers had not shot suspects who were threatening them physically?
The probability is high that those officers would have been the ones that wound up in body bags. While “activists” and “protestors” like the New Black Panthers and Black Lives Matter fuel hatred against police officers, there’s a very real danger growing on the streets of America. Tension between police officers and gangs have never been higher.
In response to the fatal police shooting of Paul O’Neal, leaders of three West Side gangs allegedly met sometime last week to discuss their plans to shoot Chicago police officers. The meeting took place between the Vice Lords, Black Disciples and Four Corner Hustlers, who “provided guns” and have “a sniper in place.” According to sources, police officers in that district have been told to “limit interactions and visibility.”
And all of this is thanks to the racial divide that both President Obama and Hillary Clinton have been fueling.
The three gangs planning the shooting are located in the Austin and Harrison districts, which make up a majority of the West Side. While the department spokesperson for the Chicago police Department wouldn’t give any details for security reasons, Dean Angelo of the Fraternal Order of Police had plenty to say.
Dean Angelo, president of Lodge 7 of the Fraternal Order of Police, said “rhetoric” from the attorney representing Paul O’Neal’s family and statements from Independent Police Review Authority head Sharon Fairley were both to blame for threats against police.
“We had inflammatory and false rhetoric coming from [Michael Oppenheimer] and statements that weren’t true,” Angelo said. “You also have a lead investigator in police-involved deaths talking about how shocking and disturbing this is.”
“This should not surprise anyone that we have this type of antagonistic and threatening behavior towards police officers,” Angelo added.
The alleged agreement comes in response to the fatal shooting of Paul O’Neal, who allegedly stole a Jaguar from Bolingbrook. Police are becoming more on edge these days, with the growing tension between them and the communities they serve, not only being fueled by the government, but also encouraged. Why? That’s the question that people should be asking.
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