At least that’s what his press secretary said.
He was just funnin’ when he suggested police officers shouldn’t help suspects after they cuff their hands behind their backs. If prisoners slice their heads open while being loaded into police vans, he chuckled, well they probably deserve it.
Police forces around the country weren’t laughing. They immediately condemned Trump’s remarks. (The Boy Scouts of America was forced to apologize for his comments just a week earlier.)
The president’s speech didn’t do our men and women in blue any favors. His words feed the mistrust that puts them and the public at greater risk. A law enforcement community that honors its oath to serve and protect is one or our nation’s greatest strengths.
— The ‘poster boys’ took a break from summer vacation to hijack billboards across the country.
— They identified locations around police stations with a honing algorithm they ‘borrowed’ from Uber and Lyft.
— This digital message will appear in mostly urban areas between the time of 9:17:02:01 a.m. and 10:17:02:01 a.m, EDT..
— You’ll win $100 ($500 for law enforcement officers) if you are one of the first ten to submit a GPS embedded jpg