CHIEF DAVID BROWN. HIS SON IS A COP KILLER.
In 2010 shitstain Dallas police chief David Brown, hailed nationally as a hero in terms of responding to Thursday night’s mass shooting of white cops by a white-hating Negro, ordered a police escort for his son’s funeral.
His son was dead because he killed a cop and a bystander.
Dallas cops were pissed. Who could blame them for being forced to honor a cop killer.
Dallas News Crime Blog
The virulent eruption surrounding the decision to order an apparent last-minute escort Friday for the funeral procession of a cop-killer, who is the son of Dallas’ police chief, shows no sign of abating.
Since word leaked Friday afternoon about the order made by Dallas police Deputy Chief Julian Bernal, I have been inundated by outraged phone calls, emails and text messages from current and retired Dallas police officers.
The general sentiment is that it dishonored the memory of slain Lancaster police Officer Craig Shaw and the innocent bystander who were killed by Brown Jr. in a Father’s Day shootout.
On Undergroundcop.com, a private message board for Dallas police officers, they are saying that a protest march is being scheduled for 8 a.m. Monday in front of Police Headquarters. There is also word on the the site that a meeting has been scheduled for 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Dallas Police Association’s Headquarters, and that City Manager Mary Suhm is invited.
In my eight years of covering the Dallas Police Department, I have never witnessed officers more upset about a decision made by a member of the command staff. Even officers that I would normally consider mild-mannered and even-keeled are up in arms.
“While I feel for Chief Brown, this is the first time … that I felt ashamed to put on the uniform,” one veteran supervisor wrote in a text message. “I kept thinking of all those across the country who have grieved an officer killed in the line of duty.”
The story has even gone national with my original blog post even getting a mention on the Drudge Report. That post already has generated more than 550 comments, and the number keeps climbing. Many of those have opposed Bernal’s decision.
“I am DPD and I am ashamed,” one commenter wrote.
Here’s the reason for their visceral reaction: Historically, escorts have been reserved for officers who die in the line of duty, active duty or retired officers who die and other dignitaries. In other words, it’s for someone who dies under honorable circumstances.
That’s why they see it is as such an unpardonable sin that a cop-killer would receive what they consider a high honor.
They aren’t accepting explanations from Bernal that this was a matter of public safety.
One police association president said that’s because officers know that funeral processions come down Dallas’ busy highways every day and rarely, if ever, receive any kind of help when they encounter traffic snarls.
Officers have said that 10 to 12 motorcycles and at least one squad car ended up helping out with the Brown Jr. escort.
What’s more, officers want to know if anyone else from the command staff — including second-in-command First Assistant Chief Charlie Cato and Chief Brown himself — were aware of what was happening as the procession proceeded down Central Expressway to C.F. Hawn Freeway and then to the cemetery in Pleasant Grove?
Is this bizarre? Don’t forget what the national media aren’t saying about their dindu hero Brown, which is that Dallas police have been quitting the force in droves. I vaguely recall seeing a headline earlier this week about 40 or 50 Dallas police resignations in recent weeks.
Is it possible that David Brown sent his white men out to protect BLM protesters knowing that they were going to be shot? None of them were wearing body armour because David Brown allegedly ordered them onto the streets without it.
David Brown may have finally gotten his revenge for the death of his son.
According to Wikipedia, Brown is a “reformer,” which means a liberal who views white racism as a major problem within the ranks of the police.
Not to get too far out in front on this, but the mass murder of white police officers in Dallas has the stench of a set up, one arranged by David Brown.