De Blasio Aides Ask City Council To Speak Out Against NYPD Officers
By: AWR Hawkins

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Outraged officers, who felt abandoned by their own mayor, circled the wagons to protect themselves. On December 29–while NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio  was working to set up a meeting with police union leaders to ubiquitously make amends–his aides were placing phone calls to New York City Council members asking them “to blast Patrolman’s Benevolent Association head Pat Lynch and officer officers” over the open disdain demonstrated toward de Blasio after the executions of NYPD officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos.

The aides were particularly outraged over the number of NYPD officers who turned their backs to de Blasio at police funeral services.

According to, an unnamed city lawmaker said: “City Hall wanted me to blast the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association for turning their backs to him. They called up Monday, said they were calling all of us, and that it was our obligation to stand up defending the mayor.”

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