NPDF DENOUNCES CAPITAL BUILDING PAINTING

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YOU  WOULDN’T CALL  A COP WHO PUBLICLY FORGAVE THE KID
WHO SHOT AND PARALYZED HIM A “PIG!”  BUT SOME HAVE!
The National Police Defense Foundation denounces members of Congress who supported the displaying in the Capital building of a painting of cops depicted as pigs in the act of shooting African-Americans protesting on the streets of America.  NPDF Executive Director Joe Occhipinti was alerted to this public outrage as Congressmen Dana Rohrabacher and Duncan Hunter personally removed the painting on 2 separate occasions, after which the painting was re-hung.  poster

National Police Defense Foundation Executive Director Joe Occhipinti, the Reverend Betty Neal, Executive Director of Ministers of Harlem, USA, and Detective Steven McDonald at an event in 2000.

NYPD Detective Steven McDonald, who forgave the Harlem kid who shot him 3 times in 1986, was a strong supporter of the Police Foundation since it’s inception 21 years ago. Once confined to a wheelchair, McDonald traveled to Northern Ireland, Bosnia, and Israel, to preach his Gospel of non-violence.

 Detective McDonald’s son Conor follows the example of his father and grand-father by risking his life on a daily basis on the streets of America as a Police Officer.

 

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