SAY MY NAME.
I was killed on a Wednesday morning, while responding to a routine disabled vehicle call on the side of Interstate 95 in Martin County. I was murdered by a male who did not want to pay a tow bill for his disabled vehicle that was facing sideways in the grass, a vehicle that 911 kept getting calls for that looked like a vehicle accident.
I didn’t have the opportunity to defend myself in any manner. My killer approached me as I sat in my squad car, lights on, engine running, and pulled the trigger. He tried to leave me for dead but luckily, there were passing motorists who witnessed this and stopped to help me.
I was a veteran and I survived 4 years of serving in the Air Force. I did not, however, survive serving those in my own community. I was senselessly taken from my mom, my dad, my two sisters, my nieces, my nephew, my girlfriend, my friends, my co-workers and so many more. Now my family and blue family are left with empty broken hearts and lives changed forevermore.
On Monday, I would've been celebrating my 43rd birthday with the people I love, but that male took that opportunity away from me.
My name is Joseph Jon Bullock and I was a 19 year state trooper with the Florida Highway Patrol , and my life mattered!
#SayHisName #AllLivesMatter #BlueLivesMatter
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Immediately following the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, NYPD Detective
was assigned to work at the Fresh Kills Landfill in Staten Island. (That was the name long before 911.)
Debris from the World Trade Center was transported there and Jen and her colleagues were tasked with carefully processing the crime scene debris. They were given masks that were later found to be faulty; the wrong size filters rendered them useless. Jen was exposed to the worst of the worst as she did the horrible work of searching for body parts, personal possessions and evidence among the debris.
and I interviewed Jennifer in New York several weeks after 911. Once we came to know her kindness and her truly tender spirit (under that tough NY cop exterior), we realized just how devastating the work must have been for her.
For years before 911, Jennifer dealt with crimes against children; she quietly and consistently demonstrated a fierce commitment to protecting kids and she said she sometimes felt more like a social worker than a cop.
Jen always seemed to disappear when the cameras came out. I had to search and search to find a singular photo of Jen, at the Oakland airport at the end of a weeklong adventure in California with the women at ground zero.
Jennifer avoided the spotlight at all costs. But I want to shine a light on her today. Jen is in Long Island Jewish Hospital, suffering the end stages of cancer. Like too many of her colleagues, Jen is paying for her dedication and heroism with her life.
Jennifer has never asked for glory. But she deserves it.
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