2 Heroic Police Officers Showcase All That Is Good About LEGAL Immigration
...and sadly, everything wrong with ILLEGAL immigration.
With nothing more than his nightstick, New York Police Department Officer Syed Ali fends off an attack by half a dozen reportedly drunken men in a subway station the night before Christmas Eve.
The video posted to Twitter by user MAADY has been viewed millions of times.
“1 COP DEADASS BATTLING AGAINST AN ARMY OF CRACKHEADS,” he posted as the description. Reports indicate the men were intoxicated.
The officer was identified by New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio as Ali. He’s a Muslim-American police officer and a US Army combat veteran.
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Sad: One of the vagrants who attacked #nypd officer Syed Ali - Eliseo Alvarez Santos- had 2 ICE detainers & was arrested several times, including once for forceable touching. De Blasios policy of not complying w Federal law enforcement is endangering all of us. Hat tip @davidwebbshow
I call Bravo Sierra- They were shamed by a video. They knew damn well this officer was attacked.
Corporal Ronil Singh was shot and killed during a traffic stop in Newman, California early in the morning on December 26, 2018. The shooting happened at the intersection of Merced Street and Eucalyptus Avenue. Newman is located in Stanislaus County in central California, east of San Jose.
Corporal Ronil Singh, 33, was proud to be a police officer. His colleagues described Singh, who moved to the United States from Fiji, as a “true American patriot.”
Singh came to the United States and was excited to become a police officer.
The Indian Officers' Society at the NYPD expressed sadness at Singh's death, tweeting that Singh was killed in the line of duty and recalled his service to the community.
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