Cubs fan escorted from game for sign honoring fallen female officer.
29-year-old Chicago Police Officer Ella French was shot dead in the line of duty during a traffic stop last week. She was back from maternity leave when she was killed. She was the first female officer shot on the job in 33 years.
Police Officer Ella French
End of Watch: August 7, 2021
We will #NeverForget the true bravery she exemplified as she laid her life down to protect others.
Please hold her family, loved ones and fellow Chicago Police officers in your thoughts as we grieve the loss of this hero. pic.twitter.com/kEUlNTv0Z4
— Chicago Police (@Chicago_Police) August 8, 2021
— DetectivePat (@DetectivePat) August 9, 2021
Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik weighed in.
So, someone holds up assign in honor of a Chicago police officer shot and killed in the line of duty, and they’re escorted out of the stadium. But people can hold up signs, and players can wear shirts supporting #blacklivesmatter, and no one says a word. pic.twitter.com/G72K5GgZTm
— Bernard B. Kerik (@BernardKerik) August 9, 2021
Honoring fallen cops is not allowed?
WTH. Disturbing that MLB would allow this gentleman to be escorted out pic.twitter.com/L9PMUlXQaW
— Dan Mack (@DanMack62) August 9, 2021
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