WATCH: Three members of the NYPD are viciously attacked and bloodied at Brooklyn Bridge


It’s open season on the NYPD. Even the NYPD’s Chief of Department Terrence Monahan was not spared from a vicious beating at the Brooklyn Bridge. That is because New York City’s thugs know that their pro-criminal mayor will always support and side with them. Mayor Bill de Blasio must be removed from office.

The Democrats think they can beat and bloody their way to a November win like an organized crime syndicate.

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Top NYPD Cop Among Officers Hurt in Bloody Brooklyn Bridge Scuffle With Protesters

  • NYPD Chief of Department Terrence Monahan was among the officers hurt in a bloody scuffle with protesters on the Brooklyn Bridge
  • Monahan sprained his pinky finger; other officers were taken to the hospital for stitches
  • 36 protesters were arrested after the violence; charges weren’t immediately available

By NBC New York, July 15, 2020

The top uniformed police officer in the NYPD said he was among three cops hurt in a scuffle with protesters on the Brooklyn Bridge Wednesday morning.

Chief of Department Terrence Monahan said he sprained his pinky finger and got cut during the altercation on the Manhattan side of the bridge. Two other officers, a sergeant and a lieutenant, were taken to the hospital to get stitches.

Thirty-six people were arrested, according to the NYPD. Most appear to have been involved in the Occupy City Hall demonstrations; none arrested were part of the “Stop the Violence” rallies calling for an end to gun crimes in the city.

It’s not immediately clear what led to the violence, but video posted to the NYPD’s Twitter account shows a group of officers attempting to detain a man on the roadway. A group of protesters stand near the fencing on the walkway above, and a man with what appears to be either a cane or a pipe runs up and whacks the officers twice.

“This is not peaceful protest, this will not be tolerated,” the department said in the tweet.

Other images posted to the department’s Twitter account show three officers bleeding from their heads. It’s not clear how they sustained their injuries.


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