Clean Up BPPA

a campaign to remove offensive rhetoric from the Pax Centurion newsletter

Boston Globe letter: “Good cops need to speak against bias”

I AGREE that unprejudiced police officers in Boston must speak up and complain about the rhetoric of disdain that has been found in its pages of their union newsletter (“Scowling at the public,” Editorial, July 7).

I know many good, caring, respectful police officers. I argue with them that not all of their kin are as unprejudiced in their actions as the “good cops.” But they see only through their own eyes, and not that of their less accepting kin.

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This entry was posted on 07/12/2012 by in media.

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