“Deader Than Roadkill” — Cops Sing and Celebrate Death of Michael Brown

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GLENDALE — A shocking video has surfaced online showing a police event at a lodge during which police and their families can be heard singing and celebrating the shooting death of Michael Brown.

After two NYPD officers were shot, the mass media promulgated a narrative according to which the whole nation is mourning.

But what is largely ignored is the fact that officers often laugh, sing, and celebrate the deaths of Americans.

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In a recent case, Officers wore “I can breathe” shirts, mocking the last words of a dying father, Eric Garner.

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The words “I can’t breathe” are not just a slogan. They were literally the last words of a dying man.

Cops and their loyal statist supporters paraded around the streets of New York City in t-shirts that ridiculed Eric Garner’s memory.

We guess these cops would also look Eric Garner’s six children in the face and laugh at how they will now grow up without a father.

In the latest case of cops gloating about the people they kill, TMZ has released a video showing multiple officers, both active and retired, being entertained by a song which celebrates the death of Michael Brown, referring to him as worse than “king kong,” and “deader than a roadkill dog.”

The celebration took place at the Elks Lodge in Glendale, CA, according to reports.

Laughter and chuckling can be heard throughout the video.

At one point the song boasts that Michael Brown’s brain “was splattered” by the officer, as an audience of loyal statists can be seen entranced by the rhythm and the dazzling lights.

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