Website has been removed for posting 9,300 photos of officers with bounties

Defund the Police

Mathew 24:12 And because lawlessness will be increased, the love of many will grow cold.

Important Takeaways:

  • A new low: Anti-cop group sued by LAPD for posting 9,300 photos of officers with bounties
  • Three Los Angeles police officers are suing the owner of, accusing him of publishing their photos on his website and putting out a “bounty” on them.
  • It is the first legal action stemming from the Los Angeles Police Department’s release of the names and photos of almost every sworn officer — more than 9,300 officers, including some who work undercover — as part of a public records request.
  • In a tweet mentioned in the lawsuit, Steven Sutcliffe, who posts under the handle @KillerCop1984, allegedly wrote, “Remember, #Rewards are double all year for #detectives and #female cops.” The tweet included an image of a monetary reward for killing an LAPD officer, the lawsuit says.
  • According to the suit, a later tweet allegedly included a link to a database of officer photos, along with the caption, “Clean head-shots on these #LAPD officers. A to Z.”

Read the original article by clicking here.

Leave a Reply