Pat Lynch speaks at Jamaica Hospital after two 105 Pct. members were shot and injured while trying to help a domestic violence victim.
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Pat Lynch speaks at Jamaica Hospital after two 105 Pct. members were shot and injured while trying to help a domestic violence victim. Watch video of his remarks.
In an op-ed in the Empire Report, Pat Lynch calls for moderate Democrats to stand up, say no, and vote no to bad public safety policies and their deafening silence while police officers were being attacked and demonized.
Articles in the NY Post, Daily News, Newsday, and the Gothamist and reports on ABC 7 News, PIX 11 News, and Fox 5 News quote the PBA president: "Police officers know that we cannot single-handedly solve our city's mental health disaster, but this plan will not do that, either," PBA President Patrick J. Lynch said in a statement. "It will undoubtedly put our already overtaxed EMS colleagues in dangerous situations without police support.”