Staten Island Advance
updated January 03, 2015 at 5:13 PM


Police officers from across the country attend wake for Wenjian Liu in Brooklyn — Photos

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Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner William Bratton shake hands as the mayor leaves the wake of slain Officer Wenjian Liu on Saturday.
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Calvin Hunt, of Harlem, and his two children show their support for Liu outside of his wake in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn on Saturday.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner William Bratton head to the wake held for slain NYPD Officer Wenjian Liu in Dyker Heights on Saturday.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner William Bratton head to the wake held for slain NYPD Officer Wenjian Liu in Dyker Heights on Saturday.
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NYPD officers from Wenjian Liu's 84th precinct leave Liu's wake in Dyker Heights on Saturday. 
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NYPD Police Commissioner William Bratton waits to enter the wake held for slain Officer Wenjian Liu in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn.
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Mourners leave the wake of slain NYPD officer Wenjian Liu on Saturday.
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NYPD officers line up outside the Aievoli Funeral Home in Dyker Heights for slain Officer Wenjian Liu on Saturday.
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NYPD officers line up to enter the wake for Wenjian Liu on Dyker Heights on Saturday.
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Officers keep watch on top of a building behind the Aievoli Funeral home in Dyker Heights during the wake of slain NYPD officer Wenjian Liu.
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Mourners leave the wake for slain NYPD officer Wenjian Liu on Saturday in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn.
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Mourners leave the wake for slain NYPD officer Wenjian Liu on Saturday in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn.
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Police officers from as far away as Los Angeles attended the wake for slain NYPD officer Wenjian Liu in Dyker Heights on Saturday.
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NYPD officers pass by blue ribbons of support tied to a gate outside Catholic Immigration Office on 65th Street in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, during the wake for Liu on Saturday.
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LAPD Officer Hannu Tarjamo traveled to New York with 20 fellow LAPD officers to show support for Liu on Saturday. He said the police assasinations of Liu and Rafael Ramos hit home. 
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Luda Kaplan, 67, shows her support for the NYPD at the wake for slain Officer Wenjian Liu on Saturday in Dyker Heights.
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An eight-car motorcade of Cherokee County sheriffs, from Georgia, arrive at slain NYPD officer Wenjian Liu's wake on Saturday.
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Dozens of signs supporting the NYPD and slain Officer Wenjian Liu are hung along the 1200 block of 65th Street in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, during the wake for Liu on Saturday.
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Dozens of signs supporting the NYPD and slain Officer Wenjian Liu are hung along the 1200 block of 65th Street in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, during the wake for Liu on Saturday.
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Blue ribbons are tied on along a fence outside of the Catholic Immigration Office on 65th Street in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, during the wake for Liu on Saturday. 
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Dozens of signs supporting the NYPD and slain Officer Wenjian Liu are hung along the 1200 block of 65th Street in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, during the wake for Liu on Saturday.
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NYPD officers at the funeral home.
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Dozens of signs supporting the NYPD and slain Officer Wenjian Liu are hung along the 1200 block of 65th Street in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, during the wake for Liu on Saturday.
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Dozens of signs supporting the NYPD and slain Officer Wenjian Liu are hung along the 1200 block of 65th Street in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, during the wake for Liu on Saturday.
 
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