Wall Street Journal
Updated Jan. 4, 2015
7:51 p.m. ET


Photos of Wake and Funeral of P.O. Wenjian Liu

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Some police officers turn their backs in sign of disrespect as Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks during the funeral of New York City police officer Wenjian Liu.
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Police officers line the streets before the funeral on Sunday.
 
A painting with the likeness of Officer Wenjian Liu is displayed before funeral services for him.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio, center, and his wife, Chirlane McCray, arrive at the funeral.
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Newark police officers arrive ahead of the funeral.
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Former police officer John Manganor holds a sign of support for officers.
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Signs were posted in support of police in front of the funeral home.
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A police officer saluted as New York Mayor Bill de Blasio walked in to attend a wake on Saturday for Officer Wenjian Liu at the Aievoli Funeral Home in Brooklyn.
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Mourners took part in a candlelight vigil for Officer Wenjian Liu in Chinatown on Saturday night.
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An officer cries as she leaves Mr. Liu's wake.
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Police officers gathered at the funeral home before the viewing for Officer Wenjian Liu.
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Police from the 84th Precinct arrived for Officer Wenjian Liu’s wake. His partner, Officer Rafael Ramos, was buried a week ago. Both men were promoted posthumously to the rank of detective.
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, center, flanked by Police Commissioner Bill Bratton, right, and First Deputy Commissioner Benjamin Tucker, arrive at Officer Wenjian Liu’s wake.
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Andrew Cuomo leaves the wake for Officer Wenjian Liu.
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Mourners included New Yorkers as well as relatives of Officer Wenjian Liu from his native China.
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Police arrived at the funeral home where the wake for slain Officer Wenjian Liu was held on Saturday in Brooklyn. Mr. Liu and his partner, Officer Rafael Ramos, were killed in their patrol car by a gunman on Dec. 20.
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A woman shows support for the New York Police Department.

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