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Press Release: Cops Continue Salute to Medical Workers at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx
Dozens of PBA members turned out at Jamaica Hospital to cheer for and deliver food to the nurses, doctors and hospital staff who are with us on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Speaking to the media, Pat Lynch once again demanded adequate supplies of protective equipment for cops on the street. Stories appeared in the Daily News, Staten Island Advance, NY Post, ABC 7 News, New York 1 News, and CBS 2 News.
The Daily News reports that Bronx public defenders want a judge to release violent suspects over coronavirus fears. PBA President Patrick J. Lynch said: “The pro-criminal advocates are exploiting this pandemic to push their agenda to insane extremes. Anybody who pulls a gun on police officers has no business being put back on the street. Our city is in crisis and police officers have enough to worry about without running into the same vicious criminals we locked up months ago.”
Press Release: Police Officers Deliver Food to Frontline Medical Workers at Jamaica Hospital