Black Officer: Fellow Cops Talked About Killing BLM Protesters

white superiors (in the Maryland-National Capital Park Police) expressed a desire to kill Black Lives Matter protestors
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A federal lawsuit filed Monday morning by a Black police officer claims his white superiors (in the Maryland-National Capital Park Police) expressed a desire to kill Black Lives Matter protestors in a group text chain.

As reported by NBC News, Officer Mark Miles in Montgomery County, Maryland also accused his former supervisor Sgt. Stephanie Harvey, who is named as a defendant in the suit, of making racist comments toward him after he was transferred to Harvey’s “Shift 5” division in spring 2020, claiming she often referred to him as “colored” in front of his colleagues.

“Harvey and other officers repeatedly made racist, hateful and offensive comments on that text chain with impunity,” the suit reads. “These comments included racial and other offensive ‘jokes,’ condoning ‘civil war’ or ‘race war’ and extremist militia groups, and overt threats of violence against African American citizens.”

The lawsuit also accuses a white supervisor of texting “they want a race war…ok lets go.” Harvey reportedly “talked about murdering Black Lives Matter protesters,” and often asked Miles if he would be on the side of the police during a race war. Read more.

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