Obama Sent 3 Officials to Criminal Freddie Gray’s Funeral – No One to NYPD Officer Brian Moore’s Funeral
Officer Brian Moore’s funeral is this morning in New York City.
Moore was shot in the head by a felon.
Mobile monitor w/ slain officer #BrianMoore’s photo just arrived for his funeral service. Only 25 years old.
Obama sent three White House officials to criminal Freddie Gray’s funeral.
How many should we expect for decorated Officer Moore’s, murdered by a criminal?
The White House sent Cabinet Secretary Broderick Johnson, chair of the Obama administration’s My Brother’s Keeper Task Force; Heather Foster, an adviser in the White House Office of Public Engagement; and Elias Alcantara from the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs.
Gray also had a history of run-ins with the law. According to court documents CNN obtained, there were more than 20 criminal court cases in Maryland against Gray, and five of those cases were still active at the time of his death.
The Obama White House sent three officials to robber Michael Brown‘s funeral in Ferguson.
But the White House did not send any officials to Officer Brian Moore’s funeral today.
New York 1 reported:
Funeral services are planned for later this morning for the NYPD officer shot and killed last weekend in Queens.
Mourners will gather at 11 a.m. at the St. James Roman Catholic Church in Seaford.
Thousands came out for Brian Moore’s wake yesterday on Long Island, including members of the community and police officers from across the country.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Governor Andrew Cuomo were also there.
Moore’s commanding officer at the 105th precinct in Queens says Moore was a true hero.
“He was every commanding officer’s dream. If I had an army of Brian Moores, there’d be no crime in the city,” said Deputy Inspector Mike Coyle of the NYPD. “He could walk into a room, and his smile would turn your day around if you were having a bad day. A real crime fighter, a true believer, a heart of gold.”
Moore is a decorated officer with four medals and over 150 arrests to his name.
His father and uncle are both on the force as well.
— Colleen Meredith (@coll_conn) May 5, 2015