December 19, 2014

SEIU Violence

Google "SEIU violence" and settle down with some popcorn.


Surprise, Surrise. The first arrest in the beating of two NYPD Lieutenants is a big shot for the SEIU. Of course he is a union (community) organizer.

 I imagine I am channeling every cop in the country when I say, "I'd love to see how tough this guy is when there isn't a mob backing him up. Just give me a minute alone with him, that's all I ask."
One “alleged” cop-beater down, six to go.

An organizer at the city’s largest union surrendered to cops Thursday and was charged with busting an NYPD lieutenant’s nose during a videotaped mob attack on the Brooklyn Bridge.

Crown Heights resident Rob Murray, 43 — who makes more than $105,000 a year with the Service Employees International Union — turned himself in at the 5th Precinct station house in Chinatown with his lawyer around 8 a.m.
Five individuals are still wanted in this assault.

Scratch the surface of SEIU and you'll have to scrape the thug from underneath your fingernails.

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