In O’Fallon the white chief had the good sense to march with protesters, calling what happened in Minneapolis an “embarrassment to our profession.” In the city, the black police chief was stunned at the fallout from 6 years of Democrat leadership and law enforcement refusing to accept accountability, ducking & dodging the issue and making matters worse..

In O'Fallon the white chief had the good sense to march with protesters, calling what happened in Minneapolis an "embarrassment to our profession." In the city, the black police chief was stunned at the fallout from 6 years of Democrat leadership and law enforcement refusing to accept accountability, ducking & dodging the issue and making matters worse..

Photos: Protest organized in O'Fallon, Mo., draws hundreds of protesters

O'Fallon police chief Tim Clothier, center, marches arm and arm with Ryan Staples, to his left, and Jalen Thompson, to his right, at the front of a march for George
Back to Top
Back to Top
Close Zoom
error: Content is protected !!