The Pittsburgh Chief of Police does something decent, you know, to show solidarity with the people his department serves. The union boss calls him in and… another city, another tail wagging the dog. Madness!
A city spokeswoman says Chief Cameron McLay requested the investigation after a meeting Wednesday with Fraternal Order of Police president Howard McQuillan. McLay has also closed his Twitter account.
McQuillan has said the sign painted city police as racists and violated the department’s social media policy.
Curated from thegrio.com