Tuesday, January 3, 2017
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS: Ex-Chicago top cop Garry McCarthy blames Black Lives Matter for skyrocketing Negro murder rates
Garry McCarthy — who served as the superintendent of the Chicago Police Department for over four years before getting fired in 2015 — went on "The Cats Roundtable" radio show on New Year's Day and accused police brutality protesters of creating a "political atmosphere of anti-police sentiment."
"So what's happening, and this is ironic, is that a movement with the goal of saving black lives at this point is getting black lives taken, because 80 percent of our murder victims here in Chicago are male blacks," said McCarthy, a Bronx native who served as the NYPD's deputy commissioner of operations before eventually moving over to Chicago.
Rather than spotlighting an issue, McCarthy claimed Black Lives Matter is encouraging young people to not comply with police.
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