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Worcester Sheriff Evangelidis Calls for Warren to Apologize for Comments on Law Enforcement

Monday, August 13, 2018

 

Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis

Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis is calling on Senator Elizabeth Warren to apologize for her comments about the law enforcement community.

While speaking at Dillard University in New Orleans on August 3, Warren said the “country’s criminal justice system is racist front to back.”

Evangelidis released the following statement:

"Elizabeth Warren should apologize to the law enforcement community immediately. Our law enforcement officials work hard every day to serve and protect our citizens and our communities. These shameful remarks will do nothing but create further division in our country and endanger the hardworking men and women in law enforcement. I’ve endorsed Warren’s opponent – John Kingston – precisely because he knows how dedicated and important our law enforcement officers are.”

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Kingston also released a statement:    

“Recently, two Massachusetts police officers were killed and two others were injured in the line of duty. Now – more than ever – our elected officials must support our men and women in uniform. Elizabeth Warren owes our officers an apology for her outrageous remarks. When you campaign on the politics of hate and division like Warren, only bad can come from it.”

 

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