Who will stand up for the police who risk their lives every day in some of the most crime-ridden neighborhoods in our country?
A young officer is murdered and the PC culture gives air time to a vile relative of the murderer. One reporter spoke the truth and paid for it with his job and possibly his career.
Melvin Santiago, a young rookie cop, was murdered for doing nothing more than trying to protect the people in Jersey City. Inspired by an uncle, he always dreamed of being a police officer. The 23-year old was only on the job for seven months when he was killed in the district where he asked to serve – the city’s toughest area.
Santiago responded to an armed robbery at the 24-hour drugstore when Lawrence Campbell unleashed a barrage of bullets, leaving 13 holes across the patrol car’s windshield. The killer lured them into a trap to kill them.
Santiago, 23, was shot in the head.
His partner dodged the bullets and returned fire, killing Campbell.
The Bloods have vowed to kill more Jersey City cops to avenge the thug the police shot dead this week after he executed the officer, according to The Post. They have threatened to “kill a Jersey City cop and not stop until the National Guard is called out,” a senior law enforcement source revealed.
Police are on high alert.
After the death of Lawrence, his wife and others came out to blame cops for killing this “good person.” Admirers put up makeshift memorials at the site of the officer’s execution which police have since torn down.
News 12 NJ aired the rant of Lawrence’s vicious anti-cop wife who sought to blame the police for her husband’s death. The police called the station in a fury.
A reporter who knew of the anger expressed by police, Sean Bergin, went on the air and made a statement about the horrendous family lives of these young Black men and this violence has to stop. His comments were ad libbed and against company policy.
Bergin was essentially fired. He knows he did not follow the rules but he wanted to tell the truth.
The report prior to Bergin’s on-air faux pas gave the dead armed robber’s wife a platform to attack the police after they lost a young officer doing his job.
Megyn Kelly interviewed Sean Bergin:
There are many white and Hispanic gangs but this story is about the Bloods.
The United Blood Nation or U.B.N. is a prison gang formed in 1993 in New York City’s jail system on Rikers Island, in a detention center reserved for the worst of the worst. They are the largest gang in New York City.
The fascinating video below explains the origins of the U.B.N.
Gang members describe the Bloods as their family. The members have no family by-and-large and they feel they have no choice. They were largely foster kids, raised by the institution.
The Bloods control the prisons in New York and New Jersey – there are 9,000 in these two states alone. They are spreading out throughout the East Coast, south to Virginia. They recruit everyone they can. They are spreading into the suburbs.
There is a death or two every weekend in New Jersey alone.
The video is graphic.
Read more about Melvin Santiago at the Brigade