Tuesday, June 9, 2020

Philadelphia Police Inspector Cheered By Fellow Officers As He Turns Himself In On Charges Of Assaulting Protester

Danielle Wallace at FoNews.com offers a piece on Philadelphia Police Inspector being cheered by officers as he turned himself in on charges of assaulted a protestor.

A longtime and widely respected Philadelphia Police Department inspector captured on video striking a Temple University student protester with a metal police baton last week turned himself in on aggravated assault and related charges on Monday. 

But that wasn’t before hundreds – including many cops in uniform – applauded and saluted the 31 year veteran of the force as he left the police union headquarters to head to the precinct to surrender, Fox 29 Philadelphia reported. 

Staff Inspector Joseph Bologna Jr., 54, waved and shouted “Thank you,” as he walked out of Lodge 5 of the Fraternal Order of Police around 8:30 a.m. Monday. Accompanied by his attorney Fortunato Perri Jr., and police union head John McNesby, Bologna got into a black SUV to drive to the 15th Police District. 

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