Tim Sands

Police Protective League

Guest

President of the Police Protective League

Tim Sands on KCRW

Forty-two cops, reporters and peaceful protesters were injured in LA’s MacArthur Park on May 1st of this year.  The blame lies with errors by senior commanders of the  LAPD.

Report on May Day Melee Faults LAPD

Forty-two cops, reporters and peaceful protesters were injured in LA’s MacArthur Park on May 1st of this year.  The blame lies with errors by senior commanders of the LAPD.

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