'Your Civil Rights Mean Nothing But The Criminal Has Total Autonomy': Read LMPD Sgt. Jon Mattingly's Viral Email to PoliceChris Menahan
Sep. 22, 2020
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Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly of the Louisville Metro Police Department, who was shot by Breonna Taylor's boyfriend while leading a drug raid on their apartment in March, sent out a fiery email to around 1,000 police officers at 2 AM on Tuesday lamenting how cops are being "demonized" in the age of Black Lives Matter while "criminals are canonized."
"You DO NOT DESERVE to be in this position," Mattingly said. "The position that allows thugs to get in your face and yell, curse and degrade you. Throw bricks, bottles and urine on you and expect you to do nothing. It goes against EVERYTHING we were all taught in the academy. The position that if you make a mistake during one of the most stressful times in your career, the department and FBI (who arenít cops and would piss their pants if they had to hold the line) go after you for civil rights violations. Your civil rights mean nothing, but the criminal has total autonomy."
Read his full letter from KGNS:
"I'm not here to give you a Rah Rah you got this speech. Iím not here to tell you that you signed up to help this community and to keep your head up. Iím here to tell you Iím sorry you have to go through this. Iím sorry your families have to go through this. Iím sorry the Mayor, Amy Hess and Chief Conrad failed all of us in epic proportions for their own gain and to cover their *****.Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer declared a state of emergency on Tuesday ahead of a grand jury decision on whether to indict the 3 officers involved in the raid where Breonna Taylor was killed.
Shops were boarded up and the city was a ghost town in preparation for a new round of Black Lives Matter riots.
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