Friday, March 13, 2020

Outside Hospital, Cops Linked Arms To Prevent D.A. From Entering

By Ralph Cipriano
for BigTrial.net

When District Attorney Larry Krasner showed up at Temple University Hospital, where a police officer died this morning, the fallen officer's comrades linked arms and wouldn't let Krasner in.

Moments later, Fox 29 reporter Jenn Frederick, who was broadcasting live, asked Krasner on camera, "It appears that the police officers were literally keeping you outside."

Krasner didn't answer the question; instead he looked right past the reporter and gave a robotic speech.

"So the reason I'm here is we have a very serious incident involving a police officer," he said, stating the obvious. "I was here for the victim for the victim, the victim's family and for any survivors," he said, adding that he also wanted to show "just how much we care about what happens to our law enforcement officers."

Photo Credit: Tim Tai/The Philadelphia Inquirer
That was rich coming from a guy who used to sue police officers for a living. Before he became a "public defender with power" as the D.A. describes himself, and acquired the right to indict police officers.

The plucky Frederick stayed on point: "Were you able to get inside and speak to the family members, the people you were here to see?"

Once again, Krasner didn't answer the question. Instead he looked right past the reporter again and went back on the stump.

"So I've spoken to the police commissioner and the police commissioner is in direct contact with the family and we will have more information later," he said, adding that it was "inappropriate" for him to say anything further.

"There you go guys, he's not saying much of anything," Frederick told the hosts on Good Day Philadelphia.

Frederick then noted that at the hospital where Cpl. James O'Connor IV, died, the police commissioner and the mayor and friends and family were inside, but when it came to Krasner, the "district attorney of this city did not go inside this hospital." And that the cops outside the hospital "certainly didn't invite him in."

"The police officers made a wall of people," Frederick said. She noted that the relationship between the D.A. and the cops "has not always been a good one."

Both Krasner and his alleged spokesperson, Jane Roh, did not respond to a request for comment. Luckily for Progressive Larry and his sidekick Jane, when the Inquirer reported this morning about the murder of Cpl. O'Connor, they didn't embarrass the D.A. by mentioning how the cops had barred him from entering the hospital.

Even though Fox 29 had broadcast the aftermath of the confrontation live. Amazing how Progressives at the Inky continue to cover for Progressive Larry.

But on Fox, unlike the Inky, Federick wasn't covering for anybody.

She explained that the station was showing live footage of the district attorney being turned away from the hospital because of "The police officers basically standing there blocking his way."

"Look at the wall of police officers in that door not letting him or his team in," she said. "Guys this is something I don't think we have ever seen in the city of Philadelphia. The District Attorney of Philadelphia looks like he was literally kept from being in that room."

Friends of Cpl. O'Connor also sent word to Krasner not to try and visit O'Connor's home.

When he showed up at Temple and got stiffed this morning, Krasner shouldn't have been surprised. It was the same deal last Aug. 16, when six cops were shot and Krasner had to be there.

"When he arrived at Temple [University Hospital] I informed him that he was not welcome," FOP President John McNesby wrote in an email at the time about Krasner. "The officers did not wish to see him."

Photo Credit: Tim Tai/The Philadelphia Inquirer
That day, three wounded officers were treated at Temple and released. The other three wounded officers were treated at Einstein Medical Center, and also released.

Krasner also tried to visit the wounded officers at Einstein.

"I wasn't there," McNesby said. "One [wounded officer] denied him access. The other two were caught off guard and blew him off with brief answers."

"He was there for the cameras," McNesby said dismissively about Krasner.

When asked at a press conference whether he was barred from visiting the wounded officers at the hospital, Krasner denied that it happened.

50 comments:

  1. One of my co workers is married to a police officer. She said she would have let Krasner in, so she could spit in his face the same way he spits in the fact of the police on a daily basis.

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  2. Krasner is only a friend to the criminals he lets out of jail......not to the police....or the citizens of this city....He should be removed from office and So should Kenney

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  3. GOOD show of unity by the blue line. That POS was only there for his photo op, like he cares about any cop. CREEP.

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  4. How childish of them...grow up and put your big boy pants on and show some class

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    1. Go crawl back under your rock, Troll.

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    2. This comment from a unknown ...maybe you should put your big boy pants on ...basement dweller Kiss Ass liberal!

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    3. Like yp see you put your big boy pants on and do their job even just for a day! Until then, show some respect and shut your mouth!

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    4. That's why they don't get the same respect as out troops, because they act like little bitches and throw tantrums instead of acting like professionals

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    5. Thank God. Nypd did the same in new york at that memorial. This D.a favors crime and criminals. Another politician ruining society.

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    6. That's why cops don't get the same respect as our Marines and other armed forces, because they throw tantrums like children and don't act like professionals.

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    7. As a marine, you should know the code. So dont believe you are one. Go Army.

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    8. Says the troll from mommy's basement.

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    9. Must be one of those guys who walked by a recruiting office one time.

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    10. Semper Fi, you'd think differently Jane Fobda was trying to visit Chesty Pulller's grave. . apparently aren't a cop, so you'd do welll to step backbandv and shut pie gole.

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    11. You are definitely not a Marine, If you are you have forgotten the Code or been Dishonorably Discharged. Do you even know what your Semper Fi means.

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    12. You're not a Marine, you just play one on social media - gtfoh

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  5. Only his mother would make this comment. Are you his mother?

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  6. Good for these men in blue for standing up against this evil hypocrite. My condolences to them all.

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  7. Just like his dumbass shows class by sticking up for criminals??? You are a moron

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  8. The bald gentleman walking with Krasner is a Philly Police Detective detailed to the DA's office,it seems he forgot where he came from as well.

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    1. He is a County Detective. Him and his Sgt knew that was going to happen and should have told that Krasner punk!

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    2. Was he of the d.a.'s people that were caught having answers on a test not too long ago?

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  9. The bald gentleman walking with Krasner is a Philly Police Detective detailed to the DA's office,it seems he forgot where he came from as well.

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    1. Hey he dont want to lose his spot. Good gig for baldy

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  10. That's why cops don't get the same respect as troops, they act like little bitches instead of professionals

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    1. You should curb your words Devil Dog. You can't be a crayon eater, like I was, and put bitches and professionals in the same sentence. Marines nor police officers are bitches showing solidarity for one of their own. On a side note, a real Marine would not say troops unless he is army! Besides, having a former defense attorney become a district attorney, going against the police and still does....why be professional?

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    2. You're a special kind of stupid, you fake Marine.

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    3. Semper fi? Apparently you have no idea what Semper fi means. The PPD officers certainly do. They showed to s of class and remained always faithful to their fallen brother, his family, his friends and to eachother. So go f—- yourself you ignorant tool!

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  11. Great job to the police officers for blocking that idiot DA from going in the hospital to pretend he cared

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  12. Never seen DA that hates police so much and bends over backwards for real criminals.

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    1. We have one like that in Chicago Kim Foxx is her name. She was funded by George Soros. He got what he paid for. She goes after police here. and cuts the criminals a break. All hell has broken loose in Chicago. Criminals have free reign.

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  13. If the Police in Philly don't want him present with the Officer's family then they did what they had to do. May the Officer be Resting in Peace.

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  14. Make no mistake about it, this guy was elected by George Soros/ Bloomberg backed money, has where other anti-American district attorneys / politicians across the country.

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  15. You should refrain from commenting... a REAL marine would never disrespect a fallen hero... you probably never made it as a marine and that’s where your anger comes from.... you’re probably this POS Krasner’s son or something ... how dare you disrespect a Fallen Philadelphia SWAT CORPORAL ... a spouse to someone at home grieving ... a father to children who have followed in his footsteps to protect fake marines such as yourself ... you should be ashamed

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  16. As a vet and a 32 year retired police officer, this is what it takes for politicians to see what their politics do to those who actually work the streets. You let crooks have an inch and they will take a mile. Don't stab your officers in the back then come around showing faked compassion. Cops have long memories......

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  17. Kenney shouldn't have been allowed in either. He's just as responsible as Krasner with his dangerous liberal policies.

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  18. Agree on Kenney. Check out the story on this blog where Kenney went to the D.A., along with the cops, and wanted him to start arresting people in Kensington for drug possession, prostitution, etc. and Krasner refused. He refused to lift a finger to help an opioid task force dealing with the drug crisis in Kensington.

    Krasner disrespected the mayor and 20 top police officials. And then Kenney kept it quiet because he's afraid of the D.A.

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  19. He's a lawyer, what do you expect ?

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  20. Krasner... The name tells you what you need to know...

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  21. Sorry, what do you mean by that?

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  22. Let me know if you get that chance, If you love to join you. !!!!

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  23. The Philly DA is a total degenerate moron, Soros funded the scumbag to get elected, and the DA proved to be a real liberal scum bag for sure.

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  24. He denies it happened, but the video does not lie

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  25. Krasner needs to get out of office. I'm a PPD wife and i have the up most respect for these man and woman who serves on the streets of Philadelphia they had every right not to let him in the hospital. ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ‘ฎ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ‘ฎ

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