Angry Police Turn Backs on de Blasio at Slain Officer's Funeral
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Hundreds of officers standing outside the church where a funeral is being held for a New York City policeman killed in an ambush shooting turned their backs on the mayor as he spoke during the service. [Full Story]
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Angry Police Turn Backs on de Blasio at Slain Officer's Funeral
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