People are dying in cities across America. The Black Lives Matter Effect, the successor to the Ferguson Effect, is claiming countless lives. But decency is also dying.
The widow of slain Weymouth police Sgt. Michael Chesna is speaking out against the police reform bills backed by state lawmakers this month and the criticism of law enforcement officers across the nation over the past few months.
In a lengthy Facebook post Sunday, Cindy Chesna highlighted the contrast in public attitudes toward police in recent months, as the country has reeled from the death of George Floyd, and in the immediate wake of her husband’s death in the line of duty two years ago this month.
“When Mike was murdered there were no protests (peaceful or otherwise), no riots, and no looting,” Chesna wrote. “There was certainly no public outcry from politicians for the reform of a broken justice system that lets repeat offenders out on the street. Instead everyone banded together and prayed, we prayed that we would find the strength to face each day with the knowledge of what we lost.”
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