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NYPD Cop Killer Supported Hillary

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Wednesday’s identified assassin of a New York Police Department (NYPD) officer was a Hillary Clinton supporter, according to the killer’s Facebook page.

The NYPD has identified Alexander Bonds, 34, as the man who fatally shot female officer Miosotis Familia, 48, in the Bronx before being fatally shot himself by officers. Bonds is an ex-convict. The NYPD called the killing an “unprovoked attack.”

Bonds’ Facebook page included anti-police screeds. Bonds was reportedly on parole until 2018, having previously served prison time for robbery.

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“Police man. Those that been up north know man, that police is f*ggots,” Bonds reportedly said in a video that he posted to Facebook last year. “Don’t think every brother, cousin, uncle you got that get killed in jail is because of a blood or crip or Latin King killing them. Nah, police be killing them and saying that an inmate killed them.”

His beef with cops aside, Bonds made his political beliefs clear in a November 4 Facebook post days before the presidential election:

Alexander Bonds

November 4, 2016

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SenTekk Tek Who you voting for skrap. I don’t believe in voting but if I would it be trump.
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November 4, 2016 at 8:12pm

 

Alexander Bonds I xant vote at this time but it be Hillary and nothing wrong with that u have your views on why

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