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President Trump leaves White House for the final time, skipping Biden inauguration

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Chief of the Montgomery County Department of Police, issuing the following statement

Statement on Death of George Floyd by Chief Marcus G. Jones; Major Cities Chiefs Association Statement



Chief Marcus G. Jones, Police Chief of the Montgomery County Department of Police, is issuing the following statement regarding the death of George Floyd:












“I was saddened and angered to watch the video circulated recently which depicted the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.   To watch a person’s life be slowly and callously taken away before our very eyes shakes the core of committed and dedicated police officers.  I am also frustrated.  I am frustrated because I know this incident will be a brush by which our entire profession will be painted and it was an inhumane act.  The acts of these officers in Minneapolis are not representative of our profession and they are certainly not representative of the values of our department as a whole.”

“Today, I and the Major Cities Chiefs Association, which our department is a member, has released an open statement which I have penned and signed to help facilitate healing, learning, listening and then dialogue, particularly in communities of color.”

“Myself, and the rest of the Montgomery County Department of Police, stand with those seeking peaceful discourse at the local and national level on race relations, policing and reform.”


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