Three detectives in democrat owned New York City were secretly poisoned by radical Antifa-type activists, disguised as fast food workers. The injured officers had to be hospitalized following the vicious assault. When our defenders of justice can’t let their guard down long enough for a meal break, it clearly shows “that the environment in which we work has deteriorated to a critical level,” the President of the New York City Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association alerts.
Three poisoned detectives
When three thirsty detectives assigned to a protest detail in lower Manhattan visited the Shake Shack, they weren’t expecting to be poisoned, but they were. They didn’t have a clue that a sinister anarchist behind the counter poured bleach in their milk shakes. They all found out at the same time as they started sucking on the straws. According to the bulletin released immediately after the incident, luckily none were killed.
The Detectives’ Endowment Association was quick to tweet an “Urgent Safety Message.” Tonight, they warned, “three of our fellow officers were intentionally poisoned by one or more workers at the Shake Shack at 200 Broadway in Manhattan. Fortunately, they were not seriously harmed.”
The Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association also released a separate “safety alert.” President Patrick J. Lynch writes, “At some point during their meal period, the MOS discovered that a toxic substance, believed to be bleach, had been placed in their beverages. The contamination was not discovered until the MOS had already ingested a portion of their beverages. They are currently at the hospital receiving treatment and are expected to recover.”
— NYC Scanner (@NYScanner) June 16, 2020
Remain vigilant for the duration
The advice given to police officers in New York City applies to all of our law enforcement members during this crisis. “Carefully inspect any prepared food item they purchase while on duty for possible contamination. Whenever possible, take meal in groups of two or more, and remain vigilant for the duration of the meal period.” No sane person wants another officer anywhere poisoned or otherwise injured.
This is a seriously dangerous situation, Lynch emphasizes. “When New York City police officers cannot even take meal without coming under attack, it is clear that environment in which we work has deteriorated to a critical level.” Because of that, “We cannot afford to let our guard down for even a moment. As always, look out for each other and remember our primary mission: everyone goes home EOT.” The acronym stands for “end of tour.”
The Detectives Endowment Association followed up with a statement alerting that we’re on the verge of Mansonesque “Helter Skelter.” Police “in New York City and across the country are under attack by vicious criminals who dislike us simply because of the uniform we wear. Emboldened by pandering elected officials, these cowards will go to great lengths to harm any member of law enforcement.” They also advise caution and high alert to surroundings. Being poisoned isn’t the only bushwhack hazard. “We MUST be more vigilant than ever. We urge you to not buy food from locations unknown to you. Keep your eyes open and be alert at all times. Make sure you always stay with your partner — and back one another up. Inspect your vehicle — personal and department — before you drive.”