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JUST IN: Black Female Police Officer Shot Dead In New York… Where’s Black Lives Matter?

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Another one of America’s law enforcement has been slain.

However, the officer was a 25-year-old black woman — so, should we expect Black Lives Matter to protest on behalf of this fallen officer?

Unfortunately, probably not.

The NY Post reports:

Alastasia Bryan, 25, was at the corner of Avenue L and E 73rd Street in the Flatlands section of the borough when a dark colored Honda rolled up and began blasting at around 9:15 p.m., sources said.

Five shots rang out and a single bullet struck the officer in the head, killing her instantly as the shooter sped away.

Bryan had been in the neighborhood visiting family and friends — and was on her way to Rikers Island for a shift — when the shooting unfolded, sources said.

Her death appeared to be planned and the killer was believed to have been waiting at the intersection before she arrived, the sources added.

It’s time to stand up for our law enforcement — these horrendous acts should not only not be tolerated, but should be made known to all Americans, as the media won’t dare cover this tragic story.

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