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A Hate-Filled Gunman Murders Veteran Police Officer In An Unprovoked Attack

Alexander Bonds, a 34-year-old man with addresses all over New York, has been killed after he shot and killed Officer Miosotis Familia, a 48-year-old NYPD officer and mother to three children. It has now been revealed that Bonds was a serial criminal and vocal anti-police activist.

Prior to the shooting, Officer Familia was sitting in her cruiser, stopped at an intersection in the Bronx. The veteran police officer was caught by surprise when Bonds walked up to the car and pulled out a firearm, shooting Officer Familia through the vehicle’s passenger window.

After committing the unprovoked attack, Bonds attempted to flee the scene but he was quickly shot dead by nearby NYPD officers. During the shooting, Officer Familia was accompanied by her partner, who frantically radioed in the incident: “Shots fired! I need a f*****g bus! 10-85 10-85! My partner's shot! My partner's shot! My partner's shot! Hurry up central!”

After the shooting, police investigated Bonds and they quickly realized that the shooter had a history of lawbreaking. When police examined Bonds’ social media accounts, they were horrified by the number of anti-cop messages and posts.

NYPD officers were particularly disturbed by a video on the murderer’s Facebook account. Played live at the time, the video shows Bonds attacking police officers, hatefully blaming the authorities for killing people and abusing their position. “Police is f****ts, and this ain't no gimmick…Don't think every brother, cousin or uncle you got that get (unintelligible) in jail is because of a Blood or Crip…Police be killing and saying an inmate killed them,” yelled the hate-filled killer.

In the video, filmed a month before the death of Officer Familia, Bonds implicitly blamed police for violence against African Americans, ranting: “N****s ain't taking it no more, Mr. Officer. I'm here to tell you man. ... just keep your a** away from mine.”

After shooting Officer Familia, fellow NYPD officers rushed her to a nearby hospital, along with an innocent bystander caught in the cross-fire. However, despite their best efforts, doctors were unable to save the brave mother and police officer.

This is not the first time that Bonds has been convicted of attacking police officers. In 2001, Bonds and four other men were arrested for brutally assaulting an NYPD officer. Although he used brass knuckles in the assault, criminal records indicate that Bonds was given a relatively lenient sentence.

At the time of the Bronx shooting, Bonds was on parole after being convicted of a robbery in Syracuse. During a press conference, New York’s Police Commissioner, James O’Neill, condemned the actions of Mr. Bonds, describing how Officer Familia was “assassinated in an unprovoked attack on cops.”

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio also paid his respects to Officer Familia, saying: “She was on duty serving this city, protecting people, doing what she believed in and doing the job she loved. She had three children, including a set of twins, lived with her mother and worked the midnight shift.”

Source: Daily Mail, New York Post
Photos: NYPD, NYPD/Facebook, New York Post

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