Some Police Unions Won’t Back Officers Involved In Capitol Riot, Others Struggle With Defense

While police unions typically defend law enforcement members under most circumstances, some unions are refusing to back police officers involved in the Capitol riot. NBC News’ Janelle Griffith explains why some police unions are taking a different approach. Aired on 01/22/2021.
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Some Police Unions Won’t Back Officers Involved In Capitol Riot, Others Struggle With Defense

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