Smart Living She called out a fellow cop for shoving a protester. He complained when she thanked the community.

05:16  13 june  2020
05:16  13 june  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Fort Lauderdale Police Officer Krystle Smith wanted to express gratitude. It had been days since she was celebrated for publicly admonishing a fellow cop the instant he shoved a kneeling demonstrator during a George Floyd-related protest. She took to Instagram to say thank you for the outpouring of community support.

“I’m in awe that I’ve been showered with so much love and support, because I was simply just being me,” she wrote.

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She told Cuomo she is angry the cop 's actions have left her too afraid to protest . A woman who was hospitalized after being shoved over by an NYPD officer broke down speaking to Chris The NYPD officer who was caught pulling a protester 's mask down to pepper spray him last week (pictured) has

a community for 12 years. Because she 's black, she 's female and (worst of all) she stopped a fellow cop handing out "justice". He forgot something at his house which was on the route between stops, company found out (they were looking to save $$$) fired him and he lost his pension.

But the officer in question, Steven Pohorence, took exception to her post that same day on June 4, having it reported to the Department’s Office of Internal Affairs. Pohorence texted a lieutenant on duty, complaining that Smith’s post violated police social media guidelines and could “further divide the department.”

On Thursday, the Office of Internal affairs sided with Smith, writing to Pohorence that “the described matter is not a violation of department policy.”

Pohorence is currently relieved of duty pending a Florida Department of Law Enforcement review of the events of the May 31. Officers relieved of duty in the Fort Lauderdale Police Force still collect a paycheck, according to the department’s policies.

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a community for 12 years. Yeah it's absolutely appalling, she volunteered the pictures because she knew they were being used to blackmail her . I think from another story he even bragged to his friends how he had access to the pictures and could look at them at any time (as they were on his personal

Smith’s post features the now iconic photo of Smith pointing and yelling at Pohorence moments after he shoved a protester.

“There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we see injustice and fail to check it," she writes in the post.

In a series of text messages Pohorence sent to a lieutenant on the Fort Lauderdale police force, he claims that Smith’s post “continues the effects of my character being tarnished.”

“She is formulating the view that I am already guilty,” he goes on to write, arguing that the post was “strategically planned” and sow division within the department.”

The Office of Internal Affairs acknowledged the complaint the next day, and wrote back to Pohorence on June 11, saying that the post was “not a violation of department policy."

Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis has publicly praised Smith, saying that actions like hers “help prevent tragedies like what happened in Minneapolis.”

Officers Smith and Pohorence did not respond to requests for comment.


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