In New York, Black Lives Matter groups led a march Wednesday protesting the New York Police Department union’s recent endorsement of President Trump in November’s election. Over 50 protesters marched toward the home of NYPD union president Pat Lynch but were met by a police barricade. Lynch is a fierce opponent of police reform.
This comes as more than 323,000 misconduct accusations against current and former NYPD officers were published in an online database Thursday. The complaints were made public by the New York Civil Liberties Union following the recent repeal of a state law that kept them secret for decades. Less than 3% of the accusations resulted in a penalty for police officers, including 12 who were fired.