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Police Captain Ray Lewis comments on  Zuccotti Park eviction

Police Captain Ray Lewis comments on Zuccotti Park eviction

Retired Philadelphia Police Captain Ray Lewis comments on Occupy Wall Street and the NYPD after the eviction of protesters in New York City's Zuccotti Park on November 15, 2011. He was arrested two days later.

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What was he arrested for, impersonating a police officer? If he is retired, why was he wearing his old uniform? Why not just turn up in civilian clothes? He spoke good sense but perhaps the spotlight shone on him a bit too brightly for the liking of the people who pay the police - the 1%.
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What was he arrested for, impersonating a police officer? If he is retired, why was he wearing his old uniform? Why not just turn up in civilian clothes? He spoke good sense but perhaps the spotlight shone on him a bit too brightly for the liking of the people who pay the police - the 1%.
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There's nothing uncommon about seeing retired soldiers in their old uniforms, on parade in public. There's nothing improper about it. I seem to recall a recent president having his photo taken wearing a military uniform flight suit. I thought he was a crappy president, but even his lackluster version of past service gives him the right to parade about with the real vets.
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There's nothing uncommon about seeing retired soldiers in their old uniforms, on parade in public. There's nothing improper about it. I seem to recall a recent president having his photo taken wearing a military uniform flight suit. I thought he was a crappy president, but even his lackluster version of past service gives him the right to parade about with the real vets.
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Latest comment: Perhaps it is common practice in the US. Not so in the UK. Medals and regimental badges on blazers are about as far as it goes over here.
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Latest comment: Perhaps it is common practice in the US. Not so in the UK. Medals and regimental badges on blazers are about as far as it goes over here.
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