Dear Friends,
 
In a recent New York Post article, NYPD Sgt. Ed Mullins, president of the New York City Sergeant's Benevolent Association, stated publicly what many of us strongly feel and believe regarding what is happening with not only the Wall Street protests, but those type of protests that have spread to and infected other US cities. In the article, Sgt. Mullins discusses the respect that he and his fellow New York City police officers have for the freedom of speech and peaceable assembly that our U.S. Constitution affords. He notes that these dedicated officers are even willing to absorb a significant degree of verbal abuse from groups and individuals that gather to protest, but they are drawing a line when it comes to the physical assaults being inflicted on the police by Wall Street protesters––protesters who do not have the right to disrupt commerce and assault the police, or any other of their fellow citizens. 
He rightly notes that the New York City police have shown remarkable restraint in responding to the verbal and physical attacks from the protesters, even with many officers having suffered physical injuries from the assaults. These brave police officers have now decided to stand up to the lawlessness of the protesters by bringing civil lawsuits against these perpetrators who are physically assaulting and injuring New York police sergeants. As fellow U.S. citizens whose lives and property are protected by these brave defenders of civil order, we should applaud and support these police officers, and in addition we should demand that the municipal, state, and federal political leaders step up and condemn the unlawful actions of these protesters whose stated intent is to cause chaos and disorder in order to “bring down the system” of constitutional law and civil order that we were blessed to receive at this nation's founding. Sgt. Mullins ends his piece with a declaration to these lawless protesters (who are currently being shielded by spineless and gutless politicians) that the New York City police sergeants will do “whatever it takes” in pursuing civil redress for these unlawful assaults.
May God bless and defend these brave and honorable officers, and may God bless these United States of America.
Rick L. Jackson, MD
(AKA: Rick the Doctor) 

Dear Friends, 

In a recent New York Post article, NYPD Sgt. Ed Mullins, president of the New York City Sergeant's Benevolent Association, stated publicly what many of us strongly feel and believe regarding what is happening with not only the Wall Street protests, but those type of protests that have spread to and infected other US cities. In the article, Sgt. Mullins discusses the respect that he and his fellow New York City police officers have for the freedom of speech and peaceable assembly that our U.S. Constitution affords. He notes that these dedicated officers are even willing to absorb a significant degree of verbal abuse from groups and individuals that gather to protest, but they are drawing a line when it comes to the physical assaults being inflicted on the police by Wall Street protesters––protesters who do not have the right to disrupt commerce and assault the police, or any other of their fellow citizens. 

He rightly notes that the New York City police have shown remarkable restraint in responding to the verbal and physical attacks from the protesters, even with many officers having suffered physical injuries from the assaults. These brave police officers have now decided to stand up to the lawlessness of the protesters by bringing civil lawsuits against these perpetrators who are physically assaulting and injuring New York police sergeants. As fellow U.S. citizens whose lives and property are protected by these brave defenders of civil order, we should applaud and support these police officers, and in addition we should demand that the municipal, state, and federal political leaders step up and condemn the unlawful actions of these protesters whose stated intent is to cause chaos and disorder in order to “bring down the system” of constitutional law and civil order that we were blessed to receive at this nation's founding. Sgt. Mullins ends his piece with a declaration to these lawless protesters (who are currently being shielded by spineless and gutless politicians) that the New York City police sergeants will do “whatever it takes” in pursuing civil redress for these unlawful assaults.

May God bless and defend these brave and honorable officers, and may God bless these United States of America.

Rick L. Jackson, MD

(AKA: Rick the Doctor) 

What Fox News Says About Ricky Lee Jackson:

"He’s the new Joe the Plumber; now there's Rick the Doctor...
Some have joined Tea Parties, stormed town halls, others like family practice physician and country recording artist Ricky Lee Jackson have taken to the microphone... 
he wants his country back." 
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