4 Suspects At Large After Attempted Assassination Of NYPD Cops In Brooklyn

4 Suspects At Large After Attempted Assassination Of NYPD Cops In Brooklyn

According to RT Several shots have been fired at police officers in Brooklyn from a car that fled the scene of the shooting during which no one was hurt. An active search for the four suspects is underway.

Police have instituted a Level 1 Mobilization after NYPD officers were attacked on Flatbush Avenue and Ditmas Avenue in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn at about 10:40pm.

While no injuries have been reported, at least two shots were fired from a passing black Nissan four-door sedan that immediately fled the scene, police sources told New York Daily News.

According to reports, police are now searching for four black males who later abandoned the vehicle. A ground and air operation involving K-9 Units, at least one helicopter and Emergency Services Units managed to locate the vehicle on Rogers Avenue.

According to Sergeants Benevolent Association, which promotes the welfare of New York’s finest, two uniformed officers were shot at after suspects in a “dark colored sedan with tinted windows slowly approached them, then made a statement about ‘getting’ them and proceeded to fire shots.” The association said that the car had four “male blacks” inside.

Racial tensions are at all-time high in the country as Black Lives Matters protests reignited with new fervor following the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, two black men shot dead by police officers earlier this month.

In retaliation to police brutality, some extremist members of the black community moved towards serving their own kind of justice. As a result, five police officers were killed, and seven others injured in a lone-wolf attack on cops amid mass protests in Dallas on July 7.

Allegedly driven by revenge, 25-year-old Micah Johnson of Mesquite, Texas, began to take out police officers using a sniper rifle which led to a tense standoff and resulted in the death of the attacker. At the time of the standoff, Johnson told hostage negotiators that he had been angry about recent fatal shootings of black men by police across the US and wanted to kill white people, especially police officers.

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