They think the media is biased in its coverage of the riots, especially the role of the police in it.
So they tweeted out their lament:
Then they tweeted some more:
And the fact that they are threatened and vulnerable:
The threats against BPD are real. Please keep my best friend and every other police officer here in your prayers... pic.twitter.com/4HxDxmILfM— Trey Weatherholtz (@MTVtrey) April 27, 2015
Somebody should tell them the good deeds are their work, part of their duty. They are signed up to serve and take care of people. What’s newsworthy there?
It becomes news when they don’t do what they are supposed to do and end up threatening the very people they are supposed to be keeping safe.
If police were expecting sympathy and compassion, they were quickly put back in line:
@mdfop34 .... So you are saying that holding a kid supersedes torturing a man for days.... right....— mauriciortizavala (@Mauriciortiz) April 29, 2015
But the tweet that hit it on the head:
Worth Checking Out: Where Is The Baltimore Protestor ‘Abducted’ By The Police On Live TV?
Well, it’s still not too late to get their act together and stop adding fuel to people’s ire over their extremely questionable behavior in recent times.