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Jax Fraternal Order of Police president threatens local teacher

by Robbey Hayes |
6/02/20
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Christina Kittle holding a 'Police Accountability Now' sign at the historic 3,500-person protest for police accountability in Jacksonville, FL. (Fight Back! News/Staff)

Jacksonville, FL - Just hours after 3500 people rallied for police accountability in downtown Jacksonville on May 30, the president of the city’s police union took to Facebook and threatened a local teacher and community activist.

The target of these threats was Christina Kittle of the Jacksonville Community Action Committee (JCAC), who helped co-organize and lead the massive May 30 peaceful protest. Kittle also teaches middle school civics in Jacksonville, where she serves as her school’s union representative.

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