BLM ACTIVIST POLICE OFFICER CULLED FROM THE HEARD

Kentucky police officer fired for allegedly sharing information with Black Lives Matter protesters

A police officer in Kentucky was fired Friday over allegations that he gave a Black Lives Matter organizer information about other officers working protests that could be used to “insult, intimidate and harass.”

Lexingtion police Officer Jervis Middleton was relieved of his duties following a unanimous vote by the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council after a nine-hour hearing and two hours of closed deliberations, the Lexington Herald-Leader reported. 

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SO HE LIED – AND GOT CAUGHT – CAN’T TRUST A LYING CIVIL SERVANT

Officer Jervis Middleton, who had been on the force since 2007, challenged his recommended firing. (Lexington Police Department)

The fired officer initially denied sharing information with BLM leader Sarah Williams, a friend, but admitted it when he was shown text messages obtained through a search warrant, city lawyer Horn said.

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