INTERVIEW: Pres. of Police Federation on MPD Officers Investigation
In his first interview since the scandals involving five officers accused of using racial slurs that were caught on videotape in two separate incidents broke, Lt. John Delmonico, president of the Minneapolis Police Federation told 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS Monday that the use of racial or sexual slurs by officers - even while off-duty - "is unacceptable behavior."
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