(TheLibertyRevolution.com)- While rioters continue to trash American cities and tear down statues, and while the media continues pushing the narrative that cops are hunting down black people on purpose, people forgot about the death of St. Louis Police Capt. David Dorn who was murdered by a gunman during a riot. Retired police officer Down attempted to calm tensions and tell looters to stop stealing from Lee’s Pawn and Jewelry at the beginning of June, but rioters shot him in cold blood.
Local people didn’t forget about him, however, and turned out in the hundreds to a public memorial service that was held on Tuesday. Video shows huge levels of support from people turning up to pay their last respects to the African American police officers who was shot and left to die by Black Lives Matter rioters.
Astounding: The show of public support for fallen officer David Dorn, who was killed last week while protecting a small business from looters pic.twitter.com/OXHt4nkyMq
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) June 9, 2020
Dorn’s suspected killer was 24-year-old Stephan Cannon who has since been charged with first-degree murder, as well as a count of first-degree burglary, first-degree robbery, and another charge of felon in possession of a firearm. A further three counts of criminal acts are being made against him.
John Hayden, the Chief of St. Louis Police, paid his respect to Dorn and described him as a “fine captain.”
“Many of us, the other officers, looked up to him,” he said at the service. “He was very well-liked, very pleasant. And his wife still works here. So a very sad time for our agency. We will honor him.”
Supporters and mourners lined the streets with large American flags.
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) June 10, 2020
Don spent his life defending people of all races in his community. He served in the St. Louis Police Department for 39 years, but Black Lives Matter looters and rioters didn’t seem to think it mattered.
Following his public memorial service on Tuesday, another private service was held on Wednesday and was attended by his family and closest friends.