Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall was one of 11 state attorneys general who sent a letter to congressional leaders on June 22 in support of America’s law enforcement personnel.
The letter called on Congress to temper “anti-police rhetoric that is jeopardizing the safety” of law enforcement officers, stating it is possible to both oppose racism and support law enforcement:
The letter asked leaders to “discourage disinformation” and help “restore the country’s faith in … law enforcement officers who perform their jobs honorably and bring stability to our cities and states.”
The letter disputed claims that law enforcement is systemically racist or structurally biased.
To read the full letter, go to tabonline.org/AG-letter. (TAB)