Quentin Tarantino has been subjected to a boycott by hundreds of thousands of cops in New York.
Now police national support – at the same time urged the police not to assist the director with expert knowledge, writes Kulturnyheterna.
It was last week that the world-famous director Quentin Tarantino 52, expressed dissatisfaction in connection with a demonstration in New York.
His criticism was about how the police and the judiciary handles police violence.
– There’s nothing like doing something about it. In that case, the murderous cops in jail now, or at least prosecuted, said Tarantino then, according Kulturnyheterna.
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The reactions were strong at New York’s police trade which called for a boycott of the director’s films. The union felt that Quentin Tarantino had nothing to download in the town with the police approach the director expressed.
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Now police union in New York, national subsidies in the United States of The National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO), which according to the New York Times, representing over 241 000 policemen, writes Kulturnyheterna.
They also ask their members to stop helping with expertise in the director’s filming.
“We have to make clear that this kind of hateful rhetoric against police officers is unacceptable,” writes NAPO in a press release, according Kulturnyheterna.
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