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Bill O’Reilly Blasts Quentin Tarantino for ‘Spreading Big Lies’ About Police Brutality.

Bill O’Reilly blasted Quentin Tarantino Monday on The O’Reilly Factor after the director appeared Saturday at a rally against police brutality. Director Quentin Tarantino has drawn the condemnation of the NYPD’s police union after participating in an anti-police brutality protest this weekend in New York City.NEW YORK: New York’s largest police union has demanded a boycott of Quentin Tarantino films after the Oscar-winning director protested against the deaths of unarmed suspects at police hands. “It’s no surprise that someone who makes a living glorifying crime and violence is a cop-hater, too,” said Patrick Lynch, president of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association. “It’s time for a boycott of Quentin Tarantino’s films,” he said.NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton ripped Quentin Tarantino on Monday, saying the “Inglourious Basterds” director disgraced himself by giving an anti-police speech just days after the city’s latest cop killing.

The “Pulp Fiction” director was spotted among the crowds at the RiseUpOctober demonstration in Greenwich Village, and addressed the protesters, telling them, “I’m here to say I’m on the side of the murdered.” According to the New York Post, Tarantino said, “When I see murders, I do not stand by… I have to call a murder a murder and I have to call the murderers the murderers.” Tarantino reportedly flew to New York from his home in California just to attend the rally, which concluded with a march from Washington Square Park to Times Square, past lines of police officers who had cordoned off a traffic lane for the demonstrators. Commissioner Bratton described Tarantino’s actions as shameful and dishonouring the memory of officers such as Randolf Holder, who was a five-year veteran of the NYPD, Speaking to John Gambling on WNYM-970AM, Commissioner Bratton said: ‘Shame on him, particularly at this time, where we’re grieving the murder of a New York City police officer. The “Django Unchained” filmmaker was one of the prominent faces among the thousands who attended rallies on Saturday organized by RiseUpOctober, which sought to bring attention to incidents of alleged police violence against men and women of color. “I’m a human being with a conscience,” Tarantino said at the protest. “If you believe there’s murder going on then you need to rise up and stand up against it. Tarantino’s latest movie “The Hateful Eight” — about bounty hunters in Wyoming after the American Civil War — will premiere in the United States on Christmas Day. In the Talking Points Memo segment, O’Reilly showed a clip of Tarantino talking about Michael Brown at the rally, with the host disagreeing with Tarantino’s version of the incident. “Tarantino reading from a script.

Lynch went on to call Tarantino a “purveyor of degeneracy” who “has no business coming to our city to peddle his slanderous ‘Cop Fiction.’” For more than a year, high-profile deaths of black men have galvanised nationwide demonstrations by protesters complaining that police unfairly profile black and Latino men. Sources said that prosecutors were set to begin presenting a case to a grand jury and that the evidence would include Howard’s backpack, which allegedly contained bullets. They exonerated Officer Wilson as testimony clearly demonstrated Michael Brown attacked the officer violently,” the host said. “But to Tarantino, who lives in a world of his own, facts don’t matter.

The NYPD diver who found the gun, Detective John Mortimer of the Scuba Team, said that, even with a light, he had only about one foot of visibility in the water. “I actually saw it out of the corner of my eye,” he recalled. “I notified another officer, ‘Hey, I got it here,’ and we collected it and brought it up.” A man whose bicycle was allegedly stolen by Howard before Holder’s shooting was revealed to be an ex-con wanted for violating parole. And he has no problem, Tarantino, with spreading big lies.” O’Reilly also blamed the filmmaker for spreading “the far left” agenda on the American people. The film, a western set in post-civil War Wyoming following a band of bounty hunters, will be in select theaters Christmas Day ahead of a nationwide release slated for January 8. In a recent interview with New York magazine he confirmed that Barack Obama is “hands down” his “favorite” president of his lifetime. “He’s been awesome this past year.

Manhattan US Attorney Preet Bharara said Holder had recently met with one of his prosecutors for a case involving a gunman whom the cop had chased down and busted. “He was sharp. I think he destroyed his career, because anyone who’s hearing that is gonna go, ‘You know what, maybe I’m not gonna see his movies,'” O’Reilly said. 2015 may not bring everything that Back to the Future II promised it would: flying cars, self-lacing shoes, we don’t see ’em happening over the next 12 months. (Then again, don’t bet against Nike.) But this year will definitely pack plenty of punch when it comes to cultural happenings.

He was a consummate professional,” Bharara said at a Police Athletic League luncheon, recalling that Holder “took a moment to lean over [and] make sure the suspect would be OK.” State lawmakers said they would propose a law requiring criminals assigned to a “diversion” program to wear tracking monitors. FBI Director James Comey told the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference in Chicago that a rise in violent crime was partly due to a “Ferguson effect,” with cops pulling back in the face of increased criticism and scrutiny. Director X has been making music videos with pop’s biggest stars for over 15 years — but he’s never seen anything like the reaction to Drake’s “Hotline Bling.” Released earlier this week, the “Hotline Bling” video became instantly memorable (and meme-able) for its hypnotic, minimal vibe showcasing Drake’s endearing goofball dance moves and X’s highly stylized sets. As X prepares to shoot his first feature film — he won’t name it, but mentions it’s a dance movie — he took some time out to talk about musicians as directors, the talented choreographer Tanisha Scott, his relationship to the work of acclaimed light artist James Turrell and more.

They would not allow his mother to hold her lifeless child dead in the street.’ He also mentioned Antonio Guzmán López, a 38-year-old unarmed man shot dead by San Jose State University Police as well as Michael Brown, an 18-year-old black teen shot by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, whose death also sparked violent protests. In the same interview, Tarantino also expressed an affinity for the Black Lives Matter movement: “I love the fact that people are talking and dealing with the institutional racism that has existed in this country and been ignored. I like doing my own thing, but I also like it when an artist has a clear vision for themselves and you can focus on molding that idea into a full working piece.

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