Via the New York Daily News:
Those, Mr. Chairman, are fighting words.
The embattled chairman of the Civilian Complaint Review Board lashed out Wednesday at police unions, likening their calls for his removal to “squealing like a stuck pig.”
In his first public response to a controversy over his law firm representing a man suing a sergeant and a cop who were investigated by the CCRB, Richard Emery vowed that the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association and the Sergeants Benevolent Association are “not going to drive me out.”
“I was chosen by Bill de Blasio because of my extensive knowledge of police cases,” Emery told the Daily News.