JANUARY 17, 10:00 A.M.

by Nohl Rosen, ©2015

(Jan. 13, 2015) — Once again, Rally For L.E. a pro-law enforcement movement which began in Phoenix will be holding a pro-police rally this Saturday, January 17th from 10am – 12pm in front of Scottsdale Police Headquarters located at 8401 E. Indian School Rd (Southeast corner of Indian School & Granite Reef) and is expected to be peaceful. However, a group calling itself People United Against Police has posted online that it intends to counter-protest the rally. Nohl Rosen, who is organizing the rally called Support Our Men & Women In Blue and is leading the Rally For L.E. movement, says he will work with Scottsdale police to make sure their demonstration is kept as peaceful as possible.

“There has been a lot of saber-rattling from the other side and they’ve come on to our Facebook page to cause problems with the clear intention to try and disrupt our rally. That will not happen and we are working as closely with Scottsdale police as we can to make sure that things are kept peaceful. We won’t allow any group to stop us from showing our appreciation to the members of law enforcement. They lay their lives on the line to keep our community safe and we want them to know that we have their 6,” Rosen said.
The Mayor of Scottsdale, the City Council, and Scottsdale Police Chief Alan Rodbell as well as the rest of the Scottsdale Police Department have been invited to the event.
Besides Scottsdale, Rally For L.E. will be holding a nationwide rally in support of law enforcement on January 24th called the Link In The Chain. So far, 15 cities across the United States have signed on board for the event. Phoenix will be the starting city for the demonstration and it will be held at Maricopa County Sheriff’s headquarters located at 550 W. Jackson Street starting at 10am.
For more information about Rally For L.E., visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/RallyForLE and on Twitter at Twitter.com/RallyForLE

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