NYPD sergeants' union head Ed Mullins suggests Bratton should step down

NYPD sergeants' union head Ed Mullins suggested police commisioner Bill Bratton step down while speaking on a local radio station.

NYPD sergeants' union head Ed Mullins suggested police commisioner Bill Bratton step down while speaking on a local radio station. (5/16/16)

NEW YORK - NYPD sergeants' union head Ed Mullins said police commissioner Bill Bratton should step down while speaking on a local radio station.

Mullins called Bratton "two-faced" and a "do as I say and not as I do" type of leader.

Mullins’ comments come as an ongoing investigation continues into whether the NYPD accepted gifts as favors from businessmen with ties to Mayor de Blasio's office. 

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