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he officer blew the whistle on a 20-year department veteran and other members of the Richmond force after they made inappropriate comments while providing protection to the president and first lady. “There was an officer providing exterior security to the president on that day on the phone with the supervisor,” the whistleblower explained to WTVR
last May. “The supervisor said to that particular officer, ‘you’re down there right? So, you can take a couple of shots, you might have to kill yourself, but you can take a couple of shots.’”
He said that the supervisor made those comments to a sharpshooter on the day of the president’s visit to Richmond.
And “another officer in the background started talking and he said, ‘yeah, somebody should plant a bomb underneath the stage while they’re on there and blow it up,’” the source said.
Inappropriate remarks were also made about Michelle Obama.
“Nobody wants to see her anyway — unless she gets undressed or get [sic] naked,” an officer allegedly said.
On Wednesday, the whistleblower told WTVR that he had been fired for violating department policy by doing an interview with the station.