The bill from at least 10 city governments for public safety-related invoices sent to the presidential campaign committee in connection with his political rallies in 2016 comes to at least $841,219, according to an investigation by the Center on Public Integrity. But some question whether campaigns should be responsible for such costs.
Last week, two NYPD officers died from suicide within 24 hours of each other. Three Chicago police have died by suicide so far this year. The problem is increasingly drawing attention from experts on mental health.
Sidney Powell, a former Justice Department attorney who has written extensively about overzealous prosecutors, has claimed that Flynn was spied on as part of a “set-up” by the FBI, and that his entire case should be “dismissed.”
Governments have invested heavily in emergency mental health resources. Five mental health urgent care centers have been established across Los Angeles County. A dedicated psychiatric emergency response team now gives family members who are afraid to call police a number other than 911.