A mother of three was assassinated last night while she was sitting in a police vehicle…NYPD officer Misotis Familia was shot  in the Bronx by a career criminal who had previously assaulted a police officer! Familia died after she was rushed to the hospital. Please pray for her family and friends. This is horrible. The war on our police officers continues. Don’t forget it started with Obama…he’s got blood on his hands AGAIN…

The slain officer was identified as Miosotis Familia, 48, a 12-year veteran of the police force. She was assigned to the 46th Precinct.

Two cops gunned down the alleged assailant — later identified as Alexander Bonds — after he blasted the mobile command post parked near E. 183rd St. and Creston Ave. around 12:30 a.m., according to police sources and Commissioner James O’Neill.

Surveillance footage shows the suspected 34-year-old shooter marching toward the command post “with purpose,” the source said.

The cop’s partner frantically screamed into his police radio for help.

“Shots fired!” the officer can be heard shouting moments after the gunfire rang out.

“I need a f—–g bus! 10-85 10-85! My partner’s shot! My partner’s shot! My partner’s shot! Hurry up central!”
Two officers chased Bonds for a block. Bonds brandished a silver revolver when cops confronted him on Morris Ave. and police opened fire, killing him, officials said.

THIS GUY HAD NO BUSINESS BEING OUT ON THE STREETS:

Bonds’ criminal rap sheet includes an assault on a police officer with brass knuckles, a source said. He was paroled in 2013 after serving seven years for a robbery in the Syracuse area, according to state records.

“Let’s be clear. This was nothing less than an assassination of a police officer. Our understanding is she was filling out her memo book and he walked out and fired one round,” the source said.

The NYC Mayor has been coddling criminals since elected. He even implemented a “Jail to Jobs” program guaranteeing all former inmates a job once released from prison.

THE NYPD SALUTES…RIP MISOTIS FAMILIA

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