In a strongly worded letter to Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr., the president of Worcester's Patrolmen's Union said they'll never endorse him again after charges were dropped against protesters.
More than a dozen people were arrested hours after a George Floyd protest last June.
The District Attorney’s Office announced, after reviewing the cases, there was insufficient evidence to move forward with the prosecution.
Worcester Patrolmen Union President Daniel Gilbert said he is ashamed and disappointed the district attorney turned his back on police officers.
In a statement, Early said he was elected to ensure justice is carried out, and sometimes it requires decisions which are unpopular to some.