These officers who have perished in the line of duty — and their living brethren — suffered (and suffer) much at the hands of society in our current political climes. And even despite having an exam later, I thought it infinitely important to show the various officers gathered from across the state a moment of respect for their dedication to what is certainly one of the most difficult careers today.

I had originally not planned on attending, because of my exam; but I decided at the last minute that it was imperative. And so I came, and with the 7 pieces of film left in my Polaroid, attempted as best I could to honor and preserve the memories of those fallen, and those marching

So although the “crowd” in attendance was a tiny, pitiful portion of the population, I urge you to look at the photos below and pay your own respects from afar.


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