The Monday night shooting at a town council meeting in rural Pennsylvania is a tragic example of why police officers should be stationed at public meetings, according to Palm Beach County officials.
“You don’t want police to interfere with the process of open government. But we have to protect the public. That is the challenge,” said Jupiter Police Chief Frank Kitzerow. Town officers sit in the back row at council meetings.
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