Honoring the cops and K-9s who gave their lives to preserve our safety

If you’ve never heard of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C., Mark Levin thinks it’s about time you did.

The Memorial was established in 1984 and is a non-profit and non-partisan organization that honors thousands of U.S. law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty.

Unfortunately, that number keeps growing.

The memorial is a living memorial, which means names are added each year — and this year, it had to expand the wall to accommodate the growing number of law enforcement officers who have lost their lives.

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Not only does the memorial honor fallen officers but fallen K-9s who served officers. 25 K-9s were killed on duty in 2022.

One of those K-9s, Axel, was chasing an armed suspect with his partner Josh Clendenin. The suspect shot Axel, who later died at the hospital.

Levin plays a news clip that features three men from eastern Kentucky who were recently honored in our nation’s capital.

Captain Ralph Frazier, Deputy William Petrie, and Jacob Chaffin were all killed in the line of duty last June when they were ambushed in the community they were trying to protect.

“Other lawlessness in our streets, now, it looks like a war zone. And these men gave their lives. Systemic heroes, that’s what they are,” Levin comments.

“It’s real wild, wild west out there. And the answer is not to disarm the good guys; the answer is to get the bad guys,” he adds.

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