New Hope City Council Gives Time to Hear Demands to Fire Lamer

Tim Fournier, Director of Police for New Hope, listens to people concerned with the continued employment of Andy Lamers

Around 20 people demanding the firing of Andy Lamer spoke to the New Hope City Council for about an hour on Monday June 12. The group was organized by Communities United Against Police Bullying (CUAPB) in response to Lamers, acting as a Metro Transit Officer in Minneapolis, asking Ariel Vences-Lopez about his immigration status during a routine ticket check on the light rail.

Lamers resigned as a Metro Transit Officer but is still employed as a police office in New Hope.

The following videos are of people that spoke to the New Hope City Council.

 

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