ESPN’s Booger McFarland: We Need Communication Between Police and Citizens

ESPN’s Anthony “Booger” McFarland reacted Monday on “Mike and Mike” to the Baton Rouge shooting that left three police officers dead in his home state, saying there needs to be more communication between police and the people.

McFarland, who starred at LSU in football, said, “The money situation down there hasn’t been good, and now when you look at what’s going on after Alton Sterling and everything what went on with that, there’s just no communication. One thing I learned in my years in this world is communication is key and right now you have two sides, the police officers who aren’t necessarily communicating with the citizens; the citizens are afraid of the people that are protecting and serving them so there’s no communication on either side right now and, until that happens, unfortunately, I don’t know anything like this will get solved until the communication on both sides gets better.”

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