NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — In response to the Black Lives Matter mural painted on Fifth Avenue, two police advocacy groups are asking Mayor Bill de Blasio for their chance to make a statement.

Blue Lives Matter NYC and Standing Up For NYC have asked to paint a “Blue Lives Matter” mural on Madison Street near One Police Plaza.

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The groups say the mural would raise awareness and honor the memories of officers killed in the line of duty.

The mayor’s office says they are reviewing the letter.

Comments (3)
  1. Erich L Krueger says:

    If you can take off the uniform, it’s not a life, it’s a job.

  2. Steve says:

    They will axe it, it might cost some of the votes they won i the the blm propaganda

  3. David J Kokkeler says:

    Ya Right !!! All I can say is if one side is allowed to paint whatever there side is so should the other. But right !!! That would put people on fair ground.

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