A cop-hating radio host from New York City has found one way to get rid of the police: kill them.
Jessica Beauvais faces 13 separate charges, including three separate manslaughter allegations, after she ran over and killed an NYPD officer Monday night in a drunk-driving hit-and-run.
The incident occurred shortly after Beauvais live-streamed herself on Facebook seemingly drinking and complaining about police in a nearly two-hour video that launched with a rant about cops and the verdict against Derek Chauvin in the George Floyd murder trial, the Daily Mail reported.
During the video, Beauvais exclaimed “f–k the police,” and claimed that “potential death” is “part of the job” for police officers.
A few hours later, she got into her Volkswagen and rammed into 43-year-old NYPD Highway Officer Anastasios Tsakos while driving on the Long Island Expressway.
Tsakos reportedly was redirecting traffic on the road after responding to a fatal traffic accident.
Beauvais, the Daily Mail reported, told police she had been slurping down vodka and wine and smoking pot during her video.
“If you said that you were signing up for this dangerous job and part of that dangerous job is that you are not supposed to be afraid – as part of that job is that people might try to f–king kill you,” she said in the video.
“That’s what you’re signing up for – potential death like in the army. That’s what you signed up for.”
During the video, the Daily Mail reported, Beauvais also asserted that she would make sure that if she died at the hands of police, she wouldn’t go alone.
“Like (the rap group) NWA say about the police – if you’re going to kill me, at least I get to take someone with me. I’m one of those people. If I’m going to go, someone is coming,” said Beauvais.
At the end of the video, she said, “’F–k the police. F–k them.”
Apparently as Beauvais approached the scene of the initial wreck, she maneuvered around stopped traffic and ignored traffic cones and other cop cars with emergency lights on.
Beauvais reportedly ran into Tsakos with such force that he was thrown 150 feet into the air.
The 14-year veteran leaves behind a wife, a 6-year-old daughter and a 3-year-old son.
According to the Daily Mail, Beauvais faces 13 charges. They include second-degree manslaughter, second-degree aggravated manslaughter, and second-degree vehicular manslaughter.
If convicted, she could get up to 15 years in prison.
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