No respect for anyone.
Check this out:

Last night on Fox News’ The Kelly File, Maureen Faulker, the widow of murdered Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner, reacted to President Obama’s nomination of Debo Adegbile to head up the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice. Adegbile has worked as an advocate for cop killer Mumia-Abu-Jamal, the man who was convicted of killing Faulkner in 1982. During his time as a leader at the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and years after the conviction was repeatedly upheld, Adegbile voluntarily took on Abu-Jamal’s case and eventually was successful in getting the death penalty overturned.

“I was absolutely outraged by President Obama to make this decision to have a man who defended a murderer, someone who murdered a police officer with pre-meditation and malice, is a radical, is a Black Panther and to give him an appointment, to nominate him to the Department of Justice, it’s a disgrace,” Faulkner said. “It’s a disgrace. I feel police officers throughout this country are out there to protect the public and they should be respected and by President Obama nominating him, it’s like spitting on all of our officers and our federal agents throughout America.”