Thousands of police officers met in the streets of New York to mourn the death of Miosotis Familia, an officer assassinated by a jail parolee last week. What the cops did not expect is the music they heard from a nearby apartment building.

16-year-old Julien Rodriguez was playing the NWA song “F*** Tha Police” from his apartment window. All while these officers mourned the loss of a great officer who was killed just trying to do her job.

20 officers then stormed up to the kids apartment to try and get him to turn the music off. One officer even tried to reason with the child talking in Spanish about how hard it was to grow up in NY as a Latino child.

But Rodriguez showed no remorse for his disgusting actions:

Since they did not show respect for my brother and my friend, why should I show respect to them?

Rodriguez claims that the police unjustifiably killed his brother and best friend. However, when the NY Post looked into the names Rodriguez gave them they could find no evidence of their deaths.

The teen eventually apologized for his actions but only because the landlord threatened to throw him out.

“I apologized because it was between the house and apologizing.”

The landlord heard about the incident and immediately came to rectify the issue forcing the child into his half-hearted apology.

“I left my job, came to the apartment, and told them they have to get out of there. I’ve got a deep respect for all the police — I didn’t know they would do something like that.”

The teen even expressed sympathy for the death of the Familia, the death the officers were mourning.

“I feel sympathy for that, because all she was trying to do was take bad people off the street. It was wrong because she did not do anything wrong.”

Then why would you play derogatory music when officers are their to mourn her death? Because your brother and best friend were ‘killed’ by the police even when there is no evidence this is true? Or is it because you’ve been brainwashed by black activists who have you convinced that all police officers are bad?

Maybe if you had some thoughts for yourself you would recognize that those thousands of police officers you insulted keep you safe and help ensure that your life continues for another day, every day.