James Woods Starts Tweeting Officers Killed In The Line Of Duty. Twitter Locks His Account

James Woods posted a list of all law enforcement officers who had died all over the United States in the line of duty ever since 2020 began.

James Woods Stated: 

“Starting today, I’ll be listing police officers who died in the line of duty in 2020. Some will be from deaths seemingly unrelated. A cancer death, however, may have resulted from assisting during the World Trade Center rescue and aftermath, for example.”

James Woods gathered the names of the deceased police officers from “Office Down Memorial Page.”

Chris Cosgriff, a police officer who founded the Officer Down Memorial Page in 1996, claimed that “When a police officer is killed, it’s not an agency that loses an officer, it’s an entire nation.”

On a Tuesday morning, James Woods had been locked out of Twitter, stating, “Twitter offered no explanation for locking my account. I had started posting the names of all police officers who have died in the line of duty this year. I was nowhere near going through the 97 names (as of this date), but I’m guessing it irked one of the lefties in charge.” after compiling a list of police officers. 

Woods also stated, “This happened to another conservative verified user I know. They locked her account, then immediately unlocked it. I’m guessing other free thinkers have had the same experience. Probably practicing for the upcoming purge of conservative speech during the election cycle.”

A few hours later, James Woods had published a piece regarding a notice from Twitter that he had received, stating that his account had been locked due to a clip of a man punching a patient in a nursing home he posted. 

Twitter stated that it understood James Woods’ tweet was aimed to shed clarity concerning the clip and that he desired to share it for the law enforcement to notice. After Twitter had verified that the law enforcement had been informed of the clip and apprehended the suspect, Twitter still requested James Woods’ to delete the particular tweet before Twitter allowed him to regain access to his account. 

James Woods tweeted in response, “The infamous video in question was the appalling beating of a nursing home resident in Detroit. The victim was a frail old white man, and the assailant was a young black nurse who was a boxer. Twitter insisted that video be wiped before they would unlock my account. Surprised?”