The man who allegedly killed an New York Police Department officer in an unprovoked attack early Wednesday has a history of negative views about police officers, according to a social media post he wrote last December.
Ex-convict 34-year-old Alexander Bonds posted a video on Facebook last September threatening to "do something" about police officers who he said were killing people.
"I'm not hesitating. It ain't happening. I wasn't a b**** in jail and I'm not going to be a b**** in these streets. They don't f*** with me and I damn sure don't f*** with them," Bonds said in a Facebook video last September. "I'm not playing Mr. Officer. I don't care about 100 police watching this s**t. You see this face or anything, then leave it alone, trust and believe. I got broken ribs for a reason, son. We gonna shake. We gonna do something.
"Don't think every brother, cousin or uncle you got that get (unintelligible) in jail is because of a Blood or Crip," Bonds said. "Police be killing and saying an inmate killed them."
Police say Bonds fatally shot 48-year-old female NYPD officer Miosotis Familia in the head through the passenger window around 12:30 a.m. Wednesday as she sat in a mobile command unit writing in her notebook. The mother of three was a 12-year veteran of the force and was stationed in the area because of a triple shooting that happened in the area in March. Although NYPD patrol cars are equipped with bullet resistant windows, mobile command units do not have the same capabilities.
Authorities say they identified Bonds and caught up to him several blocks from the crime, fatally shooting him after he brandished a revolver at them. Bonds had reportedly had no prior contact with Familia.
Bonds was captured on surveillance video leaving a convenience store nearby, pulling his hooded sweater over his head, wearing gloves, and approaching Familia's vehicle. Though the shooting was not captured on video, police said Bonds can be seen on the surveillance video fleeing the scene with the gun in his hand.