The Denver police union is selling T-shirts commemorating the good times they had last month. It costs just $10, which is quite a deal!
The back of the shirts reads, "We get up early to beat the crowds" and "2008 DNC," and has a caricature of a police officer holding a baton.Police Union Shirt Celebrates Beating of DNC Protesters
Detective Nick Rogers, a member of the Police Protective Association board, said police often issue T-shirts to commemorate big events.
Rogers said each Denver officer was given one of the shirts free and others are on sale for $10 each at police union offices.
He said the union expects to sell about 2,000 of them.
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