NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on the funeral of a slain New York City police officer (all times local):New York City's police commissioner says he wonders why there's no public "outrage" over the loss of a woman who made the ultimate sacrifice in her job as police officer.James P. O'Neill got a standing ovation at the officer's funeral Tuesday when he asked, "Where are the demonstrations?" over the killing of Miosotis Familia (mee-oh-SOH'-tihs fuh-MIHL'-yuh).Law enforcers have lined up for blocks outside the Bronx funeral for a slain New York Police Department officer.Officer Miosotis Familia (mee-oh-SOH'-tihs fuh-MIHL'-yuh), a mother of three, was shot to death last week while sitting in a police vehicle.A New York City police officer who was shot and killed while sitting inside her police vehicle last week will be laid to rest Tuesday morning.
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