North Carolina police department fires officers who said black people could be wiped-out with civil war Comments captured on video showed one cop saying mass-slaughter would ‘put ‘em back about four or five generations’ North Carolina cops fired over ‘extremely racist’ N-word-laden threatsThree veteran North Carolina cops have been fired after they were recorded making racist threats — with one calling for a civil war to “start slaughtering them f—ing n—ers,”… Three North Carolina officers fired after racist comments on video emergeRecording captured one of the officers saying a civil war was necessary to wipe Black people off the map and that he was ready ‘We are just gonna go out and start slaughtering them’: Three cops fired after racist talk of killing black residents“Wipe ‘em off the f------ map,” Officer Michael "Kevin" Piner said of African Americans. “That’ll put 'em back about four or five generations.” Three N.C. Officers Fired After Police Find Racist Comments on VideoThe officers in Wilmington, N.C., were fired for misconduct. The recording captured one saying, “We are just going to go out and start slaughtering” black people, according to a report. Police chiefs are cracking down on misconduct — including brutality and overt racism — and losing their own jobs, tooLaw enforcement leaders are grappling with misconduct from coast to coast as protesters and activistist put scrutiny on departments and seek accountability. Law enforcement struggles with policing in reckoning momentWASHINGTON (AP) — As calls for police reform swell across America, officers say they feel caught in the middle: vilified by the left as violent racists, fatally ambushed by extremists on the right... Four weeks after George Floyd's death, an embattled police union finally speaks outNearly a month after the death of George Floyd at the hands of law enforcement, and after repeatedly refusing requests for comment on an incident that sparked nationwide calls for policing reform, officials from the Police Officers Federation of Minneapol 9 Departments and Multiple Infractions for One New Jersey Police OfficerWith no licenses that can be revoked and no database tracking their misconduct, officers in New Jersey are able to jump from agency to agency, even after they are fired.