The family of a Barnard college student killed in a Manhattan park blasted a police union chief on Monday, saying he tried to blame the 18-year-old victim for her own death.
Tess Majors was fatally stabbed in Morningside Park, a short distance from Barnard College, Wednesday evening.
Majors’ family, however, criticized Mullins for what they said was “irresponsible public speculation.”
Shortly after Majors’ family released a statement, Mullins said his comments “were never directed at the victim, but rather [Mayor Bill] de Blasio,” the Daily News reported.
After the radio interview, de Blasio criticized the union president’s comments as “heartless.”

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