Crowds mourn slain NYPD officer as suspect indicted for murder

Reverend Al Sharpton addresses the National Action Network's House of Justice in New York

Hundreds of mourners paid their respects on Tuesday to slain New York City Police Officer Randolph Holder, while the man accused of killing him sat in handcuffs inside a Manhattan courthouse as a grand jury indicted him for murder. A line of officers four blocks long formed at midday outside the Greater Allen A.M.E. Cathedral of New York in the city’s borough of Queens to view Holder’s body. Police Commissioner William Bratton was there and Mayor Bill de Blasio was expected to arrive later on Tuesday.

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