Blue Lives Radio: The Life And Legacy Of A Police Officer

Blue Lives Radio, hosted by Lt. Randy Sutton (ret.)

Blue Lives Radio, hosted by Lt. Randy Sutton (ret.)

The baby they delivered on the side of a country road… the life they saved performing mouth to mouth… the child whose memories of a figure in blue pulling her from the flames.

The memories of a life well lived deserves to be memorialized forever and now they can. Every Law Enforcement Officer leaves a legacy. They touch the lives of thousands during their long careers.

Blue Lives Matter national spokesmen Randy Sutton (pictured) host Blue Lives Radio.

Blue Lives Matter national spokesmen Randy Sutton (pictured) hosts Blue Lives Radio.

BLUE LIVES RADIO, THE VOICE OF AMERICAN LAW ENFORCEMENT Host Lt Randy Sutton interviews two men who are responsible for contributing millions of dollars to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, the founders of the “POLICE UNITY TOUR” Patrick Montuore and Harry Phillips. They reveal how every cop in America can be remembered forever at the National Law Enforcement Officers Museum under construction in Washington D.C.

Also in this episode Lt Sutton memorializes five Law Enforcement Officers who gave their lives last week and in this weeks segment of Randy’s “VIEW FROM THE BLUE”. Randy calls out the Bellevue Washington School Board and Teachers for using their classrooms to sway the opinions of children to support the racist hate group Black Lives Matter.

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Lieutenant Randy Sutton

Randy is a 34 year Law Enforcement veteran and the National Spokesman for ‘BlueLivesMatter”. He is recognized as one of the most highly decorated officers in America, having awards for Valor, Community Service, Exemplary Service and multiple Lifesaving awards. Author: “True Blue To Protect and Serve” – Police Stories by Those Who Have Lived Them and “A Cop’s Life” – True Stories from the Heart Behind the Badge and the “Power of Legacy.”
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