REPORT: Quentin Tarantino Expected to ‘Apologize’ For Cop Comments

Screen Shot 2015-11-03 at 7.41.12 AMThis apology isn’t coming from the heart, it will be coming from Hollywood’s deep pockets crying to keep their money.

The Wrap is reporting that director Quentin Tarantino is expected to apologize in the near future for calling police officers “murderers” at an anti-cop hate rally in New York last month. How exactly one apologizes or clarifies smearing others as murderers is hard to predict, but that is the apparent plan:

But an individual with knowledge of the situation said the director is planning to explain his comments in an opinion piece and apologize to those who were offended. The exact time and media outlet will be decided by the director, the individual said.

After Tarantino said this in New York while standing front of a sign that read “Stop Police Terror” …

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