A Denver police officer going through termination for not receiving the COVID-19 vaccine will not be giving up his authorized battle after a decide dismissed officers’ problem to town’s mandate.

Officer Jonathon Christian and his lawyer Randy Corporon joined “Fox & Friends” Thursday to debate what’s subsequent as Christian faces potential firing underneath Denver’s mandate for all legislation enforcement officers to be vaccinated by the top of September.

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It’s disheartening,” Christian stated. “I would have thought that the sacrifices that not only I’ve made but the other officers in the department have made would have spoken volumes and that we shouldn’t have had to have been a part of this experiment.”

Corporon, who represents seven officers together with Christian, fears his administrative appeals to the Denver Department of Health underneath the decide’s ruling will take a number of weeks to be addressed.

It’s not going to stop anyone from losing their job tomorrow,” Corporon stated.

Christian revealed he is aware of “quite a few” officers whose final day on the job might be Oct. 1, which he stated might create a employees scarcity that places Denver residents in danger.

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I can imagine that wait times are going to go up, violent crime is going to go up, but that’s kind of the decision that the mayor and the governor and the director of health and safety have made,” Christian stated.

Christian advised host Ainsley Earhardt he isn’t anti-vaccine however believes it needs to be every individual’s option to make their very own medical selections, including he is aware of “numerous” officers who’ve been vaccinated “against their will.”

I haven’t been forced to get vaccines in the past, and I just believe that it should be my choice,” he stated.

Corporon stated practically 200 individuals needed to be a part of the officers’ lawsuit, together with firemen and different Denver metropolis officers.

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock launched the next assertion after the decide’s ruling: “The judge’s ruling confirms this mandate is an appropriate way to protect the health and safety of city employees and workers in high-risk settings throughout Denver. This is about saving lives, and we’re grateful to the 94 percent of city employees who are complying with the vaccine public health order. Our city employees have always put service to their community first, and they have demonstrated that once again by getting vaccinated.”