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Topic - Jessenia Guzman
A New York police officer was reprimanded for speaking Spanish on the job — and supervisors aren't apologizing, saying the cop was clearly in violation of departmental policy.
She said that a co-worker walked by and made a comment and that she responded in Spanish without thinking.
"It was just natural," Officer Guzman said in the Fox News report. "She walked by. She was going to get coffee. She said something. I responded [in Spanish]. That was it."