One thing I noticed in the very first comments (haven’t been back to You Tube to check them out again) was the extreme hostility directed toward Sergeant Crowley.
For example, he was ridiculed by several viewers for his comment about Kool Aid. He was asked if beer would be on the menu at the second talk and he said a definite "no", following that up with the idea of iced tea, Kool Aid, etc. In other words, it wouldn't be a jovial get to-gether over drinks.
I found the reference to Kool Aid amusing as it seemed to show that the Sergeant has small children in his house. Many American families on a budget use it during the summer. However, to these initial commenters, the Kool Aid was a weapon to be turned on him derisively. Those folks sure wouldn’t last long in a Gates of Vienna forum.
No wonder the Natick police are providing protection for his family.
[End of post. More commentary tomorrow, God willing and the Creek don't rise.]