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A former Brooklyn teacher who appeared to call for violence against police officers in a photo posted to Instagram during Friday's funeral of slain New York Police Detective Jason Rivera, claims his words were 'misconstrued' and that he was only pointing out the 'vulnerability' of the crowd of cops. Christopher Flanigan told the New York Post on Sunday that he had received death threats and calls for his firing over the since-deleted post showing an overhead shot of thousands of officers outside St. Patrick's Cathedral for the funeral of Rivera, 22, who was fatally shot while responding to a domestic call Harlem on January 21. Flanigan captioned the photo in his Instagram story: '5/30/20: NYPD SUV drives into a crowd of protestors. Ideal conditions for reciprocity,' according to the New York Post. 'I was really just trying to show the vulnerability of all of these police officers being in the same place at the same time which seems like a dangerous situation for anyone that would be that gathered together,' Flanigan told the Post on Sunday. Late Sunday afternoon, Coney Island Prep released a statement to the Post stating that Flanigan is no longer employed at the school.