Filmmaker/actor Quentin Tarantino was recently embroiled in a war of words with the NYPD commissioner Bill Bratton after he voiced his staunch opinions against of police brutality in America, even helping to lead a rally against the issue. Things were taken up another notch when it was revealed that the NYPD was allegedly calling for a boycott of his new film The Hateful Eight.

Tarantino recently visited the comedic show Opie With Jim Norton show on satellite radio and he delved into the matter, clarifying his initial statements, but also doubling down on his viewpoints, sharing that he believes crooked police not only need to be held accountable by society but also their peers in the justice system.

Check out the clip below.