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The Rise Of The Armed Citizen (By Ginny Simone)

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Published on: May 27, 2015

The Rise Of The Armed Citizen

Those who push restrictive gun laws would have you think guns are only the tools of criminals, and that law-abiding citizens never use them in defense of self and others. In fact, Shannon Watts, head of the Michael Bloomberg-funded Moms Demand Action, said just that in a television interview last year.

“This has never happened,” Watts said, referring to NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre’s statement that the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. “Data shows it doesn’t happen.”

Of course, we know the opposite is true. Armed, law-abiding citizens use firearms in self-defense many times each day throughout the nation. And gun rights advocates love hearing the stories. That’s why “The Armed Citizen®” column ranks as the most popular section of this magazine.

The story of Mark Vaughan, NRA Life member and chief operating officer of Vaughan Foods in Moore, Okla., must give Watts and other gun-ban advocates a tremendous headache. Vaughan, as you’ll likely recall, is the armed citizen who ran to his truck, grabbed his AR-15 rifle and shot a crazed attacker who had already beheaded one woman and was cutting on his next victim.

Not wanting to draw attention to himself, Vaughan had been unwilling to speak to the media since the attack. He recently decided to grant me an exclusive interview about what happened that fateful day.“Others who were right there at the time of the initial attack were kicking, hitting, throwing chairs, books. And they were unable to stop him. He was determined, and he chased several folks off with a knife.”

Incidentally, Vaughan is also a reserve deputy sheriff for the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Department, a fact unknown to many working at Vaughan Foods on Sept. 24, 2014. On that day, however, he was just another American, going about his normal daily duties—until emergency alarms sounded. He didn’t yet know that Alton Nolen, a recently fired employee, had already beheaded 54-year-old grandmother Colleen Hufford and was continuing his attack.

“I immediately exited my office,” Vaughan said. “I went down to my personal vehicle where I keep an AR-15 rifle. I donned a vest that said County Sheriff on it and ran about 130 yards to the customer service area. It was a bad scene. Many people were exiting the building; people were crying and screaming. It was a very chaotic situation.

When he entered the building, Vaughan couldn’t believe the carnage he saw. But he knew he had to do something to stop the attack.

“When I first arrived down that hallway, I could see the knife raised above his head and strokes with the knife, blows with the knife,” he said. “I yelled at him to stop and he did. He took a few steps toward me and then disappeared around another hallway. I proceeded after him.”

Vaughan said the attack occurred during a shift change. Consequently, there was a lot of activity in the area, with employees coming and going.

“Suddenly he reappeared, running at me and others near me at full speed with the knife still in hand, blood on his arm and on the knife,” Vaughan said. “I yelled a couple of times for him to stop, and he did not. And just at about 12 to 15 feet from me, I fired three rounds. He collapsed to the floor [with] the knife still in his hand. I stopped the threat.”

For his quick, efficient actions, many—including this publication—have called Vaughan a hero. Looking back, he still doesn’t consider himself a hero, although he admits he might have saved many more lives with his action.

“I do not view myself as a hero at all,” he said. “I did what I had to do to protect the folks that work for me to stop this atrocity.“When I owned the company, I allowed concealed-carry holders to carry in the facility and to keep firearms in their cars,” Vaughan said. “My opinion is a gun-free zone just simply makes it harder for the rest of us to protect ourselves.”

“But I have no doubt that Traci Johnson would likely be dead today, as well as others he was targeting. He would not have quit, had a firearm not been involved here by someone who is trained to use it. The consequences, though bad enough, would have been much greater. My involvement was a very thin slice of time, less than three minutes. But afterward it really hit home, the heinous nature of this crime. We have some people that are not back to work; many are still in counseling, very understandably.”

In fact, Johnson, the second victim whose throat was cut but who was saved by Vaughan’s quick response, has seen her life changed forever. She was in the women’s locker room when she heard the worst scream she’d heard in her entire life.

“When I first saw him [Nolen], it was just pure evil,” she said. “His eyes looked like they could just pop out of his head. I see this knife, bloody knife in his hand, and I just froze. And he ran after me. The next thing you know he started attacking me and started slicing my neck.”

Interestingly, according to Vaughan the current ownership of the company doesn’t allow employees to carry firearms during working hours. There’s no restriction to them being in personal vehicles. They do allow armed security, although on the day of the incident there was no armed security on site.

“There are several [right-to-carry permit holders] here, and some involved directly in this event who have since received their concealed-carry permit and I know are practicing. It’s worth every penny.”

Vaughan believes Nolen was probably aware of the “no carry” policy before he started his knife attack, which might have emboldened the vicious murderer.

“He had gone through orientation here and the training that’s required before a full-time employee starts here,” he said. “I’m sure he was apprised of the policies about guns.”

Vaughan believes the armed citizen is America’s first line of defense. Even though he is involved in law enforcement as a reserve deputy, he knows the police can’t always get there in time when the chips are really down.

“You cannot take the attitude they [attacks] are not going to happen to you or to your workplace,” he said. “We need to know they will happen with more frequency moving forward.”

“I believe that firearms should be part of that strategy by qualified and trained individuals. And to have those people allowed to have firearms in the building, have access to firearms. We cannot rely on law enforcement to be there the instant they’re needed. That’s not reality.”“Whether you’re civilian or law enforcement, it’s something that you need to take seriously,” [Vaughan] said. “And by that, I mean you need to be out at the range shooting, getting training. There’s lots of good training available out there. It’s worth every penny.

Vaughan also believes Americans should feel a sense of responsibility toward their fellow man. That’s only natural. But without being properly equipped—in this case, with a firearm—living up to that responsibility can be very difficult.

“When you’re faced with the violence that our team here and I faced on that day, it’s not about a ban on a certain thing,” he said, addressing firearm bans. “It’s about that innate responsibility we have to protect those around us and to protect ourselves. And anything that restricts that is going against that thing that we hold most dear.”

While a strong proponent of Right-to-Carry by average citizens, Vaughan says all who choose to carry or keep a firearm for self-defense have a duty to properly train with that firearm. Because, as he learned last September, when the situation is dire, training takes over.

“Whether you’re civilian or law enforcement, it’s something that you need to take seriously,” he said. “And by that, I mean you need to be out at the range shooting, getting training. There’s lots of good training available out there. It’s worth every penny.”

“The stories you hear about tunnel vision are true. I mean, everything for me shut down except my focus on that individual. I have gone through scenarios in my mind, but there’s no thinking or no opening textbooks. My training took over.”

Johnson, who still bears the scars—both physical and mental—from the attack, sums up the story well. She has since left the company because she has flashbacks just going to the crime scene, but she has said she will always be grateful that Vaughan had his rifle in his vehicle—and that he knew how to use it when the time came.

“Mr. Vaughan saved my life, and I thank God for him every day,” she said. “You know, I say that he’s my hero, he’s an inspiration to me. If he wouldn’t have been there, I’d probably not be here today, and Nolen would have probably killed some other people also.”

Vaughan Named NRA LEO Of The Year

For his heroic actions to stop the attack at Vaughan Foods, Mark Vaughan has been named Law Enforcement Officer of the Year by the     National Rifle Association. His dual role as both armed citizen and reserve sheriff’s deputy ensured that he was at the right place at the right time when employees were fighting for their lives.

“The actions of Deputy Vaughan on Sept. 24 were nothing short of heroic,” Jim Porter, outgoing NRA president, said while presenting the award to Vaughan during the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Nashville, Tenn., in April. “Thinking quickly and clearly, he put an end to an unspeakable rampage. The National Rifle Association is honored to name Deputy Vaughan as NRA’s Law Enforcement Officer of the Year.”

The NRA Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award was established in 1993 and recognizes an exceptional act or service by a law enforcement officer and is administered by the NRA Law Enforcement Division. Nominations are accepted from anyone having knowledge of the nominee’s actions.

Terror In The Heartland

Many have reported that Alton Nolen, the attacker at Vaughan Foods, was engaged in an act of terror against those he hated. You sure won’t find Mark Vaughan arguing against that assertion.

“There is not a single day that goes by that I don’t think about the incident, that I don’t run those images through my mind,” Vaughan said. “Terrorism is here.”

Vaughan knows that many people don’t even want to think about the possibility of terrorist attacks in the United States. And even though this attack was officially labeled “workplace violence,” he believes most Americans know the truth.

“The heinous and barbaric nature of this attack, I think, put everyone on their heels,” Vaughan said. “I don’t think the population of this country is convinced [it was workplace violence]. They know the basis behind this attack.”

Vaughan added that it’s up to the jury to decide Nolen’s fate. But he hopes the violence of the attack hits home with many Americans, creating the awareness that homegrown terror does, indeed, exist.

“We still live in the greatest country in the world and I’m proud—very much—to be an American,” he said. “But we need to know that it’s going to be part of how we lead our daily lives moving forward.”

De Blasio Blames Others for City Crimewave That HE Created

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Published on: May 27, 2015

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The number of shootings and murders is up in the city, but Mayor Bill de Blasio says gang-on-gang crime is to blame for the recent upswing.

Although the number of murders is on the rise, de Blasio said the situation is better than it has been in recent years, 1010 WINS’ Juliet Papa reports.

“We are down compared to last year to date, we’re down from the year before that,” de Blasio said. “Where we’re at this year compared to last year, and previous years, we are still at one of the lowest murder rates we have ever had in the history of the city.”

However, there were eight murders last week alone, and at least one expert is fearful because he says the crime is pushing from the outer boroughs to Manhattan tourist sports, CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reported.

“The fact that there is a significant spike in violent crime, specifically shootings and murders, gives us pause to believe there is something that is just not right in the city’s policing system right now,” said former FBI agent and NYPD sergeant Manny Gomez.

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Low IQ Washington D.C. police chief downplays ruling on concealed carry law

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Published on: May 26, 2015

Citing the low number of concealed carry permit applications the District has received, D.C. Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier on Tuesday downplayed the effects of a federal court ruling that strikes down the city’s requirement gun owners demonstrate a “good reason” in order to receive the permits.

Since October, when regulations for the issuance of concealed carry permits took effect, through May 9, the Metropolitan Police Department received 107 applications and denied 42. It has granted 26 concealed carry permits.

“It’s not a huge impact for us. We haven’t had a huge number of applicants,” Chief Lanier said during an interview Tuesday on NewsTalk with Bruce Depuyt. “Our residents have been pretty clear this is not something that they wanted. A very small number of D.C. residents have applied for concealed carry.”

You’re 45% more likely to be murdered in de Blasio’s Manhattan

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Published on: May 26, 2015

Murders are way up so far this year in Manhattan, The Post has learned.

Sixteen people were killed around the borough between the first of the year and Sunday. Over the same period last year, the figure was 11. That’s an increase of about 45 percent.

Shootings in the borough have also soared.

There have been 50 “shooting incidents’’ since Jan. 1, compared with 31 in the same time period in 2014 — an increase of about 38 percent. Some of these “incidents’’ involved more than one victim.

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Brave Judge Refuses to Throw Accused Cop to the Mob in Ohio Shooting Case

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Published on: May 26, 2015

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Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge John O’Donnell did something absolutely amazing on Saturday, when he chose to acquit white Cleveland cop Michael Brelo of manslaughter in the 2012 killing of two lawbreakers who sent police on a 22-mile car chase.

“Brelo’s entire use of deadly force was a constitutionally reasonable response to an objectionably reasonably perceived threat of great bodily harm,” the judge announced.

He added, “I will not sacrifice him to the public frustrated by historical mistreatment at the hands of other officers.”

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Bloomturd’s Fake NYC Gun Store Used Actors Instead of Customers, Ignored NYC Gun Laws

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Published on: May 23, 2015

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From the Shooter’s Log:

In an exclusive, the Shooter’s Log has learned that actors were used to portray customers in a fake gun shop “public service announcement” produced by States United Against Gun Violence earlier this year.

The New York City Mayor’s Office of Media has confirmed these facts in its response to a Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) request submitted in March.

“States United To Prevent Gun Violence opens a ‘gun store’ in NYC as a hidden camera social experiment to debunk safety myths,” the CeaseFire USA project claimed in its description of the video. The “social experiment,” like the “gun shop” itself, was pre-arranged, permits approved by the city indicate.

“Actors are interviewed on camera in a fake gun store,” the permits’ scene descriptions reveal.

Additionally it was revealed that Bloomturd ignored all of NYC’s gun laws in order to create his fake gun store and the NYPD looked the other way. Lawless, crooked & stupid: welcome to New York City!

Subway Terrorists “The Conquestors” Arrested by NYPD – All Are Teenagers

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Published on: May 23, 2015
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A new YouTube video apparently shows teens sneaking onto a stored subway car and taking control of it. (Credit: D.J. Hammers, via YouTube)

Police have arrested seven teenagers in the last three months, on accusations that they committed acts of vandalism on the subways.

The group, known as the Subway Conquestors, has been implicated in several incidents in recent months.

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Manhunt in Brooklyn for Daron Wint – Torturer & Murderer of Women & Children

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Published on: May 21, 2015

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Major new developments in the brutal murders of a Washington, D.C. businessman, his wife, ten-year-old son and a housekeeper inside their home. Right now, an intense manhunt is underway in Brooklyn, New York for Daron Wint–the man wanted in connection with the crimes.

WJZ Investigator Mike Hellgren with more on the suspect and what led police to search for him.

Authorities believe Daron Wint is long gone. They think he is in New York. His girlfriend there is being interviewed by police. She has told them that she believes Wint will turn himself in. That has not yet happened.

Police connected a man from Maryland, Daron Wint, to the murders of a wealthy family through DNA he left on a pizza he ordered while holding them hostage in their mansion.

Sources say he tortured the youngest victim — ten-year-old Phillip Savopoulos.

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NYPD Ordered to Stop Arresting Drug Dealers Over 40; Have Fun, Grandpa

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Published on: May 20, 2015

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In the past few years, the New York City Police Department has discovered that younger drug dealers are more likely to be armed with guns and dangerous. As a result, the NYPD narcotics department issued a new rule to their narcotics division: stop arresting drug dealers over the age of 40.

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Judge Strikes Down DC Carry Law, “Good Reason” Provision Unconstitutional

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Published on: May 19, 2015

A federal judge on Monday put on hold the District’s requirement that gun owners demonstrate a “good reason” in order to receive a concealed carry permit — saying the licensing scheme deprives citizens of their Second Amendment rights.

U.S. District Judge Frederick J. Scullin Jr. granted a preliminary injunction in a lawsuit brought by three gun owners that seeks to overturn the new D.C. firearms law on the grounds that the regulations are so strict that they make it impossible to exercise their right to bear arms.

In the 23-page opinion, the judge wrote that the District’s “good reason” requirement goes far beyond reasonable concealed carry restrictions, that the gun owners are likely to win the case and that the city cannot enforce the law in the meantime.

“For all intents and purposes, this requirement makes it impossible for the overwhelming majority of law-abiding citizens to obtain licenses to carry handguns in public for self-defense, thereby depriving them of their Second Amendment right to bear arms,” Judge Scullin wrote.

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SCOPE Calls for NYS Police to Amend Policy on Firearms Destruction to Conform to New U.S. Supreme Court Ruling

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Published on: May 19, 2015

Colden, NY – The Shooters Committee on Public Education (“SCOPE”) today called upon the Superintendent of the New York State Police to immediately rescind sections of its “Field Guide” upon news that the U.S. Supreme Court had ruled that firearms owners retain their property rights to sell or transfer their guns, even in the event the owner is permanently disqualified from future use and possession of their guns. SCOPE issued its open letter to the Superintendent calling for the “immediate rescission” of specified portions of the “Field Guide” that otherwise calls for the immediate destruction of confiscated firearms the NYS Police deem “nuisance firearms.”

Calling the unanimous decision of Henderson vs. U.S. a victory for gun owners across the country and especially here in New York, Stephen Aldstadt, President of SCOPE said, “We have been telling the NYS Police their approach to firearms confiscation and destruction was unconstitutional since we first saw the Field Guide in September 2013. Now, the NYS Police are required to change their policy and refrain from destroying the personal property of gun owners, regardless the circumstances under which firearms are taken into police custody.”

Paloma A. Capanna, Attorney and Director of Legal Affairs for SCOPE, added that for more than a year, SCOPE has been fighting in court through an appeal of a FOIL requesting standard operating procedures used to determine when a firearm would be considered a “nuisance firearm,” a term that is not codified by statute or regulation. “Basically,” says Capanna, “NYS Police said they had ‘no records’ of any criteria to determine which firearm, once confiscated, would be destroyed. Henderson vs. U.S. effectively halts the arbitrary and capricious behavior of the NYS Police when it comes to destruction or forfeiture of any firearm taken into inventory for any reason.”

The pending case of SCOPE vs. Cuomo is before NYS Supreme Court Judge McNamara, who recently denied the State’s motion to dismiss and directed that they answer the Petition demanding records production.

SCOPE member Bill Robinson recently won a victory in Robinson vs. Cuomo, wherein Judge McNamara ruled that NYS Police must release statistical information on the statewide registry for “assault weapons.”

SCOPE has also previously called for the NYS Police to shut down its “hotline” as providing vague and often contradictory responses to caller questions.

SCOPE is currently engaged in a “Stop the Secrecy!” campaign, asking individuals to join a mass submission of FOILs to the NYS Police for any data it may have in its “Integrated Safe Act Reporting System” (“ISARS”), which, to date, has functioned as a secret database.

US Supreme Court says convicted felons can sell their guns

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Published on: May 19, 2015

A unanimous Supreme Court ruled Monday that the government can’t prevent a convicted felon who is barred from possessing firearms from trying to sell his guns after they are confiscated by authorities.

The justices sided with Tony Henderson, a former U.S. Border Patrol agent who agreed to turn over his collection of 19 firearms to the FBI as a condition of release after he was arrested and charged with distributing marijuana.

After he pleaded guilty, Henderson wanted to sell the weapons valued at more than $3,500 to a friend, or transfer them to his wife. But lower courts found that doing so would technically give Henderson possession of the weapons in violation of the law. Prosecutors also said they were concerned that Henderson’s friend or wife might give him access to the weapons.

Writing for the court, Justice Elena Kagan said letting a convicted felon sell or transfer guns is allowed as long as a court is satisfied that the person getting the weapons won’t give the felon control over them.

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Mark Vaughan: NRA LEO Of The Year (Stopped Jihadi Beheading)

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Published on: May 19, 2015

Mark Vaughan: NRA LEO Of The Year

For his heroic actions to stop a hideous beheading attack last fall at Vaughan Foods in Moore, Okla., Oklahoma County Reserve Deputy Mark Vaughan has been selected as the Law Enforcement Officer of the Year by the National Rifle Association.

Vaughan’s dual role as both armed citizen and reserve sheriff’s deputy ensured that he was at the right place at the right time last Sept. 24 when employees at the food plant had to fight for their lives. On that day, Vaughan was going about his daily duties as chief operating officer of Vaughan Foods when terrorism struck the Sooner State.

When the emergency alarms sounded, Vaughan didn’t yet know that Alton Nolen, a recently fired employee, had already beheaded 54-year-old grandmother Colleen Hufford and was continuing his attack.

“I immediately exited my office,” Vaughan recently told NRA News investigative journalist Ginny Simone in an exclusive interview. “I went down to my personal vehicle where I keep an AR-15 rifle. I donned a vest that said County Sheriff on it and ran about 130 yards to the customer service area. It was a bad scene. Many people were exiting the building, people were crying and screaming. It was a very chaotic situation.

“Others who were right there at the time of the initial attack were kicking, hitting, throwing chairs, books. And they were unable to stop him. He was determined, and he chased several folks off with a knife.”

When he entered the building, Vaughan couldn’t believe the carnage he saw. But he knew he had to do something to stop the attack.

“When I first arrived down that hallway, I could see the knife raised above his head and strokes with the knife, blows with the knife,” he said. “I yelled at him to stop and he did. He took a few steps toward me and then disappeared around another hallway. I proceeded after him.”

Vaughan said the attack occurred during a shift change. Consequently, there was a lot of activity in the area, with employees coming and going.

“Suddenly he reappeared, running at me and others near me at full speed with the knife still in hand, blood on his arm and on the knife,” Vaughan said. “I yelled a couple of times for him to stop, and he did not. And just at about 12 to 15 feet from me, I fired three rounds. He collapsed to the floor [with] the knife still in his hand. I stopped the threat.”

Outgoing NRA President Jim Porter presented Vaughan with the Law Enforcement Officer of the Year honor at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Nashville, Tenn., last month.

“The actions of Deputy Vaughan on Sept. 24 were nothing short of heroic,” Porter said. “Thinking quickly and clearly, he put an end to an unspeakable rampage. The National Rifle Association is honored to name Deputy Vaughan as NRA’s Law Enforcement Officer of the Year.”

The NRA Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award, established in 1993 to recognize an exceptional act or service by a law enforcement officer, is administered by the NRA Law Enforcement Division. Nominations are accepted from anyone having knowledge of the nominee’s actions.

NYPD Commissioner Considering Granting Amnesty To 1.2 Million Low-Level Offenders

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Published on: May 19, 2015

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Police Commissioner Bill Bratton is behind a controversial proposal to grant amnesty to more than 1 million people with open warrants for low-level offenses.

But some experts worry it could cause crime to skyrocket.

First he called for reduced penalties for smoking marijuana. Now, Bratton wants to explore granting amnesty to 1.2 million city residents with open warrants for low-level offenses, people who run the risk of being arrested for failing to resolve tickets for drinking in public, disorderly conduct and the like, CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reported Monday.

There is one statistic that shows the magnitude of the problem. Last year, of the hundreds of thousands of tickets that were given out for low-level offenses, fully 40 percent of the people either skipped the proceedings or didn’t show up, Kramer reported.

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Published on: May 18, 2015

In the video, police officers from the 30th precinct in Harlem are seen questioning a reported 14-year-old girl over a false alarm on a police call box. It looks like the officers were about to leave the scene after questioning the girl without taking any action, but an argument between the girl, bystanders and the cops ensued and at the 6:15 mark, the driver of the unmarked police car got out and it looks like he tried to make an arrest.

This led to a larger confrontation where the crowd successfully separated the girl from the police officer and prevented him from taking her into custody. A second undercover police car arrived at 7:38, but both cars left the scene without taking anyone into custody — neither the girl or any of the bystanders seen pushing and shoving the officers in the video:

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