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Baltimore Police Union Forces City Leadership To Admit They Gave “Stand Down Orders” During Riots

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Published on: July 1, 2015

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The Baltimore Police Union is demanding public records of radio transmissions and email notifications to prove the leadership in the Baltimore Police Department, specifically Police Chief Batts, told officers NOT to stop the riots and looting.

Facing the probability the police union is going to succeed in their endeavor to put sunlight upon the truth the Mayor, Police Chief Batts and his leadership team are now having to admit they did tell the officers to ‘stand down’. You can listen to some of the audio transmission here.

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Brave new world: de Blasio bans NYC employers from asking applicants about criminal history!

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Published on: June 30, 2015

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I’m guessing this is the new face of equality. Or at least a redefinition of sanity. In any case, welcome to the Big Apple, employers! (From the NY Daily News)

In front of emotional supporters, Mayor de Blasio signed legislation Monday that will prohibit employers from inquiring about a candidate’s criminal record prior to a job offer.

“Today I see hope for people like me,” said Marilyn Scales, 52, of the Bronx, who said she never has had a full-time job because of her record for dealing heroin.

As crazy as this may sound, there’s actually a bit more to this law than meets the eye from the brief Daily News account. That’s not to say that there’s some revelation coming here which makes this a good idea, but it’s a bit more nuanced. To begin with, it was already illegal to deny someone employment based solely on their having a record of criminal convictions unless that record poses a clear threat to persons or property. (Ostensibly, you didn’t have to hire somebody as your accountant who had already been convicted of embezzlement multiple times.) Also, employers couldn’t legally ask about arrests if those arrests were not part of a currently open case or had not led to a conviction.

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Man in Wheelchair Robs New York City Bank and GETS AWAY!

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Published on: June 30, 2015

Police on Tuesday were searching for a man in a wheelchair who is suspected of robbing a New York bank and rolling out of the building with $1,200 cash to make a clean getaway.

The man, who wore a gray hoodie and appeared to be about 30 years old according to surveillance video, is accused of passing a note to a Santander Bank teller in the New York City borough of Queens on Monday afternoon and demanding money, a New York Police Department spokesman said.

Despite never showing a gun to bank workers, the man was not intercepted as he exited the bank in his wheelchair with the loot. No arrests have been made.

 

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Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes Spike in NYC 27% increase

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Published on: June 30, 2015

Hate crimes have spiked in New York City in 2015, according to New York Police Department (NYPD) statistics released Sunday – particularly against Jews.

Hate crimes overall rose 9%, with 127 reported crimes during the first week of June in 2015 compared to 116 at the same time in 2014, the New York Post reports.

Of those, anti-Semitic attacks rose 27% during that period, with 56 over 44 last year.

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Suit Alleges Lamborghini Driving NYPD Cop Raped, Took Naked Pictures of Woman

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Published on: June 30, 2015

A scheming, Lamborghini-driving NYPD cop raped a women he met on a domestic-violence call, then threatened to expose sexy photos he secretly took if she reported him, according to a Brooklyn federal court complaint.

The alleged victim claims Officer Harold Avalos targeted her after he came to her Queens home in September 2012 to respond to a dispute with her then-common-law husband, court papers say.

Avalos then relentlessly began courting her, while allegedly convincing her husband to file a trumped-up theft charge against her.

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Cops livid over proposed ‘police reform’ measures

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Published on: June 30, 2015

Rank-and-file cops are fuming over several “police reform” measures City Council members plan to review this week, including bills that would force cops to get suspects’ consent for searches, imprison police for using chokeholds, and require cops to give out the Civilian Complaint Review Board’s phone number.

“These pieces of legislation have been proposed by individuals who have neither the expertise nor the experience to establish policy in the dangerous business of fighting crime,” PBA President Patrick Lynch said in a statement Sunday.

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Upstate New York Gun Owner Shoots Scumbag Home Invader Who Stabbed His Family

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Published on: June 30, 2015

A Highland man was fatally shot after stabbing three people in a home on Crescent Avenue in Plattekill, state police said Sunday.

Rodshan Pittman, 25, was killed Saturday night by family members of the injured parties, police said.

State police at the Highland barracks declined to release more information on Sunday as an autospy on Pittman’s body is pending, and an investigation continues.

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NYPD launches new community policing plans

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Published on: June 25, 2015

The New York City Police Department unveiled a new policing strategy Thursday meant to keep crime low while also improving the at-times strained relationship between officers and the communities they serve.

The program, dubbed “One City: Safe and Fair Everywhere,” is being launched after an 18-month department review by Police Commissioner William Bratton. He declared the plan will give New Yorkers “a more intimate” relationship with police officers by fixing cops in particular neighborhoods, allowing them to get to know local residents.

Some officers will now patrol the same beat day after day, building a rapport with residents who would soon become familiar faces. Those officers will also be freed up from chasing 911 calls so they can instead build trust, something that Bratton and Mayor Bill de Blasio believe will improve locals’ opinions of officers, which in turn could lead them to be cooperative with investigations.

 

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NYPD a long way from matching city’s racial makeup (Lib Pipe-Dream vs. Reality)

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Published on: June 25, 2015

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Police Commissioner Bill Bratton has a long way to go to comply with Mayor Bill de Blasio’s demands that the number of black cops in the NYPD reflects the city’s overall racial makeup.

The two Police Academy graduating classes since Bratton took office in January 2014 were just 10 percent African-American — far below the 16 percent figure for black cops currently on the force.

De Blasio on Monday announced that 1,300 more cops would be hired after months of insisting there would be no cash for more officers in this year’s city budget.

And the next day he vowed that the NYPD would reflect the city’s population, which is about 23 percent African-American.

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Freddie Gray Case: Autopsy Report Further Undermines Prosecution

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Published on: June 25, 2015

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The Sun did not release the report itself, but merely reported on its “take home” finding that Freddie Gray’s neck injury was caused by a “high energy” impact to his head. As the paper reported:

The state medical examiner’s office concluded that Gray’s death could not be ruled an accident, and was instead a homicide, because officers failed to follow safety procedures “through acts of omission.”

Though Gray was loaded into the van on his belly, the medical examiner surmised that he may have gotten to his feet and was thrown into the wall during an abrupt change in direction. He was not belted in, but his wrists and ankles were shackled, putting him “at risk for an unsupported fall during acceleration or deceleration of the van.”

The medical examiner compared Gray’s injury to those seen in shallow-water diving incidents.

In a separate article consisting of an excerpt from the autopsy report the Sun provides the actual report language on this point:

The type of fracture/dislocation documented in imaging studies on admission is a high energy injury most often caused by abrupt deceleration of a rotated head on a hyperflexed neck, such as seen in shallow water diving incidents.

This is simply another nail in the coffin of Mosby’s efforts to prosecute these officers on the serious charges she’s levied against them, which include depraved-heart murder, manslaughter, and assault.

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thumbVideo: New York State Police “We Know We Have a Problem (With the SAFE Act Implementation)!”

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Published on: June 24, 2015

NY State Police took the first step toward recovery by admitting that they have a problem. The speaker is second amendment and HIPAA attorney Paloma Capanna.

thumbVideo: New York State Police Admit They Have No Security Protocols for Gun Owner Database

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Published on: June 24, 2015

In a shocking admission the NY State Police have admitted that they have no security protocols to protect the personal information of gun owners who register their “assault weapons”

“I’d rather retire than walk a dangerous beat for de Blasio”

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Published on: June 24, 2015

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Mayor de Blasio’s Summer All Out program is turning into an all-out fiasco — with the NYPD forced to dole out massive overtime and cops choosing to retire rather than take part, The Post has learned.

Hizzoner’s highly touted anti-crime initiative is also relying on longtime NYPD desk jockeys to tame the city’s increasingly dangerous streets, which law-enforcement sources called a recipe for disaster.

Summer All Out flooded the city’s 10 worst precincts with 330 extra cops on June 8 — a month earlier than last year — to combat the recent spike in shootings and murders.

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‘Using’ the NYC Police Foundation (More Vile Corruption)

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Published on: June 24, 2015

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The City Council plans to investigate the New York City Police Foundation.

The announcement by Vanessa Gibson of the Bronx, who chairs the council’s public safety committee, follows the disclosure in the New York Post that Police Commissioner Bill Bratton is using the nonprofit group to pay consultants with whom he has had longtime relationships.

The Post said Bratton was doling out “cushy consulting jobs to cronies.” It quoted anonymous former NYPD officials as saying that Bratton used the foundation as a “piggy bank.”

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De Blasio calls for NYPD to hire more black cops (He agrees to hire 1,300 more cops this year)

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Published on: June 24, 2015

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A day after agreeing to give the NYPD 1,300 more cops, Mayor de Blasio issued an ultimatum to hire more black officers.

“We need our force to reflect every element of this city. Speaking plainly, we have not seen as many young men of color, particularly young African-American men, signing up to join the force. It’s crucial that this force reflects all of New York City,” he told a gathering of black clergy at One Police Plaza Tuesday.

The mayor did not say what measures the NYPD should take to meet his demands — and he did not take questions from reporters.

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