The King of New York wants you to stop whining about his police state and just ‘get used to it.’
by Wendy Gittleson •
Or is this case not as clear cut as gun enthusiasts would like to think?
by Liberal Lamp Post •
While they may not wear capes, Occupy Sandy volunteers battled crime in Brooklyn’s largest housing project after the storm.
by Lorraine Devon Wilke •
Day-to-day heroes are seldom heralded but this story shares a moment of true, honest, and very good police work.
Fortunately for his would be victims, The Cannibal Cop is not terribly bright.
A Police Officers Two Cents – Bystanders Wounded By Police During the Empire State Building Shooting
by The Progressive Cop •
I caution people to not rush to judgment, and to put ourselves in to the officers shoes
by Nathaniel Downes •
It is now reported that the shooters weapon had jammed after he had shot and killed his boss minutes before.
by Justin Acuff •
Maybe the NYPD needs to be reminded that photography isn’t a crime.
by Deborah Montesano •
NYPD’s controversial ‘Stop and Frisk’ laws continue to hound minorities in the city.
Who watches the watchers? No one if they have any say in it.
Incidents like this make people fear the police. And fear erodes trust.
The NYPD is, at this very moment, allowing protesters to cross the barricades into Zuccotti Park. Why? Because the NYCLU is threatening to take legal action if police do not back down.
In the absence of traditional media coverage that Tea Party protests enjoyed, the Occupy movement has been largely ignored and has had to rely on cell phone footage and livestream internet feeds to show the American public what’s been happening.
by Mitchell S. Gilbert •
New York City Police are reporting that a suspect has been arrested for the fire bombings of 5 sites, an Islamic community center, a Hindu temple and two private homes. The attacks are being treated as hate crimes.
by Colby Hess •
If we’re going to go to the trouble and risk of changing the Constitution, it had better be because some fundamental liberty is being endangered, or some inviolable right being compromised. Like, say, if powerful, unelected corporations and banking cabals were working to undermine democracy.
by Wendy Gittleson •
Last night, Billionaire media mogul turned billionaire Mayor, Michael Bloomberg, said something that many of us who have followed Occupy Wall Street, and I assume many that live in Harlem, have suspected for a while, ‘I have my own army in the NYPD.’
In another instance of police brutality during the massive day of protests on Thursday, the NYPD dragged a woman into street by her hair. A CNN reporter caught it on tape.
Today marks the two month anniversary of the OWS protests. In recognition of that, protesters held massive protests today in New York City. Over 1,000 protesters flocked to the streets around the New York Stock Exchange to protest, clogging traffic and clearly disrupting the flow around New York’s financial district.
Police Officer Punches Woman In Face After Raid On OWS For Challenging NYPD With Court Order (VIDEO)
After the NYPD evicted the Occupy Wall Street protesters from Zuccotti Park on Tuesday morning, attorneys secured a court order telling police to allow the protesters back into the park. Instead, police ignored the order and sealed the park
by Michael Hayne •
One day after Mayor Bloomberg imposed ‘Operation Shut Down the 99 Percent’ and evicted OWS protestors from Zuccotti Park without even so much as a text message, the protestors are now picking up the pieces as they try to recover their possessions, including two AED Defibrillators units.