New York

NYPD Replacing Windows Phones With iPhones – And it Will Cost Taxpayers

Less than a year after completing an expensive rollout of Windows Phones to its entire police force, the New York City Police Department officials plan to begin replacing them with iPhones by the end of the year. According to the New York Post, the taxpayer funded swap will be done out of a “need” for phones. The…

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Harlem Residents Upset Over Cop Extinguishing BBQ

The New York Police Department is investigating a Youtube video that shows a cop dumping water on a grill at a sidewalk cookout. The action sparked angry words from Harlem residents who have accused the cop of being racist by denying black kids food. In the one-minute video posted by a man calling himself “Israelite,”…

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Congressman Proposes Legislation to Kill Draconian Gun Laws in NY and NJ

Congressman Chris Collins (R-NY- 27) has introduced legislation to the US House of Representatives titled the “Second Amendment Guarantee Act.” Collins said of the proposed bill, “This legislation would protect the Second Amendment rights of New Yorkers that were unjustly taken away by Andrew Cuomo. I am a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment and…

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NY Police Association Claims Cops Are Victims Of “Blue Racism”

Here’s one from the ‘you can’t make this stuff up’ files. The New York Police Association says that discrimination against the “blue” is legitimate, and therefore, cops suffer from racism. Nothing undermines racism quite like this. Angry at what they say is widespread discrimination against them for their chosen profession, (working for stolen funds and…

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Hillary Clinton Seeks A New Job, Here’s What She’s Considering

If there’s one word that can sum up Hillary Clinton’s political career, it’s “corruption.” That won’t stop her from seeking fulfillment in a different field, but this one may surprise a few. The corrupt and embattled Democrat is considering becoming a Methodist preacher. I thought they were taught not to lie, cheat, and steal? Listening to…

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Officer in Upstate New York Charged with Rape of Minor

A police officer with the Monticello Police Department faces several charges, including the rape of a minor and official misconduct, according to New York State Police. “The New York State Police Troop F Child Abuse Unit announces the arrest of Yermia ‘Jeremy’ Solomon, age 25, from the Village of Woodridge,” Major Joseph Tripodo of the…

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New York Police Sergeant Charged With Murder of 66-Year-Old Mentally Ill Woman

A police sergeant was charged with murder on Wednesday for the October shooting of Deborah Danner, a 66-year-old woman with mental illness. The sergeant, Hugh Barry, pleaded not guilty at Wednesday’s arraignment to charges that included second-degree murder, first- and second-degree manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide. Barry’s arrest came after months of investigation into the…

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About 3800 People Are Jailed In New York For The Crime Of Being Poor

  Every day of 2016, New York City held an average of 7,633 people in jail for pretrial detention. Pretrial detention means that these are people who have yet to be convicted of any crime, and who are, in one of our criminal justice system’s most important stipulations, presumed innocent. The United States is setting…

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