Two men impersonating NYPD officers shot a man and then stole his car from in front of his Queens home, cops said. Carey Dean was driving at 202nd Street and...
Fay served in the Marine Corps for six years in the 1980s as an embassy guard. That gave him some experience akin to law enforcement, but around 1991 he joined the New York Police Academy. Fay’s dream was to become an NYPD officer, but there was a catch: Fay joined when there was a lottery system in place for new recruits. After graduating from the academy, officers were randomly assigned to one of the three police departments: city, housing or transit. Fay drew the latter.
Testaverde walked to two posters taped on the wall five feet from his locker and asked me to come over. It listed the names with the pictures of the missing first responder heroes from the NYPD and FDNY.
Testaverde pointed to a picture of Ronald Kloepfer. He was listed among the 23 police officers who put “the safety of others before their own, went to the burning Towers of the World Trade Center to aid their fellow New Yorkers. They have not returned.”
Vinny was clearly moved. He was instrumental in fighting back against the NFL’s initial plans to play on the first Sunday after 9/11. He was from Long Island and was adamant the games could not be played.
“I know a Ronnie Kloepfer,” Testaverde said. “High school teammate.”
An Emmy victor for directing "NYPD Blue", he helmed two episodes in the sixth season of "Game of Thrones". Season 3 of True Detective is expected to hit HBO sometime in 2019. Cary Fukunaga unanimously won over critics as the helmer of all eight episodes of the critically beloved first season but famously didn't return ...
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