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The members of the NYPD are telling Chief of Department Terence A. Monahan that he is naked, exposed for the fraud that he is for all to see.
A reference to the fairy tale, The Emperor’s New Clothes, seems fitting as a lesson in fear that lies within our Chief of Department. In the words of Carl Snyder – “The lesson is that the fear of consequences will often lead people to publicly agree to things they don’t believe in for a variety of reasons. The “emperor” will always proudly continue to lie despite his own knowledge of the truth and being publicly outed.”
On July 23, 2020, a video surfaced of the Manhattan North CompStat meeting at One Police Plaza. Assistant Chief Kathleen O’Reilly and Deputy Chief Brian McGee attempted to explain why arrest numbers were down in Manhattan North Narcotics.
Arrest numbers, sound familiar?
I thought the Department learned its lesson regarding arrest quotas.
Chief Monahan paid no attention to Assistant Chief O’Reilly, instead choosing to dismiss her as she attempted to explain issues effecting the safety of her personnel. He simply did not want to hear what she had to say and minimized her as if she was not there.
How ironic considering legislation was recently passed that insisted good cops say something when they see something wrong. Instead, to get his way and increase arrest numbers, Chief of Department Monahan chose to lecture Deputy Chief McGee, the Commanding Officer of Manhattan North Narcotics.
Then, Chief Monahan, believing himself to be a “fearless leader,” made the issue about himself when addressing the possibility of cops being charged with a crime because of the new Diaphragm Bill, perhaps the most idiotic piece of legislation ever foisted upon a municipality. If a cop’s knee comes in contact with a resisting suspect’s back, even during a fierce struggle, the cop can be charged with a crime.
“You know I wasn’t afraid when I was fighting the guy on the Brooklyn Bridge,” proclaimed Chief Monahan. “We can’t be afraid. What happens to afraid cops…they end up dead…that’s what happens. That’s why there are so many guns out there. We can’t be afraid. You got every DA come out and say they’re not going to charge that.”
Real leaders never brag about how great they perceive themselves to be. Instead, they let their actions speak volumes while instilling confidence in those they lead. Chief Monahan is wrong on many fronts.
For one, scolding the Chiefs who are on the front lines every day while he sups at the mayors table, hardly puts him in a place of credibility amongst the rank and file. Perhaps, the stars he is constantly shining has deluded his sense of reality? Chief Monahan is simply not listening to what people are saying and believing his own internal hyperbole.
Chiefs O’Reilly and McGee displayed leadership and courage and know the difference between right and wrong. Most importantly, they take responsibility for the people under their command and are truly concerned for their safety and freedom. They are in the trenches day in and day out, side by side with the hard-working and brave members of Manhattan North.
Sadly, Chief Monahan is too busy trying to keep his job rather than actually doing it. He has become blinded by his position and refuses to hear advice from his most respected field commanders. If only this department had more leaders like Chiefs O’Reilly and McGee, perhaps the streets of this city would not be overrun with violence. Perhaps one-year old children would not be murdered while sitting at a barbecue.
Let us also not forget that it was another Chief of Department who sent police officers to arrest Eric Garner for selling loose cigarettes. As a result, Police Officer Daniel Pantaleo was fired for following orders from the top. Now, as PO Pantaleo struggles with no job and no pension, does anyone believe Chief Monahan is concerned for the well-being of the cops in the street when his interest is still quota-driven numbers?
It’s time to set the factual record straight. The men and women of the NYPD do not trust Chief Monahan’s leadership, nor do they trust any of the five district attorneys. It was only a month ago that the Queens District Attorney arrested NYPD Officer David Afanador for an apparent chokehold. How quickly, and conveniently, Chief Monahan forgets.
The new laws initiated by the City Council and signed by Mayor de Blasio have set the direction for policing in this city. These laws were written because it is how they want the NYPD to address crime and criminals. We, the members of the NYPD, did not write these laws, nor were we consulted.
We knew these idiotic laws would put the people of this city in harm’s way. Much like Chief Monahan, our elected officials refused to listen to the people in the streets, the people doing the job. As a result, City Councilman Lancman, Speaker Corey Johnson, Mayor de Blasio, and scores of other spineless politicians gave control of the streets to criminals.
The men and women of the NYPD have no reason to take any district attorney at their word to not prosecute the Diaphragm Bill. Especially when we witness daily political pandering and selective prosecutions. The Diaphragm Bill is simply a bad law and needs to be repealed.
The NYPD is a rudderless ship in a horrific storm. The days of quota-driven arrests need to stop. The demand for more numbers driven by CompStat must end.
For complete transparency, maybe it is time the videos of CompStat are made public. Some recent decisions are highly questionable, so it would be good to know where these ideas were hatched.
One example is the Department disbanding the Anti-Crime, ending one of the most effective crime fighting units in the history of the NYPD.
Now we must live with that decision, but what we must not live with is the bait and switch where we force narcotics detectives to go out and make arrests to show arrest statistics are up in order to sell to the public bad laws, bad policing, and a bogus sense of safety.
We have just witnessed the first chinks in the armor of the upper echelon of the NYPD. As a result of poor leadership, mutiny appears to be in the making. If this nonsense continues, Chief Monahan will increasingly find himself more and more isolated.
Lastly, Chief Monahan is wrong on what happens to “afraid cops.”
No Chief, those cops DO NOT end up dead. The cops that end up dead are the ones who run into danger, who put everything on the line for others. Those cops are heroes!
So Chief, what really happens to cops who are afraid is this:
THEY TAKE A KNEE AND SURRENDER TO THE OTHER SIDE.
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