Legal Protest must always be allowed and supported.
Criminal Acts must be punished and ended immediately.
If they keep getting locked up and charged, maybe Soros and the rest will not be able to pay all the legal fees and this proxy revolution will stop.
Man Arrested For Flying Drone Near Police Helicopter-San Francisco
A 20-year-old man was shot multiple times Monday afternoon during an altercation with police at Dewey Park in which one officer was shot in ...
The 9/11 attacks continue to claim heroes. Yesterday, Deputy Chief James Molloy, 56, lost his battle with 9/11 related brain cancer. RIP Jimmy...Fidelis Ad Mortem.
NYPD Deputy Chief From Long Island Dies Of 9/11-Related Illness
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Damn straight you will! These are "ILLEGAL" "UNVETTED" Invaders, not legal immigrants looking to become American citizens!
Like a bird with a crippled wing, Northeast Airlines Flight 823 swayed in the stormy sky above LaGuardia Airport on a freezing February night nearly 60 years ago. Snow and...
A Central Park mugger picked the wrong little old lady to tussle with. The feisty 80-year-old granny is a former Israeli army officer who fought off her attacker when he...
Police are investigating after a 24-year-old man was found stabbed to death with burns on his body in a Queens apartment, police sources said. Efrain Vargas’ body was discovered around...
Man suspected of Staten Island execution-style double murder seen on video entering and leaving the borough
Steve Loomis, president of the Cleveland Police Patrolmen’s Association, had a blunt message for Donald Trump during a meeting in September: court-ordered reforms aimed at curbing police abuses in the midwestern city are not working.
Loomis and two other attendees said Trump seemed receptive to Loomis's concerns that federally monitored police reforms introduced during the Obama administration in some cities in response to complaints of police bias and abuse are ineffective and impose an onerous burden on police forces.
Trump, Loomis said, was “taken aback by the waste of money” when the union chief told him that federal monitors overseeing his city’s police department earned $250 an hour - a standard salary for the position.
"I think he’s going to have a more sensible approach to rising crime rates," Loomis said of now President Trump. "What I got from the meeting was that Donald Trump is going be a very strong supporter of law and order."
Emboldened by Trump's election, some of the country’s biggest police groups want to renegotiate "consent decrees" agreed to under President Barack Obama, the police labor groups said in interviews.
Consent decrees are agreements between a police force and the Justice Department that can prescribe changes to use of force, recruiting, training and discipline. They are enforced by a federal court with the oversight of court-appointed monitors. Currently 14 police departments, including Seattle and Miami, are operating under the decrees.
The police groups want to discuss the decrees with Jeff Sessions, Trump's designee for attorney general who has voiced criticism of them, although any renegotiation would be legally complicated because all parties as well as a federal judge must approve any changes.
“There are certainly decrees that are inartfully applied that we’d like to see revisited,” said Jim Pasco, the head of the Fraternal Order of Police, the nation’s largest police union with 330,000 members. It endorsed Trump in September and has worked with Sessions, a Republican senator from Alabama, for years while lobbying Congress for pro-police policies.
“We’ve always found him a man who’s willing to listen to alternatives to a previously charted course,” Pasco said of Sessions.
Civil rights groups are alarmed at the possibility that the decrees could be unraveled, saying they have been an important tool for the government to try to address issues like excessive use of force by police in Baltimore and an officer shooting in Ferguson, Missouri that led to nationwide protests.
Trump officials did not respond to multiple requests for comment on the meeting with Loomis.
President Donald Trump plans to revitalize a long-standing program to deputize local police officers to enforce federal immigration law
Outstanding Trump! If you are here illegally you are UNDOCUMENTED and not paying taxes like the rest of us while using billions of dollars in funding, and you are, well, here illegally! Go back home, do it right and get a SS card and pay all these incredible taxes we have here like the rest of us!
Shapiro said that Fenske was part of a network of men who participated in the repeated abuse of the victim, now 14. Four others accused of belonging to the perverse group have been charged across Pennsylvania and in Virginia, Shapiro said, and prosecutors fear that there may be additional victims. The known victim is related to one of the men charged, officials said.
In recent times, the police have taken to social media to show they're not just gruff men and women in uniform, but chuckle-meisters who could ...
They aren't afraid to work for people taking Anti-American Globalist Soros' money.......
The Manhattan District Attorney’s office is looking into the mysterious death 51 years ago of newspaper writer and “What’s My Line?” star Dorothy Kilgallen, who was investigating the JFK assassination, The Post has learned.
A lame-brained FDNY emergency medical technician drove without his hands as he goofed around inside a city ambulance — and his partner was dumb enough to record the dangerous shenanigans....
Suspected mobster wanted by police wasn't hiding — he just wanted to wait until after Super Bowl to turn self in, lawyer says
Clarke sent a letter to the Palm Beach County Police Benevolent Association asking for forgiveness for the Jan. 11 incident, union John ...
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Nearly 200 police cars representing almost 100 jurisdictions from around Ohio arrived Saturday for the funeral of ...
Democrats like Representative Luis Gutierrez (D-IL-4) mocked Trump's assessment, but a video published by the Independent Police Review ...
ORLANDO, Fla. - An unmarked police car and a submachine gun were stolen Saturday morning from an apartment complex in Baldwin Park, ...
SPRINGFIELD — Two Springfield police officers were injured Saturday night after a violent incident in which a man intentionally rammed his ...
One of the first firefighters on the scene when two planes slammed into the Twin Towers has died, the 124th first responder to die from a 9/11 related disease. Ireland-born...
The city should have immediately reported a possible crime to the NYPD or prosecutors when it learned of allegations that a gang of naked firefighters sexually abused a black rookie...
A stand-off between cops and robbers during an in-progress bank heist in Queens sounds just like a bad movie script:
“Drop your gun!” the cop commands the robber.
“No, you drop YOUR gun!” the robber screams back with defiant resolve.
NYPD cops win standoff against armed would-be robbers holding up bank in Queens
Two cops came to the rescue of a Brooklyn woman who police sources said had fastened a belt around her neck in a Saturday morning suicide attempt. The cops, officers...
Curator’s Corner – January 27, 1972, Patrolmen Gregory Foster, 22 and Rocco Laurie, 23 were on patrol, walking south on Avenue B near 11th Street in the 9th Precinct, when three men who had just passed them, drew weapons and shot the 2 officers in the back. The officers had no chance to return fire. As they lay unconscious on the pavement, the assassins continued to shoot them at point-blank range. The murderers then took the Patrolmen’s service revolvers and fled. Both were rushed to Bellevue Hospital by brother officers, but succumbed to their injuries. Foster, was appointed to the department 12/1/1970 and Laurie, appointed 7/1/1970 were not only partners in the 9th Precinct, but the two had worked together before; both had been combat Marines together in Vietnam. They were known as hard working Cops and were well respected by the community. These officers are not forgotten - PS 397 of Brooklyn was also named in honor of the fallen heroes. Opened in 1975, students at the school were asked to come up with an official name for the school and in 1976, "Foster-Laurie Elementary School" was chosen.
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The men seen here are wanted for a four-month-long spree of burglarizing 20 Queens homes — stealing cash, pricey electronics and jewelry, cops said. The pair made their first heist...
Krokodil, a cheap substitute for heroin, was one of the deadliest designer drugs ever to sweep through Russia. Appearing on the black market in the early 2000s, it wound up ensnaring hundreds of thousands of addicts across the country, and it spread especially fast in poor, industrial areas like Uralmash.
Its appeal was simple: addicts could easily learn to cook it in their kitchens using ingredients purchased at local pharmacies and hardware stores, among them hydrochloric acid, paint thinner and red phosphorous, which they scraped from the sides of match boxes. For a fraction of the price of heroin, the drug produced a similar high and was just as addictive.
But the damage it caused was far more gruesome and often irreversible. The addict's flesh at the injection site would often rot away, while the tissues of the brain and other vital organs were severely eroded. “So my expectation was to find that some of them had died,” Satolli says of his trip to find the addicts in Yekaterinburg this year. “But not so many."
Go get him PREET!!!!!
A hot topic for years on the NYPD Rant!
An off-duty city cop who was so drunk that he fired his service revolver into a car stopped at a red light, nearly killing two men, has just cost the...
A Spanish-speaking NYPD cop who police sources said helped with the investigation of Mexican druglord El Chapo was promoted on Friday, officials said. Detective Diana Spangenberg, 39 — a 15-year-veteran...
NYPD cop promoted after helping bring El Chapo to justice
What a lesson in agenda and hypocrisy. While they blew his role out of proportion with outright lies, they condemned the threat to public safety closing the bridge lanes down posed- And they are right about that.
So why the hell did they also support domestic terrorists shutting down complete highways and bridges throughout our nation as a "legitimate" form of protest????
LIES AND AGENDA of the left
Brooklyn gangsters, both 32, get life in prison for six murders, bringing closure to the victims' families
The families of six Brooklyn men who were violently murdered by members of a drug-dealing street gang got closure on Friday as the convicted killers received life sentences.