Manhattan Street Renamed For Fallen Officer
Twenty years ago Police Officer Anthony Sanchez was shot and killed after responding to a home invasion robbery in an apartment building on West 17th Street in Manhattan. Yesterday, May 19, fellow officers, family, and community members gathered for a street renaming ceremony outside the 13 Precinct where Officer Sanchez was assigned. The street that members of the 13 Precinct call home will now be known as Police Officer Anthony Sanchez Way.
NYPD stop-and-frisk searches drop, but racial bias remains the same: report
Wow, that is some incredible investigative reporting daily news. Why oh why are African Americans and Hispanics stopped more than others ???
Could it be because the stops are proportional to the documented crime reports filed by crime victims describing the race of the suspect/perp???
You know, the reports the cops use to try and find the unknown perpetrators....
Of course you know this but you have an agenda to help promote, of mistrust for the police and racial disharmony in our city.
Question Daily News. Why are your crime stories predominately about African American perpetrators?
I remember the old Daily News, when it was a real newspaper with a limited progressive anti-cop agenda. Good ol' Stanley Crouch called it what it is in this great Op Ed
IT'S NOT PROFILING, IT'S GOOD POLICING - NY Daily News
Ex-financier admits to showering former state pension fund official with gifts to gain business in NYC court