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Report: De Blasio Aides Urged NY Lawmakers to Denounce Police Union President

During the meetings Mayor Bill de Blasio had with five different New York City police unions on Tuesday, the mayor’s senior aides called top Democratic New York lawmakers on the city and state levels. They urged lawmakers to slam the Patrolman’s Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch and other officers for turning their backs on the mayor, DNAinfo reported.

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Bill de Blasio Booed at NYPD Graduation Ceremony

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio may not have thought he was going to get a terribly warm reception at Monday’s NYPD graduation ceremony of incoming rookies, but he probably was not expecting to get booed and heckled during his remarks to the graduating class.


State GOP Calls On Rep. Michael Grimm to Resign

New York State Republican Party leaders are urging Congressman Michael Grimm (R-NY) to resign from office, Breitbart News has learned. “We are looking for Grimm to step down for the good of the party and the people of Staten Island and Brooklyn,” they said. Grimm pleaded guilty today to a felony tax charge of a public corruption case in New York.

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Largest Law Enforcement Organization: ‘Enough is Enough’

“ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!” stated Chuck Canterbury, president of the Fraternal Order of Police—the world’s largest organization of sworn law enforcement officers—in a statement released Sunday addressing Saturday’s execution-style murders of NYPD Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu. Calling Ramos’ and

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NYPD Cop Killer Used App to Track Police Movements Since Early December

According to an Instagram screenshot, Brinsley was tracking two officers who were almost 4 miles away from him in Staten Island at 10:44 PM EST since the beginning of December. He thanks a friend of his on Instagram for pointing out the app is not “updated in real time” so it’s not that “reliable.”

Federal Register Adds Nearly 1600 Pages of New Regulations

Federal Register Adds Nearly 1600 Pages of New Regulations

Not to be outdone by the congressional 1,603 page Cromnibus spending bill, government agencies in Washington added almost as many pages to the Federal Register with new regulations and rules last week alone. The D.C. watchdog organization the Competitive Enterprise

9/11’s ’20th Hijacker’ Wants Transfer to Gitmo

9/11’s ’20th Hijacker’ Wants Transfer to Gitmo

Zacarias Moussaoui, also known as the “20th hijacker” in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, asked a South Florida federal judge Wednesday for a transfer to the military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, the Associated Press reported.  Moussaoui is serving a life sentence

Gangs Organize In The Midst of Anti-Cop Protests

Gangs Organize In The Midst of Anti-Cop Protests

Gangs appear to have grown more politically emboldened this past year, as protests have sprouted in response to police shootings of young black males. Gangs organizing with local politicians are not new, as some will point to New York’s Tammany

Dorian Johnson Snags City Government Job in St. Louis

Dorian Johnson Snags City Government Job in St. Louis

Dorian Johnson–the witness who originally told police that 18-year-old Ferguson, MO resident Mike Brown had his hands up and pled with then-Officer Darren Wilson “Don’t shoot”–snagged a temporary position, that pays around $8.50 an hour, working for the city of

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