Mayor Michael Bloomberg and NYPD Chief Ray Kelly last night held a joint press conference on the wave of violent anti-gay hate crimes sweeping New York City. From the mayor's remarks: "Last Friday, the murder of a young man named Mark Carson shocked our city. Show More Summary
At a press conference this afternoon at NYPD headquarters, Mayor Bloomberg and Commissioner Ray Kelly addressed a recent spate of anti-gay hate crimes, which included the murder of Mark Carson at the hands of a stranger in Greenwich Village this weekend. Show More Summary
Tragic murder committed in the early hours of the day. New York's CBS 2 reports: A gunman used anti-gay slurs before he shot and killed a man in fashionable Greenwich Village early Saturday, police Commissioner Ray Kelly said. Police were...
In March, NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly told City Council members that the number of marijuana arrests made in New York City are "going down." Today the Post has numbers backing up Kelly's assertion: arrests for marijuana possession are...Show More Summary
The United States Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of New York, the New York field office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Ray Kelly, the New York Police Department (NYPD) officer, have stopped another individual from committing an act of terrorism. So it seems.
When NYPD Chief Ray Kelly said "privacy was off the table" following the Boston bombing, we all knew this was a one-way "exchange." It was always going to be average citizens losing out on their privacy. The NYPD would remain unaffected...Show More Summary
NEW YORK—New York City police commissioner Ray Kelly says he wasn't surprised about the Boston Marathon bombings—the first terror attack on U.S. soil since Sept. 11, 2001. Just that it didn't happen sooner. "When something like Boston happens, it's a shock to the public psyche, but not to us," Kelly said at the Atlantic's New [...]
When discussing NYPD Police Chief Ray Kelly's assertion that "privacy is off the table" as a result of the Boston bombing, I mentioned I hadn't heard any public outcry demanding the government and law enforcement step in and do something (i.e., curtail civil liberties) in response to the tragedy. Show More Summary
Presumably, he meant out of proportion to crimes committed, but it didn’t sound good. Kelly said, “About 70 percent to 75 percent of the people described as committing violent crimes- assault, robbery, shootings, grand larceny- are described as being African American. The percentage of the people who are stopped is 53 percent African-American. So really, [...]
NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly says the African-Americans are actually being "understopped" in the city's stop and frisk program....
In light of the recent Boston bombing, NYPD Police Chief Ray Kelly is now restructuring some sort of nonexistent deal with New Yorkers, issuing a clawback on their civil liberties. According to Kelly, the Boston Marathon bombing means privacy has been "taken off the table." “I'm a major proponent of cameras,” Kelly said on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. Show More Summary
What better way for Ray Kelly to capture attention than to announce that the Boston Marathon bombers had planned to drive to New York and detonate their remaining bombs in Times Square.
From the Department of Never Let a Serious Crisis Go to Waste comes word that New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly thinks that now is a great time to install even more surveillance cameras hither and yon around the Big Apple. After...Show More Summary
In a press conference this afternoon, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly revealed that the Boston bombers were on their way to detonate more explosives in Times Square before being confronted and stopped by Boston-area police. Read more...
Yesterday, NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly revealed that the two brothers accused bombing the Boston Marathon had planned to travel to NYC to go party after their photos had been released to the world. But officials tell NBC that there may...Show More Summary
I imagine Fox will cut to it, but if you're not at a TV, you can view it on the below YouTube channel. I don't expect there to be any news; news that the Tsarnaevs were headed to NYC to "party" -- with more bombings -- just came out, and I'm doubting they have more to add on that point. What I really expect is that Bloomberg will use the opportunity to push gun control.
The city’s security “Ring of Steel’’ must be widened, NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly said yesterday.Touring the Police Department’s Lower Manhattan Security Initiative — a center where scores of workers scour constant images from 4,000Show More Summary
NYC Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says the Tsarnaev brothers were planning to come to New York, but to "party" not to carry out additional attacks....
When you left your home today, did you feel like someone was watching you? Well, if you didn’t, Commissioner Ray Kelly thinks you should and he’s preaching the gospel of algorithmic smart cameras to watch you and everyone else in cities everywhere. On today’s #TWiBRadio, we talk about our hopes for the Carla Hale Institute [...]
There is once again a high terror alert in New York City. Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said Tuesday they are taking no chances that an attack similar to the Boston Marathon bombings could happen here.TheShow More Summary