By Ellen Wulfhorst NEW YORK (Reuters) - Attorneys at a New York City public defenders' office participated in an online video that advocated the killing of police officers, featuring the lyrics "time to start killing these coppers," a city investigation disclosed on Thursday. Show More Summary
A Bronx law firm that receives city funding has been linked to a controversial music video that called for police officers to be killed, according to findings made public Thursday.
350 NYPD Cops Armed With Machine Guns And Rifles To Assigned City Patrol Duty Tension in New York is about skyrocket… Via CapitalNewYork New York City police commissioner Bill Bratton unveiled a sweeping new plan to redeploy officers in order
The columnist Charles M. Blow of the New York Times has sparked debate this week by his disclosure that his son, a student at Yale College, was stopped at gunpoint by a Yale police officer who said he resembled a robbery suspect.
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Andre Perry is 32 years old. He's a commercial photographer, lives in Brooklyn, and loves fashion. He's also black. A month ago, Perry was stopped at a subway station by an undercover officer with the New York City Police Department. He was interrogated about his two-finger ring, arrested, and charged with possession of a deadly weapon—"metal knuckles." Read more...
[Content Note: Privilege; gatekeeping.]Jonathan Chait is at it again, with a new piece for New York Magazine entitled [DoNotLink] "Not a Very PC Thing to Say," and subheaded, because of course it is, "How the language police are perverting...Show More Summary
Human Rights Watch | — (New York) – The death of at least 20 people in Egypt during clashes with security forces surrounding the commemoration of the 2011 uprising underscores the need…
The failure of local prosecutors to indict the police officers responsible for killing Michael Brown in Missouri and Eric Garner in New York sparked national protests about law enforcement and criminal justice. When one examines policing...Show More Summary
The New York Post's Page Six reports that actor Emile Hirsch was involved in an altercation with a Paramount Pictures executive, who claims the actor assaulted her. According to Page Six, police were called to Tao nightclub in Park City, Utah, around 3:30 a.m. Show More Summary
Actor Emile Hirsch is best known for his roles in Into the Wild and Lone Survivor, but he might soon be more famous for his rap sheet than for his resume. The New York Post reports that Hirsch is being investigated by police for hisShow More Summary
Charles Blow, New York Times: Saturday evening, I got a call that no parent wants to get. It was my son calling from college -- he?s a third-year student at Yale. He had been accosted by a campus police officer, at gunpoint!... If indeed my son matched the description of a suspect, I would have had no problem with him being questioned appropriately. Show More Summary
Jonathan Walker, the Queens father who police say shot his girlfriend and two children before shooting himself, did so out of jealousy, the New York Post reports.
A day after Nick Kristof opines about the proper face of police reform, his colleague’s son is detained at gunpoint
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New York Times columnist Charles Blow on his son being held at gunpoint by Yale University police. What if my son had panicked under the stress, having never had a gun pointed at him before, and made what the officer considered a “suspicious” movement? Had I come close to losing him? Triggers cannot be unpulled. [...]
Police in York, New York arrested a man over the weekend who was accused of shooting a boy for throwing snowballs. According to charging documents obtained by WPMT, York police responded to reports of multiple shots fired at around 2:03 p.m. on Saturday afternoon. A witness told police that he had...
A New York Times columnist is “fuming” after his son was stopped and detained by police outside the library at Yale University. Charles M. Blow posted a series of tweets Saturday night on his Twitter account after his son called him to report the incident. “So, my son, a 3rd year (biology) major at...
A blizzard is on its way to New York City. A teenager in Brooklyn has been arrested for allegedly hreatening the police after he posted a violent emoji on Facebook. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is running for president. "Hillary Clinton...Show More Summary
NYC Justice League Announces #March2Justice From NYC To DC Disgustingly “justified” police murders of and brutality against Afrian-Americans has long been problem in the United States, with things seemingly getting worse by the day. In light the of constant increase