319 NYPD Officers Committed Fireable Offenses But Kept Their Jobs

319 NYPD Officers Committed Fireable Offenses But Kept Their Jobs:

Cops got probation even after internal tribunal found them guilty of excessive force, sexual harassment, and ticket-fixing

At least 319 New York Police Department officers remain on active duty despite being found responsible for termination-worthy misconduct, according to hundreds of pages of internal discipline records obtained by BuzzFeed News.

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Heroin Queenpin Arrested Running Massive Drug Ring—Turns Out She Was an NYPD Cop

Heroin Queenpin Arrested Running Massive Drug Ring—Turns Out She Was an NYPD Cop:

A New York Police Department officer is now in jail after she was caught running a massive cross-country heroin trafficking ring, all while using her badge as a cover to keep police away from the operations.

The Drug Enforcement Administration began investigating NYPD Officer Yessenia Jimenez, 31, in January after they found the phone number of her boyfriend, Luis Soto, 33, on the cell phone of a narcotics trafficking suspect.

The investigation concluded that Jimenez and Soto were conducting a heroin trafficking operation that stemmed Mexico to New York. The New York Daily News reported that the pair was arrested this week after they made a trip to Massachusetts to meet with a heroin trafficker.

DEA, NYPD, and state police task force officers confronted Soto around 2 a.m. on Tuesday after he returned from the trip and was seen unloading bags from the trunk of his car, outside of the couple’s apartment building in the Soundview neighborhood in Bronx, New York.

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Jim Stone: An explanation for why the FBI re-opened Hillary’s E-mails

– Jim Stone: An explanation for why the FBI re-opened Hillary’s E-mails:

Huma’s husband, Anthony Weiner (which blows the whole Huma/Islam meme into the gutter, all we are seeing with this is the fact the “Muslims” running Saudi Arabia are crypto Jews) ANYWAY, Hillary was so sure she’d never be called to account with her E-mails that she was careless enough to have them end up on Weiner’s personal laptop in a file he titled “life insurance”.

Well, you know how the entire establishment is wrapped up in child sex and other similar crimes, and Weiner ended up getting his laptop seized by the NYPD in a kiddie porn/child sex investigation. When the NYPD went through the laptop, they found Hillary’s E-mails in FULL UNADULTERATED PRISTINE FORM. They proved crimes of the highest order, at least 15 felonies found so far, with a majority of them related to treason and selling out the country.

SO THE NYPD OPENED UP A CASE ON HILLARY. The FBI said, NO, WE’LL TAKE THAT and that is the ONLY reason why these investigations got re-opened – because if the NYPD handled it, huge portions of the FBI would be sent to prison. Now the FBI is under pressure to actually do its job, because they know the NYPD knows. No matter what the outcome, the FBI gains zero (0) ZERO credibility points from this.

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NYPD Catches Itself Selling Stolen Goods, Blames Business Owner

NYPD Catches Itself Selling Stolen Goods, Blames Business Owner:

New York, NY — A business owner in Manhattan is suing the city after being forced to waive his fourth amendment rights and potentially forfeit his business because an NYPD officer sold illegal goods at his store.

You read that right.

According to a lawsuit filed this month by the Institute for Justice, a libertarian legal advocacy group, an undercover NYPD detective attempted to sell stolen electronics to customers at Sung Cho’s laundromat in Inwood, which located near the northern tip of Manhattan, in 2013. After the officer successfully sold stolen goods to two people — one inside the store and one outside — the city threatened Cho with eviction “merely because a ‘stolen property’ offense had happened at his business,” the legal organization’s website explained.

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NYPD: We can’t tell you how much cash we seize because it would break our computers

NYPD: We can’t tell you how much cash we seize because it would break our computers:

New York City councilmember Ritchie Torres wants to know how much cash NYPD seizes every from citizens every year using using civil asset forfeiture, so he introduced legislation requiring annual reports from NYPD. But NYPD said at a hearing that the bill shouldn’t be allowed to pass because NYPD’s computers will crash if they attempt to generate the reports. Sounds legit!

Via Village Voice

“Attempts to perform the types of searches envisioned in the bill will lead to system crashes and significant delays during the intake and release process,” said Assistant Deputy Commissioner Robert Messner, while testifying in front of the council’s Public Safety Committee. “The only way the department could possibly comply with the bill would be a manual count of over half a million invoices each year.”

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The NYPD’s Third ‘Forfeiture’ Option: Call Seized Items ‘Evidence;’ Never Give Them Back

The NYPD’s Third ‘Forfeiture’ Option: Call Seized Items ‘Evidence;’ Never Give Them Back:

It’s not just asset forfeiture being used by law enforcement to take property away from people. With civil asset forfeiture (as opposed to criminal asset forfeiture), property is deemed “guilty,” even if its former possessors are not. Kaveh Waddell of The Atlantic is highlighting another way law enforcement agencies are taking possession of property: by calling it “evidence” and playing keep away with former defendants who’ve had their cases dismissed or have been acquitted.

Last summer, Kenneth Clavasquin was arrested in front of the Bronx apartment he shared with his mother. While the 23-year-old was being processed, the New York Police Department took his possessions, including his iPhone, and gave him a receipt detailing the items in police custody. That receipt would be his ticket to getting back his stuff after his case ended.

But the ticket is worthless. His case was dismissed but no one involved in the seizure of his items showed any interest in returning them. He brought the court’s dismissal to the NYPD to retrieve his iPhone but the property desk claimed it was being held as “arrest evidence” — even though there were no more criminal charges forthcoming. He was sent to the District Attorney’s office to ask for permission to obtain the no longer needed “evidence,” but the office was less than interested in helping him reclaim his belongings.

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Judge Orders NYPD To Release Records On Backscatter Vans

‘Designed’ to destroy your DNA …

Flashback:

NYPD To Begin Testing New High-Tech Device That Scans For Concealed Weapons … And Can Tear Apart Your DNA

TSA Naked Body Scanners Are Not Safe

Inside TSA Body Scanners: How Terahertz Waves Tear Apart Human DNA

How Body Scanner Terahertz Waves Can Tear Apart DNA

Review of the TSA X-ray backscatter body scanner safety report: hide your kids, hide your wife

Dr. Russell Blaylock: Body Scanners More Dangerous Than Feds Admit

Related info:

DNA-Destroying Chip Being Embedded Into Mobile Phones


Backscatter van

Judge Orders NYPD to Release Records on X-ray Vans (ProPublica, Jan 9, 2015):

The NYPD has a secretive program that uses unmarked vans with X-ray machines designed to detect bombs. ProPublica tried to find out more about it, but the NYPD refused to answer for three years.

This story was updated at 12:55 p.m.

A state judge has ordered the New York City Police Department to release records on a secretive program that uses unmarked vans equipped with X-ray machines to detect bombs.

The ruling follows a nearly three-year legal battle by ProPublica, which had requested police reports, training materials, contracts and any health and safety tests on the vans under the state’s Freedom of Information Law.

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NYPD Stunner: Cops Exit Ebola Victim Apartment, Dump Gloves, Masks In Sidewalk Trash Can

NYPD Stunner: Cops Exit Ebola Victim Apartment, Dump Gloves, Masks In Sidewalk Trash Can (ZeroHedge, Oct 24, 2014):

If there was one theme from last night’s Cuomo/De Blasio Ebola press conference it was ‘how everyone has been preparing for months’ for Ebola. We can all be reassured, right? Wrong! As The Daily Mail reports (and these stunning photos show), the police officers involved in securing Dr. Spencer tossed their gloves, masks and the caution tape used to block off access to his apartment in a public trash can.

Not just any trash can, but one on a public street corner…

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Man Dies After NYPD Thugs Put Him in Chokehold

Man Dies After NYPD Thugs Put Him in Chokehold
(Photo credit: NY Daily News)

Man Dies After NYPD Thugs Put Him in Chokehold (The Daily Sheeple, July 18, 2014): 

A New York man died after an NYPD thug put him in a chokehold and other officers slammed his head into the ground.

Eric Garner, a 43-year-old married father of six and grandfather of two, died of a heart attack during the altercation with officers on Thursday.

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