More fascinating news from the courtroom of Federal Judge Nicholas Garaufis, via The Daily News: the questionable pasts of white candidates were overlooked when they came up for review with the FDNY, a deposition stated yesterday. Even former NYPD cops Richard Murphy and Edward McMellon, who ... More >>
The New York Police Department has a $22 million annual payroll of cops who don't work because they have "killed or assaulted people, violated civil rights, beat up their wives or girlfriends, driven drunk or hurt bystanders," according to a report by the New York Post. Dubbed the "rubber-gun ... More >>
A permanent, independent prosecutor to handle police crimes
After Sean Bell was shot dead by plainclothes police officers on the day of his wedding last fall, the footsteps of a movement were felt in New York. Now it has been worn down by freezing winds, the holidays, and weeks of hoping for indictments. On Monday, some 30 members from the December 12th grou ... More >>
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The Presumption of Innocence Gets Lost
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Shots in the Dark