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An anti-war activist was visited by California Highway Patrol officers after posting video of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s bumbling comments on Israel-Palestine. The action, which AOC denies triggering, was initiated by a call to US Capitol Police.
As he waited for a food delivery at his home in Los Angeles on April 8, Ryan Wentz, an anti-war activist and producer for the online viral program Soapbox, heard two men calling his name from over his front gate. When he approached, he realized they were not delivery drivers, but police officers flashing badges of the California Highway Patrol.
The cops informed Wentz that they had received a call from the Capitol Police, the federal law enforcement agency tasked with protecting the US Congress, about a tweet he had sent that allegedly threatened Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Wentz told The Grayzone, “The officers said, ‘We got a warning about a sitting member of Congress. And it was because of your tweet, which tagged them in it.’ And then they just wouldn’t back down from this accusation that I threatened to kill her.”
The California Highway Patrol indicated on Twitter that it had acted on a call from Capitol Police.
Though AOC’s office has denied falsely informing Capitol Police of an online threat by Wentz, the Democratic congresswoman has in the past asked her supporters to report critics to social media censors.
Whoever called the police on Wentz furnished law enforcement with a patently false allegation, as he has never threatened violence against any member of Congress.
In the tweet that triggered the police action, Wentz merely posted video of AOC delivering a vapid and embarrassingly convoluted answer to a question about resolving the crisis in Israel-Palestine. Describing her answer as “incredibly underwhelming,” he let the congresswoman’s cringeworthy commentary speak for itself.
Going by my recent difficulty with the Twitter, this incident confirms that the social media platform is no longer a “private company” and has become an arm of the government hell bent to induce and normalize censorship and will shut down any attempt to hold elected officials accountable for their bad policies and idiotic statements. And just like in my case, this person got clamped down for words belonging to another person.
AOC should be less concerned about what she perceives are threats to herself, her brand, her political party and evidently a powerful political lobby and more with the persistent problems and crises that’s affecting her district starting with the recent fire that left hundreds homeless in Jackson Heights. But apparently, the politically gutless AOC would rather have her own personal National Security Agency apparatus than have her manifesting her virtue signal tweets into getting better hourly salaries, secure housing and medicare for all to the people.
Jackson Heights, Queens, New York
An eight-alarm fire that tore through a Jackson Heights apartment building Tuesday night has left hundreds homeless and resulted in 25 people being injured.
The fire started inside an apartment located at 89-07 34th Ave. shortly after 1 p.m. and quickly spread throughout the building. By 8 p.m., it had been upgraded to an eight alarm blaze, with more than 350 firefighters and EMS personnel at the scene.
Firefighters were finally able to get the fire under control at 12:07 a.m., but the flames damaged the majority of the 133-unit building, a FDNY spokesperson said.
“It took the department eight alarms and almost 12 hours to place the fire under control, working inside [and] outside, causing many injuries to our members and some injuries to civilians,” FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro said at the scene this morning.
In total, 19 firefighters and six civilians were injured. None of the injuries were life-threatening, the spokesperson said.
The flames spread throughout the building since the occupants of the apartment where the fire started left their front door open. Furthermore, they waited 10 minutes before calling 911, Nigro said.
The apartment was on the top floor of the six-story building.
The flames broke out at around 1 p.m. Tuesday on the sixth floor of the 133-unit building at 89th Street and 34th Avenue. Nearly two dozen people were injured, and the building was gutted.
Martin Barrera said she grew up there with his mother.
“Twenty-three years in an apartment, you settle. There’s something in there that belongs to you, and it’s called your home,” he told CBS2. “For them, this is all they had. It’s not some, or, you know, I can go move somewhere. It’s all they had.”
“We’re all reeling from this. Kids don’t have clothes, we’re completely empty, we have nothing,” said Andrew Sokolof Diaz, founder of the Tenant’s Association.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation, but officials said it began inside a sixth-floor apartment. Officials said there was a 10-minute delay in calling 911 after residents smelled smoke.
“People smell smoke, they notify someone else other than us, ‘I think I smell smoke.’ You smell smoke, call the fire department,” FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro said.
Investigators also believe the resident left the door open as they ran to safety, allowing the flames to spread into the hallway and then overhead into the cockloft.
Jackson Heights community members are now organizing efforts to help the 130 families — more than 400 people in total, according to organizers — who lived in the building and have been displaced.
“A community made up of majority low-income, working class, immigrant essential workers, already experiencing the aftermath of COVID-19 are now without their homes,” Daniel Puerto wrote in the description of the GoFundMe.
“It’s hard to express the deep sadness we felt tonight as we looked into our neighbors eyes and asked how we could help,” Puerto added.
When Mayor de Blasio gets done trying to produce the recovery of all of us by emceeing performance arts venues in Brooklyn and Lincoln Center, maybe some time can be dedicated for his Housing Preservation and Development and Human Resources Administration to make sure these 400 residents who have had their lives upended from getting disenfranchised from their homes and belongings and make sure the owners of this complex, KEDEX PROPERTIES LLC, renovates and restores these apartments as quickly as possible.
And since there is still not much known about how this inferno started, right at the start of the afternoon no less, let’s be positively certain that when this LLC decides to demolish these actual affordable housing buildings and build some garishly designed tower they better let these residents that got displaced be allowed to return without any conditions. Instead of letting more low income people become gentrification collateral damage.
And since these working poor people are in dire need of housing now, surely there are other places to shelter for the time being until they get their homes back.
Since this recovery is supposed be for all of us.
Unless there are some exceptions, right Blaz?
On the day 3 since the displacement inferno in Jackson Heights, The Blaz preferred to go to Luna Park and ride the Cyclone with his entire staff of minions and Senator Chuck Schumer, along with a smattering of essential workers as a token gesture of equity. They were the only ones there at the amusement park’s first opening in over a year.
This bum doesn’t have the decency or even the courage to face the essential workers who got evicted from a devastating fire.
de Blasio is literally fiddling with himself and throwing circuses while the city burns.
A Far Rockaway man was charged for defrauding government rental assistance programs by renting out dilapidated apartments he did not own to families in need, prosecutors announced Tuesday.
Paul Fishbein, 47, faces wire and mail fraud charges for allegedly falsely claiming to be the owner and landlord of 20 rental properties, mostly in the Bronx, while collecting government subsidies and evicting tenants over the course of eight years, according to the Southern District of New York.
“As alleged, Paul Fishbein not only took advantage of New Yorkers in need, he also defrauded city and federal government programs designed to help these very people,” U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss said. “Fishbein allegedly lied about ownership of residential properties, fraudulently took rent subsidies and other benefits from those government housing programs, and often evicted tenants without cause from housing that was substandard in any event. Now Paul Fishbein is in custody and facing serious federal charges for his alleged fraud and exploitation.”
According to a complaint unsealed in Manhattan federal court Tuesday, Fishbein allegedly lied about owning the properties beginning in 2013 based on forged deeds. He then allegedly rented the properties to homeless and low- to moderate-income families through rental assistance programs operated by three city agencies — NYCHA, the Human Resources Administration and Housing Preservation & Development — and collected money, including federal funds, as the purported owner and landlord of the properties.
The complaint estimates Fishbein defrauded the three city agencies out of about $1.5 million, including more than $270,000 in federal funds. In addition to taking payments, Fishbein allegedly faked using a broker to rent out the properties and kept certain broker’s fees for himself that the HRA issued as payment.
Fishbein is also accused of faking financial eligibility for Medicaid since at least 2014, the complaint says. He allegedly told the HRA he worked at a company where his total income was about $150 a week — or $600 a month — when he in actuality made hundreds of thousands of dollars every year. Prosecutors allege Fishbein received nearly $50,000 in Medicaid benefits to which he was not entitled to as part of his scheme.
Since he’s back on the streets after posting a $250,000 for his bail, on behalf of this predatory landlord, I would like to thank Mayor de Blasio, Deputy Mayor And Commissioners for Housing Alicia Glen and Vicki Been, NYCHA commissioners Shoya Olatoye and Gregory Russ and Steven Banks for letting this poverty pimp personally profit immensely from the homeless and affordable housing crisis and the continuing privatization enabling demolition by neglect of public housing, making him wealthy enough to walk free in society again, even for a little while.
In South Ozone Park, a woman was found dead inside the trunk of an abandoned car parked on Lefferts boulevard as it was about to be towed away by the sanitation department after 311 calls by residents about it’s elongated presence. The woman was reported as a missing person for 4 months after disappearing following an argument with her boyfriend in his car after they attended a birthday party at a bowling alley in Woodside back in November. Her killer, who is also the father of her two children, is still on the loose. The autopsy found that she was murdered from a single strike to her head from a weaponized blunt instrument.
In Woodside, a woman walking home from the supermarket to her apartment at the Woodside Houses got killed by a stray bullet from a shootout between two gangbangers while they were running on the street. A tenant blamed the failed bail reform policy enacted last year for the rise in gang violence in the building. A 19-year-old man got charged for the senseless killing.
Also in Woodside, a man got shot to death in front of the Woodside Houses in another gang related incident.
Two days later at the Woodside Houses, a man bringing home bread and milk to his grandmother who lives in an apartment there got followed by a man who stuck him up at gunpoint in front of the building and shot him when he refused to give him what he bought. While bleeding on the ground, the victim gave his assailant 7 bucks and his cellphone, which his grandmother mused was the reason for a lot of muggings in recent days.
Again in Woodside, a man jumped another man on the sidewalk and stabbed him in the chest and slashed his hand.
Again in Woodside, a man jumped a woman as she walking on the sidewalk, held her at gunpoint and forced her to walk a couple blocks to house and then into a backyard where he sexually assaulted and robbed $60 off her.
In Ridgewood, a speakeasy rager being held at an abandoned warehouse and federal Superfund site got raided by NYC Sheriffs, leading to the evacuation of over 140 people and the promoters and DJ getting arrested.
Also in Ridgewood, a man flipped his lid while waiting behind a standing vehicle on the street and stepped out of his car with a tire iron and whacked the rear wheel then he smacked the man on his arm when he came out of his car.
In Jamaica at the 179th St. Station, a homeless woman sleeping on the F train went bonkers when the conductor and other transit workers woke her up.The derelict spit and threw cleaning products at them as they tried to get her off the train and then she threw a broom at a transit worker that almost caused her to fall against an arriving train while ducking the object.
Also in Jamaica, a man beat a 71-year-old man to death with a piece of rebar in inside of the victim’s apartment after he argued with him about making too much noise.
Again in Jamaica, a postal worker robbed a credit card from an envelope during her route and used it to get her breasts lifted in a Long Island plastic surgery clinic.
And again in Jamaica, two men got busted with 50 kilos of yayo named after a pro soccer player in their apartment.
And again in Jamaica, de Blasio’s NYPD deployed militarized cops to break into a house suspected of drug dealing based on a bad tip on a no-knock warrant at 6 in the morning. The cops tore up the woman’s nephew’s bedroom wall and found was about a few grams of weed. This means the NYPD are still using the same policing method that killed Breonna Taylor a year ago and did this right when Albany was in the well-publicized process of legalizing pot.
In South Jamaica, two homeless men living in a hotel homeless shelter got into a brawl at a park across the street, leading to one of them getting stabbed to death and also a security guard from the hotel getting stabbed twice when he tried to stop the fight.
In Jackson Heights, a four alarm fire destroyed a row of 15 small businesses on one block. Some of them weren’t leased or insured. Queens is still burning.
Also in Jackson Heights, a man fired shots directly at a window of an apartment building, attempting to harm two men and a woman inside.
In St. Albans, a two alarm fire destroyed a house and left 7 people and a dog homeless.
In Woodhaven, a man stalked an 89-year-old man to his apartment building and grabbed his cane when he ambushed him inside and threatened him with it, then he forced the elderly man to give him envelopes filled with cash totalling $50,000.
In Elmhurst, two men got held up inside their car at gunpoint after getting rammed from behind from another car occupied by the perpetrators, who stole the drivers cellphone and wallet and shot at the other man as he managed to escape from the vehicle and ran away.
Also in Elmhurst, a boy slashed a 12-year-old girl in the face after she got into an argument with his girlfriend on a street corner.
Again in Elmhurst, a man jumped a woman as she walking on the sidewalk, held her at gunpoint and forced her behind a building and sexually assaulted and robbed $60 off her.
Also in Ozone Park, five men dressed like a SWAT team barged into a basement apartment and held up a man and woman residing there at gunpoint and zip tied them as they robbed a watch worth 16 grand, a necklace worth 3 grand and also a designer wallet with 100 bucks inside.
Again in Ozone Park, hundreds of books keep getting plundered from a book share site.
In South Richmond Hill, a man robbed 5 people of their wallets inside stores in 4 month pickpocket spree.
In Far Rockaway, a social worker took advantage of a 90-year-old woman residing in an adult care center and accessed her bank account and transferred over $100,000 to her own savings account so she could use it to pay her student loan debt.
In Averne, a man walked up to another man on the street and shot him multiple times and hit him in four times on one side of his body.
In Howard Beach, a man was found dead from a shot to his chest inside his car at a supermarket parking lot.
In Glendale, a man snatched a bunch of package deliveries that were left by mailboxes inside an apartment building.
In Hollis, a dice game on the street went awry when a man pulled out a gun on his opponent and demanded money from him, then he handed the gun to another man who pulled the trigger and shot the other man to death while he was emptying his pockets. The man who provided the gun is still on the loose.
In Corona at the Junction Blvd station, two men fighting on the platform led to one of them getting slashed.
In Astoria, a fire that started in a store abandoned by it’s owners spread throughout the building and to a neighboring three story house in a two alarm fire.
Also in Astoria, a man broke into five apartments and looted hair grooming products, a $2,200 rental check, bottles of hemp oil and a stash bag and 150 bucks.
Again in Astoria, a man caught another man trying to steal his ebike in front of a mosque and the got dragged on the street trying to hold onto the bike as the thief was riding but he still got away.
And again in Astoria, a 75-year-old woman and her 48-year-old autistic son were dead for weeks inside their apartment at the Astoria Houses after.
And again in Astoria at the 46th St. Station, a man slugged a 17-year-old boy and pushed him onto the tracks. Then the man attacked a man who was sitting on a bench and slashed him multiple times at the 65th St. Station in Woodside.
In Fresh Meadows, a man approached a woman holding her baby near a park and spit on her while accusing her of spreading COVID because of her nationality.
In Flushing, a 13-year-old boy playing on a basketball court at Bowne Park got hassled then mobbed by three other boys who threw him to the ground and chucked basketballs at him while slurring him for his nationality.
Also in Flushing, a man volunteering for neighborhood watch group assembled because of the rise of biased violence directed at Asian people surveilled two walking on the sidewalk making verbal threats and slurs at other commuters until they entered an office building. Then one of them comes out and slapped the phone out of the man’s hand.
Again in Flushing at the Main St. Station, a xenophobic man yelled at a woman on the 7 train by calling her a slur and blamed her for spreading coronavirus. Then he grabbed her phone while she was using it take his picture
In Whitestone, an off-duty firefighter killed a man with one punch in the back lot of a bar on a street corner where violence happens daily.
In Long Island City, a man and a woman went to a discount department store, piled $8,000 worth of bottles of pain relievers into their shopping carts and ran out the door with them.
Also in Long Island City at the Court Square Station, a man yelling on the platform charged and randomly punched a 67-year-old man in the face.
Again in Long Island City at the Queens Plaza Station, a woman jumped another woman who was exiting the station through the emergency door and threw her to the floor and beat her up as a man stole her cellphone.
And again in Long Island City, a man robbed a car from an auto body shop that was about to be repaired.
And again in Long Island City, a man shoved a 61-year-old man to the ground and bashed him in the eye with brass knuckles and robbed his backpack.
And again in Long Island City, a mentally ill man with a knife on the R train fixed his eyes on a woman and then stalked her when she tried to get away from him by going into another transit car and then he sat down next to her. When three Samaritans asked her to come sit with them, the man had an outburst and slashed all three of them when they tried to protect his target.
And again in Long Island City, three men tried to mug an app-hail driver at knifepoint but failed to steal his cellphone and wallet and ran away into the streets.
In Corona, a gang of four men and two women surround a man on the 7 train and beat him down to rob his cellphone.
In Rego Park, a man got killed after getting hit by a driver making a turn while he was crossing Queens Blvd. with the walk signal.
Also in Rego Park at the 63rd St. Station, a man sitting across a woman whipped out his junk at her on the R train.
Again in Rego Park at the Woodhaven Blvd. Station, a man pushed a woman onto the tracks right after she just got off one of the local trains.
In Forest Hills at the 75th Ave. Station, a woman recoiled and moved from her seat to another one when she saw a man taking a piss on the F train, then the man moved towards her and splashed her with urine as he pissed on the seat next to her.
In Kew Gardens at the Jamaica/Van Wyck Station, a man got stabbed during a fight with another man on the mezzanine and died down the block at Jamaica Hospital back in November. The killer is still on the loose.
Also in Kew Gardens, an app-hail driver told a couple to stop fighting with each other in his car then one of the passengers punched him in the head multiple times while he was still driving.
In Broad Channel, a homeless woman lying on a bench on the A train stabbed a man in the arm after he asked her to move so he can sit down.
In College Point, a man rode his bicycle up to a woman on the sidewalk and grabbed her ass and they he whipped his dick out at her. Then he rode up to another woman and smacked her butt and rode away on the next day.
Also in College Point, a woman was found dead in her house under a pile of garbage in her kitchen. The woman, who worked as a set designer for various TV shows, died eight months earlier and the NYPD didn’t even notice she was there when they went their on a wellness check and removed her pets.
In Pomonok, an argument between two men over an available apartment held at an open house sale escalated when one of them took out a gun and shot the other in the ass. Wonder if the apartment was one of those “affordable” ones.
On Rikers Island, a convict who previously served time for killing two men and was awaiting trial for a shooting murder a few months earlier was set free from a clerical error following a court hearing where he cursed out a judge and he was released after the time on the contempt charge got served. The fugitive did not have bail set for him because of the severity of his crime. Corrections sat on this horrifying information for 12 hours before they notified de Blasio’s NYPD. A deputy warden and four C.O.s got suspended for the drastic miscue.
A week later, another murder suspect was set free from Rikers because of another clerical error that stemmed from reducing the bail for a felony gun possession charge to $1.00 and classifying his felony murder charge as ROR, Allowing him to get Released from the prison On his own Recognizance. Fortunately for the city and society, the felon turned himself.
The other suspected killer fugitive is still running free despite de Blasio’s confidence about his recapture.
Also on Rikers Island, a prisoner serving time for avoiding to pay over $85,000 in child support got mistakenly released on a clerical error. The convict is also COVID-19 positive and took the metrocard and took NYC Transit and the LIRR home to his sister’s house in Suffolk. Even though he’s supposed to remain in quarantine under captivity for another week.
Again on Rikers Island, two inmates associated with the Bloods got into a brawl inside their cell then they both attacked and beat down a C.O. when he tried to break them up.
And again on Rikers Island, an inmate was found dead with his head jammed inside a handcuff port outside of a clinical room and another inmate committed suicide by hanging himself in his cell with a linen cloth.
And again on Rikers Island, a C.O. got into a fight with two of his supervising officers who were trying to force him to work a third shift at the prison after they shut the cage on him when he was trying to go home.
And again on Rikers Island, 13 inmates from the Bloods engaged in five attacks on 11 C.O.’s in a 7 day span starting with two gangbangers attacked a C.O. inciting a prison riot that led to 4 C.O.’s. Another ambush got initiated when one of the prisoners accessed a control room and opened the doors for his fellow inmates, giving them the opportunity to beat the shit out of 4 C.O.’s.
And again on Rikers Island, a prisoner serving time for avoiding to pay over $85,000 in child support got mistakenly released on a clerical error. The convict is also COVID-19 positive and took the metrocard and took NYC Transit and the LIRR home to his sister’s house in Suffolk. Even though he’s supposed to remain in quarantine under captivity for another week.
Has de Blasio, Speaker Cojo and the NY Council fauxgressive cronies ever given the thought that the reason Rikers is making C.O.’s work triple shifts is because solitary confinement has been cancelled and the only way to tamp down violence and keep order is to keep C.O.’s on duty for every minute and second that way they can justify these new supposed progressive policies? Even though it’s clearly not working? Even Jeff Bezos lets his Amazon FFC employees go home.
And while this FUBAR management is going on at Rikers, where is the NYC Jails Commissioner? Whose conspicuous absence after de Blasio put her on medical leave following the release of a fugitive killer that’s still on the loose has made her virtually unobtainable for comment?
In Hell’s Kitchen, a man looked directly at a 65-year-old woman walking on the sidewalk and kicked her in the chest and then stomped on her head three more times as she lied on the pavement in front of luxury apartment building, as the doorman closed the door as she writhed in pain on the ground while the man yelled at her that she didn’t belong here because of her race, which he presumed was Chinese, but she was really a Philipino woman. When the coast was clear, two building employees went outside and aided the woman although the NYPD said that no 911 calls were made after the attack despite the luxury building owners claims. The lunatic then threatened another man with a knife who tried to stop him from getting away according to a witness.
The man got arrested at a hotel homeless shelter in 3 blocks south from where he pummeled the woman in broad daylight. The city placed him at that hotel after he served a 17-year-sentence for murdering his mother by stabbing her in the chest three times with a kitchen knife at her home in the Bronx. He was released on parole in late 2019 after being rejected two times the prior two years.
This barbaric attack was enough to garner enough local and national media for Mayor de Blasio to give a token condemnation for violence towards Asian people, which exceedingly rose in the city he runs after he announced an undercover cop task force to catch bias violence against Asians in the act and demanded his constituents to report people even on the presumption they said slurs resembling bigotry against Asians. Which shows that everything the Blaz touches to try to stem crises of any kind, he exacerbates them
The psycho is now incarcerated and denied bail.
Also in Hell’s Kitchen, during a Black Lives Matter protest, a man got his face lacerated when a demonstrator smashed the plexiglass window of a restaurant shanty while he was eating.
And again in Hell’s Kitchen, a man ran down the sidewalk and clotheslined a 73-year-old to the pavement in broad daylight.
In Harlem, a man brutally beat his 10-year-old stepson to death inside their apartment at the St. Nicholas’ Houses. On the day before the murder, cops were sent to the building to respond to a 911 call describing a man yelling threats and banging on a wall When they arrived to the source of the disturbance, they waited in a hallway and left after 12 minutes after allegedly not hearing anything and getting a voicemail trying to contact the person who notified them. The next time the NYPD sent cops to return to the building to investigate another domestic violence call, the boy was lying dead in a bathtub hours after his stepfather threatened to beat him worse than he did the day before.
During the boy’s life, the NYC ACS were regular visitors to this household, as early as when he was a baby when his mother was charged for neglect. His stepfather had prior domestic violence arrests for beating up his mother and also assaulted another woman in front of her 3 kids. The autopsy of his final beating of his stepson found internal injuries to his organs and broken ribs.
Also in Harlem, a man shot at two men inside a bodega after he accused them of starting at him and when one of them threw a tin dish of food he was eating at him. Then the gunman and his friend rode away on scooters.
Again in Harlem, a 17-year-old boy got slashed in the neck by two men he engaged in an argument with on the street.
And again in Harlem, a man got shot in the ass during a dispute with two other men inside a deli.
And again in Harlem, a xenophobic man shoved another man to the pavement then punched his face after yelling a bigoted slur at him
And again in Harlem, cops deployed by the Department of Homeless Services to a shelter building attempted to calm an unruly man down and then he viciously attacked a cop, punching his face multiple times until he was maced by the other cop. The man then took some clothes of his and ran out into the streets while the cop he pummelled has to eat and drink through a straw until his broken jaw heals. Where the fuck is Thrive, Co-Mayor Chirlie?
And again in Harlem, an 8-month-old baby died inside a NYCHA apartment.
And again in Harlem at the 125th Station, a man slashed another man in the face on the 4 train and ran out into the streets.
And again in Harlem, a woman got shot in the stomach on the street in broad daylight.
And again in Harlem, a man walked under a scaffolding bar to punch a 75-year-old woman in the face.
In East Harlem, a man grabbed a woman as she was walking around the corner on the street and threw her on the sidewalk and attempted to rip off her clothes in broad daylight, but the woman managed to fight off his effort to rape her.
Also in East Harlem, a man bashed a woman’s head onto a guardrail and stole her phone.
Again in East Harlem, two gang members got shot in the middle of the street.
And again in East Harlem, a man shot another man to death on a street corner, then he got into a car with another man and fled the scene of the murder. Then they were pursued by the cops who heard the shots nearby and got into a high speed chase with them on the FDR drive. The two men abandoned the car in Midtown and fled on foot. The cops managed to arrest the passenger but not the driver and found the murder weapon on the ground.
And again in East Harlem, an app-food delivery man got shot to death in a playground after he tried to stop his killer from stealing his e-bike while he was about to eat lunch. Robberies of ebikes have seen a massive surge during the year long pandemic, mostly off of gig working undocumented immigrants who make about 60 bucks a day and are usually too scared to go to the cops to report them stolen, making them easy prey for lowlife thieves. For some reason, the delivery guys have to purchase their own bikes even though they work for tech companies that make billions of dollars and don’t pay as much taxes as regular businesses in the city.
In Midtown, a man driving a commercial van blacked out and rear-ended another car and caused it to crash into a restaurant shanty, the van driver then collided into a fruit stand set up under a building scaffold. Two children, an elderly man, a fruit stand worker and 3 other people got injured during the melee.
Also in Midtown at the 59th St./Lexington Ave. Station, two men sans shirts and a woman ganged up on a man on the 5 train and one of them slashed him in the head. Then they ran away and took the express train back uptown.
Again in Midtown, a protest held against Mario’s Son Governor Cuomo’s homeless and housing policies as well as demands for his resignation led to four demonstrators getting arrested and reporters being intimidated from photographing the protest from threats and arbitrary unconstitutional orders to stay off the street by de Blasio’s NYPD.
And again in Midtown, a man poured fluid on a woman while she was carrying shopping bags and then yelled at her to go back to China.
And again in Midtown, a pro-Trump march with his supporters walking with a 2024 campaign flag the size of a football got into a brief clash with Antifa protesters leading the cops breaking it up and arresting four people who were caught carrying tools and weapons. A man who threw a bottle of bleach at the cops and then ran away to the Bryant Park station.
And again in Midtown, two men made off with a bag of $8,000 in fresh bills that was left on top an ATM machine by a security guard at a bank.
And again in Midtown, a homeless man stole a bakery van while a 15-year-old boy was sitting inside and drove it on the sidewalk and crashed it into a building scaffold because he thought someone was going to shoot him. During the manic theft, the delivery man wound up breaking his legs after he held onto the door to stop the lunatic.
And again in Midtown, a man got hit with a stray bullet when someone involved in rumble on the street between rival gangs decided to settle it with a gun.
And again in Midtown, a woman threw an Asian woman to the pavement and punched and yelled at her.
And again in Midtown at the 51 St./Lexington Ave. Station, a xenophobic man punched a woman in the face on the 6 train and also called her a slur, blamed her for the pandemic and demanded her to go back to China.
And again in Midtown, a man got held up at gunpoint in front of an office building and robbed of a duffel bag containing $60,000 from a recent “business transaction”
And again in Midtown, a man tried to scale a too big to fail bank building during a protest in front of it and then fell on his ass and broke his pelvis and a can of black spray paint. The injured protester is a small business owner.
And again in Midtown, a man got caught shoplifting in 7/11 by a worker and he punched him in the face and called him a bigoted slur.
In Times Square, a trash can on a subway mezzanine was set on fire and exploded as a cop was about to take a peek at it and as a woman and her two children passed by.
Also in Times Square, a man beaten and strangled his girlfriend to death inside a hotel homeless shelter after 2 years of abusing her and using her government financial aid to spend lavishly on booze and drugs. The man had 15 prior arrests, his most recent one in February when he beat the shit out of his father while he was sleeping in his bed and then stomped on him with his boots and and evaded arrest even when he kicked in the door of his late girlfriend’s mother’s apartment and wanted to freeload because police couldn’t do anything because she didn’t want him to leave.
Her boyfriend claimed she crushed her larynx by herself. The woman suffered from bipolar disorder and her brother’s repeated calls for help to city government agencies to get help for her were for naught. So where the fuck was Thrive, @NYCFirstLady?
Again in Times Square, a man yelled a sexist insult and xenophobic slurs at a woman and told her children that she was going to kill them. Then the lunatic smacked the phone out of her hand as she was filming him and kicked it onto the tracks.
In Greenwich Village, an app-hail driver got held up at knife point had his bag containing his wallet robbed and his car partition damaged by a man and a woman he tried to kick out of his car for not wearing masks.
Also in Greenwich Village, a man hassled a cop who was monitoring a protest with profanities and xenophobic slurs.
Again in Greenwich Village, protesters smashed the plexiglass window of a restaurant shanty.
In Downtown Manhattan, two homeless people savagely beaten a homeless woman to death with a shovel and a pipe during a dispute over money and with the aid of another homeless woman tried to hide the body by wrapping her in plastic bags and duct tape inside an abandoned fish market building.
Also in Downtown Manhattan at the South Street Seaport, a man being unruly on a city bus bit a cop on his thigh when he was trying to remove him.
Again in Downtown Manhattan, a fight broke out between a Trump booster and an anti-Trump protester during a massive campaign flag demonstration supporting the previous one term president.
And again in Downtown Manhattan at the Fulton Street Station, a Samaritan got in a man’s face when he caught him harassing a woman and her two children and then the thug stabbed him on the shoulder when he was walking away.
And again in Downtown Manhattan at the Oculus, a woman running for city council got attacked by a woman and fought her off on the staircase. I have to remind you that she’s an Asian-American woman and she’s going to walk instead to get around the city she wants to represent.
And again in Downtown Manhattan, a homeless man suddenly charged a couple walking with their 1-year-old son in his stroller by Battery Park and slashed both of them and then slashed the toddler on his lip. The assailant previously served time for attempted murder. During the remote court hearing, the goon didn’t seem to give a shit about being convicted again.
And again in Downtown Manhattan, a man committed suicide by jumping from the Staten Island Ferry into the East River.
In Times Square at the 42nd. St. Station, a man killed himself jumping in front of the arriving A train.
In Murray Hill, a 92-year-old man got killed by a hit-and-run driver while he was crossing the street.
In the Upper West Side, three men jumped out of a car and jumped a woman walking on the sidewalk and robbed her purse. Then the goons went east on 65th st to the Upper East Side and did the same thing to two other women.
Also in the Upper West Side at the 96th St. Station, a man pushed a woman onto the tracks after she told him to stop flirting with her and when she took a picture of him on her cellphone.
In Central Park, two men on citibikes going riding on a pleasant day got jumped by three boys who held them up at knifepoint and stole their bikes. The three little bastards are also suspected mugging a man for his cellphone at knifepoint on the sidewalk by the park, stole a motor scooter from an apartment building, and held up 3 boys at gunpoint and robbed their cellphones and ganged up on a 13-year-old boy and robbed his cap on the Upper West Side.
Also in Central Park, a mentally ill man approached a couple and their 5-year-old son sitting on a bench and then sat down next to the mother and whispered in her her and then punched the man in the face after he told him to leave them alone.
In Manhattanville, a man got shot in the leg on the street in broad daylight.
In the Upper East Side at the 96th St. Station, a homeless man got killed by a rescue train inside the tunnel.
Also in the Upper East Side, a man swinging a sword on the street got the attention of cops who told him to put down the weapon. Then the maniac got belligerent and rushed one of the cops and punched him multiple times before the other cops cuffed him.
Again in the Upper East Side at the 63rd St./Lexington Ave. Station, a man kept flogging his dolphin on the F train.
In Washington Heights, a man got shot in the leg while he was being robbed on the sidewalk and the mugger got away in a car with three other men.
Also in Washington Heights, two men got shot on Broadway during a drive-by.
Again in Washington Heights, a man stabbed a 17-year-old boy on the street to settle an argument. The victim walked to a nearby hospital and died there.
And again in Washington Heights, a man walked into a fashion boutique and had a few words with the sales woman and then slashed her across the face with a box cutter.
And again in Washington Heights, a man and a woman arranged a hookup on an app and the date went awry at the woman’s apartment as the man demands for anal sex were rejected so he tried to rape her and then the woman stabbed him in the neck and kept his wallet.
In Hudson Yards, a construction worker went into a luxury clothing store and stashed a gun in there.
In Union Square, Bill de Blasio gave a platitude laden speech decrying biased violence against Asian-American people and nobody wanted to hear his bullshit as he got mercilessly heckled at and then fled from his constituents with his NYPD detail as they continued yelling at him.
In Penn Station, a man randomly punched another man in the face in the plaza and then mocked his victim with a kung fu pose.
In Herald Square, a man got killed when he got hit by the D train while he was standing on the tracks.
In Grand Central, a man got slashed in the arm while fighting with another man on the 4 train.
In the Lower East Side, a man smacked his daughter in the head while she during a zoom video class at their apartment because he thought she was cheating.
Also in the Lower East Side, a man went into a cellphone store and asked the saleswoman if he could test a celly, then he tried to steal it and the woman grabbed it back. Then the crook went behind the counter and smacked her in the head and ran out with the phone he was looking at.
Again in the Lower East Side, a man got ambushed by a homeless man who punched him in the face and yelled xenophobic slurs at him on a street corner after the victim parked his car.
And again in the Lower East Side, a man rushed up to 54-year-old woman, called her a fucking Asian and hit her face with a pipe.
And again in the Lower East Side, a stubborn woman got belligerent inside a supermarket when she refused to put on a face mask when a counter person told her to wear one. Then the woman called him a racial slur and repeated it over and over again in front of appalled customers and a security guard who had trouble trying to kick her out.
And again in the Lower East Side, a man got shot in broad daylight drive-by while sitting in his car as a Black SUV rolled right by him.
In Tribeca at the Franklin St. Station, a man called a 68-year-old man a motherfucking slur and punched him in the face on the 1 train.
Also in Tribeca, a 17-year-old boy drunk off his ass fell down the stairs during a NYC Sheriff raid of luxe bottle club party in a two floor loft where pandemic protocol violating illegal speakeasy ragers primarily run and promoted by the tenant have been going on for nearly a year.
In the Financial District, a man yelled a xenophobic slur at a food delivery guy and bashed him on the head with a pipe.
In the West Village, a 68-year-old woman got slugged in the head by a man who ran by her while she was walking on the sidewalk.
In the East Village, a sidewalk on 14th Street has turned into a homeless retail market and a red light district for drug sales and use ever since a church’s clothing charity shut down because of the pandemic.
In Alphabet City, a 14-year-old boy got stabbed while being beaten down by a gang of six men who robbed his backpack and a Samaritan got stabbed when he tried to help the victim in front of an apartment building at the Riis Houses.
In Noho, a man randomly attacked a young woman and hit her with a blunt object and then tried to strangle her on the sidewalk in broad daylight.
Also in Noho, a woman at a Stop Asian Hate rally got confronted by a homeless man who asked about the sign she was carrying, then he took it and stomped on it after failing to stuff it in a garbage can. Then he punched her face two times after she demanded why he wrecked her sign.
In Soho, a xenophobic man yelled racial slurs and tried to spit on a woman who was walking her dog and demanded that she go back to China.
Also in Soho, two men broke through the window of a luxury fashion designer store and robbed 33 grand worth of handbags, tote bags and scarves.
Again in Soho,protesters broke plexiglass windows of a restaurant shanty during their march on the street.
In Kips Bay, Senator Daniel Moniyhan’s daugther yelled xenophobic slurs at an app-hail driver.
Also in Kips Bay, a homeless woman set herself on fire on the sidewalk.
In Sugar Hill, two men engaged in a wild west shootout on the street as stray bullets broke the windows of parked cars.
In Columbus Circle, a man committed suicide by jumping in front of the arriving A train.
In Morningside Park, a man was found dead floating in a pond.
In Tudor Village, a man committed suicide by leaping from the 23rd floor of his apartment building.
In the Financial District, two men ran out of a restaurant without paying then and fled in different cars, but not before one of them took out a gun and fired random shots and got arrested and the other driver knocked down a pedestrian while driving the wrong way during his getaway.
In Washington Square Park, a man stole a little bike from a 5 year-old boy after he tripped him up and then a month later he pushed a 3-year-old girl off her bike and ran away.
Also in Washington Square Park, a woman writhed on the arch and danced like an idiot while barefoot as a man played free jazz on a saxaphone.
In Sheepshead Bay, during an EMT response to an emergency call, a paramedic got attacked by a 17-year-old girl who has having a drug-induced breakdown and jumped her on the stairs as she was entering the house and then she wrapped her arms and legs around her and chomped on her face like a cannibal. The medic wound up with a permanent scar on her face.
This is just one of over 50 attacks on EMS workers in the past year. So when does Chirlane McCray’s Thrive officials come into a situation like this?
Also in Sheepshead Bay, a man committed suicide by setting himself on fire in his backyard. His mother has been reported as a missing person.
In Cypress Hills at the Euclid Ave. Station, a man sidled over to another man sitting on the A train, gave him a menacing stare and bashed him on the head with a cane following a dispute.
Also in Cypress Hills, three cat burglars broke into a supermarket by cutting a hole on the roof and then cracked two safes and an ATM machine and stole $50,000.
In City Line, a woman got shot to death and two men got hit during a gang-related shootout between two men in front of a commercial store used as an event space following a speakeasy party being thrown there. One of the gunman got arrested 4 days later.
In East New York, a woman got crushed to death after getting run over by a back hoe that was backing up on the crosswalk where she walking while looking at her cellphone. No bollards or barricades were at the Con Edison worksite.
Also in East New York at the Eastern Parkway Station, a man approached an 83-year-old woman waiting by an elevator and tried to steal her shopping bag of groceries. The elderly woman valiantly fought back as her cries for help went unanswered and the man managed to steal a loaf of bread and ran away. It’s like a scene of Les Miseralbes for the 2nd decade of the 21st century. Or a very dystopian version of a classic Seinfeld episode.
Again in East New York, two Sanitation workers on their route hauling trash and recycling got yelled at by two women who were passengers in an app-hail livery car and wasn’t going to tolerate waiting for them to cleanup up the block. Then a gang of four men arrived after being summoned by one of the women on her celly and they attacked the two garbage men with a golf club and a bat and stole a cellphone off the one they beat the worst. The four skells are still on the loose.
And again in East New York, a man got killed by a hit-and-run driver while crossing the street near his house.
And again in East New York, a man found a dead man that was left by a dumpster and he took his wallet and used the credit cards inside to buy a cellphone and a cap in stores at City Line.
And again in East New York, a man flipped out on the J train while waving a machete at commuters.
And again in East New York, a man shot another man on the street at 4 in the morning.
And again in East New York, two men walked up to a man sitting in a parked car and one of them shot him multiple times. The man later died from his wounds. The victim’s mother cited the shooting stemmed from an obnoxious man who got into fights with people over parking spaces.
And again in East New York, a man got killed engaging in a shootout with another man at a plaza space by a public housing building.
And again in East New York, a woman crashed her SUV into a livery car as a man was exiting the vehicle, leading him to lose his leg from the impact.
And again in East New York, a man threatened a couple with a 2×4 and called them xenophobic slurs inside a Home Depot.
The man told them “I’ll cut you, I’m a Blood, I’ll shoot you.” These words the NY Daily News quoted word for word on a tweet and when yours truly repeated the words on a tweet, it got me banished and virtually vanished from Twitter.
In Borough Park, the founder of neighborhood vigilante patrol squad Shonrim groomed a 15-year-old girl and raped her at his home, at his other house upstate and in a hotel room in Chicago where he she went to Yeshiva school.
Also in Borough Park, a woman sneaked into a Yeshiva school and robbed nearly $200 worth of food a carton of milk
Again in Borough Park, two accordion buses got stuck facing each other on street corner as the drivers haggled over who had the right of way to advance.
In Coney Island, burglars broke into a convenience store and robbed a portable ATM containing 10 grand.
Also in Coney Island, a man smacked another man in the head with a stop sign during a dispute over a parking space.
In Bushwick, cops responding to a domestic violence call got greeted by a rabid pit pull as they tried to enter the apartment, then they shot the dog.
Also in Bushwick at the Myrtle Ave./Wyckoff Ave. Station, a man was causing a ruckus on the M train and then he repeatedly punched a woman as she tried to exit the train.
Again in Bushwick, a man got murdered by his best friend who stabbed him to death in front of his apartment building where his victim let him crash while he was out on bail after getting arrested for gun possession.
And again in Bushwick, two men and a woman were spray painting their tag names on a brownstone building in broad daylight and when a 62-year-old woman caught them in the act and yelled at them, the trio followed her and one of the “street artists” slashed her in the arm with a boxcutter and they ran away.
And again in Bushwick, a man shot two other men in front of somebody’s house.
And again in Bushwick at the Kusciuszko St. Station, a man beat the shit out of another man and choked him out on the corner seat on the J train.
And again in Bushwick at the Wyckoff Ave/Mrytle Ave. Station, a homeless man begging for change got frustrated when he wasn’t getting any then he pulled out a knife and started swinging it and yelled at a woman to go back to China.
Also in Williamsburg, a homeless encampment tree house tower found in a lot that was built and assembled with garbage, discarded furniture and debris from building developments lot also served as a drug den.
Again in Williamsburg, five people got shot at a speakeasy rager inside a garage cum hookah lounge.
And again in Williamsburg, a man got shot to death at point blank range at the front door of his apartment after his killer knocked on it.
And again in Williamsburg, a man sneaked up behind another man and snatched his $8,000 shtreimel off his head.
And again in Williamsburg, three tweens harassed a man and threw trash at him and when a cop showed up to admonish the brats, one of them bit him.
In Flatbush, a man pushed an 81-year-old man to the concrete as he stepped out of a liquor store.
Also in Flatbush, a woman beat her 3-month-old baby to death at her apartment.
Again in Flatbush, a man stalked a woman to her apartment building and grabbed her in the lobby then he repeatedly punched and caused her head to fall on the stairwell and then he fingerraped her.
And again in Flatbush, a man shot another man to death in the middle of the street following an argument.
In East Flatbush, a fire destroyed three floors of an apartment building, causing injuries to three residents and two firefighters.
Also in East Flatbush, a man shot a 16-year-old boy in the stomach during a drive-by.
Also in Sunset Park at the 59th St. Station, a man waltzed up to a cop and grabbed her in the crotch on the platform.
In Crown Heights, a man shot another man in the gut while he was standing at a bus stop.
Also in Crown Heights, a man stabbed another man in the neck on a city bus.
Again in Crown Heights, a man empty the clip of his gun firing into the lobby of an apartment building.
In Bed-Stuy, a man got stabbed to death on the street after tussling with two other men a few blocks away from his house.
Also in Bed-Stuy at the Utica Ave. Station, a woman got killed when she fell off the platform as the C train arrived.
Again in Bed-Stuy, a woman committed suicide when she jumped in front of the arriving C train.
And again in Bed-Stuy at the Nostrand Ave. Station, a man whipped out his dick in front of a woman on the A train and smiled as she took a picture of him.
In Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, a man shot his roommate inside his apartment during a brawl and then shot at two cops coming up the stairwell as they were responding to the domestic dispute call, hitting one of them in the leg and the other in the chest, his bulletproof vest saving his life.
Also in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, a man got shot to death on the street following an argument with his killer.
Also in Brownsville at the Sutter Ave/Rutland Rd. Station, an argument between a 14-year-old girl and 18-year-old woman at deli earlier escalated on the elevated platform when the teenager pulled out a tazer and then the young woman pulled out a knife and stabbed her in the chest and then ran away with a gang of 10 people.
Again in Brownsville, a man and a woman got shot in front of a restaurant while they were waiting on line to get served.
In Fort Greene, three men grabbed a woman and held her down in the middle of the street as they stole her ID, debit card and cellphone.
Also in Fort Greene, a man grabbed his ex by her hair and beat the shit out of her just to steal her car keys
Again in Fort Greene, a 14-year-old boy had his cellphone robbed while he got ganged up and beat down by a gang of other boys in a playground. Another boy got robbed of his cellphone in the same fashion on the street two days later.
In Midwood, two men having an argument over a woman in front of an event space escalated into a shootout between the two and one of them wound up dead.
In Weeksville, a man attacked and robbed a purse off a 72-year-old woman in an elevator at her apartment building by pepper spraying her.
In Clinton Hill, a woman came home from a week long vacation to find her apartment robbed of her television and about a few grand in cash.
Also in Clinton Hill, a man broke into a sushi restaurant and robbed it of a 1000 bucks.
Again in Clinton Hill, a man got jumped by a gang of four men who grabbed him by his arms and legs and turned him upside down and robbed his phone after he took it out to tell them the time.
And again in Clinton Hill at the Clinton Ave/Washington Ave Station, a man punched a woman in the face and stole her wallet as she was buying a metrocard.
And again in Clinton Hill, two men sitting in a double parked car got approached by two men who asked the driver what time it was and then stuck a knife at him and carjacked his vehicle after two other men showed up in broad daylight as pedestrians walked by and people riding their bikes passed them.
In Bensonhurst, a 16-year-old boy beat down a 61-year-old man and robbed him of 3 bucks and his car keys.
Also in Bensonhurst, a man clobbered another man upside his head with a 2×4.
Again in Bensonhurst, a man riding a motorcycle without plates threw his helmet at a cop who pulled him over and then ditched the bike and tried to run but got caught and was found possessing an unlicensed semi-automatic gun.
And again in Bensonhurst, a man whacked a woman in the head with a glass bottle inside a deli.
And again in Bensonhurst, a man looted a grand worth of pills from a pharmacy.
And again in Bensonhurst, two men stole over 14 large worth of car and truck gear and tools from an auto body shop.
In Bay Ridge, a dead man washed upon the shore near a wastewater plant.
In Bath Beach, three men held up a man inside his car at knifepoint and robbed $800.
Also in Bath Beach, a man tried to choke his friend inside his house over money.
Again in Bath Beach, a man trying to hock a necklace ran with $3,000 of jewels when the clerk wasn’t looking.
And again in Bath Beach, a man went into a deli and held a worker at knifepoint and robbed $250.
In Kensington, a man yelled racial and sexist epithets at an 18-year-old woman as she was helping her mom unload groceries from her car and then he hit her leg with his car while fleeing after she was about to dial 911.
In Brooklyn Heights, a man smacked another man in the head with a cane and left him lying on the sidewalk.
In Greenpoint, a man walked up to young man sitting in a car by a playground and shot him on his arms and legs.
Also in Greenpoint, three off duty MTA workers, one of them who cleans trains for a living, were caught vandalizing a van with their graffiti tags.
In Downtown Brooklyn, two men shoplifted bottles of perfume from Macy’s and menaced a worker with a knife who tried to stop them.
Also in Downtown Brooklyn, a female firefighter discovered her city placard was stolen from her car along with other belongings.
Again in Downtown Brooklyn at the High St. Station, a homeless lifted a cellphone from a man’s pocket and then punched his face when he tried to retrieve it.
Again in Downtown Brooklyn at the Nevins St. Station, a man stabbed another man on his legs on the 4 train.
And again in Downtown Brooklyn, a man broke into a newsstand and robbed cash and scratch tickets totaling over 12 grand.
In Boerum Hill, a man beatdown a man with an aluminum bat in front of a bodega.
Also in Boerum Hill, a man had his ebike stolen while he was making a delivery, even though he locked the wheel.
Again in Boerum Hill, a man looted $3,500 worth of equipment from a medical office.
In Flatlands, a woman being treated for cardiac arrest by paramedics died after a driver crashed his car into the ambulance she was in, causing it to flip over from the impact.
In Brooklyn Heights, two men snatched over 14 grand in lottery tickets from a deli.
In Dumbo, a woman got slashed on her leg in front of her apartment building.
In Ditmars Park, a man got shot in the stomach after an argument with his assailant on a street corner.
In Manhattan Beach, a man spit on a woman while she was walking her dog and told her he had COVID.
In Gravesend, a man pushed his neighbor to the sidewalk for being Chinese.
Also in Gravesend, a homeless man punched a Samaritan in the face who was trying to stop him from harassing an elderly couple and then called him a xenophobic slur.
In Brighton Beach, three men beat down a man inside a deli and stole his wallet.
In Seagate, a couple of men broke into a synagogue and cracked a collection box open and robbed $1,000.
In Gowanus, a man crashed his car into a truck on the expressway while driving drunk and killed a woman who was sitting beside him in the front seat.
At the Brooklyn Criminal Courthouse, a judge released a 19-year-old gang member on a gun charge on the defense that the gun belonged to another gang member he was with inside an app-hail delivery car despite having four prior indictments for gun possession in 2 arrests when he got caught trying to ditch the weapons. And two other arrests where he got caught doing a gunpoint robbery while possessing baggies of cocaine in Jamaica and setting up gunpoint robbery of two men at a hotel plus with another gang member and two women plus an attempted murder charge when he was 15. When the thug returned for another arraignment hearing, a different judge decided to lock him up.
In Parkchester, a confrontation between a man and two other men in front of a deli escalated when one of the men punched the other man in the face, then the man who got hit reached for his gun but got beaten on the draw by the other man standing there who shot him twice and killed him with a bullet to his head. This happened just before sundown at a quarter after 5 PM.
Also in Parkchester, a man got stabbed in the lobby of an apartment building.
In Concourse Village, cops in the area caught two men in the act of shooting down a man to death in the the middle of the street and fired back at them. Both assailants ran away but got caught by two other cops patrolling the area. A bystander on the sidewalk got hit with a stray bullet during the crossfire but nothing is known if it came from the gunmen or the cops. What is known that one of the cops bullets hit one of the gunmen.
In Mott Haven, three men standing in front of store got confronted by two cars that rolled up in front of them, and then two men charged at them. One man armed with a gun shot two of them and another man targeted the other man and stabbed him multiple times in the back.
Also in Mott Haven, a one-month old baby was beaten to death inside an apartment and the mother tried to blame her death on a stomach ailment.
Again in Mott Haven, a man walked into a laundromat and asked a worker their for help doing laundry when another man jumped him from behind and pistol whipped him and held him up at gunpoint and both men made off with $1,500.
In Throggs Neck, two men stole a painting of a sheepdog drinking a bottle of Jameson from a bar’s facade.
In Crotona Park East, a gangbanger got shot to death from a fusillade of bullets in the middle of the street.
In Crotona, a man got shot to death from a blast to the chest and another man survived a shot to the head on the street.
In Pelham Parkway, a man brutally stabbed his friend to death following a brawl with him where he claimed he was attacking him with a straight razor inside his apartment and then left him there to rot for days.
In Olinville, two men on a scooter rolled passed a playground slow as the man in the back seat took out a semi-automatic gun and fired multiple shots at numerous people hanging out by the jungle gym and the handball courts
Since The Blaz is such a big fan of The Wire…
Also in Olinville, a man barged into a deli and demanded free store credit at knife point. Then he got into a fight with a worker after he called him a racial slur and stabbed him in the back and neck.
In Soundview, a man was shot to death in a gang related incident in front of a juice bar in broad daylight.
Also in Soundview, a man shot another man with a tazer as he was depositing money in an ATM inside a bank. The fiend made off with 20 bucks.
Again in Soundview, a man bled to death after his girlfriend stabbed him on the shoulder during a domestic dispute in his apartment.
And again in Soundview, a man shot another man in the legs on the street.
In Norwood, a man shot a woman to death inside an apartment frequented by gangbangers.
Also in Norwood, a man stabbed another man multiple times in front of a bar. As his assailant ran away, another man came running up the street and shot at him multiple times but missed and a stray bullet hit a woman in the ass who standing outside.
In Longwood, a man stood in the middle of the street to stop an express city bus then he went to the drivers window and punched him in the face and spat on him. Another man showed up with the attacker and forced the bus doors open and got into an argument with the driver without face masks on.
Also in Longwood, a woman walked inside a bodega and stuck her gun through the partition and shot four times at the clerk.
In West Farms, a man got shot to death on the sidewalk in broad daylight.
Also in West Farms, a man stabbed his boyfriend to death over drugs inside their apartment.
In Fordham, a man rushed towards a 61-year-old man on the sidewalk and slugged him twice and then he got on the bus after leaving him unconscious.
Also in Fordham, a man got shot on the sidewalk and was found face down on the pavement with a gun his hand.
In Kingsbridge, a couple beat up and strangled their teenage daughter inside their apartment and were caught with a cache of weapons consisting of a guns, swords and a rifle and also a bulletproof vest after a visit from ACS officials investigating them for child abuse.
In Melrose, a man got killed by a hit-and-run driver as he was while walking on the crosswalk.
In University Heights, a 15-year-old boy on a moped scooter got into a fight with a man on a street corner and got stabbed three times.
In Morrisania, a man riding a citibike rolled up to a 14-year-old boy walking on the sidewalk, bashed his face a few times and robbed his cellphone and rode away.
Also in Morrisania, a man chased another man up a stairwell at a NYCHA building and shot him to death.
Again in Morrisania, two men brawling in front of a hotel homeless shelter ended with one man lying unconscious on the pavement. He died three days later from the injuries he sustained. His killer is still on the loose.
In West Bronx, a man got shot in the middle of the street.
In South Bronx at the Cypress Ave. Station, a man slashed another man on his lip to settle an argument on the platform.
Also in South Bronx, a man having a row with another man on the street shot him in the legs to settle it.
In Fordham Heights at the Fordham Road Station, a man grabbed an 8-year-old boy from his mother’s hand as they were walking down the stairs and gave her a menacing stare after he failed to kidnap the child.
In Williamsbridge, a man walked steadily down the street and shot a man who was talking to a friend of his in front of his car.
Also on the Major Deegan Expressway, a man got killed by a hit-and-run driver while walking on the exit ramp.
On the Bruckner Expressway, a man got shot to death in a drive-by in an exit lane.
A NYPD detective got indicted for sexually molested a 12-year-old girl and a 14-year-old girl inside his apartment.
In West Brighton, a 75-year-old man got killed when he got hit by a SUV as he was crossing a two-way street.
In Bullshead, two men barged into a house and beat down a man and then zip tied him along with an 86-year-old man who was in the kitchen with him but left without robbing anything.
In Stapleton, a 7-year-old boy injured himself when he ran into the street coming out of a bus and got hit by a fire engine.
In Grasmere, a triple car crash led to a median lamppost getting knocked down and one person going to the hospital.
In Grymes Hill, a man shot at another man three times during an argument after a car crash near a college campus.
In New Brighton, a man tried to flee from the cops during a traffic stop and got caught with a loaded gun.
In Great Kills, a man crashed his car through a brick wall and into a backyard while tripping balls on drugs.
In Travis, cops deployed to break up a street fight arrested a man with a 9mm on him.
In Rosebank, a man got approached by cops while he was rolling a joint in his car, then tried to run away when they noticed he had a loaded gun on him.
In New Dorp, a man got arrested for drunk driving and then went on a vulgar rant and made descriptive threats to his arresting officers.
In Clifton, a young man got shot in the gut inside an apartment building at the Park Hill Houses.
In Graniteville, a man currently on parole got busted for possessing an AK-47 and a semi-automatic plus 4 loaded clips in his apartment. And also crack.
In Bloomfield, two men went into a hotel and held up the front desk person at gunpoint and robbed $1,500.
In Port Richmond, a man held up a cellphone store at gunpoint and ran out with $300 after he threatened to blow a worker’s face off.
In Midland Beach, half of a connected two family house went up in flames.
In Mariners Harbor, a 54-year-old woman got arrested at her house for running a gun trafficking ring with her boyfriend with weapons they dealt traced to murders of a man and his pregnant girlfriend.
Also in Mariners Harbor, a humongous fire devoured a warehouse.
Finally, in only a week since The Blaz re-opened high schools for in person learning, there has been a rise of students having their weapons confiscated.
Watch your steps, kid.
Dear Twitter Algorhitm,
Why did you do it?
Why did you suspend my account? How can you determine that what I wrote was directed as a threat to a newspaper? How is it possible that you cannot distinguish between a sardonic joke and an actual threat?
Most of all, how can you determine that I made a direct threat at a corporate news website when they were the ones that printed the actual threat and repress my only social media account when they were the ones who actually tweeted the inflammatory threat in whole first. Clearly to get clicks and RT’s. Why do I get censored for quoting their tweet, making a rhetorical situation out of it with the victim’s responding to the maniac who made the actual threat?
And I don’t get why the email informing me of my irrational and unjustified suspension makes it look like I directly threatened the Daily News when my tweet didn’t even @ them.
Even though I’m not surprised by this unreasonable ban on my rights to publish opinions on your platform, you did do it to the NY Post, which your boss and owner cited as a grievous mistake even though he still claims he didn’t know how it happened in two congressional testimonies. The same obviously happened here but what I find interesting is that the tweet you cited as proof in my email is utterly different than the actual tweet I made. Mr or Mrs. Algorithm, don’t you also have a zero tolerance policy regarding tweets that are not based in fact? Because this shows you are clearly in error.
Twitter Algorithm, I assure you I do not misuse my account with your platform to troll or to intimidate people or organizations or even for various genres of disgusting fetish porn, but to inform myself, my followers and passerby viewers in topics and news regarding politics, government affairs and events, various genres and forms of culture, mostly music and entertainment and also of updates to my blog post on Impunity City.
This arbitrary censorship of my account as well as the accusation of being a violent account is what’s really offensive and threatening and I demand it be restored.
P.S. Notice I didn’t even bring up the fact that this happened shortly after I published and tweeted my post on Andrew Yang. who has a quite a vociferously dedicated massive cult on your platform running protection for him. I would be remiss if you did the same for Yang like you did banning reports on Joe Biden’s never-do-well son so he would win the primary…
Here’s the first comment regarding my still suspended twitter account. But unlike twitter, I believe all voices and words should be published. Especially when a threat is legitimate and condones oppression of voices and words buttressed by baseless accusations.