Donald Rumsfeld, 88, Secretary Of Defense, 2001-2006 For The George W. Bush Administration, 1974-1976 For The Gerald Ford Administration
Donald Rumsfeld, 88, Secretary Of Defense, 2001-2006 For The George W. Bush Administration, 1974-1976 For The Gerald Ford Administration
Mike Gravel, 91, U.S. Senator Of Alaska, 2008 And 2020 Candidate For President
Gift Of Gab, 50, Rapper, Blackalicious
Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York.
The Summer of New York City during the still happening pandemic is only about a week old and Mayor de Blasio was just exposed strutting around town in a ludicrous, unbecoming and inappropriate get up for a man in his elected position and with numerous crises that are still happening under his purview as the Blaz has in short time transitioned from the Mayor Of NYC to the Staycation Mayor of de Blastopia. The Blaz showed up at a playground in Bushwick dressed like a flamingo neanderthal and that corpse from that weekend 80’s movie, grinning like an idiot and posing for pictures to be dispensed on social media in an obvious attempt to distract the press from reporting from the malaise happening on the streets and in his administration and the persistent threat of COVID-19’s Delta Variant.
Look at this fucking hipster, brought to you exclusively by his faithful patsy flack Bill Neidhart
Apparently Mr. Bill sees nothing wrong with the optics of this knowing full well how loathed his boss is to over half the city’s constituents, what’s even more inappropriate is the Blaz is partaking in games with children and beating them, most recently in a kickball game with his schools chancellor as a teammate (??!!). But more appalling is the way the press is reacting to this on the twitter. Not asking them to say anything bad, but after the way the Blaz has been treating them it be better if they don’t say anything at all (which is how Blaz wishes it could be).
Especially coming from local corporate news daily spokespeople like Michelle from Eyewitness News:
After giving my eyewitness observation, the long-time veteran news lady did a cut and run tweet and decided to deny my existence. Way to prove my point about accountability and transparency in the news.
Speaking of transparency, The Blaz can’t be any more clearer that he’s trying his goddamndist to distract everyone and avoid confrontation with the realities that he doesn’t want to see much less the ire of his constituents by crashing children’s summer playtime activities and turning them into safe spaces to avoid scrutiny
On a high note, no post about the Blaz can be complete without him naturally fucking up. In his narcissistic zeal to promote himself and his self-serving hashtag summer initiative, he posted a picture of him wearing his shades on the city’s government account and the reflection caught something quite as inappropriate as his dumb ass shirt.
The more this idiot keeps screwing around the future of NYC is going to have more blight. But he’ll just switch those shades for the rose colored ones he’s been wearing for 7 and a half years.
This post is dedicated to MIke Gravel and you too Michelle Charlesworth.
Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York
Washington Square Park, a green space of historic societal and cultural events and a pleasant environment to sit in solitude or socialize. A place where the likes of Bob Dylan and Allen Ginsburg hung out on the regular, nurturing the scenes of the nascent folk phenomenon and the beat poet movement that would change and influence music and literature forever. WSP would continue for decades to be a destination for all kinds of progressive demonstrations and protests, a place to play an intense game of chess and a convenient place to score a bag of weed, which continues to this very day.
But with the pandemic seemingly fading into the past after a year of collective seclusion and restrictive guidelines, a new history in a very short amount of time has unfolded and it’s one of upheaval and civil unrest and societal decay, with hard drug abuse being consumed in broad daylight and DJ ragers late at night even after the parks closing time. The new generation of denizens as turned the WSP into a governor’s ball festival every night.
Although the general consternation about how Washington Square has become a veritable den of iniquity, the park has been actually going downhill for about a year now since the pandemic began and was initiated by a sole homeless man name John Meshefski claimed and occupied the then cordoned off area around the fountain for about 2 months in the late spring and strutted around nude like he was the last man on earth. Not long after as pandemic guidelines were slowly lifted, NYU students started to throw the first of the weekend all night DJ ragers with zero repression from the NYPD.
This spring and summer, with pandemic restrictions gone, residents of the WSP area have come to find this nightly occupation of the park the biggest threat to the neighborhood since Robert Moses threatened to plow over it with asphalt for vehicular traffic. Which as exacerbated since Mayor de Blasio’s decision to defer his authority to the NYPD to take proactive measures and institute a 10 p.m. curfew which led to total chaos as revelers fought with cops trying to get back in and then got chased across Noho. The failure of that initiative has led to even more nightly baccanalias with booze fueled raves. Despite the claims of community vibes unhampered by police intervention, blowback from brazen park violating activity led to two people getting slashed during one of these ragers, aping what happens on occasion at your regular nite clubs.
Village residents fed up with the NYPD’s alarming insouciance after the failed curfew, the Chief Rodney Harrison and other high brass cops arranged a town hall meeting with them to tell them that their concerns would be addressed (actually they are complaints). The NYC Parks commissioner also gave a token assurance to the frustrated audience that the cops will have a more robust presence to tamp down noise and other illicit behavior. Meanwhile outside, a crowd of advocates for the hard partiers gathered and held there own town hall on the street and got into virulent debates with residential passerby.
Then when Friday arrived, all that was said and promised by Harrison or other high brass cops to bring back a semblance of normalcy to Washington Square Park yielded nothing. But there were other things going on during the day and night’s festivities that were interesting.
Arriving the official start of the weekend at 5 P.M. and got immediately hit with an infernal racket of some guy screaming and warbling into a microphone. Upon closer inspection and it was none other than the big Meshefski himself from last year’s New York Post chronicles of his occupation and naked frolicking. Mr. Meshefski, still homeless and clearly not of sound mind (although he can afford a mic and an amplifier) was singing and cursing up a cacaphonic storm for about 30 minutes until NYC Parks Police arrived and stunningly let him finish his a crapella routine instead of confiscating his speaker and detaining him.
Despite the stunning lack of reasonable repression, the Parks cops strategy worked and Mr. Mishefski complied and shut his mic down and departed from the fountain, but he resumed his racket on the promenade when other people started blaring music full blast.
Despite the cacophony it wasn’t that oppressive if you walked to other spaces (although I’m sure the sound carries in the ether above and outside) and seen people selling their creative wares, people exercising their religious beliefs and bump into a few busking musicians. Or what our local elected leaders like to refer to as “vibrancy in action”. Not to be crotchety, but people ruin things when they turn things like enjoying a day in the park into talking points.
Anyway, to quote any regular citizen, it was all good.
Although there was hardly any shooting up or crack smoking (probably have to show up early in the day to check out Wash Sq. Hampsterdam), people smoking pot and drinking booze were being done discreetly just as during the days of Giuliani and Bloomberg time when there was a NYPD command post parked at 4th St. All in all, the scene at WSP was copacetic. As for the cops, their presence was astonishingly small considering what they told residents a few nights before.
And right at sundown, came the motor scooters…
This gang would come in spurts throughout the day and night, riding around the fountain and by people sitting on benches with total impunity. The predominant demographics of young and youngish people at the park didn’t mind them at all, and some older holdover park goers handled it with visible jadedness.
Although obnoxious and disturbing, these bikers wasn’t the most outlier presence going on in the park, as there was something here amongst the free-for-all going on in Washington Square that actually stood out and explained all this commotion and illicit behavior was going down here.
Situated in the back of the Arch entrance, a bunch of chairs and a picnic table was set up by a group of White women and men and it was suddenly covered with dozens of pizza pies. It was a wonder how they thought they were going to get away with selling food without a visible license or permit but that theory went south after it was revealed that they were giving away pizza slices for free.
They were also giving away free water, clothes, books and menstrual products as we
According to the chalk bulletin and agitprop on the concrete, this charity drive was arranged by an organization known as WSP Mutual Aid which to be presumptuous is some kind of non-profit group to help the poor and needy.
Upon further observation, the people who were partaking in all this charity were not even poor people, but everyone that was hanging at the park at the time. Everyone under 30. And upon a little more observation, this charity org doesn’t like cops at all.
The scene around this gathering was also accompanied by a gaggle of photographers and some journalists, probably here to cover the potential clash between the people and the cops once the park’s scheduled closing arrived at midnight.
But at the moment darkness fill the sky, it got foreboding on the ground. High brass officers and cops showed up with a bunch of barricades and started cordoning off the Arch and part of the entrance/exit ways. It looked like they were going to honor the Village residents complaints and make a serious move the quell the festivities going on in the park.
Not exactly, what they actually did is made a fortress around the arch in order to protect it from vandals. Then all the cops went inside the barricades and stood guard under it and stayed put, so they basically and willingly put themselves into a pig pen. (Surprisingly no one noticed that at the time.)
After they did this, the cops stood down inside there and the park got more raucous and the bass got louder as a rager manifested on the south east side of the park and it was lit up. Literally, lit up.
As the minutes got closer to midnight, the park was still at peak vibrancy. The park denizens didn’t even notice or gave a damn about the NYPD’s presence. Amongst the cacophony of cranked music and loud chatter of the thousands of people in the park that night, the WSP Mutual Fund distinctively stuck out. Instead of packing up their goods as the parks closing time was getting closer, they maintained their makeshift community station and more people assembled in their space. Plus they ordered more pizza to give away for free and laid out more free clothes to grab.
What’s going on here in Washington Square Park is in all essence an autonomous zone. Everything that’s happening is similar in spirit to the CHAZ movement in Seattle. Complete with music performances and an independent marketplace.
The difference being is that its all being ironically monitored and chaperoned by the NYPD. Another ironic thing is the brazen and glaring issue that all this free grub and apparel were obviously not going to the needy because there were any homeless people around at all. The only people enjoying the charity was the revelry. The only thing this WSP Mutual Fund organization is doing is brazenly enabling the nightly rackets and after hours loitering.
Apparently, the only thing this WSP Mutual Fund and their donors and benefactors are actually contributing here is to make Washington Square Park a local and free version of a Bonaroo or Lollapalooza festival and a complete takeover of public space, which they ironically accuse Greenwich Village residents of doing all because they are disturbed by the noise and potential violence every night.
It’s 12 AM, do you know where your abolitionists are?
When the clock struck twelve, voices coming from the WSP mutual fund crowd were yelling “whose park, our park” and the cops stood at ease. (Well, actually they were just having conversations or texting and reading celly messages). And the noise in the park was still at a high level, but the atmosphere was somewhat a version of calm. But about 40 minutes later, a man decided to settle an argument with some other fellows by whipping out a knife and flashlight shaped taser, which caused a stamped of people fleeing the scene and wound up bloodying and bruising a woman who happened to be taking a stroll with a friend.
It may be hard to believe, but cops stepped out from their post and dutifully arrested the perp and escorted him out of the park and people returned to the park and resumed partying down after the harrowing incident. So what Chief Harrison has done with his promise to the residents in the Village here to mitigate the nightly ruckus was to have the NYPD act as glorified security guards of the Arch and glorified bouncers for the Washington Square Park autonomous zone.
It isn’t like Chief Harrison lied to these people, because this is the city’s policy regarding the contentious issue that is the WSPAZ; for Mayor de Blasio, who has been on a lysergic dementia high lately, is relying on his certainty that the cacophony and violence is going to find a way to naturally fade away. Plus this deranged theory is in lockstep with his deranged narrative that the aurally volatile environment happening in the park every night is confirmation of the city’s recovery. It’s no wonder why sociopaths like this event promoter is mocking the NYPD and the Village residents by telling them to move out and organizing boxing matches by the Arch.
They can try their hardest, but look at how many people are here,” said Olivia Stevens, an 18-year-old college student from New Jersey, who comes to the park “because the suburbs are boring and my friends and I have nothing else to do.”
“Nothing is going to stop us from showing up,” she said.
If there is any wonder where Police Commissioner Dermot Shea has been regarding this, all he can do is feebly vent because his boss The Blaz, who has been will not let anything disrupt his hashtag Summer of NYC initiative and will do anything to keep his delusory version of Fun City devolve into Fear City. So the Washington Square Park Autonomous Zone is going to remain as long as the nights are still heated.
The park is theirs.
Cash is no longer king at the subway’s token booths.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials said Wednesday that booth workers — who once handled thousands of cash and fare transactions each day — will no longer accept riders’ cash or swap their damaged MetroCards.
Hand-to-hand transactions were banned at the booths in March 2020 as transit honchos feared they put workers at risk of catching COVID-19. Now officials say that shift will be made permanent.
“We currently do not plan to resume cash transactions in the booths,” MTA chief safety officer Pat Warren said during a news conference.
Warren said OMNY — the MTA’s tap-and-pay fare system that will fully replace MetroCards by the end of 2023 — means the authority will no longer need workers in booths to assist riders with cash transactions.
Straphangers can still use cash to pay for MetroCards at automated vending machines in subway stations. The vending machines will eventually be replaced with OMNY machines that also take cash.
Token booth workers will also no longer swap out MetroCards that are damaged or expired. MTA officials said riders with damaged MetroCards will have to mail them in or go to the agency’s customer service center in lower Manhattan to get replacements.
Transport Workers Union Local 100 president Tony Utano — who represents a majority of the MTA’s workforce — feared the move away from cash was a step towards cutting the booth worker positions entirely.
“Not having cash transactions at subway booths is an inconvenience, and an insult, to subway riders,” said Utano. “Station agents alert the police on behalf of crime victims, summon ambulances for injured and sick riders [and] report suspicious, menacing and dangerous behavior.”
The MTA is making a huge mistake.
Actually, a really fucking huge mistake, but in all honesty what else can they do? It was only over a year ago the MTA announced that they needed over 50 billion dollars to fix the subway and then the COVID-19 pandemic happened which inevitably led to devastating financial losses from low ridership. And now the transit system is broke.
Besides the virus that’s still having an impact on transit service, meteoric subway crime rates continues to have an effect going into this summer even as protocols are being slowly lifted.
Although there has been some progress tamping down crime in recent weeks thanks to the way overdue deployment of NYPD to the rails, it’s ludicrously stupid that the MTA is going to abolish station agents so soon when their stupid ass OMNY is not going to be the default fare pay system in 2 years .Plus what the MTA’s quasi-cash ban is essentially illegal in New York City by deliberately inducing commuters to purchase fares via credit or cellphone when city council banned high-end chain fast food restaurants trying to establish their exclusivity payment policy.
But because of the zeal to implement this neoliberal based tech to the turnstiles in order to reduce payroll, without the extra eyes of the station agents, the blowback from their absence will lead to more fare beating especially if metrocard vending machines continue to malfunction and commuters will be hopping the turnstiles if they have no way they can pay which in turn will lead to more serious felonious crimes as recidivist criminals will easily be able to access. more random attacks by wayward mentally ill people that are continuing to be blown off by city services and ultimately more vandalism (they still haven’t caught the lunatics who smashed all those train windows last year).
Plus what the MTA is trying to induce on commuters is essentially illegal in New York City by deliberately making it difficult to make cash purchase.
Get ready for another summer of fresh transit hell, New York City…and beyond.
This scene takes place in South Richmond Hill, Liberty Ave. and Lefferts Blvd.
The sight was quite incredible and truly unexpected.
Two massive vaccine buses giving out two vaccines, one for the two-dose Pfizer and the other for the one-shot Johnsons
Only one problem…
Nobody was doing it.
After spending about an hour scoping this out, zero people lined up to get vaccinated.
Little Guyana is one of the areas currently with the highest COVID infection rates in Southside Queens and likely also one of the top ranked areas in vaccine hesitancy among it’s residents.
The Blaz, a disaster of a mayor and selfish human being, has been talking about equity regarding these vaccines for months and even by sending two mobile vac sites he is still failing his constituents, mainly because the city has not made an effort to inform people of the side effects and there is zero data about re-infections after vaccinations.
What’s interesting about this over-deployment of vac buses is why send two to this one spot instead of sending one of these mobile sites to other neighborhoods with higher COVID infections and hesitancy and lack of available vac sites, notably in other lower income Southside Queens enclaves like Far Rockaway? I guess because of the demographics there is higher chance for the India-based Delta Variant of COVID-19 to spread or maybe it was because the Blaz was on this block a few weeks ago for a street renaming event.
It’s easy to see why the Blaz and his NYC Dept of Health desperately overcompensated to get residents around Little Guyana inoculated and why vaccine equity is all performance, because they have been more concerned with getting tourist destination areas clear of COVID spread first, notably in Times Square by opening up a vac site on Broadway complete with a musical performance to entertain the Blaz and his elite producers, hospitality CEO buddies and Lin Miranda Manuel. And has is typical of the Blaz’s touch of failure, this site is now out of commission because the contractor fucked up and let vaccines spoil. The Blaz also sent, make that used the mobile vac buses mostly as promotional events when he showed up at an event featuring his fauxgressive ally Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in Jackson Heights and other stops in the West and East Village in Manhattan so his son Dante got to promote his side hustle DJ act.
Not much is known how many people got the jabs ever since these buses have been on the streets in the last few months. Looking at this, it gives the impression that it might be on the block for about a week but it was only set up for one day. Although the sight of these buses should give a sense of confidence, it’s ultimately wasteful to send them on the same day the primary election races for Mayor, City Council and Borough President is going on and extremely insulting how late the city took getting at least one bus to this area after months of being one of the city’s highest infected enclaves.
This scene in Queens looks more another exhibition of equity than it is for public health equity and it’s also another exhibition of the mayor’s persistent profligate spending of city tax dollars. Which ultimately results in more passive disenfranchisement of city services.
With homelessness one of the most pressing issues in the 2021 mayoral race, it’s more important than ever that those on the street have somewhere safe to sleep. Oftentimes, that means a non-profit shelter. Yet many of the private security officers who work at these shelters are paid so little they can barely afford health insurance – and are even in danger of homelessness themselves.
Now the New York City Council and Mayor Bill DeBlasio are moving to change this, committing 40.5 million dollars to ensure that these essential workers are paid fair, livable wages.
“For over 4,000 working families – their lives are going to change, this year,” said Mayor DeBlasio at a press conference this afternoon. A group of working people, each wearing union shirts, stood behind him. “You can’t ask someone to help solve one of the most challenging problems in society, but not give them enough to put food on their tables, or pay their rent, or take care of their families.”
His description was borne out by a number of speakers. Homeless shelters can be rife with violence; yet many security officers are paid minimum wage, barely enough to sustain an individual, let alone a family. “We cannot afford to live in the city we work,” said Shaquille Sheppard, a private shelter security officer who himself grew up in-and-out of shelters. “Private security jobs are poverty jobs.” Kyle Bragg, president of Local 32BJ, a chapter of the Service Employees International Union, substantiated this, saying that, “while helping the City’s most vulnerable, many of these workers struggle to afford things themselves,” and, “may even find themselves homeless.”
According to a recent survey, shelter security workers – over 90% of whom are people of color – are more than four times as likely to be homeless or uninsured than the average New Yorker. At the same time, some 48% of those surveyed said they are inadequately trained. In somewhere as dangerous as a homeless shelter, this can mean the difference between life and death. That these shelters cannot even sustain the people they employ – people whose work is essential to the City – is a cruel and vicious irony and one that the pandemic put into even starker relief.
Mayor de Blasio, who promised to end the tale of two cities, and City Council Speaker Corey Johnson and his Democrat majority City Council Cronies waited 8 years to finally do something about the homeless crisis by finally allocate funding for a long overdue wage hike for homeless shelter security guards. Sure there’s nothing wrong with wanting to give the people more money especially when tasked to supervise the city’s notoriously violent and decrepit homeless shelters. But there are a bunch of conflicting problems with this.
First, why haven’t the non-profit providers of these city shelters who are already receiving city funding already gave these security guards the living wages they needed?
Another concern stems from The Blaz’s recent decision to kick all the homeless out of hotels who were sent there from the over-packed shelters to protect them from contracting and spreading COVID19 during the pandemic the last year. All of sudden, the Mayor felt that the time had to come to stop relying on hotels to shelter the destitute because they were not good environments (even though most of these hotels were high end ones in Manhattan and Brooklyn and the homeless people naturally really liked them) and he determined it was safe to put them back into the city’s regular shelters where they could get the health and human services they need (why weren’t these services available at the hotels where they were residing in the last year?). The Blaz also willfully neglected to mention that most of his shelters were still hotels, just in far away enclaves like Eastern and Southeastern Queens and Southeast Brooklyn because his promise to build 90 new shelters in the last 4 years has not been fulfilled.
And it’s clear that he’s chomping at the bit to shuttle the homeless people out of upscale hotels that did no business in 2020 for the mayor’s self-serving recovery for all of us and his hashtag Summer in NYC initiative, which includes vaccine staycation hotel room giveaways to his constituents. It should also be pointed out how Corey Johnson clearly exploited this publicity stunt for a potential ad featuring his anecdote of being homeless himself.
But the biggest problem with this allocation is that it seems to do nothing to help the homeless people but funds the people that police the homeless instead. There’s no guarantee that paying security guards more will ensure safety in these shelters and the hotel shelters.
Besides de Blasio’s tone deaf statement after waiting too long for these once faceless security guards to be able to afford to live in this/your city, his message unsaid about this abominable discrepancy for the displaced and faceless victims of the city’s homeless and housing crises is let them eat pizza.
I was informed that I made some mistakes about the 32BJ union, they did not donate to or endorsed de Blasio’s quix-idiotic presidential campaign, that was the hotel and hospitality union and 32BJ is a property services union. I apologize for the errors, which I deleted from this post, and also the fact that these security guards had to wait 8 years to be properly compensated.
New York, America
Governor Andrew Cuomo sure knows how to throw a celebration. The most recent on being the lifting of most/some of the distancing and masking protocols of the pandemic. Inspired by the CDC and the vaccination stats hitting 70%, Mario’s oldest son suddenly came out like a bolt right out of the blue with a spur of the moment state wide fireworks show to mark the quasi-official end of the old New Normal in New York.
Following a grand statesman address where he announced his state’s and constituency’s very abrupt post pandemic liberation, he found time to declare this little tone-deaf nugget to goad the rest of the citizenry that’s still hesitant and mostly distrustful of the three vaccines still available:
“You want to honor #EssentialWorkers, I’ll tell you how: you get vaccinated so you don’t need essential workers again.”
Leave it to Andy Cuomo to malign and alienate two sects of the working class and think it’s a compliment (just like Micheal Scott from the office but sinister), people who can’t afford health insurance worried about withdrawal symptoms that might hospitalized them and the people who worked in hospitals who risked their lives taking care of the infected and dying in the last year especially after Cuomo still attempted to shut down hospitals when cases started to go down as if this will be the last outbreak on this planet.
As for the fireworks some found it great, like all the people who got front row on the park grass, a spot on a riverside promenade rail, on their luxury condo balcony and rooftop amenity seats; and most obviously by some of Cuomo’s loyalist subjects…
But others, especially some very renowned from being victimized by the Governor’s obscene and flagrant abuse of his executive powers, found the utter idea of the Governor’s fireworks festivities beyond off-putting.
You would think the Manhattan BP candidate would be a little biased, reasonably so, because of her past experience in Andy’s employ, but some of the sky explosion decorations did come out quite eerie and in a way, properly fit the theme of Cuomo’s pandemic victory party.
Some of these explosions looked exactly like the COVID-19 cell.
Not a joke.
Sure it’s a bit of a coinkydink, but observations like these are hard to pass up considering the proclivities of the micromanaging megalomaniac governor. But what can’t be dismissed is that these festivities were not spur of the moment but obviously took month of planning, as does every other fireworks event. Plus Cuomo has already established himself as a self-promoting event organizer with his prior ostentatious grand openings of the Second Avenue subway and the Kusciusko Bridge. As with those events, they meant less for the people that used them every day and more for Cuomo’s behemoth ego-driven legacy he’s trying to leave for himself.
But as with the Kusciusko Bridge and (also his Dad’s bridge) Cuomo’s and New York’s victory over coronavirus might have been greatly exaggerated and premature, even with the CDC guidelines. With a little creatively shady accounting of the 70% vaccination rate for liberty, the Luv Guv’s health dept with an assist from Mayor de Blasio’s sniveling pandemic advisor HHS Director Dr. Mitchell Katz, combined the adult vaccination stats with the vaccination stats of kids and teenagers and decided to use them anyway despite it’s glaring inaccuracies. Plus the 70% indicator is not even accurate because the stats have been amateurishly juked to include the masses who only got the first vaccination while waiting for the second one, which they have to wait three weeks for, which actually makes the real amount of people fully vaxed at about 35%. There’s also the issue of a rash of fake vac cards that have become easily accessible.
Then there is also the issue of the B.1617 Delta Variant of COVID-19, previously known as the India Variant because it wound up killing tens of thousands of citizens in India following a humongous festival thrown by Prime Minister Modi to celebrate that nation’s way premature victory over coronavirus. While this has been determined to be a “virus of concern” by the CDC, the WHO has treated this variant with more severity. The Delta Variant was also found in Canada to be invulnerable to vaccines as well. Which will give us more agita if cases rise again in New York City and upstate. It should also be noted that the city and state have no data for re-infections after vaccines too.
And as is want of Cuomo, there are underlying insidious motives for his public grandiosities and it again comes in the form of more personal and government scandals and in this case both. Right after Cuomo lit up the sky with COVIDsplosion rockets red ball glare, an expose came out about his kid sister raising funds for his long time friend, symbolic adopted brother and convicted partner in crime and government ally Joseph Percoco who was arranging ziti bribes with companies looking to do business with Andrew and Albany. Not for nothing, but it looks like Andy sent his sister as a proxy to shut Percoco up in case he wants to sing to the feds if the nursing home scandal starts really getting hot. And it might just happen, after NYC’s bar association put out their own study proving without a doubt that Cuomo’s edict is what led to the unnecessary preventable deaths of over 15,000 elderly people when he permitted hospitals to send COVID-19 positive patients to be cared for in nursing homes for the six deadliest weeks in the state of New York.
The sad, terrible thing about all this is that it’s still possible that Cuomo is going to skate on by and still be able to run again in 2021, and still get endorsed by the establishment Democrat Party and he still is the chairman of the National Governors Association too. Even though his craven decisions led to the deaths of over 54,000 New Yorkers and if the Delta Variant continues it’s insidious march we might be looking at thousands more to fuck up this speculative greatest summer in New York City history.
This is why Cuomo is acting like he’s the COVID conquering King Of New York. Too bad there is no vaccine for hubris.
This scene takes place on Hillside Ave. in Richmond Hill.
When you just want to think you have the richest house in Queens but aren’t the richest person in Queens.
If Moses saw this after he came down the mountain with God’s to do and not to do list, he would plotz.
Might have an idea who the man of the house could be…
Not just gold, 14 KARAT GOLD!
Ned Beatty, 83, Actor, Film, Television And Theater
Gavin MacLeod, 90, Actor, Television And Film
Clarence Williams III, 83, Actor, Film And Television
Kevin Clark, 32, Actor And Drummer
Marcus A. York, 53, Actor, Television
Mayor de Blasio’s recovery for all of us since spring started has not gone as well as he planned. Because the only recovery that has occurred since the temps got higher is the recovery of felonious crimes and wanton senseless violence. None more pronounced than the steady and now daily rises in random and intentional crimes on the subway, now up by 93%, and the plague of shootings on the streets of New York, now up by 73% from last year. While it is a massive difference because of the “perfect storm of COVID, it’s now worse while the city is in recovery and all social distancing bans are lifted and people are gathering on the streets and commuting more.
While subway crime and shootings have been getting more and more local media attention as the Blaz continues not to acknowledge it (which will need a whole thesis or even a long form post to cover it), other felonious crimes that also rose 20% or more over the year have fallen off the radar, like burglary, robbery, grand larceny, rape, assault and battery and auto theft. The only crime that didn’t go down (but still stayed steady) was homicide, although that’s mostly because these people can’t hit their targets for shit, which is the only good news that’s going on these turbulent new bad days.
These gruesome stats are compounded by a drop in actual arrests for these crimes, which is perplexing given that the NYPD is the biggest police force in the world and they still can’t catch the really bad and crazy guys. Which unsurprisingly includes the misdirected deployment of extra cops the Blaz ordered to walk beats underground.
Speaking of commuting, another subway crime that has seen a rise is fare evasion. In fact, people are still evading fares on city buses too, leading to a loss of $59,000,000 from city and state transit coffers.
To top off this shitshow, it should go without saying that the blight of garbage on the streets and graffiti on residential and commercial buildings is more omnipresent than it’s ever been. And while Mayor Big Slow has devoted more tax dollars to ameliorate those two crises, he and the city still can’t catch up.
In Midtown, a gang of four male teenagers armed with 12 inch serrated knife got on the 4 train and engaged in a bit of the ol’ ultraviolence and took turns with the blade in a spree of attacks on the transit line, starting with attacking a man and slashing him in the face, the victim got off after the train arrived at Union Square. Then they targeted two men and slashed and beat them down as the train was rolling into Astor Place. Then they ganged up on another man and slashed him and robbed his cellphone and then all of them got off at the Brooklyn Bridge stop. The four punks then got on the D train going back uptown and beat down a man and slashed his eye while trying to steal his backpack at the Columbus Circle Station. Then they got caught and arrested by the cops waiting at the 79th St. Station.The spree of wanton brutality was spurred by gang initiation rites.
Couldn’t help but noticed that their ultraviolence spree ended blocks away from city hall. This may have played a factor in Mayor Big Slow finally admitting he was wrong about subway violence, leading to his belated decision to incrementally deploy another 250 cops underground.
In Midtown, a man stabbed another man to death inside a hotel homeless shelter.
Also in Midtown, a man held up a leather store at gunpoint and grabbed all the cash from the register.
Again in Midtown, five young male teenagers took turns firing BB guns from the roof of a fancy hotel and hit a tourist and also hit a city resident in her chest on the street below. Good to see visitors to NYC help us in this recovery for all of us.
And again in Midtown, a man attempting to shoplift expensive kicks from a high end department store got pinched by a security for possessing a loaded gun, which the skel grabbed while being detained in a room and threatened to use it on the guards, who were all able to wrest it from him. The gangbanger got caught with other heaters twice last year.
And again in Midtown, a man got shot in the leg after getting into a verbal dispute with a couple.
And again in Midtown at the 51st St. Station, a man accused another passenger of staring at him and then one of his pals sucker punched him in the face as the shit talker stole his cellphone.
And again in Midtown at the 59th St./Lexington Ave Station, two men grabbed a 65-year-old man as he was going through the turnstile and demanded money from him, then they slashed his head with a razor and beat him down to the ground and robbed 100 bucks and his phone off him.
And again in Midtown, a man walked into a Japanese grocery store and got pissed when a cashier told him to put on a mask and then he punched her in the face.
And again in Midtown, a man got into an argument with another man in front of a hotel and wound up getting stabbed in the belly.
And again in Midtown, a man injured himself while riding his motor scooter after he crashed into a stone pillar
And again in Midtown, a man attacked and slashed a man with gardening shears on the street at the start of the day.
And again in Midtown, a man stabbed another man while he was pissing on a building wall.
And again in Midtown, a man grabbed a woman, threw her against a gate and tried to rape her in broad daylight.
And again in Midtown, a man assaulted an app-hail livery car driver inside his vehicle while he was driving and then got knocked out cold during a fight with him on the street.
And again in Midtown, Israeli and Palestinian citizens gathered in respective protest groups and publicly assembled on the streets and got in verbal and physical clashes with each other.
Protests resumed a week later during the cease fire agreement between the IDF and Hamas as Palestinian protesters blocked traffic during the demonstration, at one point all of them bowing down to the east in prayer, but then got heated when cops started to move in and force them off the avenue, leading to dozens of arrests. Later on, a man riding in a pickup truck festooned with flags of Palestine threw a firework at people coming out of a Diamond District building which wound up injuring a woman.
In Times Square, a man got into an argument with his brother over selling rap cd’s in the area and then he shot at him and missed and the stray bullets hit two women and a four-year-old girl in a stroller as she was waiting on line to go into a store with her aunt. A very brave police woman grabbed the wounded the girl and rushed her to safety and a waiting ambulance.
The rapper/gunman cut his hair and trimmed his beard got out of the city and fled to Florida where he got caught and arrested by U.S. Marshalls and an NYPD fugitive task force unit, along with his girlfriend/accessory as they were about to order grub at a McDonalds. (I didn’t know the NYPD had bounty hunters?)
One of the women who witnessed the dispute between the two brothers which led to her getting shot has to live with a bullet fragment in her leg for the rest of her life. But the mayor probably thinks she’s not a real New Yorker.
Following and including this incident, shootings in the five boroughs went up 86%. The perp got arraigned and sent to Rikers Island,because it seems the city still has a use for it, much to the chagrin to all the fauxgressive elected shitlibs that want to shut it down.
Also in Times Square, a man slashed another man in the face with a scalpel on the 1/2/3 subway platform because he assumed he was “talking to him” and a woman yelled at a transit worker and then punched her in the face and ran after her and then got on the 7 train to Flushing.
Again in Times Square, a man attacked another man inside a theme restaurant and stole 500 bucks and his credit cards after punching him multiple times.
And again in Times Square, a security guard caught and restrained a man shoplifting socks from a single brand candy store and then let him go free when he pulled a knife on him.
And again in Times Square, a man loitering in front of a tv studio building aroused suspicion of the NYPD and some other city cops working off duty for the corporate news station across the street and found him possessing an unlicensed BB gun. The man remarked he only wanted to resemble a cop with a souvenir NYPD shirt and hoodie because he doesn’t feel safe in New York City, sharing a sentiment that’s become common among the citizenry and providing this post with it’s obligatory theme song.
And again in Times Sqaure, Palestinian and Israeli demonstrators clashed during Pro-Israel rally being held by the TKTS plaza. As both sides got into fisticuffs and ripped flags from poles representing both nations. At one point during a clash, 5 Palestinian men ganged up and beat down a Jewish man as cops struggled to maintain control on the divisive crowds
In Harlem at the 155th Station, a man sat next to another man on the D train, called him a faggot then stabbed him in his stomach with an ice pick and then split. The victim got off at the Yankee Stadium stop to get help and get stitched at a hospital in the Bronx.
Also in Harlem at the 135th St. Station, a man got off the 1 train and ran to the token booth and banged on the glass window and then went back on the platform attacked a 60-year-old man at random and pushed him onto the tracks. The victim refused medical attention and continued his commute to work and had some advice for the shitty Mayor (who he works for as a NYC Parks employee) and the mediocre mayoral hopefuls. The Blaz would probably think he’s a “real New Yorker” that’s ready for anything when you take mass transit.
Also in Harlem, a man got shot in the torso on the street in the dark of night and wasn’t going to snitch on his assailant.
Again in Harlem, a man stalked a woman on the sidewalk, slashed her three times and ran away.
And again in Harlem at the 110th St. Station, a man resisted arrest and fought with two cops on the platform after they caught him jumping the turnstile.
And again in Harlem at the 135th St. Station, a man slashed another man in the face on the platform.
And again in Harlem and again at the 135th St. Station for the third time in a month, a man pushed another man onto to the tracks and tried to push others but didn’t succeed, then he must have got tired and went to sit on a bench. When cops approached him, he punched one of them in the face and knocked off her body cam and glasses, and continued to fight off other cops as they tazed his crazy ass.
And again in Harlem at the 148th St. Station, a man punched a transit maintenance worker in the face who told him to get off the 3 train.
And again in Harlem, a woman got stabbed to death by her ex-boyfriend who lived downstairs from her although was able to defend herself and stabbed him three times.
The couple’s tumultuous relationship came to a head when the man beat her down in her apartment four months earlier and a judge put an order of protection for her to keep her boyfriend away, even though they lived in the same building. Before he killed her, the man tried to break into her apartment through the fire escape but cops showed up and were able to stop him.
Despite the man having a court order against him and scheduled court hearing on the day of the murder and six prior domestic abuse charges made by the woman for his attacks going back to last year, the cops decided not to remain by the building to prevent another inevitable attack, enabling the man to go up the fire escape again when they left and then proceeded to slaughter his ex.
Although there were more than enough deployed at the crime scene as the woman’s life was bleeding out of her body and then was carried out on a gurney.
And again in Harlem, a man got shot in the leg on the street and was dropped off at a hospital anonymously where he bled out and died from his wound.
And again in Harlem at the 125th St. Station, two men having a dispute escalated when one of them pulled out a knife and the two start brawling on the mezzanine and then by the metrocard machine as the knife comes loose and then the initially unarmed man picked it up and stabbed his foe in the back.
And again in Harlem at the 110th St. Station, a man got into a verbal dispute with another man on the platform and slashed him in the arm and then slashed another man as he was running away.
In East Harlem at the 116th St. Station, three homeless men assumed a man was harrassing two women on the platform and then they beat him up and one of them slashed him the face, even though the women were his wife and stepdaughter.
Also in East Harlem, a man got shot on the street shortly before dawn.
Again in East Harlem, a man got shot in the hand underneath building scaffolding.
And again in East Harlem, a man got shot to death while sitting in his car by a man who rode by him on an e-bike. Or in other words, an e-ride by.
And again in East Harlem, a homeless man discovered a dead man’s body in a garbage can while collecting recyclables.
And again in East Harlem, a 15-year-old boy accompanying his sister to pick up a sandwich from a bodega got shot to death and another man also got shot on a street corner in a gang-related hit. The killer is still on the loose.
Also in the Upper East Side at the 63rd St./Lexington Ave. Station, a man grabbed a woman on her ass and then whipped out his dick when she turned around.
In Hell’s Kitchen, a homeless man randomly attacked a man walking on the sidewalk, punching him multiple times and demanded he go back to another nation. Then the maniac beat him on the ground and bit his middle finger tip off.
Also in Hell’s Kitchen, a man punched another man in the face for wearing a necklace with a pendant of a religion he didn’t like.
Again in Hell’s Kitchen, a man walking with a plastic traffic pole skulked up behind an app-food delivery worker and bashed him on the head with it. Base first.
And again in Hell’s Kitchen, a man who died of a drug overdose was found lying on the asphalt between two parked cars.
And again in Hell’s Kitchen, a man freakishly died after he hurriedly walked and smacked his head into a parked Snapple truck unawares.
And again in Hell’s Kitchen, squeegee men crews have returned in full force washing the windshields of vehicle commuters stuck in traffic while trying to go downtown and into the Lincoln Tunnel. A squeegee “supervisor” warned a frontrunner GOP mayoral candidate that he’ll go back to robbing again if he’s forced to stop.
In the Upper West Side, a homeless man covered head to toe in blankets charged a man who just parked his car and kicked the door and then walloped him in the face and exhorted that the street was his property as his wife and child watched in horror. Twelve cops were deployed to arrest the mentally ill perp, who yelled at them and refused to be detained.
Also in the Upper West Side at the 72nd St. Station, a woman punched a train conductor in the face.
Again in the Upper West Side, two gangs of men loitering by a restaurant street shanty suddenly pulled out their guns and got into a shootout in broad daylight, firing rounds while ducking behind cars and running down the streets. One of the gunslingers fled the scene on a razor scooter.
Not one sign of any violence interrupters around before and during the fusillade. Fortunately, there weren’t any bullet interrupters since no civilians got hit.
And again in the Upper West Side at the 96th Station, a man yelled homophobic slurs at a couple which compelled one of them to brandish a knife, which the man grabbed during a tussle with him and then he used it to slash him on the ear and his girlfriend twice on the face. The perp once killed a man 30 year ago.
In Morningside Heights at the 116th St. Station, a woman gets off the 1 train and a man jumps out from behind a pillar and whacks her in the hip with a cane.
Also in Morningside Heights, a man got into a tussle with two other men on the platform and slashed one of his foes in the arm.
In Washington Heights, a man robbed 2 G’s from a bank after passing a note to the teller, who threw a dye pack inside before she gave him the loot. The man also robbed 2 banks in Midtown and Harlem and 2 other banks in Long Island City, making off with over $4,000.
Also in Washington Heights, two men on a motor scooter rode up to a 63-year-old man riding his bike and knocked him down and then laughed at his expense when he fell onto a parked vehicle.
Again in Washington Heights, a man got instantly killed when he got hit by a car while walking on the Henry Hudson Parkway. Th
In Inwood, a NYPD patrol car rear windshield was smashed to bits as cops were searching for a man waving a knife on the streets.
Also in Inwood, a man drove his motorcycle towards another man on a street corner and held him up at gunpoint then shot him in the knee and robbed his gold chain as he laid on the asphalt.
Again in Inwood, a man got shot in the ass after having an argument with his assailant on the street.
In Fort George, a man threw eggs and yelled homophobic slurs at two EMT’s on the sidewalk.
Also in Columbus Circle, a mouse was found inside a refrigerator display case inside of one of Jeff Bezos’s high end supermarket chains and indulging itself on chops of veal worth over $20 a pound. A woman filming the food violation in real time was met with snickers from one of the butchers when told about the rodent snacking right under his nose.
In Central Park, a woman got ambushed by a man she arranged a date with on an app who put her in a chokehold and ran away with her purse.
Also in Central Park, a woman followed and vociferously cursed at a man who served time for and testified against President Trump during congressional hearings about his former boss’s payoffs to cover up affairs with two Playboy centerfold models as he was walking on the street. It would have been funnier if he told her “Says who?”
Again in Central Park, a man got jumped by five men and two of them ganged raped him and robbed him.
In Tribeca at the Chambers St. Station, a man ran up to a tourist and stabbed him twice with a screwdriver in front of his family. The victim’s wife notified transit cops and had him arrested. This was a few weeks ago so he’s probably back riding the rails right now.
Also in Tribeca, a trust fund baby man who got busted for throwing illegal booze parties inside of the loft building his mommy rents for him while charging people and kids 100 bucks to get inside during the pandemic is still throwing more speakeasy ragers despite complaints from his wealthy neighbors while he defiantly refuses to let in Department of Buildings agents inspect the building in utter defiance of judge’s orders by making the lamest excuses to blow them off.
Since this recidivist scumbag was breaking distancing protocols and breaking the law letting rich kids get loaded, why didn’t de Blasio’s NYPD send some coppers to break down his door and frog march him to the 1st Pct. in handcuffs? Well, it’s too late now since indoor event guidelines have been lifted. So why don’t they send the cops back to see if this booze party promoter is making sure his customers are vaccinated?
All of those questions are now moot because the greedy entrepreneur left the building virtually unnoticed and unscathed of any criminal charges.
Again in Tribeca, a trust fund baby and career hack bureaucrat who’s running for mayor thanks to getting a million dollar a week allowance from his daddy got arrested obstructing the Holland Tunnel entrance while kneeling during a Black Lives Matter protest.
In the Lower East Side, a man approached a woman on a street corner to panhandle her and then he punched her head like a speedbag.
Also in the Lower East Side, a man with a suitcase used it to clobber a 2-year-old girl sitting in a stroller right in front of her father, who just returned to Manhattan after spending the last year in Brazil.
The psycho who got arrested for his lunatic assault has 69 priors going back 15 years and was recently held on a warrant for an assault 3 months earlier.
Again in the Lower East Side, a man stuck up another man at gunpoint and directed him to an ATM machine and robbed $200 off him.
And again in the Lower East Side, a woman attacked a man who approached her on his bike and stabbed him in both arms.
And again in the Lower East Side, a man drove his car straight through the front door of a small business store.
And again in the Lower East Side, a man stole an ebike by cutting off the lock with a power saw in broad daylight in front of passerby while wearing a fluorescent green shirt. Like other trends in felonious crimes during the recovery for all of us, bike theft has also seen a massive rise, which will be immensely great for Lyft’s ride share Shitibike.
And again in the Lower East Side, a man made violent threat to traffic cops in a patrol van, which he punched at while riding by them on his e-bike.
In the East Village, a man shot another man in the leg after he snatched his cellphone.
Also in the East Village, a woman killed herself when she fell down a shaft as she tried to climbed from one rooftop party to another rooftop party at the next overvalued rental apartment building.
In the West Village, a woman got randomly punched in the face by a man while walking on the sidewalk.
In Soho at the Houston-Lafayette Station, a man mugged a woman on the platform.
Also in Soho, an art gallery featuring the racist destruction of a successful business street in Tulsa had it’s title displayed on the window defaced with white paint 3 times in a week. The vandal also left his initials behind, which could be an indication that these defacings may be more motivated by aesthetic critiques than institutional racism.
In Noho at the 8th St. Station, a deranged man tossed a soda can at a man and called him a racial slur on the platform.
In Union Square, a woman sucker punched a man on the 456 platform as he was waiting for the train.
Also in Union Square, a man brawled with another man and then slashed him in the neck with a knife following an argument on the NRQW platform. The victim turned out to be an ex-con who served time for beating up two women on the street in a xenophobic attack and still can’t seem to stay out of trouble but is more cognizant of the new bad days than the Mayor is.
Again in Union Square, a man randomly attacked a woman and slashed her multiple times until a Samaritan intervened by spearing the psycho to the floor and holding him an headlock while another Samaritan pinned his legs down as they awaited the arrival of some of the 250 extra cops the Blaz finally sent to the subway.
In Chinatown, a man laid a roundhouse punch to a woman’s face who was passing by him on the sidewalk in broad daylight and in front of patrons dining at a restaurant shanty and the recidivist criminal with over 40 prior arrests for similar acts of violence feigned he was the one who was struck.
In Greenwich Village, a man randomly attacked another man on the sidewalk by hitting him in the face with a blunt object.
Also in Greenwich Village, a five alarm fire engulfed a two story commercial building and a Chinese restaurant. The FDNY had trouble getting to the blaze sooner because of all the shanties on the street curbs in front of restaurants were obstructing their path. Two firefighters got injured during the blaze.
Again in Greenwich Village, an argument between two men on a street corner escalated when one of them pulled out a gun and shot his foe in the leg.
And again in Greenwich Village, during another protest, a demonstrator smashed a restaurant window, injuring a patron who got hit with glass. Which was instantly replaced, showing that some businesses are already adjusting to the urban blight and societal decay happening during the recovery for all of us.
In Herald Square, a man begging for money on the F train wanted more from a man he targeted and stole his handbag and cellphone after he threatened him.
In Penn Station at the 34th St. Station, a man with 12 priors and a recent arrest for subway violence shoved a 65-year-old woman down the stairs.
In Chelsea Piers, a man tried to hijack a lux booze cruise boat while in his p.j.’s.
In the Financial District, the son of the NYPD’s greatest cop died of a heroin overdose inside his apartment.
In Kips Bay, a man killed another man with his car while he was speeding down a service road as the victim was crossing and kept going until his car konked out, as a patrol car caught up to the hit and run driver and arrested him.
Also in Kips Bay, a man was found dead floating in the East River.
Again in Kips Bay, a woman killed herself after she fell five stories off a fire escape and landed in a courtyard while trying to get to a party on the roof of an apartment building.
And again in Kips Bay, a man shot another man to death point blank to his head on the sidewalk based on a look.
In Downtown Manhattan, migrating birds are killing themselves by crashing into a glass window railing at the World Trade Center building.
Also in Downtown Manhattan at the Fulton St. Station, two men brawling with each other escalated when one of them whipped out a blade and slashed the other guy twice on the 4 train.
Again in Downtown Manhattan, a woman spray painted a political message supporting de Blasio’s NYPD on the street and got arrested. Never mind that de Blasio circumvented DOT regulations to paint Black Lives Matter murals last summer that he doesn’t give a shit about anymore.
Three men converged on a man on the F train as it was crossing under the East River and robbed his cellphone at gunpoint.
On the Manhattan Bridge, a man decided to try to kill himself and managed to disrupt 4 subway lines. Meanwhile in the East River tunnel under the Brooklyn Bridge, the emergency brakes on the A got activated when the third rail malfunctioned. Leading to power going off and multiple lines getting re-routed. There’s no stoppin’ New York City.
In Washington Square Park, a mentally disturbed man disrupted a film shoott for an insignificant sitcom show that streams on Amazon and grabbed the leading actress from behind. After one of the show’s workers restrained the man and threw him to the ground, the kook hung around and threw bottles and votive candles on the ground near them, smashing glass all over the place, leading the show’s creators and producers to cancel the shoot.
Also in Washington Square Park, public crack smoking, smack shooting and drug dealing has laid predominance inside the park once again. Because of this public display of societal decay and the wanton and slovenly behavior of visitors using the park for rager parties going into the early morning hours which consists of high decibel EDM music and tons of detritus left behind, de Blasio’s NYPD enacted a 10 p.m. curfew every weekend ensuring not one soul dares to occupy the park for one second. Even including residents that live in the area and nearby the landmark public space.
Yeah this is going to work out like gangbusters just like the curfew the Blaz enacted on the city this time last year.
Only a week after the curfew was implemented and a NYPD militia was deployed to the park, gangbusters manifested itself as hundreds of people were still hanging around, getting drunk and loaded and throwing ragers in the park at 11 p.m. and got into a violent clash with the cops as they tried to make them disburse by pushing bikes and barricades at them, leading to 23 people getting cuffed.
Because of the bad optics of the over-deployment of cops and their obligatory use of excessive force (MOVE! BACK!) which only provoked more violence and chaos which culminated with cops chasing citizens away from the park and continuing to pursue them on the streets, de Blasio’s NYPD didn’t show up the next evening, as hundreds of people returned and threw another rager while others drove ATV vehicles in the public space.
In Flatbush, a 12-year-old boy died a day after he was bullied by classmates and was assaulted by a boy who got paid a dollar to brutally beat him down inside a public school. The victim was persistently harassed and beaten by his bullies for two days before he succumbed to his final torture at the hands of his young tormentors after getting hit in the head multiple times.
Also in Flatbush, a young man shot his girlfriend in the arm inside an apartment building.
Again in Flatbush, a man with a bullet in his chest was dropped off at a hospital anonymously and abandoned and wound up dying from his wound.
And again in Flatbush, a construction worker got killed falling four stories to the ground after breaking up concrete on the roof while not being tethered at a building demolition site.
In East New York, a man walked into a store and threatened to shoot a man for being Asian and then threatened to shoot anyone that would defend him.
Also in East New York at the Pennsylvania Ave. Station, a man yelled at 60-year-old woman on the platform and then he slashed and stabbed her multiple times until a Samaritan intervened and stopped him and protected her.
Again in East New York, an 18-year-old man got shot to death on a street corner where he was looking to hook up with a woman he chatted with online but got ambushed by a gang who was menacing and stalking him for nearly a year.
And again in East New York, a 19-year-old man driving a stolen car ran a red light and got into a high speed chase with cops in pursuit. When the cops caught up to the gang member after he crashed into a row of parked cars, the cops discovered he was still on parole after being released from prison after serving time for 3 years for paralyzing a cop who pulled him over during a traffic stop when he was driving a stolen car 4 years earlier and then hit the gas and dragged him on the street for two blocks.
In Cypress Hills at the Broadway Junction Station, a homeless man putting on his pants on a bench got up and randomly pushed a 65-year-old woman onto the tracks. The woman does not plan to ride the subway by herself ever again, but surely the mayor thinks she doesn’t know what the hell she’s talking out.
In Park Slope at the Union St. Station, a disheveled homeless man loitering by the turnstiles was hassling commuters and made juvenile expressions to surveillance cameras and then he attacked a 63-year-old man while he was paying his fare and shoved him to the ground, kicked him in the face and pummeled him multiple times and stole his wallet.
Also in Park Slope, a man broke into a grocery store and almost made off with 4 large but got trapped by the po-po who caught him hiding in a crawl space wielding a fake gun. The perp was just released from prison with 3 more years of parole to go.
Again in Park Slope, a dilettante candidate for mayor got yelled at by a bunch of upper class shitlibs who don’t need cops in front of a YMCA.
Also in Brownsville, three teenage boys injured two cops and themselves after they stole a car and the car hijacker driver sped down the streets and collided into a patrol car after blowing a red light and then crashed into another car and the back of a box truck, concluding their little late evening joyride.
Again in Brownsville, a 16-year-old boy got shot while trying to defend himself against a gang of 5 other men on the street.
And again in Brownsville, a man stepped out of a car and fired shots at a playground at the Seth Low Houses, hitting a man in the leg.
And again in Brownsville, a 17-year-old boy shot a 16-year-old boy on the leg on the street to settle an verbal dispute.
And again in Brownsville, a man approached a 13-year-old girl with a Alaskan Husky and asked her to take a celly pic and then he took her to an apartment building with a ruse claiming he left it there and then he sexually molested her. He tried the same pattern with an 11 and a 12-year-old girl the next day and they both ran when they got to the building. Word really got around fast about this creep.
In Bed-Stuy, an argument between two men on the street escalated when one of them pulled out a gun and blasted four shots to his foe, killing him execution style.
Also in Bed-Stuy, a man got beaten down and stabbed to death by two men inside the vestibule of a NYCHA building. The man who plunged a knife in him three times stabbed him months earlier during a fight on the street where the victim was armed with a starter pistol and who didn’t cooperate with the cops to have his killer arrested.
And again in Bed-Stuy, a man got shot in the hip at a park in broad daylight.
And again in Bed-Stuy, a man shot at a group of people in broad daylight while riding on the back of a motorcross bike.
And again in Bed-Stuy, a man who got shot by his house by a relative of his died from his wounds weeks later. On his death bed, the man wouldn’t divulge his killer to the cops.
And again in Bed-Stuy, a man riding a motor scooter got shot to death by a man who surprised him as he stepped on the street and then the gunman hopped in a car and got away.
And again in Bed-Stuy, a homeless man stabbed another homeless man to death in the lobby of a hotel being used as a shelter. Did anybody get the number of the non-profit running it?
And again in Bed-Stuy, a fire started on the top floor of a townhouse killed a 15-year-old boy and engulfed the adjacent apartment building.
And again in Bed-Stuy at the Kingston-Throop Station, a man randomly stabbed another man in the back on the platform.
And again in Bed-Stuy, a man got killed by a hit-and-run driver while he was crossing the street.
In East Flatbush, a man was shot to death inside an apartment building after arguing with his killer.
Also in East Flatbush, a man shot another man in the leg after he robbed him.
Again in East Flatbush, a man got killed crossing the street by a hit and run van driver.
And again in East Flatbush, a man got shot in the legs and shoulder following an argument with his assailant nearby a house party.
And again in East Flatbush, a small business owner got killed while he was crossing the street by a hit and run van driver in broad daylight.
And again in East Flatbush, a man got shot to death and was found slumped on an office chair inside a mixed use building.
And again in East Flatbush, a woman pushing a cart with cans for recycling got hit by a car and died trying to cross the street.
And again in East Flatbush, a man shot another man in the leg four times then robbed his sneakers and wallet in broad daylight.
And again in East Flatbush, a mentally disturbed man set a mixed-use apartment building on fire, causing the death of one tenant and leading two tenants to jump out their windows. Four other tenants and a firefighter also got injured during the blaze. The arsonist had 17 priors, the most serious being menacing, assault and robbery, two of which he recently committed back in January in a homeless shelter.
In Bushwick, a man ran up to a SUV with three men inside as the driver was waiting for the red light and shot at all of them in a gang-related attack. The driver died from a blast to the chest as one of his passengers survived getting hit twice.
The gunman came upon two cops in an unmarked patrol car deployed to the area and immediately shot at them when they came out of the vehicle. The cops responded with 21 shots and took him down and arrested him, but after he managed to get 3 bullets at one of the cops, hitting him in the leg, butt and torso. The cop survived thanks to his kevlar vest.
Also in Bushwick, a man backed up his car into another vehicle, then took out his gat and shot at the driver who was about to confront him.
The boy accessed the transit grate path through a hole that was cut through a fence that was under the purview of de Blasio’s NYC Parks Dept. Somehow this was overlooked during a recovery for all of us, but at least there are open boulevards to go to soon.
And again in Bushwick, a man shot a online monopoly retail delivery man in his face inside his truck in broad daylight after he got pissed off when the delivery guy hit his rear fender.
And again in Bushwick, a man shot four other men in front of a bodega in a gang-related hit on Memorial Day when 15 people got hit by bullets in 6 hours. The gunman got busted the next week and was found to be the man who crashed his car on the Clearview Parkway while driving drunk and killed his friend who was riding in the front with him and when a cop assigned to direct traffic from the wreck was murdered by a woman who hit him with his car because she was inconvenienced by the traffic delay.
And again in Bushwick, a clinically depressed man being admitted to a hospital vociferously demanded to be given a bed and then tackled an EMT and bashed him against a COVID-protection plexiglass shield. The victim remarked that there has been a perfect storm of attacks against EMT’s from robbery of essential equipment to the rise of mentally ill people being let loose and ignored by the city on the streets.
And again in Bushwick, an 18-year-old man repeatedly punched a city bus driver through the partition after he was told to wear a mask inside the bus.
In Crown Heights, a 17-year-old boy got shot in the neck on the street in broad daylight in a gang related attack.
Also in Crown Heights, a man fired shots at a gang of men on the sidewalk in broad daylight.
In Williamsburg, a man who just cashed a settlement check to rent an apartment for his family went to a jewelry store with his girlfriend to buy a pendant and another man struck a conversation with him. Then the other man followed the couple out the store and tailed them as they were walking on the sidewalk when a man with a cane comes toward them and whacks the man with a cane multiple times trying to get the bag containing the money he just cashed. Then the man hit the woman with the cane and both of them robbed the bag and made off with $18,000, leaving their victims and their children in dire straits.
Also in Williamsburg, a man got killed when he flipped his livery SUV making a turn fast and crashed into three parked cars.
Again in Williamsburg, a man got pissed after getting bounced out of a bar and then he took out a gun and shot at the workers inside and missed.
And again in Williamsburg, a man crashed into another car in an intersection and then a building wall while speeding and driving drunk and then he tried to run from the scene but got caught by witnesses and neighbors.
And again in Williamsburg, a woman got beaten to death inside her apartment.
And again in Williamsburg, a man attempted to rob a couple he knew at gunpoint as they entered their apartment building and then shot both of them when they tried to shut the door on him. After getting hit, the woman took out her husbands gun and shot their assailant to death.
And again in Williamsburg, a man arguing with another man on the sidewalk escalated when his foe was suddenly accompanied by two other men which encouraged him to punch his rival in the face, but ran away when he punched back.
In East Williamsburg at the Willoughby/Myrtle Ave. Station, a young man lost his leg after jumping in front of the arriving G train.
In Canarsie, a man got stabbed to death on the sidewalk in a gang-related attack.
In Sunset Park, a freight elevator inside an “Industry City” building carrying over 20 NYPD and federal marshals collapsed, causing injuries to all of them.
In Fort Greene, a man and a woman were found dead inside their apartment at the Ingersoll Houses.
Also in Fort Greene, a man stabbed two other men on the grounds of the Ingersoll Houses, killing one of them.
Again in Fort Greene at the Lafayette Ave. Station, a man slashed another man in the face on the platform.
In Borough Park, a woman hassled than smacked a woman on the D train and told her she doesn’t belong in this country.
Also in Borough Park, three men yelled anti-Semetic slurs at people going into a synagogue, then got out of their car and chased them inside and banged on the doors while still yelling threats.
Again in Borough Park, a rabble rousing activist and podcast host got punched in the face and his phone damaged during an altercation with two men he knew who threatened him in front of his house.
In Boerum Hill at the Atlantic Ave. Station, a man walked towards a man talking on his celly and punched him in the face. Then they both got into a tussle by the turnstiles.
Also in Boerum Hill at the Atlantic Ave. Station, a woman spat on another woman on the platform and yelled a xenophobic slur at her. Then she chased her out of the station.
Again in Boerum Hill, a 70-year-old man got killed by a hit-and-run driver while he was crossing the street.
And again in Boerum Hill and also Brownsville, Canarsie and in Midtown Manhattan, a gang of 3 young men engaged in a one month mugging spree in the subway, threatening commuters and making off with their cellphones and wallets.
In Prospect Park-Lefferts Gardens, a man was shot three times on three different parts of his body on the street.
Also in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, a woman bit the finger off a nurse’s hand while she was treating her at a hospital.
Again in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens at the Eastern Pkwy/Brooklyn Museum Station, a paranoid woman attacked another man with a hammer and bashed his face with it because she thought he was looking at her as commuters gawked at the violence.
And again in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, a man blasted another man in the knee when he pulled out his gun to settle a verbal dispute on the street.
In Prospect Heights, a 17-year-old gangbanger looking to settle a dispute with another gang, shot and missed his targets as stray bullets hit a woman in the eye who was dining outside (and who happens to be a federal prosecutor in the Manhattan D.A.’s office), and also hit a man who was walking by. These victims were just two of the 30 people that were shot in less than 16 hours at the start of that weekend.
Also in Prospect Heights, a man got killed after he fell off while making a turn on his motor scooter and then got hit by a car.
In Coney Island, threatening bigoted graffiti in blue paint was found sprayed on a mosque.
Also in Coney Island, a fire broke out at an apartment building power center, cutting off electricity to tenants in the complex.
Again in Coney Island, a man stabbed another man following an argument by a gas station.
In Brighton Beach, a man randomly stabbed another man in the back inside an apartment building.
In Manhattan Beach, a man drove by a 5-year-old and a 7-year-old boy and tried to seduce them into getting in his red car with candy.
In Red Hook,cops approached a man sitting in his car in a no standing zone and after an I.D. search while writing up a ticket found that he was wanted for murder when a man got shot in the face in front of his house back in December. The cops also found him in possession of a loaded gun after they arrested him.
Also in Red Hook, a man stood on the rooftop of a NYCHA building and shined a laser pointer at a NYPD and corporate local news helicopter hovering above the vicinity.
In Weeksville, a woman got shot to death during a drive by while she was attending a sidewalk vigil for a man who also got shot to death on the street the night before in East Flatbush when an argument with his killer escalated after he stepped on his shoe.
In Bensonhurst, a man climbed a fence in front of a church and knocked over a crucifix statue of Jesus Christ and then he placed Old Glory on the fence and set it on fire. The vandal got arrested when he was caught on security cameras setting a bonfire on a pile of garbage bags he set aside by a Yeshiva building in Borough Park an hour before sunrise, punching a man who was sitting by an auto body shop and then stealing a bike from an alley.
Also in Bensonhurst, a 19-year-old man expecting to sell his car from an arrangement made on social media got ambushed and abducted by six men who held him for ransom and expected his cousin to give them 10 grand for his release. Then the kidnappers got caught by a NYPD training facility at Marine Park as NYPD patrol cars swarmed after the cousin traced the hostage’s cellphone and identified the location.
Again in Bensonhurst, a woman got grabbed by two men on the sidewalk and then directed her to her house where they robbed $13,000 from her.
And again in Bensonhurst, a man robbed another man’s green card and $1,000 after beating him up on the sidewalk.
In Bath Beach, a man robbed a man of 400 bucks after he threatened to chop him with an ax.
Also in Bath Beach, a 65-year-old man died at a police station after being detained for drunk driving and after being initially sent to a hospital.
In Greenwood, a church statue of the Virgin Mary holding her baby Jesus was found with the son of God’s head decapitated.
In Clinton Hill, a mentally ill or drugged up man got on a city bus and gave the driver a hard time and then he punched him in the face when he was told to get out.
Also in Clinton Hill, a man stabbed another man in the chest on the sidewalk.
Again in Clinton Hill, two men attacked and put a deliveryman in a chokehold and robbed his phone.
And again in Clinton Hill, a man broke into the trunk of a woman’s car and robbed over $100,000 worth of jewelry.
In Greenpoint, a statue at McCarren Park was found covered in trash and vandalized with xenophobic graffiti.
Also in Greenpoint, a man got killed by a hit and run Rolls Royce driver while crossing the street when the light was red.
In Sheepshead Bay, a man charged at a 67-year-old man walking to a synagogue and punched him in the face and yelled anti-Semetic slurs at him.
Also in Sheepshead Bay, a 16-year-old girl was jumped by two men while standing at a bus stop and robbed her cellphone after pulling her down to the pavement by her hair and spraying her with a caustic liquid.
In New Lots, a stray bullet hit a man in the arm as he was walking on the sidewalk.
In Brooklyn Heights, a man and a woman approached an app food delivery guy making a drop off and got into a tussle with him trying to steal the order.
In DUMBO, a man randomly punched another man in the chest after yelling at him.
In Downtown Brooklyn, six men got indicted for stealing $2,000,000 from the federal government by stealing identities to make debit cards to withdraw unemployment and emergency supplemental insurance funds from the pandemic stimulus bills and then all of them decided to build social media fame from their plunder. Two other scumbags involved in the fleecing are still on the loose.
Also in Downtown Brooklyn, a critical mass bike ride protest for the anniversary of George Floyd’s extrajudicial murder by Derek Chauvin that was coming off the Brooklyn Bridge was disrupted by an impatient SUV driver who hit the gas after one of the protesters jumped on his hood and then he another cyclist in his path. A NYPD cruiser hit another protester while in pursuit of the driver.
Again in Downtown Brooklyn, a man and a woman got busted trying to shoplift over $2,500 in merchandise from a mall but a man got away pilfering a bunch of designer shirts from the same mall three days later.
In Dumbo, a man randomly punched another man in the chest after yelling at him.
Also in Dumbo, a man in a reflective vest broke into a home and robbed car keys from the resident owner, who caught him and chase him outside but didn’t get his keys back.
Again in Dumbo, one of The Blaz’s and the EDC’s precious NYC Ferries smashed into a barge both that was docked by the pier station. Must have been worth the 10.00 for every 2.75 fare ride for these commuters.
In Concourse, two gangs pulled out guns and shot at each other on a busy sidewalk in broad daylight, causing commuters to take cover behind piles of garage bags.
Also in Concourse, two men held up two other men at gunpoint and robbed a bag containing $2,500 after pistol whipping one of them. The other man managed to fight back and punched one of the muggers in the face and then ran down the street with the two gunmen in pursuit until he fell on the asphalt and wound up getting shot by both of them.
Again in Concourse, an idiot drove a dirtbike onto a running oval track at MacCombs Dam Park and hit a 5-year-old boy, and then he split when witnesses yelled at him.
In Mount Hope, a 60-year-old man caught a recidivist shoplifter who robbed 50 bucks worth of jewelry and perfume from his daughters store that the thief robbed months earlier and then chased him out to the street with a clothes hanging pole but wound up getting assaulted by the thief who grabbed the pole and then beat him up with it and ran away.
In Parkchester, a man loitering in front of a department store swung a knife at random people coming out and then got shot three times by a mall cop after various warnings to disarm.
In Longwood, a man murdered another man in cold blood when he sneaked up on him while he was walking on the sidewalk and shot him point blank in the head.
Also in Longwood, a man got shot in the chest in an alleyway and died later in the hospital.
Again in Longwood, a city bus caught fire after a man crashed his motorcycle into it from behind.
In Mott Haven, a man asked another man about to pass by him for a dollar and then busted his mouth open with one punch when he refused to spare the bill.
Also in Mott Haven, a man jumped out of a car and pulled out his gun on two men as they exited a deli and then shot them down in a fusillade of bullets as they ran for their lives, even though there was an NYPD command post in the vicinity. One of the men died from his wounds after getting hit 12 times in the gang-related assassination.
Again in Mott Haven, an elevator malfunctioned at a charter school building under construction and collapsed from the top floor, killing the site supervisor and injuring a worker as they were moving tools and debris.
And again in Mott Haven, a man grabbed a 17-year-old girl and a young woman asses in two apartment buildings in the span of an hour.
In Fordham Heights. at the Fordham Road Station, a man pushed a woman and caused her to fall on the platform, then he took her cellphone and smashed it on the ground when she tried to photograph him.
Also in Fordham Heights at the 182nd/183rd St. Station, a man trying to mug another man at gunpoint for his pinky ring went awry when after he shot his mark, his victim fought back and shot him in the face with his own gun during the tussle.The gunman had 45 priors, with over half of them being felonies.
In West Farms, a man got shot on a street corner a half hour before the crack of dawn.
In Hunts Point, a man and a woman got shot in their car during a drive-by.
In Melrose, a man got shot in the leg on a street corner in the middle of the night.
In University Heights, a man got shot inside a building in broad daylight.
In Belmont, a man got shot to death and another man got wounded while they were handing out in front of a deli when three armed men ran towards them and fired a fusillade of bullets at them.
Also in Belmont, a man shot another man in the head from behind at point blank range inside a nite club following a dispute over who was ahead in line to go to the bathroom. The victim died days later from his wound.
Again in Belmont, a 16-year-old boy got shot in the arm during a drive by as he was walking on the sidewalk. Then got shot at again when he tried to flee from the driver pursued him.
In Morris Heights, a man shot two men hanging out in a hallway inside an apartment building, killing one of them by blasting him in the head and wounding an older man in the stomach.
In Claremont, a man shot another man in the back to settle an argument on the street.
Also in Claremont, two men held up two other men at gunpoint and robbed a backpack containing $2,500 and then shot the other man when he resisted them.
Again in Claremont, a man shot at three other men on a street corner during a midnight gang-related attack.
And again in Claremont, a man threw his soft drink at a city bus driver and then punched him in the neck and ran.
In Claremont Village, a man shot another man to death inside of a playground and a stray bullet hit a woman as she walking by the homicide scene.
In Claremont Village, a man came running out of a park towards a group of people hanging out in a Mickey D’s parking lot and shot a fusillade of bullets at them, instantly killing a 17-year-old boy and hitting three other men and a woman in the legs, then got into a car waiting for him and fled. The part-time working mother of the slain teenager, who survived getting stabbed on the subway back in March, can’t afford to give him a funeral.
In Pelham Gardens, three men barged into a home while impersonating cops and held two women at gunpoint, then they search the premises for cash but found nothing of value so they stole a cellphone. That’s a good way to get traced dummies.
In Fordham, a man got shot inside an apartment building following an argument with his killer and refused to rat him out to the cops.
Also in Fordham, a man snatched a chain from the neck of a 71-year-old woman inside a pawn shop.
Again in Fordham, a city bus driver got punched by a man after he confronted him to turn down his bluetooth speaker inside the bus.
In Morrisania, a man loitering on a street corner smoking a joint with his friends pulls out a gun and fires it at random and the bullet hits an 80-year-old man with Alzheimer’s disease in the ass as he was walking on the street while going shopping with his wife and niece.
Where are the violence interrupters? Or do we really need bullet interrupters?
Also in Morrisania, a man got into an argument with a worker at a cellphone store and pulled his gun out at him, then he ran outside while holding his piece and in the presence of cops who caught him fleeing and then the skell shot at them as cops returned fire, but the gunman managed to get away.
Oh, there are the violence interrupters.
Again in Morrisania, a man held up a dollar store at knifepoint and stole $219 from the register while other patrons were still shopping.
And again in Morrisania, two men got shot on the sidewalk during a drive-by.
And again in Morrisania at the Freeman St. Station, a man slashed another man in the chest after he was arguing with his girlfriend and thought he was gawking at them.
In Mount Hope, a man got shot four times in three different parts of his body on the street in broad daylight.
In East Tremont, a man got shot to death in a drive-by while sitting in a fancy car.
In Co-Op City, an 87-year-old man murdered an 83-year-old man by beating him to death by bashing his head on the floor of his room inside a nursing home.
In Castle Hill, a man got shot in the leg in a hallway of a public housing building and refused to drop dime on his assailant.
In Norwood, two men got shot while walking on the sidewalk during a drive-by.
In the South Bronx, two boys invaded a van inside a parking lot and woke up the driver sleeping inside and threatened to shoot him, then they stole his wallet.
Also in the South Bronx, a woman stalked a health care worker making a house call at an apartment building and then got inside with her when the tenant buzzed her in and grabbed her by the hair and punched her multiple times.
Again in the South Bronx, a young woman got shot in the back on a street corner during a drive by.
And again in the South Bronx, a man beat down a transgender woman inside her apartment after they hooked up with each other on an app.
In Unionport, a man trying to find a parking space on his block after finishing his day doing his job as an EMT got hassled by two men who were mocking him for asking them to spare a spot because they and their friends were partying on the street. Then the off-duty life saver got punched in the face by both of them and wound up with his jaw broken.
In University Heights, a man got shot three times on a street corner following an argument with his assailant.
In Mount Eden, a 16-year-old girl shot herself in the eye while messing around with her boyfriend’s gun inside an apartment.
Also in Mount Eden, a man got shot on a street corner in the dead of night.
In Hunts Point, a man shot another man on the street before the crack of dawn.
On the Bronx River Parkway, a man attempting to walk across the highway against traffic got killed instantly when a car hit him.
In Bedford Park, drug dealers took over an abandoned house on a street corner and turned it into a drug den and whorehouse. Because of the state’s still standing eviction moratorium, the outlaws occupying the home are legally allowed to remain there even though the illegal activity they are profiting from hardly justifies any claims of hardship.
In Northwestern Queens and also Southern Bronx, a gang of men jacked 19 cars at gunpoint during a 5 day span.
In Flushing at the 105th Precinct, three cops got indicted for running a racket with a tow truck company by confiscating vehicles involved in wrecks and arranging all pickups from accident and crime scenes with them and a body shop they were tied with. The pigs also stole data of the victims from the auto wrecks and sold what they hacked to tow operators who sold that data to personal injury lawyers and physical therapists.
One of the rogue cops was involved in heroin dealing while collecting a city pension after retiring and dispensed racist vitriol and flashed his gun at people he swore to serve and protect. The ex-cop current convict racked over 30 complaints while staining the badge and was only investigated by the NYPD for one. The dirty cop made bail was released a few days later, because this is how the city treats hardened criminals these days.
Also in Flushing at the Main St. Station, a MTA conductor trying to tell a man to stop smoking on the 7 train got a violent response as the derelict whipped out a box cutter and chased him on the platform while spewing threats to stab him and then spat a loogie on him. The conductor ran into a token booth to get away from the thug as the station agent locked the door. The lunatic punched the glass and made more threats as he tried to force open the door and then he threw up gang signs, proclaimed that the subway was “his house” and warned that he was going to get him later.
During this prolonged act of terror, no cops were in the station, which is one of the busiest in Queens, or in the vicinity at all. Some cops were deployed to the station later but informed the transit worker that wouldn’t pursue him because spit is not a weapon And apparently making threats to someone’s life does not qualify as hate speech and is not tantamount to prosecutable hate crimes. The cops took over a week to find and arrest the maniac.
Also in Flushing, a man took a mallet and smashed the window of a jewelry store and robbed $32,000 worth of baubles in broad daylight as pedestrians were passing by and then rode away on his bike.
Again in Flushing, a man died after he got run over by a truck when he rode right into it coming off the curb while riding his moped on the sidewalk.
And again in Flushing, a man broke into a spa and robbed a laptop.
In Elmhurst, after murdering a homeless man at the Grand St. Station in April and ditching the weapon by throwing it a sewer, a man attacked another man with a knife as he was walking on the sidewalk and stabbed him in the neck, leaving him paralyzed on one side. Then the slasher got into a dispute with a man in a basement gambling den in a house who told him to stop stalking his girlfriend and then he stabbed him multiple times in the arm and on his torso. Then he stood outside as the cops rolled up and finally arrested him. His last victim revealed that he stabbed a man in Flushing and didn’t report it to the NYPD and his own mother put out a protection order against him after he tried to stab her.
Also in Elmhurst and in Jackson Heights, a gang of six men attacked, beat down and robbed four men in four muggings during a three day span, making off with over $2,000 from each battery and larceny.
Again in Elmhurst, a woman got killed when she got hit by a turning SUV while crossing the street because some people don’ t know how to fucking yield.
And again in Elmhurst, a memorial dedicated to those who were sacrificed to fight the Vietnam War at a park was bombed with graffiti containing vulgarities, slurs against veterans and swastikas.
In St. Albans, a man ran out of his house in his britches to stop a city marshal and a tow truck driver from booting his car by whipping out his gun and shooting at them. The livid man managed to get a bullet on the tow truck driver’s head and was able to stop them from clamping the boot on his vehicle.
Also in St. Albans, a man pulled out a gun and shot a fusillade of bullets at a group of people in front of a house, hitting a man and his 8-year-old son who was riding his bike at the time and another man in a gang-related drive-by attack.
In Long Island City, a man held up a bank with a menacing note and made off with over $1,115.
Again in Long Island City at the Queens Plaza Station, a man got into a dispute with a woman on the 7 train and then punched her in the head and stole her phone.
And again in Long Island City, three men died a superfund watery death inside a car when their driver sped down a dead end street and crashed through the fence and dived and sank into Newtown Creek.
And again in Long Island City at the 21st St./Queensbridge Station, a man muttered something at another man on the platform and then shoved him onto the tracks and walked away like a bad ass.
In Jackson Heights, a man driving his car while speeding down the street collided into another car as it was slowly backing up from a parking lot driveway. When the reckless driver got out of his car, he charged at the two men in the other vehicle and demanded to be re-compensated for the damages to his vehicle at that very moment. Then he attacked both of them and knocked out the older man cold with two punches, causing him to fall on the asphalt and then he punched his son in the face and beat him down also. Then he stole the elder man’s cellphone and wallet and got in his car and sped off as citizens witnessing the barbarism only gawked and did nothing to stop the brazen daylight assaults.
The man eventually got arrested but was released on $60,000 two days later. So he’s back on the streets and behind the wheel again.
Also in Jackson Heights, a grifter impersonating a real estate agent robbed $50,000 in finders fees and safety deposits from people trying to find apartments. I wonder if they were affordable?
In East Elmhurst, a man got shot to death inside an abandoned house being occupied by squatters and frequented by drug addicts.
In Astoria at the 46th St. Station, a man snatched a purse off a woman on the platform, then used one of the cards inside to buy some grub at Key Food.
Also in Astoria, a man who vandalized 20 cars with spray paint in March came back to town and spray painted the first letter of his name on 45 more cars in a span of two weeks and then he tagged his scarlet letter on the front of a woman’s house in Woodside and tagged and slashed the tires of other park cars in the vicinity.
Now that the man’s arrested, maybe he can get a job writing for Streetsblog, since this sounds like a guy who really hates car culture, right Kuntzman?
Again in Astoria, an app-food delivery e-bike rider ran over and killed a woman as she was crossing the street. I’ll say it again, e-bikes are motorcycles and anyone who doesn’t agree has rocks in their heads. Right Streetsblog open street colonizing bike zealot?
And again in Astoria, a man randomly punched a 65-year-old woman in the chest as she was walking by him near the corner.
In Corona, a shootout between two men on the street led to stray bullets going through a parked car and an apartment building window.
Also in Corona, a man got shot to death in front of a bodega in gang-related hit in broad daylight.
In Lefrak City, a man sitting on a street curb got up and took a walk and then sucker punched a 75-year-old woman passing by him on the sidewalk.
In Jamaica, a man killed another man when he rear-ended the victim’s car while speeding and caused it to crash into a pickup truck.
Also in Jamaica, three men armed with semi-automatic guns ran up to a man as he was about to enter his SUV in a mall parking lot and one of them shot him in the leg when he tried to shut the door and then he gave up his wallet.
Again in Jamaica, a man punched a 75-year-old woman in the face as she stepped off a city bus.
And again in Jamaica, a man got shot in the stomach on the street in broad daylight.
And again in Jamaica at the Jamaica Ave/Van Wyck Station, a man snatched a cellphone out of a woman’s hand while she was standing on the E train.
And again in Jamaica, a man got shot by a bus stop following an argument with his assailant.
And again in Jamaica, a man got shot in the ankle on the street following a dispute with his assailant.
And again in Jamaica at the 169th St. Station, a man approached a woman on the F train and sexually molested her.
And again in Jamaica, a man got shot in the back after following a fight with his assailant on the street.
Also in Hollis, a man running for city council caught two men dumping trash from their truck on a curb and then one of them smacked him around and took his cellphone and smashed it to the pavement.
Again in Hollis, a woman shot pepper spray in the face of a city bus driver.
In Richmond Hill, a man got held up at gunpoint by two men as he was going back to his car to get his keys. The skells left with nothing because their mark wisely remained in the vehicle.
Also in Richmond Hill at the Lefferts Blvd. Station, a man punched a homeless man in the face and then stabbed him in the chest and his eye with an icepick and robbed his wallet as the A train was pulling into the station.
Again in Richmond Hill,a gang of boys robbed 5 other boys of their cash and phones at gunpoint at two public schoolyards in consecutive weeks after setting them up putting up bikes on sale via a social media app.
And again in Richmond Hill, a two alarm fire destroy a house by the Van Wyck. Queens is burning…
In Woodhaven, a man got shot in the stomach in front of his house.
In Averne, a woman got shot on the street by the boardwalk.
Also in Far Rockaway, a 60-year-old woman took off all her clothes and then ran into the ocean and killed herself.
In Edgemere, a gunman shot a 10-year-old boy to death and hit his uncle in the shoulder by firing through the window of the uncle’s house allegedly over a dispute of a parking space in a shared driveway.
In Ridgewood, a man pilfered over $9,000 worth of clothing from a department store garage.
In Forest Hills, a woman yelled at another woman for wearing a mask and because she was Asian. Even though we are still in a pandemic.
Also in Forest Hills at the 75th Ave. Station, a man randomly punched a woman in the face on the platform.
Again in Forest Hills, a man suddenly punched a parks worker in the face while he was trying cut weeds.
And again in Forest Hills, a 10-year-old boy got hit by a car while crossing the street.
In Springfield Gardens, a man got shot in the neck while driving his car as another car zipped by him.
Also in Springfield Gardens, a man sexually took advantage of his daughters friends while they having sleepovers and raped them after he drugged them.
In Laurelton, a man very territorial about his parking space caught a man moving his precious traffic cones so he can park his car there while visiting friends across the street. Then the entitled space hog yelled at his invader while wielding a knife, and then the man complied and moved his car while a neighbor put his precious cones back where they were. But then the “invader” told the parking space tyrant that the streets belong to everyone, which triggered the entitled space hog, who chased him with the knife and forced him to fall on the pavement and stabbed him seven times on his chest, torso and arms.
After spilling his victim’s guts on the asphalt, the provincial park space prince stash the assault weapon in his dishwasher.
In Woodside, a man killed himself when he got hit by a car as he tried to run across the Grand Central Parkway.
Also in Woodside and in Sunnyside, a man broke into two apartments through the window by pushing in the air conditioner and robbed jewelry. Four days later, a cop caught a burglar in the act trying to pull the same stunt.
In Fresh Meadows, two men walked past a 67-year-old man on the sidewalk who was having a conversation with his friend, then one of them turns around and runs up to him sucker punches him.
In Ozone Park, two men got killed when they got hit by a driver as they jaywalked across the boulevard.
Also in Ozone Park, a fire broke out on the third floor of an apartment of a rowhouse building, causing injuries to a woman and her three daughters who lived there. Queens is still burning.
Again in Ozone Park, thieves are cutting air filter pipes from underneath vehicles to sell them for scrap metal. This poaching has went up 500% in the past year, but de Blasio and the city council cronies will only tell the victims to buy bikes.
In Bayside, a man broke into a Japanese restaurant, a flower shop and a plumbing supply shop and robbed tools and a cellphone in an overnight burglary spree.
Also in Bayside, an 82-year-old woman got killed when an SUV driver made a turn into her while she was about to cross the street.
Again in Bayside, an 79-year-old man got hoodwinked out of $9,000 which he handed to a man waiting for him at his house after he got a call about a relative needing money to post bail.
In Hunters Point, a dead man was found floating in the river by the park of the luxury housing burg.
In Kew Gardens Hills, a man wielded a taser and yelled anti-Semetic slurs at a crowd of people coming out of a synagogue. A week later a man nearly hit a group of teenage girls with his car and yelled at them demanding Palestine’s freedom.
In College Point, a 16-year-old boy got plowed by a hit-and-run driver while he was riding his bike.
On Rikers Island, a convict tried to bust out of prison by escaping through a hole in a fence, but got caught by C.O.’s. Let there be no doubt the city is letting the complex rot purposely for it’s scheduled closing from demolition by neglect.
Also on Rikers Island, a counselor C.O. led a jailhouse bribery and contraband racket with 10 other prison workers during a two year span, pooling over $50,000 for smuggling drugs and weapons. Now imagine this endemic corruption happening in a tower prison near you in your borough.
Again on Rikers Island, a gangbanger convict ambushed and brutally beat down a C.O. who was trying to help him get an item from a food pantry.
In Rockaway Beach, a concession space and bar recently taken over by the former Brooklyn/Riis Park beach bazaar thanks to a generously long contract by de Blasio’s NYC Parks dept, was sabotaged with dead fish and rotten food left in air ducts and on the floor and dead fish and spoiled milk in economy jars plus cement was left in the drains causing the place to turn into an olfactory disaster area and delaying their opening on Memorial Day.
In Graniteville, a man got shot in the leg and arm after engaging in an argument with two men on the street.
In Stapleton, a man challenged another man inside a barber shop to a street fight and then took out a knife and stabbed him in the torso.
Also in Stapleton, a man grabbed a woman’s ass inside a supermarket.
In Mariners Harbor, a man got caught by cops following a car chase after being pulled over for having a suspended license and was found with a loaded gun.
Also in Mariners Harbor, cops found a man loitering in an apartment building and caught him with a loaded gun.
In Tompkinsville, a man stuck a knife into a woman’s neck and robbed her wallet as she tried to fight him off on the sidewalk.
In Clifton, a man got stopped and questioned by cops and they found baggies of coke and smack and a switchblade after they frisked him.
In Port Richmond, a panhandler approached a woman on the sidewalk and demanded 20 bucks from her and then he punched her, whacked her with a cane and stole her purse after she refused.
Also in Port Richmond, a man poured a pound of sugar into a Benz gas tank, costing the owner 300 bucks to repair it.
Again in Port Richmond, cops pulled over a drug addict for driving without a license and found a can of iced tea loaded with baggies of heroin and naxalone pills.
And again in Port Richmond, a drunk driver sped down the wet road and ran over three cops who were putting up barricades for a Memorial Day parade and then crashed into a pole.
In Concord, two men shot at two other men near the Park Hill Houses.
In Tompkinsville, a man got plowed by a SUV driver while riding his bike from a hit-and-run.
In New Springville, three men robbed a cellphone store of over three grand worth of phones that were sitting on display cases as one of the robbers held up a worker with a taser.
In Annandale, a man robbed a bank of $2,000 after he gave the teller a note and got nailed by the cops when he tried to do the same robbery at another bank blocks away.
In Graniteville, a man got attacked by three men who broke into his house and one of them held a knife to him and stole his cellphone. They then locked him in his bathroom and turned his place upside down and all they found was another cellphone to steal. Actually that might just be enough since all data is currency.
In Dongan Hills, a man jumped into an SUV and stuck a gun to the drivers head and made off with his ride but got nailed by cops nearby.
Also in Dongan Hills, a man charged towards 8-year-old girl and her mother and knocked the girl off her scooter and then hit her mother with his backpack and pushed her to the pavement. The woman tried to fight him off with the scooter which enraged him more and then he chased them and stole the woman’s bag and her kid’s scooter and ran away.
In Grasmere, a man driving a pickup truck with a pregnant woman passenger hit the gas and almost ran over a cops foot after he was ordered to pull over. The man ran the red during the getaway. The man sped down the streets with cops in pursuit and stopped the truck at a dead end street and ran for it, abandoning the vehicle and the pregnant woman behind.
In New Brighton, two men fired shots at a house and a car that was parked in front.
In Hugenot, cops raided a man’s house after he dealt oxycodone to an undercover in three drug deals and found a loaded gun, crack and more oxycodone.
In New Dorp, a callous drug dealer got caught riding around on his motorcycle while strapped with two guns in full view like a cowboy on a steel horse that’s wanted dead or alive.
In Elm Park, a man punched a woman during a domestic dispute in her house and then he killed her three pet hamsters.