Mayor de Blasio’s Tax Boondoggle Wife Wants You To Get Your Ass Kicked Or Killed For THRIVE

New York, New York

Looks like Chirlane McCray de Blasio has a major problem. In the umpteenth pathetic attempt to justify the existence of the city’s THRIVE mental health program and administrative office, Chirlie’s idiot husband has decided to draw back the NYPD from responding to emergency complaints regarding people having dangerous mental episodes replace them with “violence interrupter” social workers and counselors to quell these situations. Just one problem, the city is having trouble hiring people to take this job, even with the decent government salary and guaranteed health insurance.

Well, Chirlie’s got to answer to that little conundrum and has decided to add another mission to her program by also having people interrupt violent outcomes from racial and xenophobic bias attacks. Apparently, because of the low interest to work for THRIVE, she is outsourcing these tasks to citizens and gave a brief orientation on her government twitter account. Sourcing instructions from some account she follows, she lays out 5 D’s in what to do when the situation arises as you are commuting to work, waiting for your train on the subway or hanging out on the street or strolling through the park one day.

If there is are D’s to describe this, they are obviously, Dumb, Dangerous and ultimately, Disaster.

Dumb: An aggressor/harasser, whether mentally ill or a regular bully, is going to ignore you if you ask him/her the time and if there was an authority figure around (she can’t just say a cop, because the city is trying to abolish and defund them) that aggressor would be hesitant already.

Dangerous: If you tried to film the situation/attack on your phone, the aggressor would smack it out of your hand and probably attack you or has seen in thousands of viral videos, filming with your celly doesn’t deter crime nor people from settling down. Besides there will surely be other people filming too, because they are not going to call the cops.

Disaster: Obviously, you have to consider the size of the aggressor and see if you want to stand up against him/her. And if you tried to “direct” the attacker would not only have assaulted or killed his target, but would demolish the violence interrupter too. Might as well add a fourth D for Demise.

If there is anything transparent about this, it’s not only that people are not going to risk their health or lives intervening in violent situations without a way to defend themselves unless they know how to beat someone up with an Ipad, is that the billion dollars Chirlie spent on the THRIVE program is bone dry and her husband can’t siphon money from other services to justify it anymore, mainly because of the pandemic and getting millions vaccinated. And now she expects the people of New York City to bail her dumb ass out and to take passive vigilante advice from some twitter account.

Sage hand-me-down wisdom from a disconnected elitist that has benefited immensely from government nepotism with the luxury of having a police escort.

UPDATE:

This is pretty rich, the activist account Chirlie cited for you to heed as unpaid volunteers to interrupt violence is tied to make up monolith corporation L’Oreal. So if you get your face bashed in middle of utilizing their 5 D’s against a person having a psychotic episode or try to step in front of a gang of racist bullies about to get a little ultraviolent, their products can come in handy covering up those bruises and stitches.

 

 

Governing With Their Dicks

New York, New York

Governor Cuomo, already in deep with his and his administrations obstruction of nursing home data from state officials and President Trump’s federal probe has been outed again by his former aide Lindsey Boylan. When Mrs. Boylan came out on social media months ago telling about her ordeals with the megalomaniac governor, it got virtually ignored by corporate news with the exception of the NY Post and myriad conservative news outlets. But now she’s gone nuclear detailing Cuomo’s equally lecherous side of his repeated flirtations and lurking her during her few years working in his administration.

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“Let’s play strip poker”

I should have been shocked by the Governor’s crude comment, but I wasn’t.

We were flying home from an October 2017 event in Western New York on his taxpayer-funded jet. He was seated facing me, so close our knees almost touched. His press aide was to my right and a state trooper behind us.

“That’s exactly what I was thinking,” I responded sarcastically and awkwardly. I tried to play it cool. But in that moment, I realized just how acquiescent I had become.

Governor Andrew Cuomo has created a culture within his administration where sexual harassment and bullying is so pervasive that it is not only condoned but expected. His inappropriate behavior toward women was an affirmation that he liked you, that you must be doing something right. He used intimidation to silence his critics. And if you dared to speak up, you would face consequences.

I joined state government in 2015 as a Vice President at Empire State Development. I was quickly promoted to Chief of Staff at the state economic development agency. The news of my appointment prompted a warning from a friend who served as an executive with an influential civic engagement organization: “Be careful around the Governor.”

My first encounter with the Governor came at a January 6, 2016, event at Madison Square Garden to promote the new Pennsylvania Station-Farley Complex project. After his speech, he stopped to talk to me. I was new on the job and surprised by how much attention he paid me.

My boss soon informed me that the Governor had a “crush” on me. It was an uncomfortable but all-too-familiar feeling: the struggle to be taken seriously by a powerful man who tied my worth to my body and my appearance.

Stephanie Benton, Director of the Governor’s Offices, told me in an email on December 14, 2016 that the Governor suggested I look up images of Lisa Shields — his rumored former girlfriend — because “we could be sisters” and I was “the better looking sister.” The Governor began calling me “Lisa” in front of colleagues. It was degrading.

 

The Governor’s staff was directed to tell me I looked like his rumored former girlfriend.

I had complained to friends that the Governor would go out of his way to touch me on my lower back, arms and legs. His senior staff began keeping tabs on my whereabouts. “He is a sexist pig and you should avoid being alone with him!” my mother texted me on November 4, 2016.

I shared my concern with my mother at the time.

The Governor’s behavior made me nervous, but I didn’t truly fear him until December 2016. Senior State employees gathered at the Empire State Plaza Convention Center in Albany to celebrate the holidays and our year’s work. After his remarks, the Governor spotted me in a room filled with hundreds of people waiting to shake his hand. As he began to approach me, I excused myself from coworkers and moved upstairs to a more distant area of the party.

Minutes later, I received a call from an unlisted number. It was the Governor’s body person. He told me to come to the Capitol because the Governor wanted to see me.

I made my way through the underground connection that linked the Plaza to the Capitol. As the black wrought-iron elevator took me to the second floor, I called my husband. I told him I was afraid of what might happen. That was unlike me. I was never afraid.

I exited the elevator to see the body person waiting for me. He walked me down the Hall of Governors. “Are there cameras here?” I asked him. I remembered my mother’s text warning the month before. I worried that I would be left alone with the Governor. I didn’t know why I was there. Or how it would end.

I was escorted into the Governor’s office, past the desks of administrative assistants and into a room with a large table and historical artifacts. The door closed behind me. It was my first time in his Albany office. The Governor entered the room from another door. We were alone.

As he showed me around, I tried to maintain my distance. He paused at one point and smirked as he showed off a cigar box. He told me that President Clinton had given it to him while he served as the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. The two-decade old reference to President Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky was not lost on me.

The Governor must have sensed my fear because he finally let me out of the office. I tried to rationalize this incident in my head. At least he didn’t touch me. That made me feel safer.

His inappropriate gestures became more frequent. He gave roses to female staffers on Valentine’s Day and arranged to have one delivered to me, the only one on my floor. A signed photograph of the Governor appeared in my closed-door office while I was out. These were not-so-subtle reminders of the Governor exploiting the power dynamic with the women around him.

In 2018, I was promoted to Deputy Secretary for Economic Development and Special Advisor to the Governor. I initially turned the job down — not because I didn’t want the responsibility or work but because I didn’t want to be near him. I finally accepted the position at the Governor’s insistence with one requirement — I would keep my old agency office and remain on a separate floor from him and his inner circle.

The Governor’s pervasive harassment extended beyond just me. He made unflattering comments about the weight of female colleagues. He ridiculed them about their romantic relationships and significant others. He said the reasons that men get women were “money and power.”

I tried to excuse his behavior. I told myself “it’s only words.” But that changed after a one-on-one briefing with the Governor to update him on economic and infrastructure projects. We were in his New York City office on Third Avenue. As I got up to leave and walk toward an open door, he stepped in front of me and kissed me on the lips. I was in shock, but I kept walking.

I left past the desk of Stephanie Benton. I was scared she had seen the kiss. The idea that someone might think I held my high-ranking position because of the Governor’s “crush” on me was more demeaning than the kiss itself.

Governor Cuomo must have instinctively saw this recent manifesto of his serial abuses of power and intimidation coming, because when he decided to premiere a new vaccination site at York College in Jamaica, Queens, he showed up there at the crack of dawn to live stream it for the state’s government website at 7:30 AM to give the first inoculations (one of them to Democrat/Cuomo loyalist State Senator Leroy Comrie) and naturally refused access to the press for this newsworthy event a few hours before Mrs. Boylan posted her article online.

This inspired a former high ranking aide to Mayor de Blasio to write an article about her own experience with working with the tyrannical governor and correlated it with her time enduring de Blasio’s similar though mild brand of sexism and megalomania.

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Mayor de Blasio, for whom I also worked and knew for 25 years, both at HUD and as New York City mayor, practices a different brand of penis politics. His charming, easygoing personality he had when we worked together in the federal government gave way to a hectoring, inflexible approach that bordered on sanctimony when I was his press secretary at City Hall.

His signature move as mayor was to dig in on an untenable position against the advice of staff, raising the cost of an inevitable defeat. Discussions with staff were marked by condescension, leaving the female staffers feeling especially marginalized. It made for an uncomfortable work environment.

Although the mayor preached a philosophy of egalitarianism, the workplace was pretty much like any other male-dominated environment I’ve been in: Women were interrupted more often and listened to less, whether they were a commissioner or a scheduler. By the end of his first term, the mayor had lost twice as many senior officials who were women than men.

When The Blaz was queried about this article that detailed his duplicitous manner towards and passive aggressive undermining of most of his top female staffers, he reverted to his proclivity for identity politricks by validating his recognition and support of women in his administration and their impact on the city’s policies by citing his tax-boondoggle wife:

“I have not seen the piece, I’ll only talk about the history of this administration, um, from the beginning, literally from the very beginning, the leadership of this administration has been majority, woman and continues to be. My number one advisor, confidante, partner in everything everyone knows is Chirlane. My longest serving aide and person I have depended on and worked so closely with now for over a decade or more, Emma Wolfe. And four out of six deputy mayors are women and throughout this history of this administration, it’s been a female led administration in so many ways and I have tremendous respect for the folks who have been a part of this team”

For the Blaz, the women he appointed to work with and under him in the high echelons in his cabinet are just woke window dressing,  while women working for Cuomo have to develop a tolerance for misogynistic put-downs, creepy flirtations and sneaky kisses. Both of which prove that these two ghouls are truly equals not only in incompetent and unaccountable leadership but also continuing the historic and cultural establishment undermining and objectifying of women in the workplace and should be abolished from running any executive position in government or the private sector or even to run a hot dog stand (especially Cuomo, who should be legally sanctioned with restraining order to keep 10 ft. distance away from any phallic resembling foodstuffs).

 

New Bad Days 81: Interim Transit President Requests Help From The NYPD To Stop Frequent Random Attacks In The Subway And Against Bus Drivers But Gets Undermined By Despicable And Defiantly Ignorant NYC Mayor, Who Later Lies To His Constiuents And Police Commissioner’s Faces About It; Man Weaponizes A Xmas Tree Branch To Go On A Beat-Down And Carjack Spree; Handyman Resident Murdered Three Elderly Women Neighbors In A NYCHA Building They Lived In; Gangs Or Thieves Continues To Easily Loot Luxury Brand Stores In Soho For Months; Thirteen People Lynch And Strip A Man On The Street After Receiving A Text From A Man He Robbed From On A Bus Trip; Arsonists Destroy A Salvation Army Truck; A Couple Sics Pit Bulls To Slaughter A Public Housing Community Stray Cat; Man Seen Easily Walking On The Sidewalk With A Machine Gun; NYPD Prioritizes Deployments On Protesters,Work Strikers And A Statue As Muggings, Burglaries, Slashings, Car Theft, Gang Assaults And Shootings From Gang Violence, Stray Bullets Hitting Citizens And Bullets Intended Against Cops Escalate

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The safest part of the safest big city

Commissioner Dermot Shea announced that over 400 guns were taken off the street in January in a month where shootings went up 20% compared to last year. While not mentioning bail reform by name, Shea claimed 90% of people arrested for gun possession wound up back on the streets as they await weeks for court hearings for their offenses. Unfortunately, six shootings that occurred during a two day blizzard nearly finds his theory credible.

The NYC Transit President Sarah Feinberg announced that heroin junkies are discarding their syringes and rubber ties on the track beds and platforms uptown to downtown and condemned the continuing malaise of mentally ill people attacking commuters and killing themselves on the subway and the urgent need for a bigger NYPD presence on the platforms and by the metrocard machines and token booths. Don’t know if that letter ever made it to the Blaz, but the Transit Police Chief dismissed Ms. Feinberg’s concern and claimed that subway crime was suitably low considering the amount of commuters being victimized by random acts of senseless violence every day.

Commissioner Shea also soberly acknowledged the frequent random attacks that’s been happening all over the transit system and lamented about a recent assault by a mentally ill man he was already familiar with.  But when Marcia Kramer asked The Blaz during his “media availability” about the crisis going on in the subway he brazenly lied to her and contradicted everything Shea has been saying as he was sitting on the dais with him. Then the Blaz brazenly accused Ms. Kramer of lying and fear mongering. So if you are a commuter, the only thing separating you from having a safe commute is de Blasio’s toxic hubris.

But if Transit President Feinberg is still waiting for a response, if she wants to know where the cops are being deployed as our subways devolve into a subterranean jungle, de Blasio’s and Shea’s NYPD has been policing more urgent matters like adding 200 cops to the battalion guarding the U.S. Capitol and the White House at President Biden’s inauguration; sending hundreds of cops to wall off protesters walking by City Hall and sending a militia of cops to a workers strike at Hunts Point and having two cops dressed as Cobra Commandos guarding the Charging Bull by Wall St. after a wiseguy put tape with Gamestop stock agitprop on the bulls’ head, taint and balls.

So NYC citizens, the only thing separating you from having a safe commute everyday is de Blasio’s toxic hubris.

Manhattan

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In Tribeca at the Canal St. Station, a man with a thick branch that came off a discarded Christmas tree used it to attack two men and a woman, whacking each of them on their heads while screaming racial slurs, leaving one man knocked out after he relentlessly beat him down when he was coming down the stairs, then bloodying the woman on the platform and injuring and bloodying the other man as he tried to notify the token booth clerk. The maniac exited the station and on randomly hit an MTA worker on her head on the street and then walloped a man standing by his car by the Holland Tunnel entrance, stole his car and crashed it into two parked cars. He ditched that vehicle and then broke windows of two cars he tried to jack from two women while they were stuck in traffic. He then randomly attacked a couple walking with their kids by a posh hotel and broke the woman’s arm and her husband’s leg. Then the loon carjacked another vehicle after he bashed the window with the branch and hit the driver and then he drove it 20 blocks north to Chelsea and he crashed into a patrol car and got arrested after cops broke through the vehicle’s window to drag him out, putting an end to his one hour assault spree injuring 10 people.

In the Lower East Side at the Bowery Station, a man got hit by the arriving J train while he was standing on the tracks.

Also in in the Lower East Side, an argument between a man and a worker in a hotel lobby escalated when the man exited the building and shot at the entrance.

Again in the Lower East Side, a man smacked another man on the head with a bluetooth speaker, then he got chased by cops and tried to escape by jumping into the East River.

And again in the Lower East Side, a woman shot at a window at an apartment building window at the LaGuardia Houses and her relatives attempted to hide the evidence.

In East Harlem, a man shot his mother to death in their apartment after she argued with him about his refusal to get a job, then the man ran outside and randomly shot another man on a street corner before he got tazed and collared by the cops. The woman was so terrified of her son after prior domestic violence incidents, she had an order of protection against him and the NYPD gave her a panic alert button to notify them after she got assaulted by him at her home and broke her phone and it still wasn’t enough to stop him from killing her. He was scheduled to be in court for those charges on the day of the murder.

Also in East Harlem, an argument between two cops escalated when one of them jumped the other from behind and wailed on her while she was on the ground on the precinct’s driveway and continued to beat her up inside the station. She got suspended following the blue lives catfight.

Also in East Harlem, a man got shot to death after he got hit twice during a shootout with another man on the street. The deceased managed to wound his foe twice.

Again in East Harlem at the 103rd St. Station, a homeless man got run over by the 6 train at 1:30 a.m.. A half-hour after the subway is closed to commuters.

And again in East Harlem at the 110 St. Station, a dog broke free from his owner and ran onto the tracks and got killed when a train ran over him in the tunnel.

In Harlem, vandals broke into the parking lot of a Salvation Army building and also broken into and took a propane tank out of a mobile canteen vehicle and ignited it with a butane torch to destroy a car that was parked next to it.

The flames from the targeted car spread to the mobile canteen and torched another car that was parked next to it. The relief wagon was most recently used to feed hundreds of people a day during this pandemic and will cost over $250,000 to replace it.

Also in Harlem, a man ran away from a hotel homeless shelter while naked and off his meds and went down to the 110th St. Station and started causing a commotion on the platform singing and and dancing near people, then he focused on a man and suddenly attacked him and pushed him onto the tracks.

The naked man jumped onto to tracks and continued to challenge the other man to a fight as the 1 train stopped short when it arrived at the station. The other man defensively pushed him, causing the naked man to fall on the third rail, instantly killing him from the shock.

Again in Harlem, a man grabbed a woman’s ass and then shot her to death and wounded her fiance on the street when the couple went to confront him about his perverted act.

And again in Harlem, a woman got accosted by three men inside a liquor store, one of whom offered to buy her a bottle of wine. After the woman refused him, the gang followed her outside and continued to harass her and then they swarmed and slammed her onto a parked SUV and beat her down. The Lothario who offered to buy her wine bit her on the face and tried to ripped her eye out of her socket. He stole her cellphone and ran away with his crew.

The following day, a group people organized a demonstration march in solidarity for the victim and in condemnation of the ultraviolent crime in protection for their fellow citizens and their community. One of the bastards got arrested for beating and strangling a woman at her apartment in East Flatbush.

 

In Midtown, a woman committed suicide by hanging herself inside her apartment.

Also in Midtown, a few people tagged the St. Patricks Cathedral with anti-cop graffiti while they participated in an impromptu protest with over a hundred other demonstrators. A group of protesters in the street banged on a patrol car.

Again in Midtown, a protest in response to the MAGA horde invasion of the U.S. Capitol assembled by Trump Tower was met with aggression by the NYPD, leading to 2 people getting arrested.

And again in Midtown at the Rockefeller Center Station, a man attempted suicide by jumping in front of the arriving B train.

And again in Midtown, a woman yelled at Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer for 5 minutes as he was holding a photo op and media circus in front of an office building.

And again in Midtown, at the 59th St./Lexington Ave. Station, a woman attacked another woman on the platform and shoved her into the 6 train while it was still in motion.

And again in Midtown, a gang of eight men broke into a high end designer clothing store that sells $700 sneakers by bashing the front window and looted everything that was on display.

And again in Midtown at the West 49th St. Station, a man randomly punched a man and then a 66-year-old man on the platform. After he knocked the older man down to the floor, he tried to kick his body onto the tracks.

And again in Midtown, two teenagers got mugged by three men who they expected to buy weed from as they made off with the boy’s cellphone after they had difficulty stealing the girls handbag after they shoved and kicked her.

In Times Square, a man pushed another man onto the tracks. The victim got back up to the platform shortly before the N train arrived.

Also in Times Square, a woman working as Minnie Mouse took her mask off while taking a break and then a homeless man ran up to her and sucker punched her in the face. The man was back on the streets in 24 hours because he didn’t used a weapon in the assault.

Again in Times Square, a man slashed another man in the back on the Q/N/R/W train platform.

And again in Times Square, a man stopped his car in the middle of the avenue and got out and danced on the street which attracted the attention of cops patrolling the area. Then the dancing fool took brandished a gun and got arrested.

In Hell’s Kitchen, a woman killed herself and her child as she committed suicide by jumping from the balcony from her apartment on the 13th floor.

Also in Hell’s Kitchen, a mother beat her 2 month-old baby to death in their room at a homeless shelter hotel.

In Inwood, two men were found dead in a parked car in broad daylight.

In the Upper East Side, a man who found out he had terminal cancer took out a gun inside an urgent care room and locked the door and shot at cops who were trying to talk him out of killing himself.

Also in the Upper East Side, a man drunk on hooch randomly attacked a 7-year-old boy and pinned him to the sidewalk and strangled him.

Again in the Upper East Side, the 89-year-old inventor and chief executive owner of an artificial sweetener company committed suicide by jumping out the window of his apartment.

And again in the Upper East Side, a man got swarmed by cops and got caught in possession of a shotgun, knives and over a 1,000 rounds of bullets after his involvement in the invasion of the U.S. Capitol inspired by former President Trump.

And again in the Upper East Side, a 71-year-old man strangled his 67-year-old wife to death inside their luxury apartment following years of domestic violence towards her and an order of protection against him.

And again in the Upper East Side, four man grabbed a 68-year-old man while he was entering his apartment building then grabbed the doorman when he buzzed them and held them up at gunpoint and then tied them both up in the man’s condo and robbed $10,000 plus his coin collection and his and the doorman’s cellphone.

In the Upper West Side at the 103rd St. Station, an unmasked man got into an argument with a woman on the 1 train and then spit on her before he got off.

In Washington Heights at the 175th Station, a man announced he was going to fuck someone up and did that when attacked another man on the platform from behind and hit him on the head with a hammer.

Also in Washington Heights, two men shot at each other in the middle of the street in broad daylight.

Again in Washington Heights, a man died from falling down the steps in an apartment building at the Polo Grounds Houses.

And again in Washington Heights, a 93-year-old woman was found dead in her bathtub bruised and strangled inside her apartment

In Kips Bay, a man suspected and arrested for raping a woman after forcing himself into her apartment after feigning to be a delivery person was found to be living in a nearby homeless shelter that houses other sex offenders.

Also in Kips Bay, a man selling loosies on street corner died after a man yelled at  him and then punched him in the face, causing him to hit his head on the curb.

In Herald Square, two homeless men sleeping in a subway vestibule woke up all cranky when cops arrived and told them to move and then got into a brawl with them.

In Union Square, a man jumped a woman from behind and stole her cellphone after he dragged her on the floor while she was resisting him from taking it.

In the East Village, an app-food delivery man got hit by a car while he was riding his e-bike and then got attacked by a gang of men and woman and savagely beat him down on the pavement after he tried to take a picture of the car’s license plate.

Also in the East Village, a man got shot to death on the street by a man riding a bicycle.

Again in the East Village, a man bashed an upscale ice cream parlor cashier on her head with a rock after demanding money from her and then robbed the store and got away on a city bus. The lunatic thief robbed another swanky ice cream parlor in NoMad two days before.

And again in the East Village at the 14th St., a man slashed a 61-year-old man in the face with a box cutter following an argument on the platform.

In Grand Central Station, a man argued with another man on the 6 train about playing music on his cellphone too loud and then got slashed in the face with a straight razor.

In Soho, two men barged into a loft and robbed eight people of their possessions at gunpoint.

Also in Soho, a man shoplifted two parkas from a sneaker brand store and got away after he brandished a spray bottle with bleach at a guard and yelled about being racially profiled.

Again in Soho, four men entered a luxury designer store, one of them who flash a gun at a security guard, and easily snatched all the handbags and wallets in broad daylight, making off with over $160,000 worth of merchandise.

This plunder is the latest incident of several lootings of high end stores in the area going back to June, when a  critical mass of thieves broke into stores one evening during a city curfew sparked by the Black Lives Matter protests that was decreed by Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio. And like that crime spree, the recent looting at Chanel involved rental cars being used for getaways and an underwhelming response by the NYPD compared to the amount of cops being sent to protests;  especially by the Strategic Response Unit, which probably would be more useful against organized crime than organized protests.

In Greenwich Village, three women jumped another woman from behind and one of them hit on her on the head with a glass bottle and stole her cellphone.

Also in Greenwich Village, a man invaded a woman’s apartment while she was sleeping in her bed. When the tenant gave him cash, the man attempted to rape her but she kicked his ass, causing him to flee with the money even though they got torn in half during the tussle.

In Chelsea, residents are freaking out at the amount of homeless people that are hanging around, occupying sidewalk space and openly shooting dope in Council Speaker Corey Johnson’s district. But his mind has been focused on bike lanes for quite some time.

In Downtown Manhattan, people publicly assembling in a protest march on the Brooklyn Bridge in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day got immediately confronted by de Blasio’s NYPD by City Hall and hundreds of cops in riot gear charged the demonstrators trying to force them onto the sidewalk. Even though the protesters were following the NYPD’s instructions, a riot ensued and led to 29 people arrested and 10 cops injured when a bunch of protesters fought back.

Even though the NYPD were suddenly the focus of NY State AG James with her recent lawsuit against the city for their violently illegal, dubiously arbitrary and unconstitutional response and brutality against participants in BLM protests last June, because of the insurrection of the U.S. Capitol on January 6 2021, a federal order was instituted that all government buildings in America were under blanket authoritative protection, which Mayor de Blasio eagerly cited to justify the militaristic deployment and oppression. (Which I fucking called)

Also in Downtown Manhattan at the Fulton St. Station, a gang of four men and two women jumped and beat down a man who was ordering food at the Dunking Donuts in the station’s 2 billion dollar hub.

Again in Downtown Manhattan and again at the Fulton St. Station, a man randomly pushed another man onto the tracks and got nabbed by the cops when he fled to the streets. The mentally disturbed man attacked another man with a pipe in the subway a month earlier.

In Hudson Yards, a man committed suicide by jumping off the top of the Vessel. The man was a fugitive wanted for stabbing his mother to death in Texas. The real estate developer that manages the property decided to close the Suicide Shawarama indefinitely.

In  Chinatown, a man assaulted a deli worker with a wet floor sign because the lotto machine was closed.

Also in Chinatown, a man got off a charter bus and was met by and attacked by a gang of 13 people as they chased him down the street and caught him on a corner and proceeded to beat the living shit out of him, beating him down to the pavement, taking turns kicking him and slashed him multiple times all over his body. Then they stripped his pants and britches off him and left him in a bloody pulp with his genitals exposed. They also stole his cellphone.

The gang dispersed as fast as they arrived; for they all showed up to the charter bus top via text by a relative of theirs who was beaten and robbed by their victim, who was revealed to be a gang member, when they both got on the bus that departed from Atlanta en route to NYC. The gangbanger stuck him up inside the bus and along with an accomplice (who did not accompany him the rest of the trip) and robbed the man’s watch, sneakers and jacket he happened to be wearing until the high-tech lynching on Canal St.  his victim surreptitiously arranged with his relatives on a cellphone he borrowed from another passenger. The man and three of his relatives turned themselves in to the authorities and claimed self-defense for the retribution in this incredible story of gang violence and tech weaponizing.

Brooklyn

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In Brownsville, the superintendent of a NYCHA building strangled an 78-year-old woman to death with a telephone cord after he visited her demanding to get paid for a favor he did for her and got caught by the cops after he used her debit card to buy a sandwich at a bodega nearby the Woodson Houses.

The 66-year-old man was also found to committing two other murders of elderly women that lived in the building he worked in at the Woodson Houses who he also hassled for money for favors. He stabbed an 82-year-old woman in the neck with a steak knife inside her apartment back in 2015 that was initially filed as a death by natural causes by authorities until the wound was found by a coroner at the funeral home that was handling her corpse. Four years later, he savagely beat an 83-year-old woman to death in her apartment by stomping on her neck. He was suspected for her murder but was let go because the DNA tracings he left behind were inconclusive because of how frequently visited her.

While the lethal handyman never got caught for murder, he was a recidivist criminal that was still allowed to live in a public housing building despite strict regulations against tenants piling up a criminal record. Notably when he faked a car crash with two other people to rip off an insurance company for $150,000. Now the family of his recent murder victim is suing NYCHA for $25,000,000 for not having a sufficient amount of security cameras in the building, which stems from complaints of other tenants for almost a decade and summarized by the rise of killings and shootings on NYCHA properties in the last two years.

Also in Brownsville, a man got shot in the head inside a deli following an argument with his assailant and while struggling to take his gun.

Again in Brownsville, a woman critically injured herself and her passenger when crashed her car into a city bus after running a red light while speeding.

And again in Brownsville, a man got shot in the leg on a street corner

In East Williamsburg at the Morgan Ave. Station, man serially assaulted four women in a one month span by sucker punching and beating down each one as they were exiting the train walking up the steps or exiting through the turnstiles. A day after his release from NYPD custody, he went back to the Morgan Ave. Station and grabbed another woman on the platform and threw her against the wall and bashed her face with his fist, even though the precinct claimed that they have cops patrolling the area and the station. The kook was finally sentenced with $100,000 bail. The half-measured monitoring by the NYPD led a Samaritan to organize a group to accompany women commuting to their homes.

The man got arrested again following an outburst inside a smoke shop where he attacked a cashier and knocked her down with one punch then placed a headlock on her. It was discovered that he attacked two other woman at the Morgan Ave. Station during the summer before he resumed his serial attacks on young women.

In East Flatbush, an off-duty C.O got shot on the street by his house.

Also in East Flatbush, a man got shot by the cops when he attacked them with a knife on the street.

Again in East Flatbush, a man followed a couple as they walked into an apartment building and stashed the man in the back and the woman in her arm.

And again in East Flatbush, a man was found with an unregistered and loaded 9mm when cops search his car during a traffic stop after he was driving recklessly on the streets.

And again in East Flatbush, a man brutally beat up and strangled a woman inside her apartment.

In East New York, a woman got shot in the leg in her bedroom when a stray bullet from a rooftop party across the street went through her window as she was laying down after watching the ball drop on New Years Day.

Also In East New York, cops caught two men trying to steal a van and then one of thieves grabbed the wheel and tried to run them over, provoking  the cops to shoot at the vehicle and hitting the perp in the leg.

Again in East New York, a 17-year-old boy got shot to death in a hallway in an apartment building at the Lincoln Houses.

And again in East New York, a man got shot to death at an apartment during a party that was set up on AirBNB.

And again in East New York, a man went bezerk when he got refused service at a chicken/burger joint for not wearing a mask and then he bashed down the plastic shield on the counter and pushed the cash register to the floor.

And again in East New York, two men walked up to a parked car and shot at a man sitting inside then continued firing as they were running away on the street in broad daylight.

And again in East New York, a 75-year-old flower salesman was loading his van and then a man jumped in the drivers seat and hit the gas, dragging the salesman down the street and causing him to fall off. The thief abandoned the vehicle and is still on the loose.

And again in East New York and also East Flatbush, a man held up eight livery cab drivers by knifepoint and gunpoint going back to November.

In Bed-Stuy, a man pulled out a machete during a domestic dispute with his family and slashed his 4-year-old sister, stabbed his grandfather to death and slashed his brother-in-law as he tried to get the weapon from him in their apartment.

Also in  Bed-Stuy, a metal bolt pierced a window of an ambulance while in motion, presumably intentionally thrown at the EMT’s.

Again in Bed-Stuy at the Franklin Ave. Station, a woman kicked a cop and hit another cop on the back while brawling with another person on the platform as they tried to break up the fight.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a blaze engulfed two floors of a brownstone apartment building in a 3 alarm fire.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a woman stole a postal truck that was left idling and proceeded to speed down the streets and wreck 10 parked cars. The judge hearing her case for stealing a government vehicle and resisting arrest decided to dismiss it.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man groped a woman on her thigh and ass on a city bus, then he threw a bottle at her as she was exiting after she yelled at him about his perverted deed.

And again in Sunset Park, a man got shot to death following an argument with his killer in a hallway of an apartment building at the Farragut Houses.

In Bensonhurst,  a man injured a 6 year-old-boy and killed a 4 year-old-boy when he ran over them with his van after he dropped them off at their Yeshiva school. He kept driving and parked it a mile away and walked backed to the scene of the hit-and-run where the cops were waiting for him. The man was not charged for the killing nor for leaving the scene of an accident.

Also in Bensonhurst, an EMT looted a dead landlord’s apartment of over $30,000 of cash and property after he treated him and drove him to the hospital.

Again in Bensonhurst, a fireman got hit by an air conditioner that fell off a house that was on fire.

In Bushwick, an unlicensed driver speeding down the avenue in an SUV lost control and flipped it over the sidewalk and smacked it into two buildings.

Also in Bushwick, a man broke into an ice cream parlor by breaking the window with a brick and easily robbed $200 and a pair of speakers worth about 500 bucks.

Again in Bushwick, two men broke into a renovated apartment building through the second floor window and left with a refrigerator and toaster ovens. The latter haul sounds like it was inspired by True West.

And again in Bushwick, a five alarm fire engulfed an apartment building where a bunch of app-food delivery men live.

And again in Bushwick, a woman was found dead with head trauma in a hallway in an apartment building

In Crown Heights, cops responding to a domestic disturbance were met by a man possessing a knife who then charged after them, provoking the cops to shoot at him but they missed. Then the man managed to stab one of the cops in the chest, but the impact was thwarted by his bullet proof vest.

Also in Crown Heights at the Franklin Ave. Station, a man charged at a woman and her son on the platform and savagely beat them down.

Again in Crown Heights, a man and a woman hog-tied and murdered a mentally disabled man during a robbery inside his apartment in a building with low security.

And again in Crown Heights, a man got shot to death during a fight with his killer inside his apartment.

In Flatbush, two men barged into an apartment and tied up the tenant and another man with him and robbed $2,200 off them after they were let in the building by a woman delivering food there who was in cahoots with them.

Also in Flatbush, a man broke into a synogogue and robbed crowns worth over 8 grand.

In Sunset Park, a cop got stabbed in the neck by a mentally ill woman after he and his partner tried to detain her following an emergency disturbance call at her apartment building.

Also in Sunset Park, a man and a woman having a domestic dispute inside their apartment escalated when the man fired his gun and shot her in the neck and also on his own finger.

And again in Sunset Park, a man got shot to death following an argument with his killer inside his apartment at the Farragut Houses.

In Downtown Brooklyn, a cop pulled his gun out at a group of protesters by Barclays Center.

Another protest march to the precinct where the itchy trigger fingered cop was stationed led to nine demonstrators getting arrested, including a photographer.

“How many officers does it take?”

Also in Downtown Brooklyn, a man who was imprisoned for a week following an arrest in Williamsburg showed up to his arraignment at the Brooklyn Criminal Court with his gat still on him.

In Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, a 4-year-old boy standing on a median with his father got hit by a car when he dashed into the intersection.

In Fort Greene, a man got shot to death from 5 blasts to his back  on the courtyard of the Whitman Houses

In Canarsie, a fisherman reeled in a live one that turned out to be a dead man’s corpse by the pier.

Also in Canarsie, two men walking pit bulls let them loose to chase a stray cat. When the cat went up the tree the two men knocked him down with a stick and then their dogs mauled the cat to death. A woman from the Brueklen Houses who took care of the feline and witnessed the savage killing tried to call the police on the sadistic couple but was told to call 311 instead. A petition demanding justice for the cat and a more thorough investigation by the NYPD has garnered international attention.

Stock image of Tuxedo cat

Again in Canarsie, a man that just finished parole got shot to death on the street.

In Coney Island, a man was found alive inside a burning luxury car that spread flames to another parked car behind it.

In Brooklyn Heights, an 87-year-old man was found dead in a burning boat by a marina.

In Midwood, a woman working as a nanny hospitalized a three-month-old baby boy by shaking him.

Also in Midwood, a woman broke into a yeshiva and stole keys belonging to the school’s janitor.

In Brighton Beach, a man got slashed in the face by another man he was arguing with at the train station

In Gowanus, a barge full of municipal waste fell back into the canal after it was just dredged out during the long-overdue Superfund cleanup.

In Clinton Hill, a man tossed a brick into a window of a mac and cheese takeout restaurant and robbed a box containing $245

In Borough Park, thousands of people clustered without masks inside a lot next to a synagogue for a wedding that violates state and national pandemic guidelines for gatherings.

In Marine Park, a man killed himself when he crashed his car after coming off the Belt Parkway while speeding.

In Park Slope, a cop got her leg crushed by a rolling gate when it collapsed on her while she was entering the precinct’s garage.

A woman killed her boyfriend when she crashed her car on the BQE while driving drunk.

Queens

In Jamaica, a cop placed his knee on a man’s head as two other cops were assisting him in an arrest of a man who was riding an ATV vehicle in a critical mass caravan. Mayor de Blasio browbeated about demanding answers like he was in charge of things in this city.

In Jamaica, a man fired his gun towards the street while standing on a balcony with two other men and engaged in a standoff with cops when they arrived.

Also in Jamaica, two men seized a sedan that was left idling by it’s owner while he was picking up food at a restaurant in Richmond Hill and drove it another 30 blocks until they got stopped the cops who traced it with the owner’s cellphone that was left inside. The thief then tried to run over them, provoking one of the cops to shoot him in the chest, leading to his and his accomplice’s arrest.

In East Elmhurst, a woman got shot to death on the street in broad daylight by a man who was waiting for her as she was walking home. NYPD deployed a militia of cops to blockade the street where the suspect lived but he was nowhere to be found.

Also in East Elmhurst, a refrigerator set up against a building by a state senators district office was ripped from the wall and broken into and robbed of all the food left inside that was meant for people struggling to buy food during this pandemic and depression.

In Elmhurst, a man abandoned a stolen electric car with Nevada plates at the Queens Center Mall parking garage and rigged it with batteries, a propane tank, chargers along with hot dogs and a Black  Lives Matter sign on the roof to make it look like a bomb set up by the civil rights organization. A husky dog was also left behind inside the vehicle. The man had ties to social media right wing kooks and made videos setting BLM signs on fire that were hanging in a park gate by Gracie Mansion.

Also in Elmhurst, a woman was found dead in the hallway at an apartment building where a woman was murdered in cold blood by her apartment a month earlier. Both killers are still on the loose.

In Glendale, a man walked up to a parked car and shot at it, aiming for a man that was sitting inside but missed.

Also in Glendale, a homeless man has been sleeping under the elevated train tracks for weeks and willfully is refusing to be helped into a shelter. Because that’s how dangerous de Blasio’s shelters are.

In South Richmond Hill, a man held up a restaurant at gunpoint and ripped off the necklaces of the cashier while she was trying to open the register. A Samaratin tried to stop him from fleeing but gave up when the thief pointed his gun at him.

In Queens Village, a man got shot in the shoulder in front of his house when he stepped outside his door after he heard a suspicious noise.

Also in Queens Village, a man stabbed his father to death with a pair of scissors and also brutally stabbed his mother, his brother and her wife while they were still sleeping in their apartment, leaving them all in critical condition. The mentally disturbed man thought that they were possessed by the devil.

Again in Queens Village, a man crashed into a chicken restaurant drive-thru and injured himself and two passengers

In Dutch Kills, two men got shot and hit in a drive-by shooting while they were sitting in a car parked by the Queensborough Bridge.

Also in Dutch Kills, a 19-year-old man got shot in the leg in front of hotel during a shootout between two men firing from a car and a man who was accompanying him.

In Astoria, a man burned down his own hookah lounge in an attempt to get an insurance claim for the loss.

Also in Astoria, a man robbed 600 bucks from a bank by a handing the teller a note.

Again in Astoria,  a murdered man’s body wrapped in blanket and duct tape was found floating under the RFK bridge near a NYC Ferry marina.

And again in Astoria, a man got shot in the stomach on the street when his assailant walked up and shot him in front of group of people hanging out with him.

And again in Astoria, a man accessed an apartment building by pulling the locked cheap door, causing glass to shatter all over the floor and then he robbed three delivery packages that were left in the lobby.

And again in Astoria, a man got arrested and indicted for setting his hookah lounge on fire back in August.

In Long Island City, a hotel worker demanded a man to stop loitering in the lobby and then got attacked and stabbed by him after he gave him a bottle of water when he asked for it.

Also in Long Island City at the Court Sq. Station, a man jagged off sitting across from a woman on the E train.

Again in Long Island City, a man bolted out of his car and got into an argument with a man sitting in a jeep and then he got shot four times in the middle of the street.

And again in Long Island City, a water main broke and flooded the streets and parked vehicles and also shut down water service at the Queensbridge Houses apartment buildings. A woman got stuck in her car during the deluge.

In Forest Hills, a man stepped out his SUV and jumped an 83-year-old woman while she was walking on the sidewalk and robbed her purse after he broke her arm when he pushed her to the concrete. The fiend then tried to buy something at a bodega in the Bronx with one of her bank cards.

Also in Forest Hills at the 71st Ave/Continental Ave Station, a man on the tracks got hit by the arriving E train. But it’s not known how he wound up there.

In Woodhaven, two men broke into a house through the basement in the early morning and held up a family of six at gunpoint then ran out leaving a bag of money behind when the cops showed up. This followed another home invasion robbery of the same house 2 days earlier when three men made off with expensive handbags.

In Kew Gardens, a man got shot to death and two other men got shot after getting caught up in a brawl inside a hotel that spilled out into the street. The assailant and three other men fled from the murder scene and have are still on the loose.  A shooting in front of that same hotel occurred last summer and remained open for business taking in the city’s homeless while also allowing illegal parties to be held. A week after shutting down, cops arrested the front desk clerk. The four suspects are still on the loose.

Also in Kew Gardens at the Union Turnpike Station, a man punched a woman in the face after she refused to give him money.

In Maspeth, a man tripping balls on crystal meth attacked cops with a knife and got tazed and shot twice in his basement studio after he refused to comply with their requests to get hospitalized.

Also in Maspeth, a church deacon arranged a hookup with a 14-year-old boy on a kinky social networking app and was greeted and arrested by an undercover cop.

In Middle Village, a man broke into a restaurant and robbed the register containing 3 large.

Also in Middle Village, FBI agents rolled up in a tank and arrested a man who was trolling on social media about invading the U.S. Capitol and making threats toward recently elected officials and was found possessing a cache of over a thousand rounds of ammo and 75 knives. The man was previously arrested for beating up his girlfriend and getting caught possessing 13 guns and rifles.

In Ridgewood, cops and federal agents swarmed on a man in his apartment who was trolling and making threats to elected officials on social media regarding Biden’s election victory.

Also in Ridgewood, a man walked into a smoothie and sandwich shop and demanded money from the cashier after he threatened he had a gun. When the cashier went to get cash, the man left and then came back and this time presented the gun to another worker and made off with 500 bucks. When planning to hold up a store, put a ribbon on your finger.

In Woodhaven, a man loitering by a train station staircase decided to stalk a woman that walked past him on the sidewalk and then he grabbed her from behind and held her at knifepoint and threw her on the ground and robbed 5 bucks off her and then bit on her on the thigh. The fiend was about to rape her until a man on a scooter rolled up startled him and then he ran away.

In Far Rockaway, a man and a woman got killed in a hit and run car crash when a pickup truck driver rammed into them and then ditched his vehicle with two other passengers inside.

In Edgemere, an argument between a young man and a couple inside a gas station convenience store escalated when the young man ran after the couple as they were driving away and fired 12 shots from his 9mm at them.

Also in Edgemere, a man held up a 64-year-old man at gunpoint when he exited his car and robbed his wallet, then the victim got back in his car and followed the criminal, who shot at him multiple times to get him to stop the pursuit.

In Averne, a man got shot in the back during a squabble with his assailant inside an apartment building lobby.

In Ozone Park, three men got busted for running a drug ring as DEA agents procured $4,000,000 worth of coke, smack and fentanyl inside their apartment.

In Howard Beach, a woman got hit by a car while crossing the boulevard.

In Corona, an off-duty cop bit his girlfriend during a domestic dispute over a cellphone at their apartment.

In Sunnyside, graffiti was found splayed on the entire wall of a liquor store that referenced the devil and an incorrectly drawn pentagram.

In Flushing, a seven alarm fire destroyed three mixed-used buildings, causing injuries to 7 smoke eaters.

Also in Flushing at the Main Street Station, a man grabbed a woman’s ass on the 7 train and ran away.

Again in Flushing, a gang of three boys mugged and beat up three people at Kissena Park in a one month span, robbing them of their cellphones and wallets and punching two of their victims in the face and they also teamed up to beat down a boy and rob his bike in Jamaica.

In Woodside, a man running a speakeasy event in his basement nite club got raided by the NYC sheriffs and then he tried to fight them off. High levels of carbon monoxide was detected after the evacuation. Where are all those patriots that were fighting for that bar in Staten Island?

Also in Woodside, after a man got into a shouting match with another man inside a convenience store at a gas station, he ran outside and shot at his car when he was driving away, hitting one of his passengers in the back. Then the gunman shot at an SUV, shattering the windshield causing cuts to the drivers head.

In Glen Oaks, a 16-year-old boy killed himself after losing control and crashing his car into a tree while speeding on the streets.

In Bayside, a woman was found dead with a bag over her head in Crocheron Park.

In Little Neck, a man bought 11 luxury cars worth over $360,000 from the same car dealership using forged  I.D’s and identity theft.

In Springfield Gardens, a man got killed by a hit-and-run driver while he was helping another man whose minivan stalled on the side of the road when the driver crashed his van into them and abandoned it.

Bronx

Gun

In Olinville, it was a nice day out, so a man walked out of his apartment building and strolled on the sidewalk with an AK47 in his hand.

Also in Olinville, two drunk ass men beat down a man with one leg on a city bus after one of them bumped into him when he was walking on crutches trying to get a seat.

In Morrisania, a 66-year-old woman is in a coma after she fell down the stairs at the Webster Houses when the elevators were out of order. The woman had previously registered multiple complaints to NYCHA to get them fixed.

In Wakefield, a man chased a woman on the street with a knife. Two cops were in the vicinity and intervened, telling the man to drop his knife but the man proceeded to charge them and both cops fired six shots and killed him.

Also in Wakefield,  a man responded to a knock on the door of his home and three men barged in and held up him and his wife and stepson at gunpoint and robbed a video game console, a gold chain and watch and also 20 bucks.

In Fordham Heights, two men broke into a store by entering and repelling themselves from the roof and then broke into a safe and robbed $35,000. The cat burglars hit the same place months earlier and stole $2,800.

Also in Fordham Heights, a man ran onto the street and stood in front of a bus demanding to get on even though there wasn’t a bus stop there. Then the man got pissed and relentlessly banged on the driver’s door and then repeatedly punched her head and broke her side window. Then a passenger got off the bus and grabbed the lunatic and held him until the cops arrived. The perp was subsequently released on his own recognizance after being charged with misdemeanors for the vicious assault and damage to a city government vehicle.

In Mott Haven, a man got killed by a hit and run driver while crossing a service road by the highway.

Also in Mott Haven, two men got shot in inside of a public housing building lobby during an argument and a tussle with another group of men. One died from three blasts to the torso.

Again in Mott Haven, a man killed himself when he crashed his ebike into the back of a parked SUV when he lost control of it while speeding. The man did not have his cellphone or his I.D. when the cops showed up.

And again in Mott Haven, a man approached a couple on the 6 train and spat on the woman and then punched her husband when he tried to defend her and ran out at the next stop.

And again in Mott Haven, an 18-year-old man got shot to death in front of a public housing building.

And again in Mott Haven, a man was shot at multiple times while being chased by his assailant on the street in broad daylight.

And again in Mott Haven, a man and a woman were digging into a USPS cart and robbing packages inside of it while the postman was making deliveries inside an apartment building. When the postman caught them, the couple attacked him and threatened him with a knife and ran away with their plunder.

And again in Mott Haven, a man got shot to death in an apartment building at the Mill Brook Houses after he walked past a group of people filming a video in the lobby and then got blasted in the back from behind as he got to the elevator.

In Soundview, a man screaming on a street corner was confronted by another man who tried to calm him down, so the mentally ill man went into a deli, stole a knife and used it to stab the sympathetic and helpful man to death.

Also in Soundview, an e-scooter battery ignited and set a few apartments on fire at the Sotomayer Houses, leaving 11 people with burn injuries.

Again in Soundview, a man rolled up in front of a bus with his scooter then he used it to smash the windshield.

And again in Soundview, four undercover cops on patrol caught a man walking on the street with a gun who started running when he saw them. The the man shot at them four times while in pursuit, hitting one cop on his lower back. The perp tried to ditch the gun during the pursuit but it was easily recovered after his arrest.

And again in Soundview, a  woman was found dead with visible head trauma in her bathtub in her apartment at the Mitchel Houses.

In Hunts Point, workers publicly assembling in front of the Hunts Point Market in a strike against their employers for a higher hourly wage raise were suddenly confronted by a militia of cops who charged after them like Pinkertons for protesting on the street and arrested 4 employees for obstructing traffic even though there was no cars in sight.

In Belmont at the Kingsbridge Road Station, a man randomly punched a 74-year-old man as he was going through the turnstile because he felt like doing that.

Also in Belmont, a woman got shot in the arm inside her apartment from a stray bullet that came from a shootout between two teenage males on the street.

Again in Belmont, a man was found dead inside a car he was living in and used as a driver for an app-hail company.

In Norwood, a man shot at four people, hitting two men, in a hallway who walked out of an apartment that was having a house party and then shot and killed a 16-year-old boy  he bumped into on the stairwell when he was running away.

Also in Norwood, a man strolled on the sidewalk with an AK-47 like he was heading for the store to buy milk.

In Allerton, a gang of four men jumped a man and beat him down on the sidewalk and robbed his cellphone and wallet.

In Mount Eden, seven men ganged up on a pizza delivery man when one of them got pissed off that he had to come out and pick up his order. While having difficulty fighting the delivery guy one on one, six of friends of his piled on and beat him down to a pulp  and then trashed his car and robbed $1,000 and his cellphone

In Highbridge, a man got ambushed by two men in a hotel room and shot in the leg when he went back to get his watch that he forgot when he left a party. And he was robbed of his watch.

In Williamsbridge, a man stole a car and crashed it into another car minutes later.

Also in Williamsbridge, a person threw a molitov cocktail through a house window and left an unused one behind on the lawn.

Again in Williamsbridge, a man walked up to a parked car and shot a man in the chest who was sitting in the front seat, then he ran into an apartment building trying to hide from the cops.

In Foxhurst at the Hunts Point Station, an MTA worker caught a man smoking and pissing on the platform and told him to stop his hedonistic behavior, then the man slapped her face and the worker smacked him around as he was walking away.

In Longwood, a transgender woman stabbed her step-grandfather to death following an argument over locks that were installed on the door to keep her from going back in the apartment.

Along in Longwood, three men and a woman stole an unmarked police car and drove it to a supermarket parking lot where they ripped off the wheels and stripped all the seats out and everything off the front console.

And again in Longwood, a man having a mental breakdown stabbed his son with a screwdriver in full view of cops who entered his apartment.

In Fordham, a man stalked a woman to her apartment building, then grabbed her on the stairs and tried to rape her until the woman bit him while he was taking off his pants. The deviant had three prior arrests assaulting and robbing three different women in the last 4 months.

In Throggs Neck, two men jumped into a cab and one of them pistol whipped the livery driver and held him up at gunpoint. When the gunman’s accomplice tried to put him a chokehold, the driver fought back and grabbed the gun, causing the two thugs to run away.

In Marble Hill, a man trying to shoplift two kitchen cooking appliances from a department store got caught by the security guard but got away after he pushed the guard down and dislocated his knee.

In Pelham Bay, two men broke into a house by holding a resident at gunpoint to allow them in and then they forced a 75-year-old woman to the floor and also two neighbors who tried to intervene. The criminals robbed $2,000 and got away in a car with another man acting as a lookout.

A serial mugger who targeted and robbed six senior citizens in Concourse and East Harlem for two months last summer is still on the loose.

In University Heights, an 8-year-old boy found an unlicensed gun and shot himself in the head inside an apartment.

Also in University Heights at the Fordham Road Station, a man smacked around his sons on a bench on the platform.

Again in University Heights, a man shot at cops from inside his apartment, then he barricaded himself in and set it on fire. He surrendered on the fire escape.

In Crotona Park, a man got shot to death from a blast to his neck on the street.

On Wards Island, a drunk driver smashed into a state trooper’s patrol car with two officers still inside.

In Edenwald, a man got killed by a hit-and-run driver as he was crossing the street.

In Concourse, a man sneaked up behind a Brinks truck guard unloading money to send to a bank and gave him a shove and grabbed a bag containing $200,000 and ran for the hills.

In Clairemont, two men accompanied by a teenage girl walked into a smoke shop then went behind the counter and shook down and punched the cashier and stole $100 worth of vape products.

In  Mount Hope, a man walking abreast on the sidewalk with three other man suckerpunched a man who was passing by them on a street corner.

In Unionport, a man brutally stabbed his pregnant girlfriend to death following a domestic dispute inside her apartment.

In Parkchester, NYC sheriffs raided a building where a speakeasy rager was being held and attended by over 400 people inside, including children.

In Morris Heights, a bus driver lost control of his accordian bus when he made a left turn too fast on an overpass and landed on the expressway road below while dangling over the fencing,splitting the bus in half. Eight passengers aboard got injured and the driver was found not to be drunk or high when he did this.

Staten Island

In Grimes Hill, a man got murdered at a recording studio he owns when he answered a knock on the door and two men rushed in with automatic rifles and guns and shot him down in a hail of bullets.

In Silver Lake, a woman was found dead stuck in a garbage chute inside an apartment building. Pictures of the chute’s door shows that it’s almost physically impossible to fall through, at least by yourself.

In Tompkinsville, a garbageman got hit by a hit-and-run SUV driver while he was doing his job. Then the driver ditched the vehicle and ran away.

In Oakwood and New Dorp, a bigoted organization pasted flyers containing anti-Semitic and racist tropes and dubious political and financial ties.

In Stapleton, a man broke into a store and robbed purses, jewelry and clothes and ran away with an accomplice.

Also in Stapleton, an 86-year-old man died from injuries from getting hit by a car while crossing the street.

In Graniteville, a man broke into two vehicles and stole tools that were left inside.

In West Brighton, two men jumped an app-food delivery man and robbed him at gunpoint.

Also in West Brighton, a man got held up at gunpoint by another man inside the elevator at an apartment building and got off on a floor where the gunman’s accomplice was waiting and then they stole his wallet.

In Grasmere, a man and a woman held up a deli at knifepoint and robbed it of $1,800 after the woman slashed the worker in the neck.

Also in Grasmere, cops pulled over a car during a traffic stop and when they demanded the driver step out, he hit the pedal and sped away and then crashed into a row of cars during the getaway. 24 hours later, they found the driver at a house in Stapleton along with the 3 passengers that accompanied him and found a gun and two rifles, one of which was loaded.

In Travis, two men broke into a supermarket and cracked a safe and robbed $85,000.

Also in Travis, a man broke into a house through the basement and got caught by the owner.

In New Dorp, a man easily robbed a car from it’s owner who left it idling with the keys in the ignition.

Also in New Dorp, a deli that’s been only open for two weeks got broken into by two men who robbed 100 bucks from the register and broke into and robbed cash from an ATM machine inside the store.

In Donghan Hills, a man broke into a house through an open window on the first floor and robbed a video game system and other items worth over $1,000.

Also in Donghan Hills, a man robbed from two 7/11’s in one day, stealing lottery tickets, packs of cigarettes and $1,000. Following his arrest and sudden release from the station and given just a desk appearance ticket, he went to an auto dealership and robbed $4,000 worth of key fobs and then got chased by the cops on foot and tried to ditch them by running through residential backyards.

In St. George, a man ripped off headphones off a woman’s head while she was waiting for the bus.

Also in St. George, a man stole an unmarked police car which still had the key inside and took it for a ride, temporarily fulfilling his dream to be an officer.

In Midland Beach, a man took a shit inside a porta potty then lit it on fire and the blaze from it engulfed another one next to it. After he got arrested, he damaged a camera at the station from the cell he was in.

In Clifton, a man threatened another man’s life by drawing a gun on him on the street just weeks after he made parole. Three weeks later he shot at three men who were inside a car.

Also in Clifton, two men got stopped by cops on patrol and were arrested for illegal gun possession. Even though there was only one gun.

In Richmond Terrace, a man found skeletal remains while hiking on a trail in a park.

Commercial truck and van thefts have seen a rise in the South Shore.

In Holbrook, a cop got arrested for having perverted online chats with and distributing sexually explicit photos to 46 children on social media.

In Arrochar, a man murdered his wife then committed suicide by hanging himself inside their house.

City Finally Orders Closing Of Sleazy Kew Gardens Hotel After A Man Got Murdered There On New Years Day

Not anymore

A New Bad Days Special Bulletin:

Kew Gardens, Queens, New York

2021 was barely over an hour old when two groups of men got into a brawl while a party was going on at one of the rooms inside a hotel. The fight spilled out onto the street by the front entrance. As the rumble continued, shots were fired and one man got hit in the leg and died from his wounds and two other men also got struck and hospitalized. Four men involved in the brawl and killing fled the scene of the crime.

What makes this incident distinctive besides being the first homicide of the year following a year that had the most murders New York City has had in 11 years and the amount of shootings and victims than in the last two years combined is where this took place; the Umbrella Hotel, where only 4 months earlier a shooting following a brawl happen inside the lobby, blowing out the revolving and regular door windows of the entrance.

Despite persistent community complaints and condemnations by City Council members and the current President of Queens Donovan Richards and their universal demands to shut down, the Umbrella continued to run it’s business for months. Although not entirely as a place for high end lodging but for speakeasy DJ and bottle parties, brazenly flaunting pandemic guidelines. Spillover from these unusual and illicit events lead to consistent environmental noise disruptions aggravating residents of the usually quiet neighborhoods, with drunk patrons milling about the area, booming systems from idling cars and also blowing up fireworks on some occasions.

Reaction from the NYPD and Mayor de Blasio when pressed about the wanton illicit activity and crime at the Umbrella went with unfilled promises of enforcement and habitual indifference and this activity naturally continued. And as the history of this sleazebag hotel as showed, it continued naturally before, because ever since this hotel got built, it’s been a pox on the area despite what the developers and management originally proposed when it got zoned for building in the neighborhood, that it would be filled with upper class lodgers and residents once it got built. The expectations made for it would be for town of Kew Gardens to have a veneer of cool to the area, kind of like high end towns like Williamsburg and Long Island City with similar lux hotels.

Except what they got wasn’t cool, but “Kewl” and it only resulted in diminishing returns…

That’s another interesting twist, because before it was the Umbrella Hotel, it was a national chain hotel the Comfort Inn and apparently it had trouble getting the clientele it desired and decided to house the homeless in all those vacant rooms to make up for whatever revenue was lost, which was apparently a helluva surprise for people who were already renting there. Oh, that’s another thing, this wasn’t just a hotel but a mixed use building with “luxury” apartments.

Apparently, some of the new and depressingly impoverished clientele for the “Kewl” were wreaking havoc on the streets in the vicinity of it and nearby locales, which included the Union Turnpike transit hub, with reports of aggressive panhandling on the sidewalks, mentally ill men yelling at random people, and drug and fecal detritus found in the stairwells of the station.

In the 3 years since that scoop, it’s not known when the owners or proprietors (whoever they are) changed the name to Umbrella from the lame Kewl or if it’s even still owned by the Comfort. It’s not even known if anyone is renting the luxury apartments there anymore (probably keeping quiet). But it definitely was still operating as a homeless shelter even while still renting out room to travelers vacationing in Queens while devolving further into a den of iniquity.

But because of the pandemic, the Umbrella continued taking in the homeless because of city and state guidelines to prevent contagion but evidently willingly booked rooms for illegal ragers for months despite state bans of indoor gatherings of more than 10 people.

After the deadly shooting and immediate demands of its closing by officials and the community and with de Blasio feeling the pressure after years of insouciance about the hotel’s well known notoriety he finally closed the hotel down for business and probably abolished their contract to house the homeless too. And a man had to lose his life for it to be done. Which is actually the modus operandi policy of NYC government, which is to let crime and urban decay continue as long as people don’t notice or don’t die.

What really makes the Umbrella Hotel saga deranged is that with all the ruckus of wanton behavior and crime going on there is that the Queens Criminal Courthouse and the District Attorney’s office is a 5 minute walk away from there.

 And also a defense attorney’s office for your convenience.

Apparently, these venues and salient facts had an influence on sudden proactive enforcement against the Umbrella Hotel’s sordid existence with the arrest of a 68-year-old bell clerk. Despite Queens D.A. Melinda Katz’s grandstanding collar, no one in management or even the owner have not been held accountable for their bigger part in the allowance and profiting from the illegal goings on at their establishment or the chaos that ensued.

And the four men suspected of the murder are still running free on the streets.

Great job Mr. Mayor and Councilor Katz.

 

 

 

 

 

Today is Mayor de Blasio Remembrance Day

New York, New York

At the last “media availability” thrown by Mayor de Blasio, he decreed to set the date March 14, 2021 as “COVID-19 Remembrance Day” to recognize the first death of a New York City resident from getting infected by coronavirus. Even though he’s as much responsible for the contagion’s spread by also playing down the severity of the disease before that date and horrendously botched the response to it.

Since The Blaz is trying to commemorate a tragic event that caused devastation to the city with a day to memorialize all those that needlessly got sickened and perished from the disease and also as a day of reflection to learn from mistakes made and better prepare for another pandemic (but more likely to put his name on something historic) it’s apropos to also recognize this day, January 1, as a major day of significant mourning and tragedy.

For this is the day in 2014, that William de Blasio Wilhelm became Mayor Of New York City. This day, January 1, is a remembrance of the beginning of the decline of the city and how he has led it on a downhill road to ruin with his incompetence and corruption which for seven years has led to more social division, more inequities in services in housing and transit and more urban decay.

And to truly commemorate the remembrance of the day Bill de Blasio became mayor, why not do it with a dance and song by hizzoner and his tax boondoggle wife in the ultimate elitist statement and blatant display by a man and woman who treat the city like they own it.

Congratulations Blaz. You truly earned this honor.

And citizens, whenever you look around anywhere you are in NYC and want to wretch or have the inclination to desert this place for somewhere else, remember January 1 2014.

 

 

 

New Bad Days 80: Young People Sow Disorder On The Streets With Rumbles In The Presence Of Cops And Ultraviolent Attacks On Cars In The Middle Of Traffic; Unhinged Man Disrupts Outdoor Church Concert With Random Gunfire; Man Stalks And Clobbers Governor Cuomo’s Staffer With A Cinderblock; Four EMTs Get Ambushed By Muggers Making Bogus 911 Calls; Fed Ex Delivery Man Gets Shot And Food App Delivery Guys Get Robbed On The Job; 16-Year-Old Boy Murdered By Acquaintance That Gave Him A Pat On The Back; Another 16-Year-Old Boy Recidivist Criminal Behavior Enabled By Judge And Homicides, Shootings, Shootouts, Muggings, Burglaries, Random Attacks On Citizens, Home Invasions, Criminal Aggression Against Cops And Stray Bullets Continues Reaching New Plateaus To Complete 2020

2020 in New York City society concludes with distressingly significant and historic rises in major felonious crimes. Shootings went up 97 % while victims wounded by bullets rose over 100%. 447 people were murdered this year, a rise of 41% and the highest amount of homicides in over a decade. Two other serious crimes also went up in large margins with burglaries at 41% and auto theft at 67%. Although there were slight decreases in felony assaults and robberies, there were over 94,000 felonies committed last year and over 110,000 misdemeanor offenses (which the PDF doesn’t add the total sum on in the pdf released to the public). While not listed here, bike theft went up by 27%, coinciding  with the rise of bike commuting because of fears of getting infected with coronavirus using mass transit.

Even  though there is controversy about the effects the states bail reform laws have had on the uptick of these crimes along and edicts allowing the release of convicts to stem the spread of contagion in prisons because of the pandemic; regarding the gun violence crisis, over 3,000 criminals were set loose without bail after being found in possession of guns and recidivism continued to thrive with these perpetrators because of the flaws in the new law.

While the pandemic has had an effect on crime, being that the streets have been more deserted in the day and darker at night because everything is locked down, it is only more illuminated now because felonies have been rising steadily for the last 5 years before a novel virus invaded the five boroughs. While the Mayor of New York City continues to evade these horrific upticks after years of bragging how he ran the safest big city in the world, the reality on the streets and what’s seen by his constituents tell different stories. Stories that will be told by more citizens since poorly written laws and a stunning lack of city services continue to mount in 2021 without sensible modifications or a scintilla of leadership as a disease continues it’s predominant omniscience over the five boroughs.

But all the Blaz wants to do is dance.

Manhattan

In Times Square, a group of young men engaged in a rumble and beat the shit out of each despite the presence of NYPD dispatched to break it up which included two cops on horses. One of the mounted cops attempted to stop two men wrestling on the ground by steering his horse to trampled them under foot.

Also in Times Square, a man queried a cop for directions to the subway and then he tussled with him while trying to grab his gun and punched him in the face in front of the ABC studio building.

In Harlem, a man crashed his car into a garden under the elevated train tracks and wrecked some christmas trees they were selling and then abandoned the vehicle. The workers ran after him and gave up when the man raised a gun at them and escaped.

Also in Harlem, a man got shot to death on a street corner from a blast to the head.

Again in Harlem, a man got shot to death from a blast to the head after getting into a fight in a barber shop with his killer.

In East Harlem, a man heading home from work got savagely killed in a hit-and-run when he got hit by a speeding SUV while crossing the street. The driver abandoned the vehicle after flipping it over five blocks away.

Also in East Harlem, a man got killed when he got hit by a truck while riding his bike against traffic.

Again in East Harlem at the 110th St. Station, a man got slashed in the face following an argument with his attacker who was trying to hustle a few bucks for a metrocard swipe while he’s still on parole. The perp got busted by the cops when he appeared in the vicinity a few days later.

And again in East Harlem, a man got shot to death after he started a fight that led to a rumble involving 7 men inside a liquor store.

And again in East Harlem, a man got beaten to a pulp on the street and died from his injuries a month later.

In Morningside Heights, a man armed with two guns disrupted an outdoor concert and mass in front of the St. Johns Cathedral and fired random shots in the air while yelling about government interventions harming Hispanic nations and demands to be killed. Cops took him out after the man fired at them while pleading them to kill him; so they did. A bag the man possessed had a container filled with gas and rope. If there wasn’t a pandemic this guy would have used those items and killed a lot more people and burned the church down with them.

 In Midtown, a man got killed when he got hit by a car while running a red light on his ebike.

Also in Midtown, a woman plowed through a group of protesters and hospitalized five of them after they marched on the street and then stood in the intersection during a demonstration against Immigration Customs Enforcement run prisons. The NYPD charged her for a desk appearance ticket.

Again in Midtown, a man shoved an 88-year-old woman to the pavement and robbed her cellphone, cash and cards from her bag and ran away.

And again in Midtown, a man stalked a woman like a shadow on the sidewalk as she was walking home from work while holding a cinder block. Then he bashed her over the head with it in broad daylight on the near empty streets because of the holiday season and the pandemic.

The woman was coming from the city offices of Gov. Cuomo where she works as one of his top staffers. The man is homeless and has been dwelling in a hotel that was converted into a shelter to prevent the spread of contagion of COVID-19.

And again in Midtown, a five-foot window fell off the billionaire row tower with the automatic whirling crane and crashed onto to the street just like it did a month earlier.

And again in Midtown, three men ripped off nearly $4,000 worth of designer handbags from an upscale department store and got immediately pinched by the cops while trying to get away.

In Hell’s Kitchen, an 18-year-old homeless man shoved a 63-year-old traffic cop to the ground after she wrote him a ticket for a parking violation.

Also in Hell’s Kitchen, two men held up a bodega at gunpoint and robbed $100.

Again in Hell’s Kitchen, a worker got killed on the job at a supermarket while she was loading an illegally installed freight elevator that crushed her head when it malfunctioned and unexpectedly moved up.

In Penn Station, two men got into a fight following a dispute by a taxi stand and started brawling on the sidewalk. Then one of them pulled out a knife and stabbed the other man in the face while a cop stood there watching them.

In the Upper West Side, a man got hit by a stray bullet that came from a rumble between two gangs while he was pushing a hand truck delivering food aid to residents at the Amsterdam Houses.

Also in the Upper West Side at the 96th St. Station, a woman committed suicide by jumping in front of the arriving 2 train.

Again in the Upper West Side, two homeless men residing in a shelter lux hotel got into a brawl with each other in front of a restaurant.

And again in the Upper West Side, a water main pipe burst and flooded the street and the 81st Station underground.

And again in the Upper West Side and again at the 96th St. Station, a woman got killed as she fell on the tracks while going from car to car as it was still in motion.

And again in the Upper West Side, a man held up a bank while feigning to have a gun and ran out with nothing.

And again in the Upper West Side, a man snatched a little dog that her 74-year-old owner tied to a post while she went grocery shopping.

In the Upper East Side at the 63rd St./Lexington Ave. Station, a woman grabbed a 61-year-old woman by her hair and shoved her off the bench onto the platform floor and stole her cart.

In the Lower East Side, an argument between a man and a couple escalated when he shot the other man in the face and the woman in the leg on the grounds of the Smith Houses.

Also in the Lower East Side, a man having a quarrel with his roommate whacked him in the head with a meat cleaver in their apartment, then he killed himself by jumping off the roof.

Again in the Lower East Side, a man beat up his girlfriend with a crowbar in their apartment then tried to stab her when she tried to get her cellphone back

In the East Village, a man walking on the sidewalk with his dick dangling out grabbed a woman in her crotch who was passing by. Then he went for a walk with his dick out again in the West Village and grabbed a woman’s ass.

Also in the East Village, three men barged into an apartment and shot two men and pistol whipped another man in the head who were inside.

Again in the East Village, two water main pipes broke and flooded the streets in the span of a week.

In the West Village, a man held up a cab driver by gunpoint and robbed 80 bucks off him.

Also in the West Village, a man yelled a xenophobic slur at a woman he passed by on the sidewalk then punched her in the face after she demanded an apology.

In Greenwich Village, a man grabbed two women in the ass while he was riding a citibike.

Also in Greenwich Village, a man robbed an unmarked police car from a NYPD detective who went to buy food and left the motor running.

Again in Greenwich Village at the West 4th St. Station, a man singing out loud randomly attacked a woman as he he shoved her into a pillar while she was trying to get on the F train and then he maniacally laughed while standing near her.

And again in Greenwich Village and again at the West 4th St. Station, a gang of three men and three women savagely beat up a woman on the A train after they yelled at her for not wearing a mask and made a xenophobic slur about her.

In Downtown Manhattan, a young man got shot in the torso in his room at a hotel after he answered a knock on his door

In Sugar Hill, a man got shot in the ear while arguing with the gunman inside a bodega.

Also in Sugar Hill, a food delivery man got hit twice by a stray bullets after getting caught in the crossfire riding his bike between two men firing at each other from their cars while they were driving down the street.

In Washington Heights, rodents of unusual size have laid siege on a  Chipolte restaurant and devoured avocados and bags of rice and have made aggressive moves trying to feed on workers.

Also in Washington Heights at the 168th St. Station, a woman argued with and then attacked a 71-year-old woman and broke her arm after shoving her out the door when the elevator stopped on the mezzanine.

Again in Washington Heights, a man stole a car by using pepper spray on the driver and then he crashed it into an ambulance.

And again in Washington Heights, a man who achieved some fame being a club and party promoter and then help murder and slaughter a drug dealer by cutting him to pieces in a tub, killed himself by overdosing on heroin inside his apartment.

In Hamilton Heights, a man got shot in the torso on the street 10 minutes after Christmas ended.

Also in Hamilton Heights, a man started off his day by getting into a brawl with a deli worker who knocked him down with one punch after he complained about his food order.

In Murray Hill, three women and a man easily accessed a luxury building and robbed furniture, computers, clothing and luggage from a condo while the tenant was away on vacation and the contractor he hired to watch the place left the door open.

In Kips Bay, a woman expecting a delivery answered her door and a man barged in and strangled then raped her in her apartment and then he stole her ATM card and got her pin number.

In Stuyvesant Town, NYPD deployed militarized police and a hostage negotiator to remove a man having a mental breakdown inside an apartment.

In Central Park, a man was found dead under an arch who committed suicide with a hacksaw he bought from a hardware store hours before he killed himself.

In Gramercy Park, a man accessed an apartment building by a tricking a 7-year-old girl to buzz him in thinking he was a delivery man. Then the man grabbed her by the elevator and pushed her face into his groin. 

In Chelsea, a man attacked  another man on a city bus because he thought he was gay.

Also in Chelsea and Herald Square, a man bashed the advertisement monitor screens at the 23rd and 34th St. Stations and the MTA is under the delusion that they are going that he is going to pay for the $35,000 in damages for them and also the two train fares he skipped jumping the turnstiles.

Also in Herald Square at the 34th St. Station, a homeless man ran up to a woman standing on the R train platform and sucker punched her in the face while she was reading, causing her temporary blindness and breaking her nose. The man has 77 prior arrests dating back 34 years.

In Soho, a woman attacked a 14-year-old boy and scratched his father in a lobby at a posh hotel after she accused his son of stealing her cellphone. It turned out the crazy lady left it in an app-hail driver’s car that she used before.

Also in Soho, six men raided a high end designer store and robbed over $60,000 in purses in broad daylight and without resistance from the workers and security guard.

In Hudson Yards, a woman committed suicide by jumping off the top of that ugly ass pile of art with the stairs.

In the Grand Central Station, a man was found dead on the train tracks already run over by the conductor who stopped the 7 train to avoid running over the body.

In NoMad and the Flatiron District, a gang of 50 teenage boys riding bicycles and a few on motor scooters dominated fifth avenue and caused wanton havoc in middle of traffic and vandalized two vehicles and terrorized three people during their broad daylight display of ultraviolence.

First they surrounded a taxi driver and threw and smashed their bikes on his vehicle, then menacingly encircled him and one of them smacked him on the back with a bike when he came out to look at the damage they inflicted on his car.

The gang of bike riders continued their scofflaw sojourn up 5th avenue where they ran the red at 23rd st, blocking right of way vehicle traffic on a two way street. Then a few of them grabbed onto a BMW cruiser by the door handles so they can accelerate and one of them fell on their face when the driver slowed down and stopped his car. Then the gang surrounded the vehicle and threw and smashed their bikes on it and tore the mirrors off it while some of the boys kicked and punched and tried to force open the vehicle while threatening the driver and horrifying his 70-year-old mother inside. One boy did a flying head butt onto the hood and another boy jumped on the hood twice and kicked and smashed the windshield.

Besides the fact that what went on here and what these kids engaged in was blatant wanton lawlessness which conveyed collective contempt and zero empathy for other people, the pressing question here is where was the NYPD’s Strategic Response Unit bike militia to repress this anarchy that made such a display of predominance at the last public assembly demonstrations only a few months ago after Election Day?

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Queens

An M train at the Middle Village-Metropolitan Avenue station in Queens on Monday, Nov. 30, 2020.

In Middle Village at the Metropolitan Ave. Station, the entire line of the M train got thoroughly bombed with graffiti (suspected to be done by gentry artists from Europe). Four G train cars got bombed at the Queens Plaza station and the entire S shuttle train in Midtown that goes from Times Square to Grand Central as well. Another 12 subway cars were similarly tagged on the 1, 6, and Q lines adding to the list of 184 subway cars that have got vandalized this year as the MTA is wanting for a 12 billion dollar bailout to keep the subway running.

In Jamaica, a woman got shot in the arm as she was sitting in her car.

Also in Jamaica, two men having an argument in front of the Sutphin Blvd Station escalated when one man shot the other and a stray bullet hit a man while he was commuting.

Again in Jamaica, a man got shot in the thigh on the street and wouldn’t rat on his assailant to cops while at the hospital.

And again in Jamaica, a woman standing in front of a courthouse got hit in the chest and arm by two stray bullets that came from a fight between two men in the vicinity.

And again in Jamaica, a man got attacked by another man who tried to rip off his gold chain and gave it up when the thug pulled out a gun.

And again in Jamaica, a man grabbed a 17-year-old girl’s ass and spit in her face at a bus stop.

And again in Jamaica, a man got shot to death while sitting in a parked car.

In Jamaica Hills at the 169th St. Station, a man walked towards a woman on the platform and stole her cellphone from her pocket and split.

In South Jamaica, a man walking to his apartment building at the Bailey Houses got ambushed by two other man who held him up at gunpoint and went inside together. When they took their hostage to his apartment, his friends got involved and got into a fight with the intruders and managed to slash the gunmen in the hand and then a shot went off and killed one of the men who were defending themselves against the home invaders.

In Fresh Meadows, a man impersonating a delivery man bringing flowers and big plush teddy bear to a house bashed a woman with a blunt object and barged inside her house with two other accomplices. Then they sliced her ear and pistol whipped her with a stun gun and proceeded to rob over $20,000 worth of jewelry and clothes.

In Flushing, an 18-year-old man had his bike and his cellphone robbed while getting slashed in the face after being approached by a man who distracted him by conversing with him while his accomplice attacked him from behind.

In Ridgewood, a man got shot in the chest in front of an apartment building.

Also in Ridgewood and in Maspeth,a man accessed a delivery truck and a delivery van and robbed bags of credit cards inside and used them to buy shit.

In Corona, a 76-year-old man got hit by a stray bullet that went through his room window of a nursing home.

Also in Corona, vandal(s) destroyed an art installation at a councilman’s office building and a Christmas tree at a park then completed their path of destruction by throwing a garbage can at a window of the Lemon Ice King of Corona.

In Jackson Heights, a man attacked a masseuse at a massage parlor and savagely beat her up while trying to force her to sexually please him.

Also in Jackson Heights, a man brawled with and stabbed another man in the gut after he demanded that he stop smoking on the 7 train, the he stabbed another man in the leg who tried to help the victim.

In Ozone Park, a man got shot to death by his fellow gang member when they failed to ambush a rival gang  when they came towards them as his partner fired multiple shots as they drove away and he got hit with a stray bullet when he chased after them on foot while swinging a tire iron.

Also In Ozone Park, an app-hail livery driver crashed his luxury car into an app-hail minivan after losing control of it while speeding down the boulevard, killing a woman who was a passenge heading for a Christmas Party and also injuring the driver. Then he ran away from the wreck and the death he caused and the injured passenger inside his damaged vehicle.

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In South Ozone Park, a 12-year-old boy stole his father’s car and took his 7-year-old cousin with him and drove to Delaware where he got caught by cops after using his dad’s card to buy cookies during his attempt to drive all the way down to Florida.

Also in South Ozone Park, a man got killed after he got into a car accident with another driver and got hit by a drunk driver speeding on the boulevard when he went to check on the damage to his vehicle.

In Richmond Hill, a massive fire spread through five mixed-use buildings and displaced 45 residents from their apartments.

In Long Island City, a man easily accessed a building and robbed $2,000 from a business there.

In Astoria, four men ganged up and brutally beat down and strangled a man and a woman until they were unconscious after they had a row with each other on a street corner.

Also in Astoria, four men ganged up on a worker inside a gang station and snatched the till from the register and robbed 600 bucks from it while scavenging on the floor and stole some candy bars for the road.

Again in Astoria, a man robbed 6 delivery packages from the lobby of an apartment building.

And again in Astoria, a man broke into an apartment building by picking the lock with a screwdriver and robbed a bunch of delivery packages.

And again in Astoria, two men broke into a vape shop by bashing the window and robbed over $10,000 of computer devices and tobacco and hemp products.

And again in Astoria, two cops injured themselves when they crashed their patrol car into an SUV while responding to an emergency call.

In Elmhurst, a woman got shot to death from behind as she was entering her apartment by a man who was loitering by the elevator at a Lefrak City building.

Also in Elmhurst, a man held up a couple at knifepoint then got into a tussle with them as the woman fought back while he was trying to steal her purse but dropped her cellphone and the mugger grabbed it and ran away.

In East Elmhurst, a man got killed in a stolen car when the driver lost control of the SUV while speeding and smashed into trees on the side of the road. Then the other man grabbed a bag full of heroin and left him for dead while fleeing from the wreckage because he was on parole.

In Cambria Heights, a woman approached randomly punched an 86-year-old woman on the sidewalk, causing her to break her hip.

In Glendale, a young man hit a 17-year-old boy with his car while he was standing on the median and kept on driving.

In Forest Hills, vulgar graffiti about the sexual abilities of Jewish women was found spray painted on a fence.

Also in Forest Hills and Rego Park, burglaries and auto theft incidents have made inclines. Cops have determined that most of them are committed by perps who have been residing in hotels.

In Kew Gardens Hills, two men broke into a house and held up a man residing there at gunpoint, the man fought back against his captors and wound up getting shot in the leg.

In Rosedale, a speakeasy rager thrown in the basement of an event center small business crammed with over 160 people got raided by the NYC Sheriffs.

In Hunters Point, shots were fired in front of a luxury hotel.

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In Long Island City, a man went up to a 74-year-old man on a street corner and punched him in the face after he accused him of stealing his sneakers.

In Springfield Gardens, two pigs were left abandoned in Baisley Park. One was captured and the other is still on the loose.

In Hamilton Beach, high tide after a snowstorm caused the streets to flood with chunks of ice.

On Rikers Island, an inmate attacked five C.O.’s after they opened his cell door, breaking the nose of the guard who first tried to transfer him and breaking the finger of another one who tried to restrain him.

In Elmhurst, a massive fire ignited before sunrise engulfed a three story house and killed 3 men residing there and left 4 other men homeless. The house was under foreclosure and each floor were illegally converted with multiple rooms, enough to house 10 people on each floor. Initial reports by the FDNY cited that an electrical malfunction caused the inferno but was upgraded to arson when traces of accelerant was found near the garage (which was also converted into lodging). The landlord is suspected for starting the blaze yet was not charged despite having his computer and vehicle confiscated by the NYPD and FDNY.

Brooklyn

In Brownsville, a man shot a Fed Ex delivery man in the back from behind as he was exiting an apartment building at the Van Dyke Houses after he made a delivery.

Also in Brownsville, a 60-year-old woman got hit by a stray bullet on her leg on the sidewalk.

Again in Brownsville, a woman got shot in the chest in front of building and then her assailant fled in a black car.

And again in Brownsville, a man walked to a parked car, pulled out a gun and shot through the drivers window multiple times and hit a woman in the stomach sitting in the back seat with a friend of hers who were waiting there for someone.

And again in Brownsville, an 18-year-old man wielding a machete on the street damaged parked cars and menaced and then attacked a woman while she was walking her dog and slashed her head and hand and slashed her dogs leg. When the cops arrived to detain him, the man charged after him with the blade in the air and got shot down and killed by one bullet to the chest.

And again in Brownsville, a man grabbed a woman off the sidewalk and stuck a knife to her throat then raped her in front of an apartment building.

And again in Brownsville, cops pulled over a car with Jersey plates and then the driver hit the gas and went in reverse and hit one of them. The cops fired shots at him as the driver escaped into the night speeding down the street.

And again in Brownsville, a man got shot to death in front of an apartment building.

And again  in Brownsville, EMTs arrived at an apartment building on an emergency call of someone having difficulty breathing and the man who met them held them up at gunpoint in the elevator and robbed their computer pads and two-way radios. Three days later in East Williamsburg, EMT’s arrived at an apartment building on a emergency call of someone having a medical episode and the man who met them held them up at gunpoint as they stepped out of the elevator and robbed their bags containing computer pads and two way radios. A connection between the two robberies is suspected by the NYPD as it should be by anyone.

Also in East Williamsburg, a man got shot in the chest after engaging in an argument inside a bar.

Again in East Williamsburg, a dispute over a parking space between a man and a monopolistic tech retail delivery worker escalated when a crowd assembled to watch the commotion and  the delivery guy got whacked with a bat and stabbed the man while brawling with him.

And again in East Williamsburg, a man got shot twice on the street after leaving a party in the middle of the night.

In East New York, a man walked up to a parked car and shot a woman sitting in the front passenger seat multiple times and hit her in the arm. He attempted to shoot at her and a man behind the wheel again but his gun misfired.

Also in East New York, two men got shot in front of a bodega and while getting chased down the street after one of the victims bought a pack of rolling papers.

Again in East New York, a man got shot in the leg sitting in the passenger seat of a car before the sun rose.

And again in East New York, a man got shot to death in the middle of the street following a drug deal gone bad.

In  Brooklyn Heights, a drunk driver drove his car on the promenade at a high speed and smacked a phone out of a witness’s hand when he tried to film him.

In Canarsie, a man got shot in the back while driving on the Belt Parkway from a man in a vehicle passing by him, causing him to veer and crash into two cars.

In Flatbush, a 17-year-old boy got shot on the street in broad daylight.

Also in Flatbush, a 62-year-old man got shot to death inside an apartment he was staying at when someone was trying to break inside and the invader blasted five rounds through the door as the victim was approaching it.

In East Flatbush, a man recklessly wrecked a car with his vehicle and then drove the wrong way and hit and killed a woman while she was crossing the street.

Also in East Flatbush, two men attempting to rob a barber shop went awry when the gunman shot a barber in the shoulder and they ran away without stealing anything.

In Crown Heights, a man got shot to death inside an apartment after getting blasted from behind by his assailant following an argument, the gunman also shot another man who was accompanying the victim after he left a party that was in another apartment on a higher floor in the same building at the Albany Houses.

Also in Crown Heights, a man stabbed another man to death to settle an argument in front of an apartment building. The victim was hanging out with friends of his before he got murdered.

Again in Crown Heights, a man in a wheelchair shot another man to death and another man in the leg inside a nite club holding a speakeasy party.  The club had their liquor license revoked last year.

And again in Crown Heights, a woman being menaced by her boyfriend at her apartment building call the cops on him after he threatened to shoot her. Then when the cops arrived, her boyfriend returned with a pink gun and shot one of the cops in the back as he emptied the clip trying to shoot her. He apologized to the cop he almost killed during his perp walk.

And again in Crown Heights, a man threatened another man while flashing his piece nearby an apartment building, warning him never to return. After the thug got arraigned, a judge released him without a bail and he got busted by cops for possessing a loaded gun on the night after Christmas.

And again in Crown Heights at the Kingston Ave. Station, a man got killed by the arriving 3 train that him when he was walking on the tracks.

In Marine Park, a man stalked a woman on the street and caught up to her at her apartment building, he simulated possessing a gun and forced his way into her home. Then he zip tied and duct taped her to a chair and sexually assaulted her then robbed her cellphone and cash that was around.

In Bushwick, a man is using a commercial building to hold speakeasy rave and booze parties in defiance of pandemic protocols and is funding his promoter business by exploiting the eviction moratorium.

Also in Bushwick, a 16-year-old boy got hit in the leg by a stray bullet while walking on the sidewalk.

In Flatlands, two women were killed in a car crash by a hit and run driver who collided into them while speeding and running a red light. The perp and his accomplice abandoned the vehicle and ran away.

Also in Flatlands, a man killed himself when he crashed his car into a garbage truck while speeding on the black ice.

In Sunset Park, a man savagely pushed a 72-year-old traffic cop to the ground after he was being written up a ticket for parking on a bus stop.

Also in Sunset Park, a man got killed and another man got injured when a wall fell on them while working at a building construction site.

Again in Sunset Park, a man killed himself when he crashed into a flatbed truck while riding his ebike drunk.

In Borough Park, two men mugged a man at gunpoint as the rain fell down and robbed two cellphones and 200 bucks off him.

Also in Borough Park, two men spray painted their names and a swastika on a yeshiva building.

Again in Borough Park, an app-food delivery man succumbed to injuries and died months after he got hit by a driver who ran him over with his car after running a red light when he was riding his scooter on the job.

And again in Borough Park, a man skating on the street got knocked down by a hit and run drunk driver.

In Coney Island, a stray bullet pierced the window of an apartment at the Seaview Houses and the tenant found it on one of her daughter’s beds. The woman’s daughters were not present at the time because they were with her ex-husband and she remarked how hearing bullets was just something she grown accustomed to hearing on the daily.

Also in Coney Island, a man killed himself after he crashed his car into building scaffolding while speeding.

In Kensington, a 15-year-old girl got charmed by and smoked a joint with a man she met at a park and then he took her to his apartment and raped her and kicked her back out on the street.

Also in Kensington at the Church Ave. Station, an entire train got bombed with graffiti.

Again in Kensington, two men walking home from a barber shop got confronted by two other men in a car who accused them of giving them dirty looks and then attacked them. As they were brawling with each other, a gang of five men joined the instigators and then ran away when one of the men they targeted got stabbed. The victim died from his wounds shortly after arriving at the hospital on the night before Christmas.

In Red Hook, a man who was recently off parole got shot to death from a point blank blast to his face in front of a public housing building.

Also in Red Hook, a man stabbed another man to death with an ice pick during a brawl inside an apartment building. The deceased was fighting back with a box cutter.

In Sheepshead Bay, an 18-year-old man got stabbed to death on the street a few blocks away from his home. 

In Prospect Heights, a 6-year-old girl watched her mother get stabbed by her boyfriend twice during a domestic dispute at their apartment and then she called the cops as her mother bled on the floor.

Also in Prospect Heights, a man shot two men on the street to settle an argument, killing one with a blast to the chest.

In Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, cops responding to an emergency call about a man with a gun menacing people. After arresting the gunman,  the man he was after charged towards the cops and got shot on the leg when he didn’t comply to orders to stop and when he motioned his hand from his waist. Surprisingly, a Black Lives Matter protest didn’t follow this use of excessive force even after they procured the weapon.

In Boerum Hill, four men got shot in a gang-related attack at the Warren Houses in broad daylight. One of the victims was a NYCHA worker who got caught in the crossfire. The assailant fled in a red getaway car.

In Midwood, a pimp grabbed a 15-year-old girl off the street, brought him back to his apartment and took her to stripper joints and forced her to prostitute herself to johns for over a week until she was able to contact someone for help on her celly.

Also in Midwood, a 62-year-old man got shot to death inside his apartment.

Again in Midwood, a woman got shot in the face inside an apartment building while she was walking down the stairs.

And again in Midwood, a man vandalized four synagogues by spray painting accusatory tropes and broke into one of them and stole 20 bucks.

In Ditmas Park, a woman got shot in the face inside her apartment when a bullet pierced through the door while she was about to open it.

In Williamsburg, a synagogue allowed 5,000 people to cluster inside for a funeral of a Rabbi in defiance of the state’s pandemic protocols and the city’s guidelines for indoor gatherings. The Satmar sect leaders also challenged de Blasio’s NYPD to stop them. The mayor and the authorities chickened out after they literally begged them not to hold the event.

Also in Williamsburg, a man crashed his car into an ambulance after running two red lights and crashed into a lamppost trying to flee.

Again in Williamsburg, a man commuting to work on his ebike got killed after he rode alongside a city bus and it made a turn and ran him over.

And again in Williamsburg, two women and a man got shot at a speakeasy party in a basement of a building by the Williamsburg Bridge.

And again in Williamsburg, a pack of thieves broke into an Italian Restaurant through the basement gate and bashed a hole in a wall of a storage room and robbed over $4,500 worth of fresh homemade pasta and forty bucks from a cash box.

In Mill Basin, a man got killed while trying to maneuver his motorcycle around stalled traffic and got hit by a van as the driver was in the middle of a turn.

In Bay Ridge, a man easily stole a car from an app food delivery man when he left the car double parked with the keys still in the ignition while delivering an order.

Also in Bay Ridge, a man broke into a fish market and robbed $850.

Again in Bay Ridge, a man had his fannypack stolen from his truck that he left inside while he was making a delivery and the thief escaped in a getaway car.

And again in Bay Ridge, a thief stole $2,100 from a woman when she left her bag on her child’s stroller to go back to her apartment because she forgot her face mask.

And again in Bay Ridge, a man decided to quit his job after he stole $3,500 from the register from the deli he worked at.

In Bensonhurst, a food delivery man got ambushed while sending an order by two men who beat him up and robbed his scooter, $700 and his cellphone.

Also in Bensonhurst, a man attacked a woman while she was commuting to work and stole her purse.

In Gravesend, a man stalked a woman walking to her house and stole her purse when she reached the stairs and caused her to fall.

Also in Gravesend, a man got ambushed by two men while walking on the sidewalk and got robbed of 800 bucks.

Again in Gravesend, an app-food delivery man got mugged at knifepoint by two men who placed a false order and robbed his ebike, cellphone and 500 bucks.

And again in Gravesend, a fire engine collided into a Benz in an intersection while responding to an emergency then crashed into a children’s clothing store from the impact. 5 firemen and the driver of the lux car got injured.

And again in Gravesend, a four month old baby was beaten to death inside an apartment.

In Bath Beach, a man broke into a deli and robbed $750 from the register and cracked open an ATM machine and robbed it of over 9 grand.

Also in Bath Beach, a man broke into a deli through the back door and robbed 700 bucks.

Again in Bath Beach, a man got carjacked while trying to sell his vehicle to the cunning thief.

In Fort Hamilton, a man had his truck stolen after he had it parked for a day.

In Greenpoint at the Nassau Ave. Station, a man hopped the turnstiles and attacked a 70-year-old MTA worker on the platform and threatened to infect him with coronavirus and then pushed him onto the tracks, causing him to fall near the third rail. 

In Bed-Stuy, a man randomly slashed a woman on the head who was passing by him on a street corner.

Also in Bed-Stuy, a man ran into a deli and held it up at gunpoint and demanded cash from customers inside. Then he grabbed a man who wouldn’t comply and tried to blow his head out on the counter. Then the other man fought back and got shot in the hip during the tussle for the gun.

In Downtown Brooklyn, a man got indicted for swindling elderly people for over a year by impersonating a lawyer and manipulating into giving him $20,000 on a ruse that a relative of theirs needed bail money to avoid imprisonment.

In Gowanus, two cars got excavated from the deep muddy muck of the Gowanus Canal during the superfund cleanup effort. Stunningly, no bodies were found inside.

Bronx

In Morrisania, a 16-year-old boy got shot to death at point blank range in broad daylight after he came out of a deli after his killer patted him on the shoulder when he arrived and before he went inside the store.

In Mott Haven, a man got shot in the ankle in front of an apartment building.

In Charlotte Gardens, a man broke into a house through the basement window and only stole a lightbulb. There are four picture of the progress of this theft.

In Williamsbridge, a man got shot in the shoulder following an argument with his assailant.

In Mount Eden, a man busted in the front door of a restaurant and looted 500 bucks from the register.

Also in Mount Eden, an argument between two men after a car accident escalated after one of them drove away and then the other man raced down the street pursuing him and then rolled up slow as the other man was double parked and fired a shot at him from the drivers window.

In Tremont, a man got shot in the back by another man while he was about to buy weed. The bulletproof vest the victim wore failed to protect him.

In Highbridge, two men stalked a man heading to his apartment building and jumped him in the lobby, beat him down to the floor and robbed $300 off him

In Allerton, a man got caught by cops while trying to break into a jewelry store from the roof.

Also in Allerton, two men got shot in the legs during a drive-by.

Again in Allerton, a man got stabbed to death inside his apartment following a dispute with his slayer.

In Crotona Park East, a man approached a woman on the sidewalk and slapped her in the face.

In Olinville, a woman got shot in the arm near a street corner at the crack of dawn.

In Kingsbridge Heights, a man crashed into an open street outdoor dining shanty after losing control of his car during a medical episode.

In Wakefield, a man was shot to death inside his apartment yet cops initially determined he died of a drug overdose, which got debunked when forensics found two bullets in his body. Notably one in his head. The killer broke into the apartment through a second floor window.

Also in Wakefield, a man got shot in the shoulder while sitting inside a car.

In Foxhurst, two men held up a jewelry store at gunpoint and robbed 100 large worth of baubles after pistol-whipping the worker.

Also in Foxhurst, a 16-year-old boy slashed a teenage girl in the stomach on the street and was set free without bail after his arraignment and went back to his hangout on the corner near where the victim lives. The boy was previously convicted for his participation in a gang attack of 67-year-old man who got killed after they smashed a garbage can on his head on the street a year ago. The boy was released from custody from a juvenile center because of pandemic protocols, by the same judge.

In Laconia, a gang of kids chased a 12-year-old boy into an alley and then cornered him, beat him down and stabbed him multiple times just to rob his cellphone.

In Pelham Parkway, a 14-year-old boy got shot in the neck and gut in the middle of the street during a snow storm.

In Eastchester, a man slashed a woman with a butcher knife in his car then slaughtered a prostitute to death with the same weapon inside a motel room who he arranged to have sex with.

Also in Eastchester, a man hit a 65-year-old woman and her 2-year-old grandson in a stroller with his car as they were crossing the street. The man went over to check on them and decided to go back to his car and drive away as eyewitnesses took pictures with their cellies.

In Melrose, three young man ganged up on a 17-year-old girl at a park and beat her down while throwing cans and spewing homophobic epithets at her.

In Foxhurst, a man got into an argument with three men who were doing damage to his car while they were trying to dislodge their vehicle from the snow and then one of them shot him in the foot.

In Fordham Heights, a man got shot to death on a basketball court in a park on the grounds of the Twin Parks buildings.

In Pelham Gardens, a man hit a 62-year-old woman and a 2-year-old boy she was pushing in a stroller with his SUV while they were crossing the street and then he surreptitiously went to check on them from behind a truck then went back to his car and drove away.

In University Heights, a man shot another man to death following a dispute by the stairs of an apartment building

In Van Cortdandt Village, a man got shot to death inside his apartment.

In West Farms, a man fired his gun at cops who were chasing him down the street and they caught up to him after he ditched his weapon.

In Hunts Point, a man ambushed an app-food delivery worker while he was making a delivery and held him up at gunpoint with a rifle and robbed his cellphone, 20 bucks and his ebike.

Staten Island

In West Brighton, a man robbed a cash register from a deli after he shot pepper spray at the cashier’s face.

Also in West Brighton, a person fired four shots while in a car in motion in the vicinity of a bus stop.

Again in West Brighton, a man trying to access parked cars got lucky when one was left with the door unlocked and he ripped off a wallet containing 5 bucks from it.

And again in West Brighton, cops pulled over a driver and arrested him along with his friend when they found a loaded gun and a switchblade and an exotic Jamaican drug in the cupholders.

And again in West Brighton, a man broke into a bakery/restaurant and robbed it of $350 but did over a $1,000 of damage after breaking the screen door trying to get in and then breaking a window to get inside.

And again in West Brighton, bullets were fired from a car speeding down the street in broad daylight.

In St. George, a man killed his girlfriend in their apartment by slitting her throat following years of physical abuse he inflicted on her.

In New Springville, a man crippled a woman and bagel shop owner by intentionally crashing his car into a tree while driving drunk. The wreck left her paralyzed from the neck down.

In Tompkinsville, a man got shot to death while walking on the sidewalk as he was going to a deli right around sundown during the snowstorm.

In Annandale, a man robbed a fat tire bicycle worth over $2,000 from a 13-year-old boy after punching him in the face.

In Stapleton, a restaurant dining shanty got pulverized by a car.

In Clifton, a man got shot in the leg from a drive-by while he was heading inside an apartment building.

In Mariners Harbor, a man recklessly driving on the street crashed the car into a pickup truck after running a stop sign and then abandoned it along with a loaded gun he left behind.

In Ward Hill, 11 shots were fired on the street in the middle of the night.

In Tottenville, a man butchered himself by a slashing his arm and severing his dick off with a butcher knife inside his apartment.

 

 

New Bad Days 79: Former City Hall Aide Gets Mugged In The Subway And Is Shocked About It As Crime On Mass Transit Inclines And As Mentally Ill Men Push People On The Tracks In Consecutive Days; Two Dead Babies Left To Rot In An Alley;Two Women Get Struck By Stray Bullets From Gang Related Shootings; An Abusive Husband And A Fugitive Both Die Respectably In Shootouts With The NYPD And U.S. Marshals; Endangered Parking Spaces On Open Streets Are Devolving Into Street Fights; Gun Toting Thug Robs And Terrorizes Woman And Her Small Business And Child Twice; Gun Runners Get Caught In The Act After One Of Them Complains About A Baby Getting Killed; NYPD Continues Overdeployments Of Political Protests As A Bartender Declares His Bar An Autonomous Zone And Defends It By Running Over A NYC Sheriff’s Deputy Gets Kid Gloves Treatment As Gang Related And Individual Gun Violence Rises 101%

Manhattan

In the West Village and Greenwich Village, cops arrested 57 people who were protesting on the street as the presidential election results were being tabulated. Fires were being set on the road and in garbage cans. One woman punched a cop in the face and another woman spit in another cops face and got thrown to the ground. The NYPD also dispensed violence to citizens participating in the demonstration and again resorted to kettling demonstrators on the avenue while corralling commuters as well. Raising the chance of another rise of COVID-19 spread in the city.

Another protest organized by the Black Transgender community that began by the Stonewall Inn got tailed by a mass overdeployment of cops in riot gear and bikes as they marched their way through Washington Square to Union Square. During the march, a mentally ill homeless man attacked a lieutenant from behind and tried to strangle him with a chain. Then the NYPD began to swarm on the protesters, while bike cops aggressively and indiscriminately walled off people, one of them being Public Advocate Juaamme Williams who the cops didn’t even recognize.

A militia of bike cops assembled at Union Square across the street from a group of protesters on the other side of the street and then charged and yelled at them to move back. The cops deployed outnumbered the amount of protesters on 14th St. and their overzealous tactics trying to force people to move back up the steps of the park area  caused a 1010 WINS journalist to get almost trampled.

Mayor de Blasio’s predictably slow response to the actions of his NYPD was dripped with mealy insouciance and abject denial, despite hundreds of videos that have been distributed on social media since May 28th where his NYPD used the majority of the force and spent untold millions of dollars to dispense brutality to his constituents exercising their right to assemble and speak against unjust systemic issues still prevalent in law enforcement and the budgetary inequities to other services like education and housing to bolster them. (videos by Scootercaster)

In Harlem, a man going out to buy breakfast got shot to death in broad daylight and from point black range from a man who walked up behind him and blew his head off while the murder victim was talking to a woman. The victim was previously charged with attempted murder from an incident

Also in Harlem, three men jumped a man on the street and stabbed him multiple times.

Again in Harlem, a drunk driver crashed his car into a motorcycle while turning and knocked the biker and his passenger off and hospitalized them.

And again in Harlem, a man got shot in the back by an apartment building at the St. Nicholas Houses.

And again in Harlem, a homeless man got beaten to death on the street by a gang of men.

And again in Harlem, three men beat the hell out of a man and stabbed him three times after they saw him smoking a joint near a street corner.

And again in Harlem, a man got stabbed to death on a street corner.

And again in Harlem, a man followed another man to his apartment building and shot him as he was entering it and stole his chain.

And again in Harlem, an off-duty C.O. with a warrant on him brawled with another man inside an apartment building.

And again in Harlem, a man got shot in broad daylight while walking on the sidewalk.

In East Harlem, a man got killed after getting run over by a hit and run driver while lying on the crosswalk.

Also in East Harlem, a 17-year-old boy attacked a man by stabbing him multiple times on his head with a knife during a robbery attempt.

Again in East Harlem, a man livid about missing out on a game console system he was waiting on line for at a video game store suckerpunched a man who just purchased one as he left the store. Then the loon got arrested when he went to pick a backpack he dropped when he fled at the police station that contained a fake gun.

And again in East Harlem, a man shot another man in the back and fled in a blue car.

And again in East Harlem, a man got hit in the leg with a stray bullet after a man shot a group of men by a street corner.

In Midtown, a man stabbed another man in the back following an argument on the street in broad daylight.

Also in Midtown, a woman committed suicide by jumping from her apartment window of a luxury building.

Again in Midtown, a man got doored by a traffic cop coming out of his patrol car while riding his bike and then he punched the cop in the throat.

And again in Midtown, a man failed to hold up a bank when he gave a teller a note demanding 20 grand.

And again in Midtown at the 59th St./Lexington Ave Station, a woman threw a can of  beer at the conductor of 6 train when he opened his window.

And again in Midtown and again at the 59th St./Lexington Ave. Station, the N train arrived and was packed to the gills with commuters, making it impossible to adhere to social distancing guidelines.

The train got delayed because the dumbass city gave a permit for some shitty movie production that was using an N train at Ditmars Ave. for a film shoot.

And again in Midtown, the billionaire row tower with the spinning crane defecated chunks of glass from the top of the building to the street below.

And again in Midtown, a man wanted for a robbery while on parole hit the gas after he got pulled over by the cops. After he hit one of the detectives, the skell smashed up a row of parked vehicles and crashed into a food cart. The man escaped after he abandoned the car and ran into the subway, but got eventually got caught and arrested a few days later.

And again in Midtown, a man died in a car wreck when a tractor trailer driver collided into his vehicle running a red light.

And again in Midtown at the 42nd St./Bryant Park Station, a homeless man got into an argument with another man he tried to panhandle money from on the platform and then he assaulted him and pushed him onto the tracks. The attacker was previously arrested for an assault of a commuter back in January at the 23rd St. Station.

And again in Midtown at the 103rd St. Station, a man got randomly targeted for assault by another man who walked up to him and savagely beat him up.

And again in Midtown, a man got stabbed to death in front of a dollar slice pizzeria after being surrounded by a gang. The next morning, a man got stabbed in the middle of the street five blocks south as a bunch of suspects fled down to the subway.

And again in Midtown, a man stuck up a food delivery worker at gunpoint by a McDonalds who claimed the order he was carrying belonged to him.

And again in Midtown, NYC Sheriffs raided a bar that was holding a bottle party with 400 patrons partying like it’s the end of the world.

And again in Midtown, two men with sledgehammers destroyed a window of a luxury watch store and easily pilfered over $24,000 worth of merchandise that were on display.

And again in Midtown, Mayor de Blasio greeted one of his constituents and the man told him to go get fucked.

And again in Midtown, a man in a MAGA cap carrying a 10 foot pole with an American flag attached mouthed off to a cop and refused her order to disperse after he kept picking a fight with another man.

In Inwood, two men carjacked a vehicle at gunpoint by kicking out a man from the drivers seat and ejecting two other women riding with in the backseat.

In the Upper West Side, two fights over parking spaces occurred minutes apart, one of them between two men led to one of them getting socked in the eye and his eventual arrest coming from the blowback effects of outdoor dining with shanty seating setups on the road curbs. de Blasio’s stupid ass decision to mandate this dining even if the pandemic ends, scenarios like this will be just as common.

Also in the Upper West Side, Brooklyn Borough President and candidate for Mayor Eric Adams held a fundraiser dinner at a restaurant as he and his donors clustered and dined together while being above the city and state pandemic guidelines indoor capacity limit.

Again in the Upper West Side, a woman slashed a 10-year-old boy in the face inside an apartment building.

And again in the Upper West Side,at the 96th St. Station, two men got into a tussle and one of them got slashed in the face on the platform

In Hell’s Kitchen, a woman smacked a camera out of a NYPD detective’s hand during a protest march.

Also in Hell’s Kitchen, a man had his luxury sports car damaged when two men riding on a moped broke his rear view mirror while cutting him off. During a dispute on how the duo were going to reimburse the man for the damage and got ridiculed by witnesses laughing at one of their offers, they beat down the man and stole his keys and drove the car to the Bronx and crashed it.

Again in Hell’s Kitchen, a man shot another man in his ass to settle a disagreement about a drug transaction.

In Chelsea, a speakeasy exclusive hookah party at a building loft got raided by the NYC sheriffs.

Also in Chelsea at the 23rd St. Station, a man engaged in a dispute with a transit worker cleaning the platform and then punched him in the face.

In the East Village, a homeless man got into a row with a coffee cart vendor after he tried to steal money from his tip cup. Then the man yanked out a shrubbery from a planter and threw it at the cart and then took out a box cutter while they were brawling with each other. After the vendor kicked his ass, the cops let the vagrant go and then an ambulance arrived to take him away.

Also in the East Village, a fire ignited inside a vacant apartment building raged into a five-alarm inferno that engulfed and destroyed a 130 year-old church next door and a shelter for women next door that left 22 residents homeless.

In the West Village, a man got stabbed in the back three times by a man he was arguing with while a protest march was going on.

Also in the West Village at the 14th St. Station, a man got killed when the 1 train hit him in the tunnel.

In Union Square, a homeless man ran towards a woman standing on the 4,5,6 train platform and pushed her onto the express tracks right when the 5 train arrived. The woman managed to survive as she landed in the middle of the trackbed as the train rolled over her

Also in Union Square,$500,000 worth of copper wire in spools and off the tunnel’s walls were burglarized a month ago. They were discovered stolen following a maintenance check at the station. Across town on the 1,2,3 subway lines, 30,000 feet of copper wire worth 10 large got burglarized from the stations from 34 St. to Canal St.

In Washington Square Park, an 18-year-old man got stabbed in the arm while brawling with another man.

Also in Washington Square Park, NYPD aggressively bounced out men and women who were hanging out after closing time.

In the Lower East Side, a  19-year-old man and a 15-year-old boy attacked a man from behind and whacked him with a shower rod and a baby stroller on the sidewalk. Looks like they decided to utilize other people’s trash instead of their skillz.

Also in the Lower East Side, a man snatched a purse off an 85-year-old woman as she was sitting on a park bench and then pushed her to the ground.

Again in the Lower East Side, a man fired shots at a group of people in front of a building, hitting one man in the leg.

And again in the Lower East Side, a man exited a car and shot at a man down the street, hitting his ankle.

In Chinatown, two men grabbed an autistic 14-year-old boy on the sidewalk, threw him up against the scaffolding by a homeless shelter and then beat him down and robbed his backpack and jacket in broad daylight.

In Soho, a man who got arrested for randomly punching Rick Moranis on the sidewalk threw a bottle of champagne at the owner of liquor store and beat him down after he got caught shoplifting.

Also in Soho, a man impersonating a cop failed to hijack a city bus that he wanted to use to go to Brooklyn.

In Greenwich Village, a man driving while intoxicated exited a parking garage and crashed his Benz into an open street shanty seating area in front of a restaurant.

In the Upper East Side, a state senators office got bombed with black paint following three prior incidents of anti-Semetic graffiti tagged on her windows.

Also in the Upper East Side, a man snatched threw an 88-year-old woman on the sidewalk and stole her purse.

At the Grand Central Station, a man engaged in an argument with another man on the 4 train decided to end the dispute by slashing him in the face with a knife, then another man butted in and sucker punched the victim in the face and they all got into a wild rumble on the platform when they got off the train.

In NoMad, a man approached and then manhandled a woman with her two children and tried to abduct one of her kids from her stroller while claiming he was the father. Then a Samaritan with superior fighting skills wrestled him to the ground and applied a martial arts hold and kept him restrained until the cops arrived.

In Hudson Yards, two men got injured while washing windows on a 100-story tower when their scaffold broke under them while they were 50 stories high and they fell 20 feet and landed on the roof of the 35th floor after sliding 10 stories down the building. 

In Times Square, a man ran up to the Naked Cowboy and pulled down his underwear while he was singing a John Denver song.

Also in Times Square, a man killed himself by touching the third rail inside the train tunnel. 

In Penn Station, a woman committed suicide by jumping in front of the arriving 1 train.

In Murray Hill, a man jumped into a newspaper delivery van and stole it, taking it for a joyride up and downtown and smacked two NYPD patrol cars and injuring three cops and ending his sojourn by crashing it into a stop sign by his apartment building.

Also in Murray Hill, a delivering a half a million dollars worth of medical surgical tools to a building had his jeep easily stolen after he left the key in the ignition.

In Downtown Manhattan at the Tombs, an inmate committed suicide by hanging himself with a blanket in his cell and another inmate slashed a C.O. and stabbed a C.O. Captain in the knee with a shiv while they were escorting him to another area in the prison.

An attention craving hipster doofus is crawling around the streets on his hands in a rat costume and a majority of people don’t give a shit. Not because “it’s New York” but because people have a lot of other things to think about trying to get by in a failed state run by morons. A real artist would have tore through those garbage bags and fed on the detritus. Meanwhile, actual rats of unusual sizes have been running wild on the streets of the Upper West Side with one so large it got stuck underneath a crevice of a wall by Central Park.

Car theft  continues it’s nagging ascent with 70% more vehicles reported stolen following a scourge of thefts occurring during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Leading precincts to advise citizens to go back to the Club.

Queens

 

In Flushing, a homeless man was found dead in a box in front of a store with the gate down.

Also in  Flushing, two men got into a row over a parking space that escalated into a street fight. When one of the men got back in his car, his foe smacked it with his baseball bat and then the driver plowed into him and crashed into a bakery that was having a grand opening.

Again in Flushing, at the Main St. Station a man grabbed a woman’s ass and ran away.

In Springfield Gardens, a man employed as security guard for CUNY strangled his wife during a domestic dispute, leading her to go the 105th Precinct for help and two cops were deployed to escort her back to her home. While they were helping her gathering her belongings to go to a temporary shelter, her husband arrived minutes later and took out his gun and got into a shootout with the cops inside his house and got killed by the returning gunfire. The dead man had his city issued guns removed from him by CUNY in the summer for threatening to kill his wife and gave it back to him weeks before this incident, using one of the weapons in his attack against the heroic cops. 

Also in Springfield Gardens, two stepbrothers got killed from a gang related drive-by shooting. The driver crashed his car through a fence that toppled over after he and his front seat passenger got blasted from their assailants who shot them from a car that passed on the other side of the boulevard . A woman and her 4-year-old child who were in the back seat survived the wreck and the assassination.

In South Richmond Hill, two men invaded a home and took three women and a baby hostage at gunpoint while they were looking for cash left behind by a man they knew who died of cancer. When the standoff ended, the two recidivist criminals were tripping on angel dust and requested an order of pizza from the cops.

Also in South Richmond Hill, a man grabbed a 64-year-old woman from behind and held a knife to her throat in broad daylight during her commute to work to her job in the area. Then he released her and ran away with nothing when she resisted.

Again in South Richmond Hill, Brooklyn Borough President and candidate for Mayor Eric Adams again violated pandemic guidelines and held another fundraiser at a nite club/restaurant with his donors in a state mandated yellow zone infection case area.

In Rockaway Park, two men got stabbed by a 17-year-old boy during a street fight between them and the boy’s crew following an exchange of dirty looks. One of them died from strike to the chest and the other man survived jabs to his arm.

In Far Rockaway, a man got shot in the leg on the sidewalk.

In Averne, a man broken into a tow pound lot and set a truck he owned on fire that was previously impounded by them. Then the flames spread to other vehicles parked in the lot and caught onto a neighboring building and onto his face.

In Rego Park, a Muslim family got accosted by a man and a woman near their apartment building and then were victimized in a xenophobic attack. The woman grabbed the mother’s hajib off her head and when the husband tried to defend her, the couple beat him down to the ground while yelling jingoistic slogans and xenophobic slurs at him in front of their two children. The goon and a group of his toadies loitered in front of their apartment building the next day and menaced the family again. The attack followed weeks of persistent harassment and by the couple towards them.

In Jamaica, a cop from the 113th Precinct got arraigned on drug trafficking charges for his involvement in a cocaine distribution ring with two other men he ran with for four years.

Also in Jamaica, a man shot another man in the eye with a paintball gun.

Again in Jamaica, a man recently released from prison mugged a person and gunpoint and got caught by cops possessing two guns.

And again in Jamaica at the Jamaica Center/Parsons Blvd. Station, a 17-year-old boy got robbed of his $800 sneakers his airpods and his bookbag after a woman stuck him up at knife point and three other men beat him down to the floor.

In South Jamaica, a man shot up another man while pursuing him in a car chase on the Van Wyck Expressway.

In Jamaica Hills, a man went berzerk inside a pancake house when a worker told him to wear a face mask while ordering and then he attacked the staff with a knife, slashing a woman employee in the arm.

In Astoria, a man was shot three times while hanging out in front of a gambling den and nite club building with an awning displaying a name for a ministry.

Also in Astoria, a delivery man killed himself when he tried to turn into a bike lane on his moped and got run over by a truck that was making a turn at the same time.

Again in Astoria, a delivery man got crushed to death by 18-wheeler truck as he and the driver were turning at the same time.

And again in Astoria, a clumsy man attempted to break into a woman’s apartment on  the second floor by climbing a fence but fell on his ass after she saw him and screamed. The hapless bandit was more successful in three other burglaries he committed where  he was able to access apartments with ease through unlocked windows and made off with over $8,000 in cash and property.

And again in Astoria, NYC sheriffs raided a storefront building and discovered a swingers club with 80 patrons insideand shut it down for violating pandemic guidelines. And probably stopped a spread of STD’s as well as COVID-19.

And again in Astoria, a man threw a ceramic cup at an NYPD van and ran away.

In Long Island City, a man held up a woman at knifepoint and robbed her purse by the Queensbridge Houses.

Also in Long Island City, an off duty cop jogging on the streets was jumped and beaten down by a gang of six men.

Again in Long Island City at the Queens Plaza Station, a man stuck a knife at another man on the platform and failed to rob him when his mark resisted his attempt.

And again in Long Island City and again at the Queens Plaza Station, a man randomly sucker punched a man while he was talking on his cellphone on the platform.

And again in Long Island City, a man got shot in the back at a birthday party he attended.

In Middle Village, a man who stole a bulldog from his relatives stepped out of his house and brandished an automatic gun to a detective that was standing in front of his car.when he was staking him out. The man then ran back inside and cops and federal agents arrived and arrested him after finding two more automatic weapons,a bulletproof vest and 85 kilos of cocaine. 

Also in Middle Village, an 85-year-old woman got killed when she got hit by a car while jaywalking.

Again in Middle Village, a 75-year-old woman got hit by car while jaywalking.

In Richmond Hill,Kew Gardens and Forest Park, a man sexually assaulted a 20-year-old woman on the street and then he picked up a 14-year-old girl and tried to rape her in a bush and then sexually assaulted a woman jogging on a trail in a span of three hours in  broad daylight. The creep tried to pull their pants down in each attack and all of them resisted by yelling and fighting him off. His stepfather ratted him out to the cops leading to his arrest.

In Corona, cars are being parked on the sidewalks by auto body shops.

Also in Corona, NYC sheriffs raided a building and ended a party attended by over 70 people and alcohol consumption was going on.

In Woodside, a man killed himself when he crashed his motorcycle into a pillar while speeding on the streets.

In Maspeth, an off-duty caught a man about to sell a gun on a street corner and dropped his ass to the sidewalk.who

Also in Maspeth, a woman found dead and bleeding lying under a pickup truck.

Again in Maspeth, a parked livery car got swallowed by a sinkhole on a freshly repaved street.

In Ridgewood, a man broke into an apartment and robbed jewelry and airpods

In Jackson Heights, looters raided an apartment building and ripped open packages and boxes that were delivered by amazon and stole the merchandise contained in them.

In Elmhurst at the Woodhaven Blvd. Station, a man got killed by an arriving train at 3:30 a.m. Which is when the subway is closed to commuters

In Forest Hills, a man at an upscale brand bike shop ripped off an $11,000 bike after he fooled the salesperson into thinking he was going to test ride it.

Also in Forest Hills, at the 71st Ave./Continental Ave. Station, a man got caught jerking off on the E train.

In Laurelton, a man got run over by a train while he was wandering on the LIRR tracks.

In Cambria Heights, a man walked up to a parked car with a sub-machine gun and shot up three men who were inside, killing one and maiming two.

In Briarwood, a man stabbed another man two times and robbed $670 off him after confronting him on the sidewalk.

In Kew Gardens Hills, a doctor got killed in a car crash by a drunk driver who ran a red light while going nearly 100 mph.

Also in Kew Gardens Hills, a man got shot in the leg following an argument with two other men on the street.

In Fresh Meadows, a man broken into an animal clinic and robbed property from cabinet drawers.

In South Ozone Park,a man got shot near the Van Wyck Expressway.

Also in South Ozone Park, a man killed himself and injured his passenger when he crashed his car into a pillar after speeding on the Belt Parkway.

In Queens Village, a man got shot in the leg in a drive-by from a man who blasted at him from the car’s sunroof

At JFK Airport, a man pulled out a gun and got into a showdown with Port Authority cops who easily disarmed him when they found it wasn’t loaded.

In College Point, two men got busted running a COVID snake oil scheme by distributing and selling ID like aromatic cards that contained bleach and incesticide chemicals, purporting to sterilize against the virus by wearing them around the neck and over the chest area so the consumer would inhale the vapors coming from them. This was inspired by one of Donald Trump’s early pressers with his COVID response team when he asked Dr. Brix about injecting bleach into the lungs as a remedy for the novel virus.

Brooklyn

In Sunset Park at the 36th St. Station, a man who worked as an aide for Mayors Bloomberg and de Blasio and his wife got mugged on the platform for their wedding bands and her engagement ring while they were with their 2-year-old child who was sleeping during the incident. The perp walked up to them while the man was on his cellphone and demanded property from them and gave up their rings when the woman noticed he was packing heat as her husband verbalized how shocked he was that he was getting robbed. The thief is suspected for three other armed robberies;  two of them that happened in the subway also where he held up a woman at the 8th St. Station in Coney Island and when he stuck up a woman and robbed her engagement ring and one that happened in an office building where he stuck up a man  waiting for the elevator at gunpoint, making off with a ring and his necklace. The mugger accrued about 13 large in baubles. So this isn’t much of a shock at all.

In Bed-Stuy, a rapper looking for viral fame stood on top of an ice cream truck he and his associates rented then leapt onto a bus that was standing beside stalled in traffic. Then he took his flamethrower and shot into the air above him and then shot onto the road to make a puddle of flame to jump onto for dramatic effect. The M.C. decided to turn himself in while hoping to get an endorsement deal for designer clothing to wear while being frogmarched to the precinct, even though he was already wearing an expensive winter coat by Canada Goose.

Also in Bed-Stuy, a man went to his ex-girlfriends apartment and barged inside and stabbed her new boyfriend twice in the arm.

Again in Bed-Stuy, a man got shot twice on the street in broad daylight.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a 17-year-old boy shot at a city bus trying to injure or kill a rival gangbanger and missed and a stray bullet hit a 70-year-old woman in the face instead. Another stray bullet hit a man on the leg who was standing on the sidewalk.

The shooter ran away accompanied by a teenage girl.

The incident took place on a road the city painted a Black Lives Matter mural on. This one also contains the names of dozens of victims of police brutality whose lives were taken by gunfire and from excessive force.

And again in Bed-Stuy, seven people got shot by four gangbangers at a sweet 16 party at inside an apartment building in a gang-related attack following a dispute when the party was at an event hall that got stopped by the NYPD and when a 17-year-old boy got shot nearby on a street corner. A 20-year-old woman visiting from another state got killed as six other teenagers survived shots to their legs and torsos.

And again Bed-Stuy, a gang of eleven men chased a man and brutally beat him down in the middle of the street, causing him to lose an eye after being pummeled with kicks and getting stomped on his head. The attack got initiated when the gang assumed he was strapped.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a woman got forced out of an livery car and wound up on the street with critical injuries when a man crashed his ghoulish tricked out sports car into it after speeding down the avenue and running a red light.

The reckless driver was not arrested for some reason despite causing critical injuries to the woman and also to her driver and also the damage of the app-hail driver’s vehicle and his own, which he used for doing stunts in mall and department store parking lots and tearing up the city streets in various social media video posts.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a 9-year-old boy stabbed his 1-year-old sister in the stomach inside their home.

In East Flatbush, a man got into an argument with another man who came close to hitting him with his car as he was crossing the street. Then the driver took out a gun and shot at him and missed and the stray bullet hit a different man in the hand while he was a passenger in another vehicle.

Also in East Flatbush, two cops shot a stray pit bull to death after it bit it’s owner and another man.

Again in East Flatbush, a man shot another man to death following an argument they had in front of an auto body shop in broad daylight.

And again in East Flatbush, three men beat a man to death on the street after they thought the victim was trying to pick up one of the assailant’s sister at a bar.

And again in East Flatbush, a man got shot in the leg while on the street from a drive-by.

In Flatbush, a 16-year-old boy got shot in the hand when he tried to grab the gun off a man who stuck him up from behind to rob him.

And again in East Flatbush and Flatbush, a man and a woman bought a bunch of lighters and ignited fires on 5 school buses in a span of 3 weeks.

In Crown Heights, a man got shot to death in front of a deli on a street corner and wouldn’t disclose his killer’s identity traits to the cops. The victim previously served time in prison for shaking his baby boy to death.

Also in Crown Heights, a 14-year-old boy got shot in the leg on the street.

Again in Crown Heights, a man and a pregnant woman got shot on a street corner. The woman gave birth from a c-section operation while her wound was being treated while hospitalized.

And again in Crown Heights, a man got shot in the face from a drive-by shooter while hanging out with a group of people.

And again in Crown Heights, a teenage driver crashed a rental SUV into a house and injured two women inside then he and his passenger abandoned it and ran away.

And again in Crown Heights, a woman got shot in the knee on the street at the crack of dawn.

And again in Crown Heights, a man got shot twice in the middle of the block.

And again in Crown Heights, two men held up a deli by gun and knife point and robbed it of over $2,600 and got away even though the crook’s gun fell apart when he dropped it exiting the store.

In Downtown Brooklyn, a man savagely beat down a 79-year-old man on the sidewalk nearby the apartment building where the elderly man lived. The victim died from his injuries 2 months later.

Also in Downtown Brooklyn at the Barclays Center Station, a man sleeping on a bench on the platform awoken suddenly then ran towards a commuter and shoved him onto the tracks. The suspect got arrested in East New York at his home in Starett City.

Again in Downtown Brooklyn, a clerical snafu at the Criminal Courthouse released a 19-year-old man onto the streets after he got arraigned for attempted murder for shooting at people in a car.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn at the Barclays Arena/Atlantic Ave. Station, a man and a woman beat down a 60-year-old woman who told them to put masks on while they were entering the elevator with her and then tried to block them from getting on.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, two men jumped a man while riding his bike and unsuccessfully tried to rob him after they laid a few punches on him. 

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, a man robbed a bunch of jackets from the Fulton Mall and punched a security guard in the face when he tried to stop him.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, a man broke into a townhouse and robbed over $16,000 worth of bourbon from the basement.

In Park Slope at the Prospect Ave. Station, a man snatched a gold necklace from a woman’s neck on the platform and got busted trying to pawn it.

In Brooklyn Heights, a man was found dead on the stairs of an apartment building.

Also in Brooklyn Heights, two men robbed a portable ATM machine from a pizzeria.

Again in Brooklyn Heights, a man held up a deli with a fake gun and robbed it of $2,300.

And again in Brooklyn Heights at the High Street Station, a man stalked a woman on the platform and tried to mug her for her purse and failed.

And again in Brooklyn Heights and again at the High Street Station, a man stalked another man on the platform and slashed him in the face for no reason.

And again in Brooklyn Heights, a man stole condoms and cough syrup from a pharmacy after he menaced workers with a broken bottle.

In Greenpoint, a man driving an SUV tripping balls on drugs crashed into a barrier boulder on the sidewalk and severed the leg of a woman who was standing there for a moment.

In Red Hook, a man shot at a 17-year-old and hit him in three areas in front of a public housing building.

In Bushwick, a woman got killed while jaywalking when a cement truck sped down the avenue and hit her when she stepped on the road.

In Brownsville, a man ambushed his ex-girlfriend and shot her to death as she was about to enter her car.

Also in Brownsville, a woman got shot in the arm in a drive by as she was walking by a church.

Again in Brownsville, a 17-year-old boy got shot in the neck during a dispute with two other men on the street.

And again in Brownsville, a man got shot three times after he resisted giving up his belongings during a holdup.

And again in Brownsville, a man got shot at twice while he was sitting on a park bench.

And again in Brownsville, an MTA conductor got arrested for his participation in gun trafficking and distribution ring in his neighborhood with three other men, including one who killed a man for his ATM card 23 years ago. While arranging for another deal, he griped how hard it was to do business because a 1-year-old boy got killed by a stray bullet during a gang hit at a park where a BBQ party was going on. The bastards also tried to profit from the city’s gun buyback program with the trafficked weapons.

In East New York, a man got hit by a car after he ran a stop sign while riding his bike delivering food orders and died from his injuries a week later.

Also in East New York, a catering hall filled with 100 people during a DJ show got raided by the cops.

Again in East New York, a man got ambushed by three men in front of an apartment building at the Pink Houses and one of them shot him in the ear.

And again in East New York, a man got shot in the leg on the street in broad daylight.

And again in East New York, a man beat up his boyfriend with a hammer during a domestic dispute.

In Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, a man got shot in the head following an argument and a street fight he had with his assailant who fired at him 10 times in broad daylight in front of passerby. The victim died a few days later.

In Gravesend, a man got shot in the back while walking on the sidewalk from a man who fired at him from a car that was passing by.

In Midwood, a man attacked a 14-year-old girl then whipped out his dick and dragged her on the floor in a rape attempt in the hallway of a doctor’s office.

Also in Midwood, a woman ran over another woman while she was crossing the street with her car while making an illegal U-turn in the intersection under a red light.

In Bay Ridge at the Prospect Ave. Station, a man punched the R train conductor in the face when she stuck her head out of her cabin window.

In Canarsie, an off-duty cop wrecked his car by crashing into another vehicle while driving drunk.

Also in Canarsie, a man got shot to death inside a bar

Again in Canarsie, two men got shot on the sidewalk in a drive-by in broad daylight.

And again in Canarsie, a man got shot multiple times by an off-duty cop during a carjacking attempt. Along with the gun he shot he also possessed another gun that he stored in his buttcheeks.,

And again in Canarsie, a man got shot three times near a street corner.

In Cypress Hills, two men held up a bodega at gunpoint and robbed 750 bucks and the worker’s cellphone.

Also in Cypress Hills, a man got shot in the leg on the street and lost enough blood to wind up hospitalized in critical condition and another man got shot in the leg also on a street about a half mile south.

In Bushwick, five men waltzed into a nite club at 5 a.m. and held up a patron at gun and knife point and robbed four cellphones and a $700 chain off him.

In Weeksville, a man was shot three times on a street corner and died from his wounds.

In Weeksville, a boy got shot in the leg while turning a corner on the sidewalk.

In Carroll Gardens, a man got shot in the legs from a drive-by.

In Bensonhurst, a man robbed $230 from a minimarket after he stabbed a worker in the arm who tried to stop him.

Also in Bensonhurst, a man menaced another man with a knife on a street corner.

Again in Bensonhurst, a man got robbed of $1,000 after he got tricked by a man he arranged to meet to buy a gold chain from and then got held up at knifepoint.

In Seagate, two men attempted to robbed a woman inside of a bank and failed when samaritans intervened.

Also in Seagate, a man whacked another man in the knee with a pipe inside an apartment building.

In Sheepshead Bay, a man killed himself by crashing into a tree after speeding on the Belt Parkway.

In Bath Beach, a man snatched a purse containing $1,000 when a woman left it on the counter for a minute at a grocery store.

In Coney Island at the Stillwell Ave. Station, a man had his cellphone stolen while he slept on the F train.

Also in Coney Island, a man got shot to death while sitting on a park bench by the beach.

Again in Coney Island and again at the Stillwell Ave. Station, a man was found dead on the F train.

And again in Coney Island at the Kings Highway Station, a man held up a woman at gunpoint and robbed her cellphone.

In Borough Park, two men got shot by another man they argued with while they were inside a clothing store and wouldn’t divulge their assailants to the cops.

Also in Borough Park, pouring rain did not deter two men from mugging a man as he walking on the sidewalk by holding him at gunpoint and robbing his cellphones and 200 bucks.

In Fort Greene, a man pursued another man on a citibike in a bike chase and stabbed him in the torso and punched him.

Also in Fort Greene, a man held up another man at knifepoint and robbed $200 off him.

Again in Fort Greene at the Lafayette Ave. Station, a man ripped a cellphone out of another man’s hand on the C train and split.

And again in Fort Greene, two men held up a parking garage attendant at gunpoint and robbed a rental car.

And again in Fort Greene, a man ambushed a couple and held them up at knifepoint and bailed when they had no money to give them.

In Clinton Hill, a man broke into a storage unit and robbed a bunch of woodwind and percussion instruments worth about 30 grand.

Also in Clinton Hill, a man pummeled his father during a domestic dispute.

In Boerum Hill, two men held up a newsstand operator with a knife and robbed stacks of scratch lottery tickets worth $1,400.

Also in Boerum Hill, a man driving drunk ran over and killed a 64-year-old woman with his car while she was crossing the street.

Again in Boerum Hill, a man got caught trying to steal a washer-dryer machine from an apartment building.

In DUMBO, two men broke into an upscale pizzeria and stole over $200 worth of booze.

Also in DUMBO, a woman got grifted by a man who feigned to be a ConEd worker who threatened to shut her business’s power off if she didn’t transfer $3,850 in bitcoin to him.

In New Lots, a man got surrounded by three men in an apartment building lobby and got held up at gunpoint and knifepoint and was robbed of $1,800 and a few cellphones and then the victim found his tires slashed after the mugging.

In Williamsburg, a synagogue managed to clandestinely hold a wedding attended by 7000 people even though they are next to a firehouse and the FDNY have the authority to enforce state and city pandemic guideline restrictions to stop indoor gatherings of more than 15 people. The neighboring fire department decided to treat the event with insouciance and proffered that it’s against their guidelines to inform on their neighbors.

The city fined the synagogue $15,000, amounting to $2.50 for every person that attended. de Blasio dismissed journalists questions about the city’s insouciance of the brazen clustered event by noting what a big city we live in. Following the city’s feeble slap on the wrist fine, another heavily attended post-wedding reception at a shul that flaunted pandemic protocols occurred nearby without repression by authorities thanks to de Blasio’s endorsement.

Then another massive gathering of 7,000 people from the same Satmar community showed up to a funeral that for some fucking reason the city was not cognizant that it was even going down.

On the Williamsburg Bridge, a man on the J train was being an obstinate vector dick when other commuters were telling him to put on a face mask and he refused to. After being unreasonable and making lame ass excuses, he got shamed into going into the next train car to spread his pompous microbes.

Bronx

In Claremont, two newborn twin baby boys were found abandoned and dead wrapped in blue wrapper and a garbage bag on the ground in an alley behind an apartment building.

Also in Claremont, an 85-year-old man was shoved to the pavement by a woman who stole 7 bucks from him while she pinned him to the ground.

In Mount Eden, a man got shot to death in his car in broad daylight at point blank range by his assailant who came out of another vehicle nearby.

Also in Mount Eden, a 15-year-old boy and and a 15-year-old girl colluded to brutally beat and murder a woman at her apartment building after the victim distributed sexual photos of the girl on her social media account. Another boy who beat the woman with a cane got arrested for his involvement with the murder after his parents told him to turn himself in.

Again in Mount Eden, a man wearing a skull face mask shot at people on the street and blasted another round off before going inside a bodega. 

And again in Mount Eden, a man shot at two men and a 16-year-old boy in front of a train station on the Concourse in broad daylight. 

And again in Mount Eden, a woman attacked an 85-year-old man who was walking by her on the sidewalk and pushed him down to the pavement and stole 7 bucks from him.

And again in Mount Eden, a man got killed when he got run over by a car as he was lying down on middle of the street.

In Williamsbridge, a 72-year-old man got killed by a hit and run driver that ran him over while he was in the crosswalk and left him for dead, then got hit by another car when the driver didn’t see him lying on the road.

In Melrose, three men were shot at while hanging out on a street corner smoking cigarettes.

In Eastchester, a man stabbed a woman to death inside a motel room.

In Morrisania, two men got shot on their legs on the street.

In Concourse Village, a man got hit in the arm by a stray bullet while standing on the sidewalk.

In Morris Park, a man walked to a hospital after getting shot in the hand, then buttoned his lip when cops asked who shot him.

In Mott Haven, two men got shot on the grounds at the Mill Brook Houses.

Also in Mott Haven, a man crashed into a truck while riding his bike and died from his injuries.

Again in Mott Haven, a 71-year-old man got killed by a hit-and-run truck driver while on the crosswalk.

And again in Mott Haven, a man got shot in the leg following an argument on a street corner.

And again in Mott Haven, a man stabbed another man to death and slashed his girlfriend in the arm following an argument and threatening his target’s life on the street. The assailant was found to be acting in self-defense and got acquitted.

In the South Bronx, a man broke into an 89-year-old woman’s apartment at 2:30 in the morning and held her down on her bed and robbed 100 bucks from her.

Also in the South Bronx, three men got shot in the middle of a block.

In Soundview, a woman driving drunk killed a man by running him over with her car as he was riding a moped after he rode it on the sidewalk and went on the road.

Also in Soundview, a man got shot in the ass on the grounds of the Sotomoyer Houses.

Again in Soundview, a 13-year-old girl got shot in the knee from a man who shot at a group of men sitting on benches at the James Monroe houses right when she was saying goodnight to her boyfriend.

And again in Soundview, a man got killed when he got hit by a minivan while jaywalking.

And again in Soundview, a man got shot in the thumb when he got ambushed by two men trying to rob him after expecting to meet a pot dealer he wanted to score weed from an arrangement on social media.

And again in Soundview, a man got shot to death in a hallway of an apartment building following a fight over a woman with his assailant.

And again in Soundview, a man got beat down and also shot at when a gang of over 10 men attacked him by the Sotomoyer Houses and also beat up his son who tried to defend him.

And again in Soundview, a man fired shots at a parked car while riding a motorcycle and missed his mark.

In University Heights, two men both got shot in their backs following a heated dispute with two other men on the street.

In Wakefield, a 67-year-old man was stabbed to death inside his basement studio apartment.

In Fordham Manor, a man got shot to death on the street from a blast to his chest.

Also in Fordham Manor, a man got murdered on the street from a drive-by shooting.

In Belmont, a 17-year-old boy got shot in the leg engaging in a shootout with a couple other teenagers.

Also in Belmont, a 59-year-old woman was found dead with her neck strangled with a USB cord and a plastic bag over her head in the basement of her apartment. Her son, who left his girlfriend and their child behind in Florida, is suspected in the murder.

In Kingsbridge, NYC sheriffs raided a warehouse hookah party attended by 125 people and arrested four people who promoted it.

In Co-Op City, a 17-year-old boy got shot in the chest from a stray bullet while hanging out by the Bronx River.

In Edenwald, a man wanted for shooting a state trooper (named John Lennon) and stealing a car in Cape Cod got into a shootout with U.S. Marshals in a apartment building he tried to hide in and fired at them immediately when they were let inside the apartment by a resident. The fugitive died and two marshals got hit during the fusillade exchange.

In Morris Heights, a woman running a smoke shop got held at gunpoint twice by the same man in a little over a week. The first time he robbed her store, the thief sticks his gun at her and although she complies and gives him the money, he reaches through the protective plastic to rifle through the register to grab more cash. The second time the woman recognized him and resisted at first and then the two crooks went behind the counter.

While one of thugs grabbed her and dragged her on the floor, his accomplice jumped over her frightened 5-year-old daughter and stole the tray from the register containing $700 as she ran and watched her mother get dragged outside by the recidivist bastard. Her Motherhas not been able to pay rent for her struggling small business since the virus hit the city in March.

In Concourse Village, a man got shot to death in a hallway inside an apartment building.

In Throggs Neck, a massive fire engulfed three apartment buildings and left 19 people homeless and injured two firemen.

Also in Throggs Neck, an off-duty cop showed up to work stinking drunk.

In Foxhurst, an argument between two men on the street at a bus stop escalated when one of the men shot the other in the leg.

In Pelham Parkway, an off-duty cop crashed his car into an other car on the Bruckner Expressway while driving drunk, injuring two people in the vehicle he rammed.

In Van Nest, a man indicted for robbing a jewelry store of $500,000 worth of merchandise back in June is still on the lam following a virtual court hearing in October.

In City Island, an off-duty cop brutally beat down his wife during a domestic dispute at their home.

In Bedford Park, a woman got onto an empty city bus and the driver drove to a secluded spot and then molested her.

In Concourse Village, a man got shot to death with a blast to in a hallway at his apartment building.

Also in Concourse Village, a man grabbed a woman from behind inside a deli as she was making a purchase and robbed 25 bucks off her.

In Norwood, a dead man’s decomposed body was found by trees on a golf course.

In Highbridge, a man shot another man in the groin to settle an argument on the street.

In Melrose, a livery cab driver crashed into a fire engine that was responding to an emergency call, injuring all passengers.

In Marble Hill, a 10-year-old boy was found alone in an apartment on fire on the 7th floor and rescued by the FDNY.

In Castle Hill, a dump truck toppled over and spilled a ton of asphalt on the Bruckner Expressway. Praise Jehovah that it wasn’t toxic lime green paint for bike lanes.

In Hunts Point, a fight club event in a warehouse attended by 200 people in violation of pandemic guidelines got raided by the cops. Two promoters and eight other people were arrested and two loaded guns were found on the premises .

Staten Island

In Clifton, a man in a white SUV shot at a group of men hanging out in front of an apartment building during a drive-by and a stray bullet hit a woman in the head while she was standing in the lobby with her daughter and a friend of hers. The woman died a week later after being taken off life support. Frustrated residents of the Park Hill Apartments has witnessed an uptick of violence, gatherings and loitering stemming from heavy drug dealing activity. 

In Tompkinsville, a man got stabbed to death behind the wheel of his minivan by a man he was smoking crack with who attacked him when he didn’t have 10 bucks to pay him for the drugs. The victim previously served time for killing a 16-year-old boy in a hit-and-run while fleeing assailants shooting at him and was scheduled for a court hearing from an arrest after he stabbed a man with screwdriver. He was permitted release from jail because of pandemic protocols.

In Arrochar, a man filming a rap video in a parking lot got disrupted by two men who rolled up in a car and shot him after confronting the rapper.

In Great Kills, a man broke into a bagel shop/deli by kicking through a wall of another store and robbed it of $30,000 as the rash of eatery burglaries continues in Shaolin.

In Port Richmond, two men broke into a man’s house and shot him while trying to steal his property.

In Rosebank, two men held up a cellphone store at gunpoint and robbed it of $800 and a worker’s wallet and necklace.

In New Brighton, two men were caught in possession of illegal guns and ammunition during two traffic stops.

Also in New Brighton, a man was found walking in the middle of the street in traffic with a loaded gun in his hand.

In Mariners Harbor, a man got pinched by the cops who found him behind his apartment building possessing an loaded gun.

Also in Mariners Harbor, a man got caught with a loaded gun in his car after cops pulled him over for running a red light.

In Donegan Hills, a man got critically injured when he got hit by car while crossing the street and got hit by an SUV driving alongside from the impact.

Also in Donegan Hills, a bagel shop owner got into a row with two cops who were hanging out by his store in their unmarked patrol car and were making disruptive noises and harassing him and his family. Then the cops threatened to arrest the man and their backup arrived and they all roughed him up and brought him to the precinct.

In Port Richmond, a woman got pushed down a flight of stairs by a man following an exchange of money and he decided to stiff her for 10 bucks.

Also in Port Richmond, a trend of home invasion burglaries are being committed by crooks feigning to be utility company repairmen targeting elderly residents.

Again in Port Richmond, a man who beat up another man with a metal pipe following an argument was found in possession of a makeshift shotgun and ammunition after cops arrested him for the assault.

And again in Port Richmond, a man held up a woman at gunpoint and robbed her purse on the sidewalk and broke her cellphone.

In St. George, a man walking home after picking up Chinese takeout got ambushed by three men and got smacked around and held up at knifepoint and robbed his food.

In Seaview, a man shot another man three times inside his apartment.

In Tompkinsville, a man got busted for drug dealing by undercover cops when a bag of smack fell from his pants pocket.

In Stapleton, a man easily stole a car left unattended and with the keys in the ignition while the owner was inside a deli.

A woman was found dead floating in the water by the Verazzano Bridge.

In New Dorp, a man got killed when he got hit by a bus crossing the street with a red light.

Also in In Grant City, a bar co-owner got arrested by NYC sheriffs for serving drinks and food without masks while holding a one man army protest against New York State’s pandemic protocols and COVID zone designations by declaring the property of his business as an “autonomous zone”.  After he got arrested, S.I. residents and a sect of the right-wing activist group the Proud Boys showed up with American and Blue Lives Matter flags to rally in solidarity behind the bar.

A few days after the night rally, the bar co-owner continued to defy the pandemic  guidelines and regulations. Then he got confronted by the NYC Sheriffs officers after he closed and ran away from them, got in his jeep and proceeded to run over one of the deputies and drove a few blocks with the cop on the hood. The leisure revolutionary wound up getting caught and arrested and immediately released on his own recognizance after charges for resisting arrest, reckless driving menacing and vehicular assault for intentionally injuring a police officer.

The contrasts between between the two protest demonstrations after election day and the public assembly for this hole in the wall bar in Staten Island and the response by authorities are blatantly and stunningly egregious. This mild-mannered maniac proprietor/bartender runs over a cop and gets released in a day while people marching on the streets in the Villages gets subjected to ultraviolence from the NYPD for even a an accidental nudge to an officer. Plus the fact that this bartender wouldn’t have got away with this unscathed or even still be alive if he was a Black or Latino bartender.

Then there are the hundreds of S.I. residents (and some visitors from nearby states) clustering on a street in solidarity for the bar while standing on top of sheriff patrol cars and the most Commissioner Shea sends are four or five cops to guard Mac’s door for a few hours. No choppers, no pepper spray, no bike cops, no MOVE BACK MOVE BACK.

Mayor de Blasio’s doesn’t even has an answer for this. More likely he thinks the revolution in Staten Island is going to fade away if he doesn’t mention it. Just like all that police brutality he continues to ignore. Just like the stealth mass gathering events arranged by the Satmar communities in Brooklyn. All these indications of contagion that are in his face (and everyone else’s) even while speakeasy raves and bottle parties are getting repressed throughout the boroughs.

Then the mayor has the audacity to chastise parents for being too cautious sending their kids back to school even though a lot of them can’t, like the mother running small her business on the brink of bankruptcy in the Bronx. Yet some kook bartender is running a revolution in plain sight while co-opting the antifa-like tactics of political movements that he the Blaz ideologically agrees with.

Something stinks to high hell about all of this. To be continued in the next episode in Impunity City.

Your city.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The New York City Lockdown Follies

Starring: The Punk Ass and The Dumb Ass

New Normal, New York

The recent announcement of the lockdown of the city schools and it’s undetermined re-opening coinciding with the marginal rise of coronavirus infections among the citizenry has led to a veritable collision of worlds involving our two executive officials of the state and city of New York, Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio; exposing again the depthless void of partnership  between the two men and their administrations and the back and forth deferring of accountability regarding the economic and societal impacts that are being disrupted by the pandemic.

Beginning with the megalomaniac tin horn autocrat in Albany.

Immediately after fielding the first question from reporter Jimmy Vikeland about imminent public school closings in New York City based on the ague vagaries of Cuomo’s color coated area datas where COVID-19 is mostly spread to reinforce restrictions, the governor’s eyes bulged and accused the intrepid reporter of speaking untoward him with an “obnoxious tone” which the insecure governor reciprocated  with his trademark condescending tone and proceeded to spew a fusillade of condescending retorts and juvenile mimicries to go along with his indignant accusations against Vikeland’s credibility. When another reporter got rightly offended with how he insulted Vikeland, Cuomo let him and his constituency know that he doesn’t give a shit what he thinks about the press’s questions regarding his pandemic policy.

Cuomo continued to respond to other reporters with self-righteous indignation and unadulterated hubris because they wouldn’t accept his gaslighting as gospel, considering that the luvguv knew that Mayor de Blasio was going to close the schools the very second that the 3% infection threshold was achieved. This outburst was a total 180 degree turn from the measured and more informed response about the closings that Cuomo said a few days earlier when he pointed out that if the infection rates were low in the schools compared to the test results from the general population, it wouldn’t justify the closures and he mused that schools could be a safer environment from contagion than being at home. Which makes Cuomo’s sudden adamant tantrum about the city shutting down the schools so full of shit because he has the power to shut down the schools which he did when the virus first took hold of the city.

Another thing which makes his freak out suspect is that he has ruled New York with a paternalistic iron fist since Albany gave him his unquestioned emergency executive powers back in March. But suddenly with the schools he has been doing his damnest to disassociate himself from them, preferring to let Mayor de Blasio handle them.  Plus Cuomo was actually told by de Blasio that he decided to shut down the schools before he held his press conference and subsequent tirade and blatantly misinforming the press of his knowledge.

The worst thing about this disgraceful display and his inner contempt towards the press that wasn’t executed by the exiting POTUS is that Cuomo is continuing to exploit the social distancing protocols against the press trying to make him accountable for his policy decisions (or in this case, his non-decision). The governor/biographer is fortunate he has to deal with professionals with limited access and time to be around him while the pandemic is having a resurgence. He may not be so lucky when the vaccines are approved and the six feet barricades and face mask rules get rescinded, because Cuomo is due for another verbal lashing…

As for the worst mayor of NYC and any other city in the last century, the way de Blaz condescends to the press inquiring about his COVID responses is comparably polite. Instead of yelling at reporters he meekly dismisses their questions with deflections and brazen lies. And because of the pandemic guidelines, he doesn’t even convey any effort when he gaslights them about his policies because he won’t let the press do their jobs in the same room with him and they can only access him and ask questions over the phone.

And the Blaz actually has valid reason to be standoffish, the list of how he royally fucked up the pandemic response would result in a scroll that would transverse the planet about 3 times (going with the 3% lockdown measure theme here). But regarding the schools, de Blasio, along with his comic relief DOE Commissioner Carranza, were screwing around for months planning the new school year to adjust for the pandemic.

His rollout of the remote learning program was and continues to be a disaster, especially for the poor and homeless children with the distribution of faulty computer pads forcing them to rely on the tiny screens of cellphones to learn. That’s if they even get reception for it, being that these lower area median income neighborhoods don’t have free wifi.

After a few weeks of delays, the schools have been open and the blended learning program seem to be working until the weather got chillier and positive cases began to rise. Predictably de Blasio waited till the last second to warn parents about shutting down the whole system as he did when he kept rescheduling opening the schools at the start. Even though most school buildings didn’t have enough ventilation to prevent the contagion and the cap to make partial opening work was set low at 3% even though CDC regs and Cuomo set it at 5%. plus the inevitability of cases rising again when the weather got colder and of stupid selfish people gathering maskless in clusters, which continued to happen across the city. Then the 3% threshold hit and the Blaz closed them down for an indeterminate amount of time with Cuomo’s hands off blessing, collectively pissing off parents and teachers after a little over a month of utter incompetent leadership and shoddy services.

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The interesting thing about the Blaz insistence to have kids return to schools for in person learning is that he made it an issue that he was the only mayor in the nation to attempt this. It still seems that he’s still obsessed with being some kind of national figure than governing the city he was elected to run. Twice. And the chaotic logistics behind the schools reopening and reclosing truly conveys a mission supervised by other interests and distractions.

And it definitely applies to Cuomo too with his pressers, because his belligerence with the NYC press is just a withdrawal symptom after getting months of fawning butt massaging praise and unconditional (and maladjusted) worship from the corporate news press (which includes his little brother), celebrities and social media for being an alleged alternative resource against COVID information coming from the Trump administration even though Cuomo refused to meet with Trump’s health commissioner 17 times when called for emergency meetings regarding the virus. So Cuomo had 17 chances to yell and make condescending snide insults at Trump and Health Secretary Azir about his expertise to their faces on handling the pandemic like he did to these reporters and chose not to. Pussy.

Even after that the senseless praise for Cuomo continued as he rejected vaccines that are almost ready because it was made possible from Trump’s warp speed initiative. Of course the worst aspect about Cuomo and his rock star status is that it translated into an autobiography he remarkably found time to write an autobiography of how he handled the virus that is still spreading and an International Emmy Award that was made up out of the blue.

It’s understandable why Cuomo and de Blasio are being so difficult and so vague governing this crisis, because it’s just a reaction how they initially fucked up against the novel coronavirus when they both dillydallied and were at loggerheads with shutting down the city in March and continued to be at loggerheads in the ensuing months. But now they are finally in sync (so it seems) with the new lockdown as the holidays approach.

Although it’s imperative to implement these lock downs and restrictions now because of the rapid rise of covid infections, the governor and the mayor’s horrendous lack of correspondence and cohesion and their proclivity for gaslighting about their policies  and data while dismissing accountability for them has manifested a universal reaction of no confidence and universal contempt and ridicule from the citizens of New York City, who all really have no choice but to deal with these regulations and these two incompetent and insufferable megalomaniacs and deal with their shitshow follies.

Remotely of course.

de Blasio’s Citywide Administration Services Allowed Contractors To Swindle The City By Sending The Wrong Face Masks During The Start Of Pandemic

William Wilhelm de Blasio, the mayor of New York City (your city) seemingly proves once again how disconnected he is from the agencies that are under his auspice and the money that flows like a water out of a firehose from them even during a pandemic and an induced economic crisis.

THE CITY

 Last spring, frontline medical workers scrambled in vain to find proper surgical masks as the coronavirus swept through hospitals across the city.

Doctors, nurses and medical technicians were forced to reuse the same mask over and over — a dangerously ineffective method to stem infection from a virus that’s now taken the lives of more than 24,000 New Yorkers.

City officials jumped into action, signing more than $1 billion in emergency no-bid contracts with seemingly anybody who claimed they could produce high-quality masks and other crucial COVID gear — including ventilators.

Among them: Genuine Parts Company, an Atlanta-based firm that specializes in auto parts. The Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS), which handles most of City Hall’s purchases, had bought parts for city vehicles from Genuine in the past.

An auto parts company from Atlanta?? Why?  And for what kind of city vehicles? Being that de Blasio’s DCAS felt that they can entrust them to deliver PPE’s to the virus frontline workers…

Go on…

According to internal records obtained by THE CITY, DCAS paid $348,000 for what was described by Genuine as 300,000 “non-Latex surgical masks” that were marked as “received” by the city on April 7. That was at the peak of the virus’ spread in New York City, when the seven-day average for daily hospitalizations hit 1,642, compared to this week’s 52.

 But records show that when DCAS’ Bureau of Quality Assurance inspected the delivered goods, workers discovered not surgical masks but “disposable single-use non-surgical mask/dust mask/Not FDA approved.”

The items were nevertheless deemed “accepted due to public necessity.” DCAS paid full price and placed subsequent orders for more masks from the car parts dealer, records show. DCAS then “redirected” the masks — useless in emergency rooms — elsewhere for non-medical use.

The Genuine mask purchase is part of a disturbing pattern uncovered during an investigation by THE CITY of DCAS’ pandemic-spurred emergency buying spree.

During some of the most dire weeks of the crisis, THE CITY found, the agency lost track of key equipment from masks to ventilators — driving an exasperated DCAS official to declare in one early May meeting: “Stop this s—t! Stop this s—t! Fix the problem!”

 And guess who also was involved in this honest incompetence graft? The Blaz’s art dealer buddy Charlie Trebele, the city’s COVID “essential” “first responder”  Contractor Gadget .

A similar scenario unfolded with another vendor, Digital Gadgets, an electronics firm whose CEO, Charlie Tebele, along with family members, has been a frequent donor to de Blasio’s various political campaigns.

In late March, DCAS awarded $19 million in no-bid contracts to Digital for high quality N95 masks and lower quality KN95 masks. That included an $8 million contract for what the firm promised would be two million “surgical grade N95s,” according to internal DCAS documents. 

19? How droll to match the estimate with the disease. Contractor Gadget also gave the same digits backwards and higher.

 The company also won a $91 million contract to provide DCAS with ventilators that was later cancelled because, Benson told THE CITY, the agency “decided to order a different ventilator model.”

Digital Gadgets — which previously supplied hoverboards to QVC — did deliver masks. But DCAS records reveal that the agency’s Bureau of Quality Assurance discovered the masks Digital delivered were not “surgical grade N95s” as promised and had not been approved by either the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

So the corporations the city depended on to ship face masks and ventilators depended on a company not even from New York that already was contracted for auto supplies to city service vehicles and a company that makes toys for tech bobos. And both of those PPE’s were cheap knockoffs. Sure sounds like these companies grifted the city real good with the expenses they saved by skimping on the products at the expense of doctors, nurses, nursing home aides and tens of thousands of lives in New York City during the worse and most deadly time in the first few months of the pandemic.

GPC is a big national corporation, but Contractor Gadget Charlie’s company basically sells crap that’s mostly seen on T.V.. He’s also benefited quite nicely from his investments aka donations to de Blasio’s mayoral and farcical presidential campaign and the corrupted yet legal 501 c 4 PAC fund run by the mayor in City Hall, the Campaign For One New York; not only with a a government appointed seat on the COVID economic recovery task force collective gifted by the Blaz, Chuckles also was able to pay the mortgage to his Upper East Side townhouse with the emergency funding gifted to his company for his imitation PPE provisions to the city’s hospitals and nursing homes. Pretty sweet for a company that had a failing grade from the Better Business Bureau at the time (and present time).

 
This has drawn the ire of City Comptroller and mayoral candidate Scott Stringer who has been trying to get information about these tainted contracts for months, but his signifying nothing fury is laughable because he allowed the Blaz to authorize executive power over the city’s pandemic response which included total control over these contracts and their fiscal costs, which rendered his duties to monitor these checks and balances null and void and made his position as an elected official useless and neutered. 
 
de Blasio’s an idiot savant. He may not know shit about preparing for a crisis and evidently leading a city during one, but his brain cells get energized the second an opportunity comes up to make sure anyone who gave him money immediately gets a cherry contract with the city.
 
Despicable Bastard
 
 
 

New Bad Days 78: Shootings Continue To Escalate At NYCHA Buildings; Protests Are Getting More Aggressive By Demonstrators, Boosters And The NYPD With Clashes In Bed-Stuy And In Times Square, A Squad Of Black Bloc Bikers Tag The Entire Front Of A Townhouse, And Collusion By The NYPD And Trump Supporters To Entrap Protesters And Reporters; A Man Dumps His Dead Pregnant Girlfriend On The Highway And A Woman Throws Her New Born Baby Out The Window; Staten Island Eateries Get Hit In A Stream Of Burglaries; EBike Robberies Rise; Random Assaults, Drive-By Shootings And Stray Bullets Continue To Inflict Pain And Kill Without Warning

As the NYPD are busy trying to monitor protests that are getting more chaotic with polarizing assemblies of people from the left and the right, shootings continue to escalate on the streets of New York in an increase of 96% compared to last year with a 37% increase of casualties. The stats are more pronounced on the city’s public housing complexes with a 41% rise in homicides on the grounds and inside of the buildings.

Crime in the subway has held steady even though ridership has plummeted and has not rebounded despite having the lowest percentage of COVID-19 cases compared to other states in the USA. Although the subway train window smasher is still on the loose and is still smashing windows in defiance of the MTA’s $12,500 reward and the continued lack of presence of NYPD patrolling the stations.

Manhattan

In Harlem at the 125th St. Station, eight boys and girls were loitering by the turnstiles and obstructed a man from entering and then one of the girls pushed him from behind and feigned that she was shoved by him, which led her boyfriend to punch the man multiple times and continued his attack while the victim was on the ground and wound up with a broken collarbone, which caused him to prevent him from playing piano for months as a world-renowned jazz musician.

Also in Harlem, a man shot another man in the ankle on a street corner.

Again in Harlem, federal agents from Immigration Customs Enforcement impersonated NYPD officers to detain a man who has been living in New York City for 30 years and recently recovered from COVID19.

And again in Harlem, a man got shot in the leg on a street corner.

And again in Harlem, a man got nicked by a bullet on his arm in front of a building.

And again in Harlem, a man died a few days after he got beat down on the street.

And again in Harlem, a man bolted free from police custody by shoving a cop down while being transferred from a hospital to the station house

And again in Harlem, two hardheaded thugs engaged in a shootout on the street and stray bullets from their fusillade and hit a man in the arm and his daughter in the leg while they were out trick or treating along with her sister. A woman also got hit in the arm. The man had to lose days of work because of his injury caused by senseless and rampant gun violence.

And again in Harlem, a woman was stabbed to death inside her apartment.

And again in Harlem, a man got hit by a stray bullet when a man tried to shoot another man he was arguing with in front of a church.

And again in Harlem, a man trick or treating with his daughters on Halloween were caught in the crossfire of two men shooting at each other and he got hit in the arm and his daughter got hit in the arm by stray bullets. A woman bystander also got hit in the arm during the shootout. The father had to take off from a job he was about to start.

And again in Harlem, a man was approached by a woman on the sidewalk and she seduced him in arranging a date with him. Then when the man met her by nearby building, he got jumped by two men who beat him down to the concrete and stole his wallet and cellphone while the harpy laughed at the mark’s misfortune.

And again in Harlem, an 18-year-old man killed himself when a gun he and his friends were fucking around with shot a round into his head in his apartment.

In East Harlem, a man was shot twice on the street in broad daylight.

Also in East Harlem, a man shot at another man twice hitting him in the legs.

Again in East Harlem, a man wanted for violating a restraining order locked himself inside an apartment and set it on fire, causing injuries to seven residents and two cops.

In Washington Heights, a man decided to lay down on the Henry Hudson Parkway and got killed when a car ran over him and kept going.

In Inwood, a man shot another man to death following an argument over a drug deal at an apartment building courtyard.

Also in Inwood, a man chased another man down the street and shot him down in cold blood by shooting him 15 times with 7 bullets hitting his victim a day after he threatened to kill him after getting beat down by him.

Again in Inwood, a man shot another man in the leg after arguing with him on the street.

In the Upper West Side at the 96th St. Station, a man grabbed a woman’s ass on the  platform and apologized for doing it.

Also in the Upper West Side, a man got assaulted and robbed of his cellphone by three men after he had a dispute with them by an early voting polling site. The three goons were marching in a demonstration along with other social justice and environmental concern groups.

In Midtown, a man was stabbed in front of the Plaza Hotel.

Also in Midtown, two men robbed cufflinks worth 15 grand from a jewelry store when they feigned to be customers and tricked a worker to get some items to look at and they reached behind the counter and robbed the jewels and ran out the door.

Again in Midtown at the 7th Ave. Station, a man stalked a woman as she was going up the stairs and pull her skirt up and took a picture with his celly.

And again in Midtown at the 51st St. Station, a man grabbed a woman’s ass and then called her fat on the platform.

And again in Midtown, the Black Lives Matter street mural in front  of Trump Tower got defaced again by a big black truck that spilled gallons of tar from 57th st. to 56th st. while traffic was still busy. Pretty sure that mess is still there because the D.O.T. is going to have to chop up the street to get that shit off. You lost de Blaso, the city can’t afford to fix your vanity concern troll statement anymore.

And again in Midtown a few blocks north of Trump Tower, a group of protesters assembled on 5th Avenue to yell curses and throw eggs and rocks at a motorcade of cars in support for the President and his re-election as some tried to grab their giant flags as they passed. When Mayor Rudy Giuliani rolled up riding shotgun in a car passing the protesters, he was subjected to middle fingers and other Bronx cheers and vulgarities.

Again in Midtown, a pro b-ball rookie beat up a woman inside an apartment at a luxury building.

And again in Midtown, a crane set up at the top of behemoth luxury tower on Billionaire Row on 57th St. started rotating swiftly in the wind like a music box ballerina and knocked off two 8-foot metal slats that crashed to the street below. The Department of Buildings issued a stop work order to the developers after deeming the incident with the default word of feigned outrage “unacceptable”.

And again in Midtown, a man being treated by EMT’s after overdosing on the sidewalk suddenly awoken and attacked on of them as they were putting him in the ambulance.

And again in Midtown, a man committed suicide by jumping from the 10th floor of the new JP Morgan building.

In Times Square, a man randomly pushed a woman onto the train tracks on the N/Q/R platform. The loon got caught by the cops while smoking a cigarette at a train station in the Bronx and had a peculiar habit of breaking into people’s cars just to sit in them and play music.

Also in Times Square, protesters assembled on the street to catch the Trump support motorcade and after paint was thrown at and flags were being ripped from the vehicles, some Trump boosters stepped out and confronted them and a clash ensued between the polarized groups with the NYPD in the middle of the fracas as men and woman brawled with each other.

In Soho, brazen looting of high end products from designer fashion stores is still happening daily in the last 5 months with robberies happening in broad daylight as they rush into the store and grab all the expensive shit they can and then hop in a luxury car awaiting them outside. As the crooks get away with tens of thousands of dollars worth of merchandise, Store management and burly security guards let them rush out with the goods with impunity because they don’t want to be called racist and get excoriated on social media.

In Noho, a cop chased a man that shoplifted a pair of shades from a sunglasses store. The thief resisted arrest and cut the cops hand causing him to get 60 stitches and the backup that showed up to assist the Lieutenant in the collar was about the same amount.

In Tribeca, a man approached another man on the sidewalk and slashed him in the arm and stabbed his torso.

Also in Tribeca, at the Chambers St. Station, a man got stabbed twice when he tried to break up a fight between two men on the 1 train. The brawlers then bailed out of the station together.

Again in Tribeca, a man tagged an office building with anti-cop agitprop graffiti where a police union is a tenant there.

In the Financial District, a man murdered his wife in cold blood on the sidewalk then shot and killed himself in front of a luxury hotel when he found out she was cheating on him.

Also in the Financial District at the Wall St. Station, a dead body was found torched and decomposed inside a tunnel.

In Hell’s Kitchen, a 13-year-old boy committed suicide by jumping off his terrace at his apartment on the 20th floor of a luxury building.

Also in Hell’s Kitchen, a man tried to access the NYPD stables by pretending to be an inspector named “Tates”, but couldn’t pull off the ruse and dashed into a Mercedes and sped off after smashing into a parked car.

Again in Hell’s Kitchen, a rise of homeless encampments and heroin abuse and drug dealing under scaffolding continues to accelerate in the area.

And again in Hell’s Kitchen, a man randomly walloped a 78-year-old man with a BBQ grill brush who was only a few steps away from his residential building.

In Chelsea, a man ambushed another man as he was coming out of his car and pummeled and strangled him after shouting xenophobic slurs at him.

Also in Chelsea, The Guardian Angels arrived to the neighborhood to monitor the streets to prevent crime and violence.

Again in Chelsea, a man got shot on a street corner. No sign of the Angels were around at the time.

And again in Chelsea, a man and a teenage boy got shot in front of the entrance of the grounds of public housing buildings.

And again in Chelsea, a group of activists assembled on the street awaiting for a pro-Trump caravan of flag waving vehicles to show up were suddenly swarmed by cops when an order to get on the sidewalk by an audio message wasn’t obeyed fast enough by the protesters.

Eleven people got arrested including two people who were obviously journalists but weren’t considered to be by de Blasio’s NYPD because they weren’t “NYPD credentialed”

While the armored and battle ready cops were engaging in one-sided combat with a comparably small crowd that was dispersing from the area, hundreds of people participating in a four-borough convoy ride dubbed the MAGAdrag were driving around with their license plates taped over and standing still and obstructing traffic on the Whitestone Bridge while waving flags mimicking old glory and for Trump’s re-election. When a woman tried to get photos of some of these violators obscuring their license plates in Belle Harbor, a cop stood thisclose facing her to obstruct her focus.

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The MAGAdrag never set one tire track in Manhattan nor where there any reports of citations being issued for the obscured plates and standing on the bridges. According to a Trump booster member of the Proud Boys, the NYPD reached out to them and told them not to drive into the city because there wasn’t enough personnel to handle them and the described Antifa/BLM crowd simultaneously and then the MAGAdrag altered their route the moment they got that bulletin. Sure looks like de Blasio’s NYPD colluded with MAGAdrag so they can oppress and incarcerated a group of people that disagree with them along with the collateral suppression of journalists that were documenting the actions of the militarized cops.

In Greenwich Village, a man attacked another man with a knife because he was wearing a hat supporting President Trump.

Also in Greenwich Village at the West 4th St. Station,  a man attacked another man on the D train and wailed on him with punches and bit a friend of his who tried to stop the goon. Then a woman intervened and whacked the two men with an umbrella and ran away with the perp.

In the West Village, a man stopped a woman in her tracks while she was walking on the sidewalk, pushed her to the concrete then told her he was just released from jail and was armed. Then he sexually molested her and ran away.

Also in the West Village at the 14th St. Station, a man got shot in the neck by a transgender woman on parole after serving time for two homicides when she caught him taking a piss on the platform.

In the East Village, a man was shot to death by a 15-year-old boy on a street corner at point black range when he approached him with his two pals. The three  made sure to sanitize their hands before the gang-related killing.

In Chinatown, a man loitering with three friends in front of an apartment building and decided to take a whiz on it. Then a resident caught him, went outside and attacked the urinator with a sword and slashed him in the chest and his arm after the pisser and his friends called him racial slurs.

In the Lower East Side, hungry homeless people are digging through garbage bags left by restaurants that have been sitting on the curbs for days because of City Council’s austerity budget cuts to the Sanitation Department.

Also in the Lower East Side, a woman was mugged by a man for 20 bucks by the affordable poor door entrance of the 80% affordable luxury tower apartment building by the Manhattan Bridge. The lobby meant for the lower income residents lacks security and has seen homeless people squatting in there and consistent theft of delivery packages.

Again in the Lower East Side, a man hit a moped rider with his SUV while driving drunk.

And again in the Lower East Side, a ceiling collapsed and a rat skeleton fell along with the debris inside a tenant’s apartment at a decrepit public housing building for deaf people.

And again in the Lower East Side, a woman punched an app hail driver in the face.

In the Upper East Side, a man shoplifted bottles of the same brand of body wash from the same chain pharmacy store three times in five days.

Also in the Upper East Side, a high priced lawyer had his townhouse vandalized with the keyhole of his door glued and with agitprop graffiti referencing his representing an Upper West Side community group who are demanding that a hotel stop housing homeless people that they blame for an uptick in vagrancy and drug abuse and dealing on the area’s streets.

Again in the Upper East Side, two men stole a taxi that was left standing by the cab driver with the keys still in the ignition on the Upper West Side and crashed into a row of parked cars following a pursuit by the cops.

And again in the Upper East Side at the 96th St. Station, a man grabbed a woman’s ass while he followed her up the stairs.

And again in the Upper East Side, a man got killed by an SUV driver in a hit and run while he was riding his ebike delivering pizzas. The driver abandoned the vehicle a block away from the carnage.

A man committed suicide by jumping off the George Washington Bridge.

With cycling becoming a popular choice for commuting as an alternative to mass transit, along with the dependence of food-app take out deliveries for sustenance; bicycle theft has rose in the last seven months since the pandemic hit NYC. Especially against the food-app contractors; who have to work for two companies just to barely earn a living wage and have to risk their lives just to keep their ebikes, which retail for about $2,000.

Brooklyn

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In Bushwick, a 20-year-old man got killed by a stray bullet while he was hanging out with his friends on a stoop at an apartment building he was renting an Airbnb with them when some man emptied his clip on a street corner nearby. They decided to dwell in that area because they thought it was safe and were planning to produce skateboarding videos in the city. How’s that nearby bar ” The Bad Old Days” doing?

Also in Bushwick at the Dekalb Ave. Station, big bubble graffiti is splayed all over the walls at the platform. Just like in the bad old days.

Again in Bushwick, two men got shot and another man got stabbed during a street fight with three other men on a street corner.

In Bed-Stuy, a woman was being followed by a group of cops and then they surrounded her by a tree and one of them smacked her cellphone out of her hand and arrested her for filming the escalation against her. Then they took her to 75th Pct., where a large gathering of people showed up to protest against her and other people who got arrested that were assembling at a nearby park. A woman got kicked out of the precinct when she tried to get information about her friend who got detained. As the crowd of protesters got restless, the cops shielded themselves with steel barricades at the front of their station house. Then de Blasio’s and Shea’s NYPD knocked their barricades down and charged at the group and pepper sprayed and arrested an 18-year-old man who they accused of attacking them with the barricade they pushed and two other people during the clash they induced. They kept them and the woman they renditioned on the sidewalk from earlier for more than 30 hours.

They kept them and the woman they renditioned on the sidewalk from earlier for more than 30 hours.

Again in Bed-Stuy, a man got shot in the arm twice on the street.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man got shot in the stomach on the street during a dispute with the gunman.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man got shot to death in front on an apartment building.

And again in Bed-Stuy at the Norstrom Ave. Station, a 15-year-old got accosted by a man who started off with small talk and then decided to slap his ass a few times.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man killed another man in cold blood after he chased him down the streets while shooting at him and then into a bodega where he shot him multiple times and blasted him twice in the chest.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a 16-year-old boy got shot to death on the grounds of the Kingsborough Houses

In Brownsville, a man shot two men during a street fight on the corner of two avenues.

Also in Brownsville, a man was shot in the leg during a drive-by when he got hit by someone firing from a black car.

Again in Brownsville, an SUV driver plowed into a dirtbike rider in a hit and run and he and his passenger abandoned the vehicle and ran away.

And again in Brownsville, a man got shot to death from 3 bullets underneath the elevated train tracks by a school in a gang related hit.

And again in Brownsville, a man got shot in the back after having an argument with the gunman.

And again in Brownsville, a man was murdered from a shot to the head in the lobby of a building where he lived one day before his birthday.

In Canarsie, a man was shot in the ankle on the sidewalk in a drive-by.

Also in Canarsie, a man was shot in the knee in a drive-by near a street corner.

Again in Canarsie, a man hit the gas during a traffic stop when cops caught him running lights and then led them on a high speed chase as he ran more red lights and drove the wrong way on the streets so he wouldn’t get caught with a revoked driver’s license.

In Cypress Hills, a fire that engulfed a building exposed a marijuana cultivation operation inside. Neighbors said the building has smelled like skunk weed for a decade and the NYPD never bothered to investigate.

Also in Cypress Hills, a teenage man stabbed a 15-year-old boy three times as he while trying to steal his and his friends cellphones and ran away.

Again in Cypress Hills, an argument between two men over a parking space escalated when one of the men took out a gun and tried to shoot his foe but missed and grazed his wife in the head instead and then ran into his house and hid in the basement. Then the cops showed up with a robot dog to track him down. Although it’s not known if it was useful or even necessary in the arrest since there were already about a half dozen patrol cars plus 50 cops on the block that showed up and two cops brought a German Shepard to detain the suspect anyway.

And again in Cypress Hills, a man who works as a custodian for the NYC A.C.S got into a dispute with two off-duty transit cops who told them he couldn’t park his car in their lot and then got into a street fight with them.

In East New York, an 18-year-old man got shot to death inside of a deli.

Also in East New York, a woman got hit in the ear with a stray bullet that came from a street fight between two gangs nearby while she was celebrating her fiance’s birthday with her family and friends in front of their house.

In Flatbush, a homeless man got stabbed to death in front of a laundromat following an argument that escalated into a brawl with his killer.

Also in Flatbush, a homeless man slashed a man and a woman with a boxcutter at a restaurant they run.

Again in Flatbush, a cop sitting in a patrol car while parked in a crosswalk used his intercom speaker to make endorsements for the President of the United States while on duty with two other cops standing beside his vehicle while on duty. When a citizen confronted the cop about his discrepancy while in uniform, the cop made another endorsement over the intercom just to be a spiteful punk. The dummy got suspended for his conduct.

And again in  Flatbush, two teenage boys were shot on the sidewalk during a hold up robbery in broad daylight. One of them wound up dying from a blast to the face and the other got wounded from getting hit in the arm. The killer is still on the loose.

In East Flatbush, a man got shot in the hand while he was driving his car that came from another car passing by him.

Also in East Flatbush, a man and two teenage boys were shot at and hit during a drive by.

Again in East Flatbush, an argument between two men escalated when the man shot the another man in the wrist while he was sitting in his car.

In Park Slope, a man crashed his car into another vehicle by Barclays Center, leading to a heated dispute between him and the other driver. When the driver got in his car to bail from the accident, the guy who got rammed pursued him and then one of the men in the other car shot at him and a stray bullet wound up killing a man who was standing on the sidewalk waiting for the light to change.

Also in Park Slope, a house own by Mayor de Blasio was hit by right wing pranksters who left signs endorsing Rep. Ocasio-Cortez’s opponent and saying All Lives Matter on the entrance. Although the mayor doesn’t live there, surely The Blaz would find such chosen political vandalism “unacceptable”.

Again in Park Slope, a man that was trying to get a cop’s attention about a car parked on the shoulder 100 feet from a polling station got confronted by a man and his son who said they weren’t breaking any laws. Then the father verbally lashed at the man while accusing him of having a pussy and then hid behind the cops when he threatened to hospitalize him.

And again in Park Slope, a man got shot twice after having an argument with another man inside an apartment building.

In Fort Greene, a woman driving in her car was rear-ended by another vehicle and then got punched in the face and her purse robbed by the man who drove into her.

Also in Fort Greene, a man robbed a wallet from another man when he stuck a knife up at him.

Again in Fort Greene, a man stabbed his relative in the hand during an argument by Monument Park.

And again in Fort Greene at the Atlantic Ave. Station, a gang of five men held up a man at gunpoint and robbed his backpack on the platform.

And again in Fort Greene, a man cracked a bottle over the head of a 78-year-old man on the street.

In Williamsburg, a wild party clustered with revelers inside an apartment descended into a brawl leading to 7 men and 3 women getting cuffed when the cops raided the place.

Also in Williamsburg, a man wound up in a coma after test riding an ebike that was being promoted by a startup company. He fell off when the fender that was poorly installed got caught on the back wheel. Ebikes are motorcyles, you dumb ass makers and innovators.

Again in Williamsburg, NYC sheriffs raided a warehouse throwing a rave that was clustered with 400 people as COVID-19 cases across the city continue to rise again while dozens of other crowded events have occurred in other warehouse and commercial spaces in the area in the past month, making Williamsburg the new COVIDIOT capital of the five boroughs.

And again in Williamsburg, a woman got shot in the ankle when she and her boyfriend got held up at gunpoint by two men after she tried to slap the gun out of the mugger’s hand.

And again in Williamsburg, a bunch of people staged a phony street fight wrestling match in some woman’s backyard who just happens to work in marketing for sports entertainment.

In East Williamsburg, a man walked up to a parked car and and shot a man in the face at point blank range who was sitting in the front passenger seat and kept shooting him as he stumbled out of the car. The victim walked towards and collapsed by a laundromat and died.

In Coney Island at the Stillwell Ave. Station, a woman was found dead on the D train face down lying on the floor with footprints on her back.

Also in Coney Island, a woman that jumped into a lions den and danced in front of while converses with a disinterested lion at the Bronx Zoo tried to jump into the Atlantic Ocean from the Steeple Chase pier.

In Sunset Park, two men held up a jewelry store at gunpoint and robbed trays of watches and necklaces worth $40,000.

In Crown Heights, a man got shot in broad daylight and the bullet knicked his head.

Also in Crown Heights, a man slashed a security guard who caught him shoplifting.

Again in Crown Heights, a 16-year-old boy got shot to death on the grounds of the Kingsborough Houses.

In Clinton Hill, a woman confronted her ex-boyfriends girlfriend and smacked her in the face with car keys.

Also in Clinton Hill at the Clinton-Washington Ave. Station, a man commuting with his grandparents got livid at a man who was smoking a joint on the platform and demanded he put it out and then the stoner attacked him and his grandfather and punched them multiple times and then pushed the man’s 73-year-old grandmother onto the trackbed.

Again in Clinton Hill, a 72-year-old woman got hit by a driver in a van lugging a rack of Citibikes making a turn and not yielding to her as she was still crossing the street.

And again in Clinton Hill, a city inspector for the D.O.B. had his car broken into and was robbed of his cellphone and laptop

In Brooklyn Heights, a man and a woman beat down a man on the street in the early evening and robbed his carry-all bag.

Also in Brooklyn Heights, a man walked into a post office and held up a clerk at gunpoint and robbed a cellphone and wallet.

Again in Brooklyn Heights, a goon clobbered a 65-year-old man with a baseball bat on the sidewalk.

And again in Brooklyn Heights and Fort Greene and also in the Upper West Side in Manhattan, burglars are robbing deliveries from Amazon inside apartment building lobbies and leaning against the residents doors by ripping open the packages and boxes and taking the merchandise inside and leaving the detritus behind.

In DUMBO, a man found his car window smashed and items stolen from his vehicle.

In Downtown Brooklyn, a man robbed $1,700 worth of vacuum cleaners from a department store.

Also in Downtown Brooklyn, a Ulock was found on the front door handles and anti-landlord messaging was tagged on the Housing Court building.

Again in Downtown Brooklyn, two men ganged up on an elderly woman and stole her backpack.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, a gang of crooks brazenly ripped off 19 coats from a shopping mall and got away after one of them stuck a screwdriver at a worker’s face.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, hundreds of people assembled on the streets to protest against a shooting of a Black Man by Philadelphia cops when he charged at them with a knife and proceeded to spray graffiti and break windows of banks and chain and small businesses, vandalized NYPD vehicles and a statue of Columbus, jumped on residents cars, and lit garbage cans, garbage left on the curbs and flags on fire along their trail.

During the senseless mayhem posing as a demonstration, cops surrounded a black car with tinted windows on the street and smashed the windows when the driver ignored orders to stop and then sped off.

It turned out the driver and the car’s passenger were there for the impromptu protests.

Thirty people wound up getting arrested for this stupid bullshit. The family of the man who perished from the shooting doesn’t want the cops prosecuted for murder. And when The Blaz is correct about these idiots weaponizing the BLM movement just to wreck shit for the sake of wrecking shit you know you fucked up, even though he only swiftly responded to this incident because it happened in his upscale high market rate rent neighborhood.

In Bay Ridge, a man attacked and sexually assaulted an 85-year-old woman inside a laundry room in an apartment building, then ran to a nearby park and stalked a woman who reported the deviant to the cops and initially didn’t take her seriously until they found out who he was through video surveillance from the laundry room camera.

In Sheepshead Bay, two men broke into a house through the door on a balcony and held up a boy at gunpoint who was home alone and robbed over $85,000 of jewelry and cash.

Also in Sheepshead Bay, a man walked up to a 12-year-old boy sitting on a curb on a street corner and knocked him down with one punch.

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In Bensonhurst, a man punched another man in the face after snatching his envelope containing over $250

Also in Bensonhurst, a man robbed a pharmacy of over 60 bucks worth of soap.

Again in Bensonhurst, a man got knocked out cold after a thief clocked him when he and an accomplice were stealing a phone from his car.

And again in Bensonhurst, a man got shot twice in the leg during a hold up when he wouldn’t give anything to the mugger.

And again in Bensonhurst, two men died of carbon monoxide poisoning inside their SRO apartments.

In Bath Beach, a man punched another man in the stomach and robbed his cellphone and got grabbed by the cops around the corner

Also in Bath Beach, a thief smashed a glass display case at a jewelry store and robbed over 35 grand worth of jewelry.

In Brighton Beach,  a man sneaked up behind a man and sucker punched him in the face on the street.

In Carrol Gardens, a man got shot in the back in a flurry of gunfire on the sidewalk.

In Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, a car jumped a curb and three men popped out strapped with guns and fired at a group of people hanging out on the sidewalk, killing a man and wounding four other men and a woman in a gang related attack.

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Also in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, a man hit the gas after he got pulled over by cops and smashed up a patrol vehicle, running lights and going the wrong way on streets to avoid getting arrested without a drivers license and wound up crashing into parked cars in East Flatbush.

In Weeksville, a man got shot in the torso by an intersection.

In Stuyvesant Heights, a man and a woman were both shot twice on the street.

Also in Stuyvesant Heights, a man got shot to death inside an apartment building where he lived.

In Boerum Hill, a man got shot in the ankle in front of an apartment building.

In Flatlands, a man got shot in the chest on the street and took an app hail livery car he meant to use for an errand to the hospital where he died from his wound.

In Mapleton, a man tagged a juice bar with profane and xenophobic graffiti.

In Borough Park, a rabbi with coronavirus held a religious prayer service clustered with hundreds of people inside a synagogue

Also in Borough Park, hundreds of men assembled in front of an apartment where a journalist lived and yelled menacing threats at him and made an infernal racket while obstructing the street for hours as cops guarded the entrance from the mob when they were making aggressive moves to access the building. The journalist was targeted by self-anointed leader of the Ultra-orthodox community who had him pinned against a building a few nights before . An ally of the leader doxxed the journalist by sending out his address on a encrypted text message after their leader got arrested.

Bronx

In Highbridge at the Yankee Stadium/161 St. Station, a man got into an argument with a man breakdancing on the 6 train during showtime then the dancer smacked him in the head with his bluetooth speaker and knocked the commuter out cold.

Also in Highbridge, five man got hit by gunfire during a shootout with three other men at a parking lot.

Again in Highbridge, a man got shot to death in front of his house in a drive by as the killer kept blasting him as the victim was trying to run away.

In Soundview, a man walked up to car and shot a man in the jaw and arm while he was  sitting in the drivers seat while double parked on the street.

Also in Soundview, two 18-year-old men got shot and hit on the grounds of the St. Mary Houses.

In Norwood, a drunk man having an argument with two men on the street escalated when he walloped one of them and then killed the other man who tried to defend his friend by stabbing him in the chest.

In Claremont Village,a man got shot 5 times as he was walking on the street, getting hit in the back, chest, hand and leg but wouldn’t rat on the gunman.

Also in Claremont Village, a man ran towards and shot two men while they were hanging out in front of an apartment building.

In Tremont, a man got shot in the stomach following an argument with a man inside a apartment building lobby.

In Crotona Park East, a man was shot in front of townhouse building and bled to death in the lobby.

In Mott Haven, a man got shot in the neck while he was driving down the street.

Also in Mott Haven, a man got into a fight with another man at a bus stop when he accused him of looking at his wife, and then he repeatedly stabbed him when the dispute continued on the bus.

In Melrose, a man was shot in the stomach on the street a half an hour before sundown.

Also in Melrose, a man was shot to death on a street corner after a fight over a woman with his killer.

Again in Melrose, a man got shot in the leg inside an apartment building.

And again in Melrose, a man got mobbed by a gang of men and then got chased and shot to death on the street while he was on the phone with his mother.

In Fordham Manor,a man got stabbed by his girlfriend during a domestic dispute . The woman dragged him outside of the building and he collapsed on the sidewalk and bled to death and pleaded with cops that she killed him in self defense.

Also in Fordham Manor, a 19-year-old woman got shot to death at an illegal social club only a few months after she got shot on the sidewalk while hanging out with a group of people. Two men also got shot at the club and survived. The killer got caught by the cops at JFK trying to leave the country.

In Fordham Heights, two men got shot on a street corner.

Also in Fordham Heights, a man ran up towards a couple walking on the sidewalk and stuck a gun at the man’s back and stole his backpack. Then a car pulled up and he jumped into it.

Again in Fordham Heights, a man and his mom and dad ganged up on another man and hit him with a cane and wooden planks while the victim managed to bite off one of their ears while trying to retrieve his cellphone.

In Fordham Manor, a man got shot to death after an argument with the killer on a street corner.

In Mount Eden, an argument between a couple and a man inside a bodega escalated when the store clerk pulled out a gun and cornered him in the aisle and shot him in the chest because he thought he was shoplifting.

Also in Mount Eden, a man stabbed a woman to death in the hallway of an apartment building where she was living at with her father and ran out into the streets.

In Longwood, a man got into a car chase with cops in pursuit and then crashed it, then jumped out and fled while shooting at the cops as they were chasing him.

In Morrisania, a man shot another man three times on the street following an argument with him.

Also in Morrisania, two men were shot and got hit in the face and the other in the jaw, and another man who wasn’t targeted got shot in the hand in a drive by.

Again in Morrisania, a man who got kicked out a supermarket after getting caught shoplifting returned to challenge the manager while wielding a shotgun.

And again in Morrisania, three men standing in front of a public housing building got sprayed with bullets fired from a man in a van that rolled up by them in a drive by.

In Williamsbridge, cops responding to a domestic disturbance at an apartment building shot at a man when he ran out the door while armed with a BB gun and onto the streets. Then the perp shot at cops while being pursued and ran into a bodega where the cops tazed him and cuffed him.

In Charlotte Gardens, a man was shot to death inside a house.

In Concourse Village, a man robbed a scooter that was left in a parking lot.

In Sugar Hill, a 60-year-old man got shot in the leg on a street corner.

At the Gun Hill Houses, a man in a swell mood entered an apartment building then got off the elevator and confronted a man and engaged in an argument with him and then shot him in the stomach.

Also at the Gun Hill Houses, three shots hit a 15-year-old boy and 18-year-old man in front of an apartment building.

In Bedford Park, a man got stabbed to death in front of a pizzeria.

In Belmont, a man fell through the sidewalk in front of a vacant storefront while he was waiting for the bus and fell right into a den of rats that swarmed over him. Sounds like a a scene from Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Also in Belmont, a man got shot in the gut on the street in the early morning hours.

In Hunts Point, a man beat his 66-year-old mother to death in her bedroom at her apartment.

In Allerton, a teenage man threw a rock and then wielded a machete at a fire truck that was responding to an auto accident and attacked the vehicle by stabbing at it and then attempted to access the truck and the cabin to get at the smoke eaters.

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In Unionport, a man got in the leg at an apartment building by a man who was loitering there.

In Pelham Parkway, a man got shot to death in front of an apartment building while a Halloween party was going on.

In Morris Park, a man stabbed another man to death during a fight inside an apartment building hallway.

In West Bronx, two men got blasted in the chest and the other in the leg on a street corner.

In Crotona, three men botched a carjacking when the man they were trying to mark hit the gas and dragged one of them down the street after getting shot in the hand and crashed his car and the perp into an electric pole. The other two men ran away and left their accomplice behind

A man has mugged seven people at knifepoint and made off with over $5,000 in cash and cellphones on the subway in the last 3 months.

Queens

In Bayside, a man murdered his pregnant girlfriend by strangling her to death and dumped her body behind a bush on the Horace Harding Expressway.

In South Ozone Park, a woman threw her newborn baby out her second floor window after giving birth to it and cutting the umbilical cord with a scissor and the baby survived the fall. Then his mother cleaned up her bathroom and took a nap as he cried lying next to the garbage.

In Ozone Park, two teenage boys carjacked a livery cab driver’s vehicle by hitting him with pepper spray but was thwarted when a group of men came out of mosque and grabbed the kid with the spray for the police to take him in. The other latch key kid escaped.

Also in Ozone Park, a homeless man shot a bodega store clerk to death after the worker kicked him out of the store for being a nuisance and he returned with a gun from the car he was living in that was parked across the street. As the man was about to shoot the other clerk, an off-duty cop tackled him to the floor.

Again in Ozone Park, a man and a woman knocked down a neighborhood welcoming sign that was only installed there a day before.

In South Richmond Hill, a man killed himself while riding his motorcycle when he crashed into a parked SUV.

In Jamaica Hills, a man got stabbed in the back inside a park.

Also in Jamaica Hills, a man feigning to be a cop stopped another man on the sidewalk and shoved him against a wall and stole his cellphone and cash while he frisked him.

In Jamaica, a man got shot in the leg following a dispute in front of a barber shop.

Also in Jamaica, a man stole a car and ran over and killed a man while he was crossing the street. Then the killer abandoned the vehicle, stole another car and fled.

Again in Jamaica, a man got shot to death from point blank range at a park in broad daylight while children were playing there nearby the murder scene.

And again in Jamaica, a man got shot in the leg on the street after midnight.

And again in Jamaica, a man was shot to the front and back on the sidewalk in front o f a deli by two men riding on a moped right in front of his girlfriend and 7-year-old child.

And again in Jamaica, a 54-year-old woman and an 8-year-old girl got killed when a woman hit them with her SUV that she lost control of while trying to beat a red light. This gruesome tragedy goes along with the other 200 traffic fatalities on the streets of New York City this year.

In Far Rockaway, a woman and her son teamed up to murder a man when they approached their victim in his car and the woman smashed the window with a pipe and then her son shot him to death. The oedipal killer team got caught when they were pulled over on the highway and a search of her car found two loaded guns in a backpack and dozens of forged credit and debit cards plus hundreds of documents of people’s personal financial account ID numbers. The murder stemmed over the victim charging the duo 350 bucks for an auto repair job.

Also in Far Rockaway, a man shot another man in the leg by the boardwalk.

In Rockaway Beach, a dead man was found floating by a jetty.

Also in Rockaway Beach, a man got shot in the hip on the street.

Again in Rockaway Beach, an argument between two men escalated when one man shot the other in the kneecap on the street.

In Rockaway Park, a red van with alt-right wing agitprop written all over it went up in flames while it was parked by a curb after a man lit a cigarette by burning a paper towel that ignited the blaze.

Also in Rockaway Park, a man killed his girlfriend by choking her to death and threw her body off the balcony of his sixth floor apartment.

In Averne, a man shot another man in the leg to settle an argument at a building courtyard.

Also in Averne, a woman got hit in the leg by a stray bullet while she was waiting for an app-hail driver with a friend and after she noticed three men loitering on the sidewalk nearby.

In Ridgewood, a man got shot in the leg by a street corner.

Also in Ridgewood, a man got shot in the arm during a holdup and had his gold necklace robbed.

Again in Ridgewood, a man held up a bodega at gunpoint and showed the worker the bullets in the clip and made off with $250 and two packs of cigarettes. Don’t want to come off like Harry Callahan, but that clerk should have grabbed that shit when the skel removed that cartridge.

And again in Ridgewood, a man held up and robbed a woman at gunpoint at her apartment building in broad daylight.

In Woodhaven, a man and a woman stole a man’s car when he left it idling with the keys in the ignition as he went to talk to someone. The man ran a few blocks east to find the two thieves rummaging through his stuff in the vehicle and then got dragged on the street when the male thief hit the gas and went in reverse when he opened the door. Then the couple beat him down when the victim tried to get his keys back.

In Elmhurst, a man slashed three men inside a deli right after they placed food orders.

Also in Elmhurst, one of a gang of four men riding e-bikes shot a man in the knee on a street corner.

Again in Elmhurst, two men on a moped stopped next to a livery cab under a red light and one of them shot the passenger to death.

In Astoria, a man impatient with a woman exiting a cab threw a can at her while she was picking up her bags and then pushed her to the ground when she fought back.

Also in Astoria, a man killed himself in front of his friends while toying around with his gun at an apartment

Again in Astoria, a man threw a can of soda at a traffic cop when she was writing him a ticket for double parking, then the scofflaw hightailed it.

And again in Astoria, a man shoplifted over $4,000 worth of cosmetics from a chain pharmacy.

In Long Island City at the Queens Plaza Station, a man snatched a cellphone out of another man’s hand on the platform and jetted down the stairs.

In Flushing, four teenage boys looted items from a smoke shop and one of them clocked the worker in the head with a flashlight when he tried to stop them.

Also in Flushing, three men crashed a gambling den and held everyone at gunpoint and robbed the house of $7,000 cash and all the players cellphones that were worth about 13 large.

Again in Flushing and also in Auburndale, Forest Hills, Hillcrest, Bayside, Fresh Meadows and South Jamaica three teenage boys looted over cellphones and watches collectively worth over $16,000 from ten telecom provider stores in a month. They also hit a couple of cellphone stores in Brooklyn and the Bronx.

And again in Flushing, a man grabbed a woman from behind and sexually molested her while he had his pants down and his junk out at Flushing Meadows Park.

In Queens Village, a man walking on the sidewalk got shot multiple times by a gang of men who burst out of car with their guns blazing.

Also in Queens Village, a man ambushed a Chinese food delivery man and punched his face and stuck him up with a knife as he was about to drop off an order at a house and robbed his cellphone. The perp has used the same m.o. in 5 other holdups of delivery guys in the last 3 months, robbing them of cash and cellphones.

Again in Queens Village and Cambria Heights, a man has been targeting Chinese food delivery men as they drop off their orders and then holds them up at knifepoint and brutally assaulting them for the last three months, making off with over $1,500 and their cellphones in six muggings.

In Kew Gardens, a toothless grinning thief broke into two homes and robbed $100 worth of tools and other stuff.

Also in Kew Gardens, two cops discovered a brake line was cut on their patrol car after they rear-ended a vehicle in front of them.

Again in Kew Gardens at the Union Turnpike Station, a man randomly punched a woman in the face on the platform.

In Kew Gardens Hills, a 72-year-old man got killed when he got hit by a car while crossing the street at a red light.

Also in Kew Gardens Hills, two men held up a cellphone store at gunpoint and robbed it of 12 cellys and over 500 bucks from the register.

Again in Kew Gardens Hills, a woman got shot in the ankle by her male friend who tried to defend her from a man she was having an argument with on the street.

In Fresh Meadows, a group of people got busted trying to throw a rave at Cunningham Park and the promoters were stupid enough to hype the event as illegal.

In Woodside, a woman got killed when she got hit by an LIRR equipment train as she was wandering or lying on the tracks.

In Jackson Heights at the Roosevelt Ave. Station, a man ripped a cellphone off another man’s hands while he was sitting on the F train and the dumb crook took selfies with it later on.

Also in Jackson Heights, a man spray painted 20 cars parked on the curb with the initials of Black Lives Matter and the 14th District’s Rep. Ocasio-Cortez.

Again in Jackson Heights at the 74th St./Roosevelt Ave. Station, a man walked up to a woman and spat in her face on the E train and ran away. When the woman decided to chase him down, the pig turned around and repeatedly punched her in the face.

In Corona, a man got slashed in the head and shot in the chest on a street corner in the middle of the night.

Also in Corona, a man stalked an 11-year-old girl while driving his car and failed to abduct her. Then he got arrested and later walked out of the precinct on his own recognizance.

In St. Albans, a woman got killed when two cars hit her and ran her over after she crossed the street with the red light.

In Glendale, a man found a credit card on the sidewalk and spent 85 bucks at a convenience store with it. It really shouldn’t be that easy.

In College Point, a NYPD detective crashed his car into the gate of the police academy while driving drunk.

In Sunnyside, critical mass fast and furious car gathering events are still going on at the Home Depot and other vast parking lots in the area along with rampant speeding on the streets, leading to one driver crashing his car into a house fence.

On Roosevelt Island, a man got shot in the arm an hour after midnight.

In Glen Oaks, an off-duty crashed his car into a parked car while driving drunk.

On the Queensboro Bridge, a social media addicted teenage fool climbed the girders just to take pictures of himself for likes and chump change on his accounts. His idiotic stunt froze traffic going both ways for hours.

At JFK Airport, two truck drivers raided cargo buildings on the premises and robbed over $6,000,000 of high end designer merchandise and jewelry by fabricating documents and transferring them to a beauty shop in Jamaica in trucks they would wind up abandoning on the curbs. The two men and a middle man involved in their heist and hustle made $5,000,000 before they all got pinched.

The subway train window smasher is still on the loose and is still smashing windows in defiance of the MTA’s $12,500 reward and the continued lack of presence of NYPD patrolling the stations.

Staten Island

In Eltingville, a man held up a supermarket at gunpoint and robbed over $5,800 from the registers and a couple cartons of Newports and then he carjacked a woman’s vehicle in a shopping mall parking lot.

Also in Eltingville, a man held up a fruit market at gunpoint and robbed it 500 bucks.

In Grasmere, a man broke into a bakery by throwing a brick through the glass door and robbed it of 175 bucks. The bakery is struggling to survive during the pandemic.

In Donghan Hills, a burglar broke into a bakery/restaurant and robbed $260 from the register and destroyed doors and storage bins.

In Bulls Head, a man broke into a Polish deli with a rock through the door window and stole 20 bucks.

In Great Kills, two men broke into a cafe and a restaurant located on the same boulevard and made off with over a thousand dollars and jewelry.

Also in Great Kills, burglars made off with over $10,300 after breaking into a deli and a Chinese restaurant and breaking their security cameras.

In St. George,  a man grabbed a woman by the throat on the sidewalk then stole her handbag and ran away.

Also in St. George, a man got stabbed during a mugging by three teenage boys and managed to walk to a police station to report it.

Again in St. George, a man boarded a city bus with no mask on and was refused entry, then he broke the glass on the door by kicking it.

In Port Richmond, a man boarded a city bus without a mask and holding a cup of coffee and blew off the bus driver who asked him to wear a mask. When the driver tried to ask him to leave, the vector threw coffee and her face and injured her arm by throwing her to the floor.

In Prince’s Bay, a man got pulled over by the cops and got caught driving with a suspended license and trafficking superhero label baggies of heroin. He pleaded with the cops to only charge him for the license. That’s not how it works, skelly.

In New Brighton, a man broke into a woman’s apartment with a gun in his hand looking for someone.

In West Brighton, a man knocked down another man with one punch then stomped on him with his construction boots.

Also in West Brighton, bullet shells were found on the street from shooting that occurred at 10 p.m.

In Stapleton, two men were involved in a gunpoint robbery of another man on a street corner.

In Midland Beach, a man walked into a playground and took off his pants and britches and paced back and forth with his banana and plums out in front of children and their parents

On the Staten Island Expressway, a couple got into a car crash and then the woman tried to ditch a bag of blow and heroin shaped like a ball to the man when the cops arrived.

In Oakwood, an 86-year-old man killed another elderly man with his car when he ran the red light.

In Willowbrook, two men and a woman caused property damage while being kicked out of a hotel for causing a disturbance.

Xenophobic based violent attacks against Asian people have continued to rise in the borough (and the other 4 boroughs as well) since the pandemic began in March.

7 men wanted for committing homicides in 2020 are still on the loose.

The Lying Monument Of Mayor de Blasio’s “Affordable Housing” Program.

New York, New York

As everyone is aware now, Mayor William de Blasio Wilhelm has resuscitated his Housing New York program to provide way overdue affordable housing for your city’s most lower income earning residents in the niche, upper upper class towns of Soho and Noho (the latter of which is about 4 square blocks tops). Actually, only about 25% of 3200 apartments that are projected to be constructed will be earmarked for them. Which still doesn’t correlate with the hundreds of thousands of people who live check to check with 50 to 60% of that check going to rent and the near 70,000 people who don’t have a home at all..

But that’s going to be for the next post in process here. What this post is about is basically a spoiler alert for it and what de Blasio’s HPD plans will actually accomplish. Because this is unbelievable.

The building on the right from a picture taken in April last year is on 111 Varick St., which is also in Soho. Last year it gained local news attention when a construction worker got killed by a massive 7 ton concrete structure that snapped off a crane and crushed and dismembered his body while working in the early morning hours. For months it laid dormant because of building and worksite violations. Then passing by there back in January there was a peculiar site. A big banner for de Blasio’s HPD’s Housing New York was draped over the scaffolding.

It was really kind of a shock  to see that this with Trump’s former luxury Soho Hotel tower down the block and a gargantuem lux building right across the street from it. I cynically thought that city just made that an “affordable” housing building because of the gruesome death tied to it and also considered that it’s just the city advertising their program but apparently not, because there was NYC D.O.B.work notification for mixed use plust that banner is on every affordable housing development. Like this recent one in East New York:

When de Blasio announced that he was going to finally open up Soho for affordable housing development, 111 Varick immediately came to mind and I made a brief jaunt to the city to see how this building was progressing. And it looked done. Plus the Housing New York banner was still affixed to the scaffolding although quite tattered.

Besides being the atypical fugly charcoal look that has become the default aesthetic of the majority of these new towers, the windows looked kind of big for the atypical “affordable” housing apartment or studio. But a few steps north and the incriminating proof was found about the dubious equity advertised on this building:

The new building, which apparently is titled untitled. is apparently leasing luxury abodes right now. For some reason, there is nothing on that bland black slab touting any city lottery distributed affordable housing.

But this is a “real” “affordable housing” building that was implemented by de Blasio’s HPD. The owner is an LLC (naturally), so you’re not going to find out anything else because of the city’s lax regulations regarding the identity of who or what group is behind them

Of the 75 apartments at the luxury building with no name, 25 are set aside as “affordable” (which makes this a 70-30 building). The pressing questions of course is what will be the “affordable” rents if this building is being advertised as “luxury” and what income levels will qualify for the “affordable”  And a bigger question is where will the “affordable” apts. actually be in this luxury building? And will it have a poor door?

But the only answers for what this Housing New York building is truly about comes from the avocado toast hole of the buildings architect in an interview only a few months ago:

“Rooftop outdoor amenities and a landscaped terrace with barbecue provide lovely, unobstructed views toward downtown. 111 Varick also has an exercise room, meditation room, conference room, social lounge, club room with pool table, and kids’ playroom. These amenities were designed for young professionals, who we expect to be the major tenant group in this building.”

As this shows and in conclusion, the crux of de Blasio’s neoliberal Housing New York program and the Gentrification Industrial Complex of government and real estate developer’s prime motive behind it is to make housing affordable mostly for the wealthier.

New Bad Days 77: NYPD Continues Attacking Protesters While Enabling Vehicular Violence Against Them In Manhattan And Lynch Mobs And Anarchy In Brooklyn; The High Frequency Of Random Assaults Claims Rick Moranis As A Victim While Brazen Gunpoint Muggings Occur In Broad Daylight By Talyor Swift’s Townhouses; A Man Shreds An A Train By Throwing Shit On The Tracks; Stray Bullets Hit A Boy During J’Ouvert Parade That Was Supposed To Be Cancelled, Hit A Man While Protecting His Children At An Auto Dealership And And Killed A Woman When She Looked Outside Her Window;The Fast And The Furious Movies Are Being Recreated In A Home Depot Parking Lot; BLM Cosplayers Steal American Flags After They Went To The Wrong House To Yell At And Shootings Meant For Their Targets Continue To Escalate Along With Muggings And Burglaries

On Labor Day weekend, the NYPD made a grand announcement to, well, fight crime. Commissioner Shea and his fellow high brass fellow Blue Bloods assembled and deployed cops to the streets to ramp up arrests and tamp down on gun violence, primarily in Brooklyn where shooting have led to triple digit percentage increases from last year and other myriad crimes that have seen high percentage upticks in hotspot areas. Whether this sudden focus on serving and protecting the public was motivated by accusations from the citizenry and elected officials of an intentional slowdown or by a dead pool put together by a bunch of sick fucks in a Long Island bar is purely coincidental. And if it was motivated whether if NYPD cops actually placed bets on that pool to keep the body count low is taking cynicism to a higher level, although not highly illogical. More likely it’s because Dermot’s blood probably boiled just enough to match the temperature of bowl of lukewarm tomato soup.

Following the holiday weekend that saw over 20 shootings and a protest whose participants caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages vandalizing stores they passed by, Commish Shea  declared the weekend was a  great success while his feckless boss and toady Mayor de Blasio remarked how peaceful the streets were and the city was safe as ever.

The only good news, probably the only good news all year concerning de Blasio’s and Shea’s NYPD, is that they made a historic shitload of gun possession arrests during the peaceful weekend. Proving that such enforcement is possible without a shady unit of Punisher wannabes but soberly also proving that the handgun stockpiles keep rising.

But still no one is asking where these guns are coming from. Which is hard to extract such information when the victims refuse to divulge the gunmen and it’s also hard to procure data for guns when only 20% of the over 1,000 shootings this year has lead to actual arrests which correlates with a 40% rise in murder and a bigger presence of gang activity.

Manhattan

In Times Square, a group of protesters holding a demonstration for a man who was killed by police in Rochester while in custody was crossing the street with the green light and walk signal and then was approached by a car with tinted windows and a bull bar on the front that was slowly proceeding. Then the driver hit the gas pedal and proceeded to go through them and speed down 7th Avenue without any pursuit by the NYPD despite the presence of cops outnumbering protesters that were monitoring them before the incident. Even though the car came close to hitting people and managed to clip a bunch of bikes.

A vehicle seen driving through a crowd of protesters in Times Square on Thursday

The people in the car, which was recently purchased at an NYPD auction, were a group of people that were counter-protesting. One of them was the woman who vandalized the Black Lives Matter street mural in front of Trump Tower with paint a total of 3 times.

Minutes before the attempt at vehicular manslaughter of dozens of people on 7th Avenue, six counter-protesters were escorted by the NYPD around the corner. During a discussion with the MAGA group, over 30 cops were standing and milling around, including many of higher rank. Then they all got in the car that would be weaponized shortly as a group of cops formed a wall protecting them from the people witnessing this strange occurance of the NYPD co-operating with and chaperoning this certain activist group.

The NYPD did not levy any charges on the driver or his passengers, even though the last person who tried to run over people in Times Square got arrested immediately. Also, the terrorist caliphate ISIS recommends the weaponization of vehicles to kill masses of people, which happened on the West St. bike path 3 years ago when a man ran down and murdered 8 people. But since the NYPD recently used two of their SUV’s to barrel through protesters on the street, running over people is now legal and a form of self-defense.

The woman recognized for her vandalism by Trump Tower claimed that she and her co-horts were scared and the driver panicked because someone allegedly hit the car with an object or punched it. Good thing they kept that bull bar on.

15 days later in Times Square, another demonstration was held by about a hundred people protesting against federal ICE detention centers allowing a doctor to perform hysterectomies on immigrant women without their consent. Then it got disrupted by cops as they swarmed and arrested 86 people for publicly assembling in the street as an automated recording played proclaiming that the public assembly was unlawful.

In Herald Square a man got slashed in the neck during a fight with another man on the 6th avenue subway platform.

In the Upper West Side, a man was shot to death on the street after he stabbed someone during a fight.

Also in the Upper West Side, a man threw rocks with profane messages attached to them at windows of a broadcast network building following an attack and destroying a camera belonging to a rival local new correspondent and a photographer by Hudson Yards.

Again in the Upper West Side, a man who chucked a rock at a cop’s head is still on the loose three months after the incident.

And again in the Upper West Side, Rick Moranis was walking on the sidewalk and a man walking towards him directly punches him in the head, knocking him down to the ground in broad daylight.

In Harlem at the 148th St. Station, a man was found dead on the 3 train.

Also in Harlem, a man fondled a woman on her crotch while she was walking on the sidewalk, then he robbed her wallet and went to a deli to use her debit card.

Again in Harlem, a man beat a homeless man to death on the street.

And again in Harlem, an off-duty C.O. crashed into a parked car while driving drunk, then the owner of the damaged vehicle slashed him in the face.

And again in Harlem, a man got hit by an SUV when he ran a red light on his ATV vehicle while trying to hop the sidewalk. He died from his injuries a week later.

And again in Harlem, a man was shot in the leg after getting into a street fight.

And again in Harlem, a man was shot in the torso on the boulevard.

And again in Harlem, two women were both shot in the arm on Riverside Dr.

And again in Harlem, a man about to cross the street got killed instantly by a hit and run driver.

And again in Harlem, a man followed a woman into an apartment building and attempted to mug her in the elevator but was unsuccessful, but two days later he followed another woman into an apartment building and helped her carry a cart up the stairs, then he attacked her inside the elevator and robbed $300 off her.

And again in Harlem, a man robbed a hat off a vendor’s table and got into a fight with the 72-year-old salesman who tried to stop him and shoved him to the ground with such force that he wound up killing him. A memorial was set up on a linkNYC kiosk for people to hang hats on in tribute to the courageous man.

In East Harlem, a man got shot in the ass following an argument on a street corner.

Also in East Harlem, a man walked into an apartment during a party and shot a man in the stomach.

In Midtown a 18-year-old man got caught dealing drugs on the street weeks following shooting a man on the grounds of the St. Nicholas Houses months after being released by a juvenile detention center.

Also in Midtown, two men broke into a designer watch store at midnight and robbed over six figures worth of watches in a few minutes.

Again in Midtown, a man that arranged a drug deal with two men on the street went awry when the men saw his upscale duds and decided to rob him instead. The mark got stabbed in the back when he tried to get his designer bag back and the two thieves got away with that plus his cellphones and wallet.

And again in Midtown, a man with a baseball bat swung it at a group of people on the sidewalk a month after he threw rocks at various consulate buildings around town.

And again in Midtown, a man randomly suckerpunched a 77-year-old man who was about to walk by him, causing him to fall on the sidewalk and crack his skull. The lunatic let his victim know that’s what he does.

And again in Midtown, a gang of four men rushed up behind a man walking on the sidewalk and walloped him with a cane then stabbed him multiple times.

And again in Midtown, the giant face masks on the lions at the New York Public Library keep getting stolen. Those look like they can make good canopies for homeless encampments that aren’t under scaffolding.

And again in Midtown, a woman committed suicide by jumping into the East River.

And again in Midtown, a caravan of pickup truck drivers boosting for President Trump blocked all the lanes on 5th avenue in front of his building, which would have obstructed NYPD and FDNY vehicles in case of an emergency.

In Hell’s Kitchen, a man kidnapped his and his ex-girlfriend’s son after having a dispute at a park.

Also in Hell’s Kitchen, a man broken into an auto dealership warehouse and stole a SUV and then crashed it into a median trying to get away and then abandoned it.

Again in Hell’s Kitchen, a man set a couple’s apartment on fire while they were still inside. One of the residents died weeks later.

And again in Hell’s Kitchen, a man that got stabbed during a street fight died from his wounds a month later.

And again in Hell’s Kitchen, a man trying to steal a scooter belonging to a man who was buying items in a deli got stabbed in the back with a knife the worker gave to the attacker.

In Penn Station, a homeless man randomly attacked two women in 120 seconds when he shoved a woman on the sidewalk and sucker punched another woman causing her to fall onto the street.

In Washington Heights and Inwood, three men mugged nine people in 8 days.

Also in Washington Heights, a man was shot three times on the street and then died from his wounds.

Again in Washington Heights,  a man walking on the sidewalk was suddenly run over by a speeding driver in an SUV. A Samaritan who owns the deli on that corner pulled him from under the car and then the driver backed up and tried to hit the man he plowed again and sped away down the street. Cops did catch the psycho driver later but wouldn’t disclose any information about him to the Samaritan. But why should they after what happened at the protest at Times Square the day before, because running people over with your car is legal provided you have good cause.

And again in Washington Heights, protesters having a Black Lives Matter demonstration retreated from the George Washington Bridge when cops blocked them off and then marched to 34th Pct. and were met by a miltia of cops decked in riot gear, champing at the bit for a confrontation. A clash between both groups ensued after a high brass officer broke a woman’s arm by throwing her on the ground and a protester hit a cop with a sign, leading to 6 people getting arrested.

And again in Washington Heights, a man committed suicide by jumping off a public housing building.

And again in Washington Heights, a homeless man stabbed another homeless man to death on a street corner during a fight when they were both inebriated.

In the Upper East Side at the 63rd St./Lexington Avenue Station, a man attacked another man as he waiting for the F train by randomly slashing him twice on the hand and chest.

Also in the Upper East Side, a woman walked into a cellphone store and was mooching off the power supplies to charge her celly while not wearing a face mask. When a worker confronted her about violating the store’s pandemic rules, the woman lashed out and call her a racial slur and threw a small plastic bin at her face and she punched another worker who was escorting her out the store.

Again in the Upper East Side, a man held up a bank at gunpoint and robbed it of $5,000 and then got grabbed by the cops 7 blocks down who recognized him.

In Inwood, a man brutally beat and stabbed his girlfriend to death inside her apartment after she let him stay over days after he mugged a man for $10 by stabbing him three times with his victim’s own knife. The killer then called the police on himself and threatened to engage in a shootout with them in the hopes of going down in a hail of bullets.

Also in Inwood at the 207th St. Station, a window on one of the doors of the A train was smashed up.

In Hamilton Heights, a gangbanger was shooting at people on the street as cops were passing by while on patrol, then they chased the shooter and caught him.

In Central Park, a dead body was found in a lake nearby Columbus Circle.

Also in Central Park, a homeless man was found dead leaning on a rock on the grass nearby 109th st.. It was found that he was beaten to death by a man who left his body there with help from an accomplice.

Again in Central Park, helicopters have been flying perilously lower over citizens trying to relax on the green spaces. Remember back in June and in Hell’s Kitchen last month when the NYPD was flying choppers over protests in Brooklyn and over an activists apartment building that it looked like you could almost touch them? Looks like they opened it up for these hot dogger chopper pilots to do the same with impunity.

And again in Central Park, a man fishing at a lake reeled in a dead body.

And again in Central Park, a man was stabbed in the chest during an argument with his attacker by the Wollman Rink.

In Columbus Circle, a man randomly shoved another man onto the train tracks and is currently on the loose.

Also in Columbus Circle, an 82-year-old woman got hit by a man on a ride share moped while she was crossing the street with red.

In Washington Square Park, a rave went on until the evening morning hours as revelers drank booze and disregarded wearing face masks and social distancing. NYPD cops deployed to the area only watched the partying and hardly made an effort to monitor and disperse the clustered crowd. And then there was a bigger more clustered pandemic violating rave at the park the next week and the NYPD still made no effort to stop it and tell revelers loaded on booze to go back to their dorms and apartments.

In Washington Square, a man tagged an NYU building with swastikas and anti-Semetic and anti-Black graffiti messages.

In Greenwich Village, a man sat down on a bench where a woman and her two children were sitting on and zipped open his shorts and masturbated in front of them. A Samaritan nearby protected them from the skeev who took offense at his concern and threatened to hit with a brick. With witnesses filming the altercation with their cellphones instead of dialing 911, the Samaritan then chased him for blocks and lost him by the West 4th St. Station.

Also in Greenwich Village, dozens of cops charged after a group of people right after an automated warning was played on a LARD speaker when one of them stepped one foot on the road. The cops managed to knock over tables that were set up for outdoor dining outside a restaurant where people were dining and not associated with those they arrested that the NYPD charged with engaging in an unlawful assembly and obstructing traffic; which the NYPD themselves wound up doing when they were securing the area in the middle of the street and on the crosswalks

12 people were arrested and the apparent rationale for this swarm was that they came from a demonstration and art exchange in Washington Square Park that the NYPD aggressively broke up.

Something tells me that de Blasio’s and Shea’s NYPD are trying to make anarchist jurisdictions on purpose.

In the Flatiron District, a man accessed an apartment building and hot wired the elevator panel which gave him access to a residence. He banged on the door and then grabbed a 78-year-old woman by the throat when she opened the door and stole her purse. Then her 79-year-old husband caught the thief coming from the stairs and got into a tussle with the thief, who punched him twice and knocked him down and then took cash and cards from the purse and split.

Also in the Flatiron District, an 18-year-old man hit a couple of bike riders while speeding down the street during a protest.

In Chelsea, a man foolishly dressed like a ninja jumped a woman from behind as she was walking with her 3-year-old daughter and grabbed her handbag, the woman then battled the man and kicked him in the stomach and everywhere else multiple times to stop him and then a doorman and construction workers came to her aid and detained the beaten thief. But he was released without bail following his arraignment.

In the West Village at the 14th St. Station, a homeless man with maniacal violent tendencies picked up some metal clmaps that were left around on the platform for some reason and threw them onto the tracks. After a Samaritan picked them up and put them back on the platform, the homeless man took them and threw them back on the tracks when the A train arrived, causing it to derail and hit the pillars, easily causing the exterior of the train to shred off. The unreasonable act caused 56 trains to go out of service. The man laughed his ass off while being detained by other Samaritans until the police arrived.

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The crazed man previously went bezerk inside a cellphone store when he swung a metal pipe at people and then grabbed a city garbage can and destroyed a sign outside. When a judge let him loose without setting bail because of the reform laws, he threw a metal bench at a city bus in September, and was released without bail again. At the arraignment for the A train derailing, with the man going off on a tangent in the courtroom, the judge wisely convicted him and set his bail at $50,000. Which is still too lenient for the million dollars in damages this dick caused.

Also in the West Village, a man shoved a woman who was jogging on the sidewalk and then slashed her face and then he randomly slashed a man in the face two blocks away.

In the East Village, a teenage boy yanked a purse off a woman walking on the sidewalk and then punched her down to the ground when she tried to get it back, then the boy and his friends went through the bag, stole nothing and ran away.

Also in the East Village, a man was shot in the leg in the middle of the block.

On the Manhattan Bridge, a door on the Q train suddenly came open as it was moving hundreds of feet above the water.

In the Lower East Side, two men wanted for ripping off portable ATM machines from stores, restaurants and bars in the area by tying them to their van with a chain got caught by the cops after they pried off another one using a van they stole and stupidly hit a police car trying to get away on the FDR Drive.

Also in the Lower East Side, a man was shot in the leg during a street fight with another man.

Again in the Lower East Side, a rat horde converged and devoured on a pile of bird seed that was meant for rats of feather.

And again in the Lower East Side, a three-month old baby died from shaken baby syndrome caused by the mother’s boyfriend inside an apartment at the Valdkyn Houses.

And again in the Lower East Side, a man fortunate to be back in society after mugging someone a month earlier after being released without bail attacked a 93-year-old man and robbed $30 and his metrocard off him after knocking him down to the pavement.

In Soho, 4 young men in their teens and twenties broke into a dry cleaner and robbed $6,000 worth of designer jackets and sweaters and also burglarized various restaurants and dry cleaners in the area and the West Village, making off with $4,000.

Also in Soho, 24 protesters got arrested for vandalism, breaking windows and setting garbage cans on fire during a protest for a man who got shot to death by cops in Texas while he was trying to break up a fight between a couple at a gas station.

In Alphabet City, a man was shot in the leg while walking with his girlfriend on the grounds of the Riis Houses.

In Murray Hill, a man stole an NYPD SUV and drove it to Bed-Stuy and crashed it there.

In Tribeca, a homeless man set a post office truck on fire

Also in Tribeca, a row of parked cars on a block had their windshields bashed in.

Again in Tribeca, two men held up thee men at gunpoint who were standing in front of a high end clothing store and robbed them of $14,200 of cash and personal belongings and then dashed away in a car. This brazen mugging happened in broad daylight in an area where Robert deNiro and Alec Baldwin call home. And where Harvey Weinstein used to live and work about two blocks away from the crime scene.

And again in Tribeca and at that high end clothing store, gunfire went off in front of the place sending three men running for cover. Taylor Swift owns the townhouse and three floors above the fancy store where the shooting and the previous mugging happened. Welcome to New York, the New Bad Days Ms Swift, try and shake it off.

In the Financial District, a man lured a 16-year-old girl into a luxury hotel by offering her pot and Netflix binging and then he drugged her and tried to rape her.

Also in the Financial District, a man punched another man in the face after he called him a homophobic slur while filming it on social media.

In Downtown Manhattan, a bunch of rich white young adults with hammers, nightsticks and tasers marching in a protest in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and broke windows of two chain cafes and banks while they were walking with people peacefully demonstrating, even though they were calling for police departments to be burned down. The violent vandalism against businesses by these rich kids trying to re-appropriate the Black Panther Party continued in Soho, Union Square, the Flatrion District and Kips Bay. 

Also in Downtown Manhattan at the Fulton St. Station, cops caught a man catching Z’s on the A train and possessing an unlicensed handgun sticking out of his pocket.

Again in Downtown Manhattan, a man got hit by car coming off the Brooklyn Bridge while riding a scooter.

And again in Downtown Manhattan,  a group of people protesting about a doctor performing hysterectomies on immigrant women while held in detention under ICE supervision forced their way into a federal office building occupied by the FBI and ICE agencies and broke the glass off a revolving door, compelling a security guard to draw her gun at them. Then some protesters  tagged graffiti on the sidewalk entrance and security booths.

And again in Downtown Manhattan, cops swarmed on protesters marching towards the World Trade Center and arrested 9 people during a demonstration against ICE’s policies and their treatment of immigrant expectant mothers.

And again in Downtown Manhattan, cops took over a sidewalk when protesters showed up to support over 80 people who got arrested in Times Square then surrounded them in order to make them leave. Which totally defeated their purpose, but the tactic is to confuse and agitate people into a provocation.

And again in Downtown Manhattan, a man riding a scooter with a little girl on the sidewalk crashed into Mayor de Blasio and they instantly fell down from the impact from hitting the city’s most hated person.

And again in Downtown Manhattan at the Tombs, C.O.’s threw a gangbanger in a cell and they left the lock open and a bunch of rival gangbangers swarmed him and beat him down. Then two C.O.’s let another rival suckerpunch him as they were escorting the convict into another room.

And again in Downtown Manhattan at the Chambers St. Station by City Hall and Police Headquarters, a man stabbed another man in the neck and on his legs following an argument on the platform. The victim died from his wounds.

Brooklyn

In Crown Heights, two hardheads fired their guns at each other while people were celebrating J’Ouvert on the street. One of the gunmen was a 15-year-old boy gang member. Instead of injuring or killing each other, stray bullets hit three people and a woman and her 6-year-old son as they were stepping out of a cab, hitting the child in his femur. The teenage gangbanger was denied bail by a very sensible judge.

Also in Crown Heights, a stray bullet struck the drivers seat window of a city bus with 7 passengers on board in the late afternoon.

Again in Crown Heights, and also Clinton Hill and Bed-Stuy, two men held up two bodegas, a hotel, and a restaurant in two days by feigning to have a gun and the scheme only worked twice and they got $560 from the spree.

And again in Crown Heights, hundreds of people jammed themselves into a synagogue without wearing face masks and spread their aerosols with each other with boisterous singing and praying.

And again in Crown Heights, a man set a homeless man on fire by throwing a bucket of combustible liquids on him following a dispute with him on a street corner.

And again in Crown Heights, rideshare mopeds were found disassembled on the street with their e-batteries ripped out.

And again in Crown Heights, a boy slashed another boy on his rear end with a piece of broken glass during a fight in the playground.

And again in Crown Heights, hundreds of people clustered and danced on the street for a high holiday and defiantly refused orders to disperse by the NYPD who ordered them to stop causing a road obstruction. The cops meekly recommended the revelers to dance on the sidewalk and was met with more rejection and mockery as they continued to dance as the cops were trying to push them back. Where are the armored bike cops and the commands to MOVE BACK MOVE BACK MOVE BACK?

In Bed-Stuy, a man got shot in the stomach in the middle of the block and a man got shot in the head while sitting in his car.

Also in Bed-Stuy, a man bolted out of a car then stalked a man walking on the sidewalk and shot him in the back.

Again in Bed-Stuy, a woman got knocked into the street by a hit-and-run driver in an SUV as she was about to ride a ride-share moped.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man sucker punched a woman and then rode away on his bike on the sidewalk. He was then pursued by 4 firemen and then panicked and couldn’t steer and get away, as they took his ass down and took him back to the firehouse.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man and a woman got hit by stray bullets on the grounds of the Marcy Houses while they were walking their dog when a man was trying to shoot another man down while chasing him on the sidewalk.

And again in Bed-Stuy, two men ran up to three men and shot them on the grounds of the Lafayette Houses in broad daylight, killing one with a shot to the head and injuring the other two with shots to the chest and legs

And again in Bed-Stuy, an ambulance carrying a man to the hospital after having a heart attack and a fire engine racing to respond to an emergency crashed into each other in the intersection. The man died from the wreckage and his sister accompanying him wound up in a coma.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man walked up to a parked car and shot two men inside, killing one of them. From the video footage of the street and the intersection, it looks like the building’s scaffolding might have obstructed the views of both drivers.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a rideshare moped was left on the curb in flames.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man got shot in the arm during a street fight.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man walked up to two men sitting in a parked jeep and shot them, killing one and hospitalizing the other.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man was shot in the ankle on the grounds of the Stuyvesant Houses.

And again in Bed-Stuy, two men were shot to death in front of an apartment building over a gang dispute.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man walked up to a group of people having a vigil by a sidewalk memorial and shot at a man multiple times, hitting him in the arm and chest.

In Brownsville, a man was shot down and left for dead on the sidewalk with a hole in his chest, then died later from his wounds.

Also in Brownsville, a man was shot in the leg and his ass on the avenue.

Again in Brownsville, a man got hit by a truck while he was riding on the wrong side of a a two way street against traffic. The truck driver fled the scene of the accident.

And again in Brownsville, a woman was found dead on a roof by an apartment building.

And again in Brownsville, a man was shot in the torso on the street.

And again in Brownsville, two men and a woman were shot during a fusillade of bullets aimed at them, killing one of the men by shooting his face. The suspects all jetted in two different cars after the incident.

And again in Brownsville, a man who robbed the same bank in Rockaway Beach escaped from the custody of FBI agents by walking out of a halfway house unnoticed.

And again in Brownsville, a car collided into another car when the driver was turning in the intersection, causing it to veer off the road and hit five people who were waiting to cross the street by the curb.

And again in Brownsville, a man was shot in the torso on the street in broad daylight.

And again in Brownsville, a man was shot down in a courtyard and died later on from his wounds.

And again in Brownsville, a man got shot twice during a street fight with another man and he didn’t give up the gunman when the cops asked. Then another man showed up shot in three places and didn’t say shit to the cops too.

And again in Brownsville, a man shot four people, killing one, during a dispute over a dice game inside a gambling den.

In Cypress Hills, a man held up a woman at gunpoint on the sidewalk and then she gave him $12. He then attempted to rape her but changed his mind when the victim said she was menstruating.

Also in Cypress Hills, a man stabbed a deli worker in the neck three times as a woman robbed money from the register following weeks of the couple being a regular nuisance at the store.

Again in Cypress Hills, a man was shot in the foot during a holdup robbery by two other men.

And again in Cypress Hills, a man got shot to death by two men at a park.

And again in Cypress Hills, a man got shot while fighting with his shooter in a courtyard.

In Flatbush, a man was killed after getting shot point blank in the face in front of his friends as they were celebrating someone’s birthday.

Also in Flatbush, a man was found dead lying in a pool of his own blood by an SUV and an ax was left behind on the street.

In East Flatbush, two men burglarized and electrical contractor shop three times and a car dealership, making off with over 60,000 worth of tools and computers. Then they got caught by a man who saw them trying to break into a house.

Also in East Flatbush, an off-duty fireman beat up and strangled his girlfriend at their home during a domestic dispute.

In East New York, a man was shot in the leg on the street.

Also in East New York, a man got shot to death behind a house where a massive birthday party was going on.

Again in East New York, a teenage boy got shot in the leg on a street corner.

And again in East New York, a man and a woman were both shot in the legs on a street corner from a shootout in the vicinity.

And again in East New York, a man hit his ex-girlfriend and her 9-year-old son, injuring the kids foot.

In Sunset Park, a man got shot at four times on the sidewalk at the crack of dawn.

Also in Sunset Park, a man broke free while in the custody of FBI agents by jumping from their car as they were transferring him to the Metropolitan Detention Center and then hid inside a man’s apartment on his couch while under a quilt with the resident still there. Maybe he was afraid bumping into Ghislaine Maxwell. That lady is scary.

Again in Sunset Park, a man got surrounded by a gang of men as one of them stabbed him in the chest and then another man chased him while aiming his gun at him. The stabbing victim turned around and tackled him and stabbed him in the neck in self-defense, causing his eventual death.

And again in Sunset Park, a man got shot in the legs and wouldn’t give up the gunman.

And again in Sunset Park, a woman got killed in a collision with a motorcycle rider while riding her bike. (How does a bike actually do that?)

In Park Slope at the Union St. Station, a man got attacked by another man by the turnstiles after he decided to film him with his phone because he was not wearing a face mask on the train. Then the vector took his phone and smashed it on the ground.

In  Bensonhurst, a man got shot to death while sitting in the driver’s seat of a Mazarati by a man who rolled up beside his ride in a Benzo.

Also in Bensonhurst, a man stabbed a woman with a broken bottle during a domestic dispute.

Again in Bensonhurst, a man beat up and choked his girlfriend and robbed $100 from her purse after she refused to give him cash.

And again in Bensonhurst, a boy beat up two workers inside a grocery store with a metal pipe and a skateboard to settle an argument.

In Williamsburg, a rat attempted to devour a pigeon in broad daylight by the trash cans in front of an apartment building and got stopped by a man with a broom.

Also in Williamsburg, a man smashed through the glass door in of a burger joint and stole two register tills containing $600.

Again in Williamsburg, a woman got killed while riding her bike when a charter bus ran her over.

And again in Williamsburg at the Hewes St. Station, a man held up a woman at knifepoint on the platform and robbed her neck chain.

And again in Williamsburg, a man shot a cab driver in the neck and tried to steal his cellphone after he argued about the amount of money charged on the fare and demanding to keep ten dollars of it.

And again in Williamsburg, a large gathering of people clustered in front of a synogogue while not donning face masks and a NYPD patrol van just drives by and doesn’t warn them over a LARD speaker about engaging in an illegal assembly and with no cops deployed there telling them to disburse.

And again in Williamsburg, 24 police cars were found with their tires slashed.

And again in Williamsburg, a bunch of people at a block party painted a mural on the street aptly describing the solidarity feelings of the people’s opinion about the Governor of New York and the Mayor of New York City. de Blasio’s D.O.T. immediately erased the mural the next evening with black paint, but the memory remains.

Cops were actually there witnessing the cheeky vandalism and having a laugh about it with other people. Any doubt there is a police slowdown?

In Greenpoint, bike riders peacefully assembling in McCarren Park to hold a vigil for a woman who got killed by a charter bus driver was suddenly confronted and outnumbered by dozens and dozens of cops in the park and also blocking the exit paths.

When the commander of the unit deployed to monitor the vigil decided to charge at the bikers, the bikers assembled into a line and formed a silent protest.

Even though the bikers showed no aggression or provocation, the commander went after a man who was speaking to the crowd not to engage and then the cops followed behind him and nearly caused a riot as they were tripping over each other while trying to induce them to defend themselves so they have cause for arresting them.

Also in Greenpoint, a man was shot in the ass on the sidewalk.

Again in Greenpoint, a 17-year-old girl fell into Newton Creek.

In Bushwick, a man was shot three times inside of a bodega, getting hit on the arm and torso. He would not divulge the description of the gunman to the cops.

Also in Bushwick, a shuttle bus driver ran a red light and crashed into a fancy sports car.

In Clinton Hill, three men were shot on the street in broad daylight.

Also in Clinton Hill, a man slashed a tire on a police car.

In Borough Park, two homeless man got into a street fight and one of them ended up getting killed after being thrown into a wall.

Also in Borough Park, hundreds of men congregated on the street without masks to celebrate a religious holiday and hold a protest against Governor Cuomo’s and Mayor de Blasio’s pandemic lockdown restrictions because of a rise in COVID-19 positive cases in the area and in towns very close by. The man who led the demonstration incited his over-enthusiastic followers to burn face masks and boxes in the middle of the street.

The presence of sheriffs and NYPD officers did not intimidate the mass crowd of people, of which only consisted of men. The presence of law enforcement also didn’t intimidate the crowd as they converged on a man trying to reason with the crowd to wear masks and beat him down to the ground and also chased a photographer down the street then surrounded him on the sidewalk and pinned him against the door of a building and knocked him down as he was trying to walk away from them. The presence of their district city councilman and the organizer of the demonstration and the mob on the street only enabled their recklessness as the latter yelled out to them that they were his soldiers. Nobody was arrested or even admonished by the NYPD, even when he went to report his attackers for beating him up and breaking his camera.

The next day, the mob leader went on social media and announced another demonstration against the lockdown order and repeatedly denounced a reporter while holding his picture up for his followers while calling them his soldiers to target him. Then during the demonstration, the massive assembly the organizer/general pinned the targeted journalist against the wall and they verbally and physically assaulted him. The mob attacked another reporter who was standing on a trailer trying to film the ruckus as the mob hit him with a pole then pounced and beat him up when he came down to the sidewalk.

The NYPD was nowhere to be found during this lynch mob attack and did not arrest anyone involved. Most conspicuously absent was the presence of the mass deployment of cops that was normally seen during the George Floyd protests and every other protest or public assembly or gathering in the past month (especially the ones where people are riding bikes)

Also missing was the arbitrary and ultraviolent aggression the cops utilize against them plus the kettling tactic, of which all these riotous revelers have already committed to do themselves.  What de Blasio’s and Shea’s NYPD did do instead was turn tail and run away when the mob got more riotous.

And it shouldn’t come as no surprise. In fact it was expected because the organizer Heschy Tischler proclaimed right in front of your city’s police force that he was good friends of the department, giving him and his “soldiers”  to feel like that they have their own set of laws and have the hubris to brag about it. It’s these cops pictured below with Heezy have permitted an actual anarchist jurisdiction in Borough Park while treating them like a sovereign state.

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Heezy, second from the left and three higher brass officers of the NYPD’s 66th Pct, also known as Fort Surrender. 

In Fort Greene, a man was shot to death on the grounds of the Ingersoll Houses from a fusillade of 10 bullets.

Also in Fort Greene, a man carjacked a livery cab driver’s vehicle with a shotgun.

Again in Fort Greene, a man shot another man in the groin on the street.

And again in Fort Greene, a boy was beaten and robbed of his cellphone by a gang in broad daylight.

And again in Fort Greene, a man got hoodwinked while trying to sell his upscale bicycle when he let a buyer test it and he rode away with it.

And again in Fort Greene, a food app delivery guy got sucker punched by a man while he was dropping off an order and he snatched his phone and got away with his accomplice on a ride share moped. Way to go Revel.

And again in Fort Greene, two men got into a street fight armed with a knife and a broomstick, leading to both men getting struck with their weapons of choice.

In Stuyvesant Heights, a man was shot in the foot during an altercation on the street.

In Bay Ridge, a man walking his dogs got into an altercation with another man on the sidewalk and then got shot to death following a heated argument with his killer.

In Dyker Heights, a man got shot to death inside a car by two men who he just gave a ride to. The suspects then got into a Mercedes that pulled up after they did the hit.

In Red Hook, two boys climbed over a fence of a school bus storage lot and hot wired one of the buses and tried to drive it out but couldn’t figure out how to maneuver them. They ultimately drove through the back gate and abandoned the vehicle. Although two other buses wound up getting stolen, so they might have been accompanied by adults. The boys who got caught by the lot manager claimed they were goaded into the heist by their father.

Also in Red Hook, a woman got shot in the shoulder from a stray bullet from a shootout nearby when she was going back to her car after a motorcycle riding lesson.

In Midwood, a man got killed while riding his bike after getting hit by a sportscar when he blew the red light.

Also in Midwood, a gunman shot at three men and hit them all in their legs in the middle of the street.

In Flatlands, a 2-month old baby was shaken to death by his father.

In Ocean Hill, a man got shot in the leg while he was having a street fight with another man.

In Clinton Hill, a man beat up a woman with a candle on the sidewalk.

In Coney Island, a man hopped a fence in front of a church and knocked over a statue, causing damage to it as it fell on the sidewalk. When a Samaritan tried to put it back, the vandal confronted him and they got into a street fight.

Also in Coney Island at the Surf Ave. Station, a man held up a woman with a box cutter on the platform and robbed money from her, then a week later another woman also got held up by a man with a boxcutter but she had nothing to give him and he let her be.

Again in Coney Island, two men robbed a livery cab driver at gunpoint when he arrived at the intersection thinking they were a fare.

And again in Coney Island, a man sneaked into a worksite and snatched a bunch of tools worth 3 grand.

And again in Coney Island, a man shot another man on the avenue in broad daylight.

And again in Coney Island, a man broke into a souviner store and stole hats and shirts emblazoned with the Cyclone roller coaster ride.

And again in Coney Island, a man got shot to death and two others got hit during a drive-by shooting.

And again in Coney Island, an off-duty cop crashed his car on the Belt Parkway while driving drunk.

In Canarsie, a man was shot to death on a street corner.

Also in Canarsie, a 15-year-old boy got shot in the leg on a street corner during a drive-by.

In Sheepshead Bay, Gerriston Beach, and Gravesend, a vandal damaged 18 parking meters by cracking the solar panels.

Also in Gravesend, two men beat up and robbed a man of his cellphone after one of thieves flashed a phony badge.

In Downtown Brooklyn at the Barclays Center Station, a woman caught a man trying to rob a backpack from a man sleeping on the D train and prevented the robbery by waking up the commuter. Then the thief kicked the woman from behind, knocked her to the floor and stomped on her head in front of other passengers, including the one she tried to wake up, who went back to sleep after she helped him. The psychopath got away for the time being when he transferred to the R train at Union St.

Also in Downtown Brooklyn at the Jay St./Metrotech Station, two men beat up and slashed a man on the A train.

Again in Downtown Brooklyn, a man shoplifted a thousand dollars worth of clothes and got away by sticking up a screwdriver at the security guard.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, a 65-year-old woman got slapped in the face by a man who walked by her on the sidewalk.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, two men broke into a coffee shop and stole 400 bucks.

In DUMBO, a man stabbed another man on the neck with a broken bottle during a street fight.

Also in DUMBO, a man attacked another man with a baseball bat to settle an argument at a park.

In Brooklyn Heights, a woman slashed a man with a broken bottle inside a hotel room.

Also in Brooklyn Heights, a 70-year-old man was assaulted by a man who twisted his arm inside a jewelry store.

In Bath Beach, two boys arguing over money escalated when one of them shot the other with a bb gun.

Also in Bath Beach at the N Ave. Station, a man stole a power generator left unguarded by the terminal.

Again in Bath Beach, an armored truck driver ran over and killed a 7-year-old girl while she was riding on her little scooter while crossing the street.

In Brighton Beach, a man randomly punched another man in the face while walking by him on the sidewalk.

Also in Brighton Beach, a man was shot in the face during an argument with a man in an SUV.

In Boerum Hill, a man grabbed a woman by her wrist and then stole her car.

In Dyker Heights, a man looking to sell his SUV met up with a buyer through craigslist and took it for test drive with him. When they stopped so the man could inspect the engine, his buyer hit the gas while he was standing over it and broke the seller’s legs and pelvis.

In Gerriston Beach, a 4-year-old boy got hit by a minivan while riding across the street on a scooter.

In Flatlands, a million dollars in cash was found by the FDNY when firemen that fell from the ceiling while they were chopping with axes while fighting a fire.

In Kensington, a man killed himself when he crashed his car into a tree.

In Prospect Park, a man got caught dumping 100 eels into a lake, but by a passerby and not Parks Police, because de Blasio made massive cuts to the Parks Dept.

In Weeksville, a man got shot in the butt in the middle of the block.

In Park Slope at the Union St. Station, a man got attacked by another man by the turnstiles after he decided to film him with his phone because he was not wearing a face mask on the train. Then the vector took his phone and smashed it on the ground.

Also in Park Slope, dozens of cops were deployed to a block and shut down a kiddie music concert while clad in riot gear and with their patrol vehicles flashing their lights for no apparent reason or justification for their militarized presence there.

Queens

In Sunnyside, a massive luxury car meet where drivers speed and rev their engines and pop their mufflers while hundreds of revelers blast music and get loaded at Home Depot parking lot and then engage in drag racing on the avenues, boulevards and backstreets has been disturbing the peace of and fomenting fear in residents in the area for a month. And has not seen one instance of repression from the NYPD despite over 30 111 calls to complain about the noise and pollution. Now is there any more doubts about a police slowdown in NYC?Also in Sunnyside, a man followed two women to an apartment building and beat them down, robbed a purse and then he rode away on an e-bike.In Jamaica, two teenage boys stole a car that the owner left idling and then crashed it into another car. A two week old baby was in the backseat.

Also in Jamaica, a dead man was found behind a building wrapped in a tarp.

Again in Jamaica, a man was shot three times on the boulevard and the gunman jumped in a car and got away.

And again in Jamaica, a man walked up to a group of men hanging outside while a wake was going on in a house and shot at all of them, killing one man and injuring another man.

And again in Jamaica, two men and two women were shot by a park at 5 in the morning.

And again in Jamaica,at the Sutphin Blvd. Station, a man gave a pandhandler 5 bucks then the beggar followed him on the F train and wanted more cash and then beat him up and stabbed him with a screwdriver and bailed at the next station.

And again in Jamaica, three men sitting in a courtyard got shot at in a drive-by.

And again in Jamaica, a man assaulted two men in their eighties on two city buses in two incidents and also stole their baseball caps.

And again in Jamaica, a man randomly attacked an off-duty cop who just stepped out of his car and then took his cellphone and destroyed it.

In Jamaica Hills, a man feigning to be having trouble with a coffee machine at a deli takes out a knife and stabbed a 67-year-old customer three times on his head, shoulder and torso when he was trying to help him. Then he stabbed the cashier in the chest and back and robbed the register of $40.

In South Jamaica, two men were shot in their arms during a street fight at 3 in the morning.

In Far Rockaway, a 17-year-old boy walked up to three people hanging out by an apartment building and shot them multiple times, hitting a man and woman in their legs and then chased the other man down the alley and shot one of them to death with a blast to his chest and injured the other by shooting his leg.

Also in Far Rockaway, a man walked up to another man sitting on a bench at a park, got into an argument with him and wailed punches on him and hit him with a bottle, then the other man grabbed a knife and stabbed him in the chest twice. Both men walked away staggering and bleeding and the stabbing victim died from his wound after collapsing in front of a nail salon.

Again in Far Rockaway, a man got shot to death on the street in front of an apartment building.

In Averne, a man was shot at and hit twice on the street.

In Rockaway Beach, a man was shot to death while sitting in his car when a man ran up to him and shot him point blank in broad daylight.

Also in Rockaway Beach, a sanitation worker assaulted his partner because he needed to take a piss or a shit.

In Belle Harbor, four men broke into a Dunkin’ Donuts and stole a $100 from the register.

In Edgemere, a man stabbed his wife to death in their apartment.

In Hollis, a man was shot to death during a drive-by while he was walking on the sidewalk.

In Astoria, a man made lurid advances towards a woman on the sidewalk and fled across the street when she took her celly out. Then the man walked back to her and grabbed her breasts.

Also in Astoria, a man broke the window of a jewelry store and stole everything off the display cases.

Again in Astoria, a man held up another man at gunpoint in a robbery attempt then let him be when the man said he was broke.

And again in Astoria, a man blew up his apartment with percursor explosive materials. When the cops arrived to arrest him and search for more they found manuals for setting off bombs and the FDNY discovered a crate with amonium nitrate powder and fuses after they doused the fire. So is this guy with Antifa or QAnon?

And again in Astoria, a man killed himself while rushing to make a food delivery order when he crashed his moped into a van that stopped for the stop sign at an intersection.

And again in Astoria, a man standing in the bike lane with his car spit on a woman on a bike from his window when he drove by her.

And again in Astoria, a man shot at a bodega worker because he wouldn’t hook him up with a free pack of smokes. Then he rode on the sidewalk on his motorcycle.

And again in Astoria, a gang of three men approached then surrounded a couple on the sidewalk and stole the man’s wallet after they threatened to whack him with a pipe.

In Woodside at the 61st St. Station, another rat bastard smashed a bunch of windows on the 7 train. The 18 that were damaged has resulted in a total of 500 windows that had to be replaced, as the MTA’s president is currently begging for $12,000,000,000 from the federal government and are now pinning their hopes on a Harris/Biden victory in November.It’s time for the city council to write up legislation to bring back stockades for these ratfucking vandals.

Also in Woodside, a woman threw a glass bottle at another woman jogging passed her and yelled racial slurs at her and threatened her to leave town and go to another continent.

Again in Woodside, a man got killed when he crashed his motorcycle into an SUV turning into an intersection.

In Long Island City, a man got shot twice inside a building at the Queensbridge Houses and died from his wounds.

Also in Long Island City, a man jumped a 62-year-old man from behind at a gas station, then put him in a chokehold and punched his face just to rob him of four bucks.

In Elmhurst, a man was found dead on the top steps of a basement entrance by a bodega.

Also in Elmhurst, a man was shot three times on the sidewalk following an argument with the gunman.

Again in Elmhurst, a man got killed by a hit and run driver while walking in the crosswalk of the L.I.E. exit.

In East Elmhurst, a man with mental problems and infected with COVID-19 ran away from security and the city’s tracer trackers at a hotel housing homeless people and tennis pros playing in the U.S. Open.

In Corona, a man grabbed a woman’s ass in front of her house while she was taking out the garbage.

Also in Corona, a man was found dead inside a hotel room.

Again in Corona, a 17-year-old boy got shot on the street during a drive-by.

In Jackson Heights, two men confronted another man by a park and shot him in the leg.

Also in Jackson Heights, a woman got killed by a stray bullet when she went to look outside her window when an

Also in Jackson Heights, a woman got killed by a stray bullet when she went to look outside her bedroom window when an

Also in Jackson Heights, a woman got killed by a stray bullet when she went to look outside her window as an argument between two men on the street in front of her apartment building woke her up in her bedroom. Prior to the shooting, one of the men was attempting to steal a moped off a pole with another man and then they both rode off on a moped on the sidewalk. It turned out that the shooter fired his gun at the apartment building to scare tenants who were watching the commotion going on outside.

In Briarwood, a man yanked a chain off a woman’s neck while she was walking on the sidewalk pushing her kid in a stroller.

In Forest Hills, a man was shot at twice while driving his car when a man jumped out on the street and aimed his gun at him.

Also in Forest Hills, a man stole a van containing charity food from a community center when the driver left it idling.

In Maspeth, an activist group aligning themselves with the Black Lives Matter movement protested in front of a house belonging to Ed Mullins to denounce systemic police abuse and his support for a fringe social networking collective and the house belonged to a man with the same name of who they were protesting against, who doesn’t even live in Queens.

Then they marched down the street on bikes while stealing American flags off residents houses along the way and burned them on the street. Then they went to a 9/11 memorial and yelled about an official in City Council.

In Forest Park, a gang of teenage boys rode their bikes on the golf course. When a 79-year-old groundskeeper caught them trying to take the flag off a green, the boys shoved him to the ground and caused him to die of a heart attack.

In Kew Gardens at the Jamaica Van Wyck Station, a woman was sexually molested when a man grinded into her from behind when she was going through the turnstile.

In Flushing, a woman collecting cans on the street to recycle for little amount of spare money got hit in the head by a stray bullet from a man shooting from a car nearby.

In Rego Park, a man wound up killing himself when he was speeding on the street on his motorcycle, then ran a red light and hit a woman crossing the street, causing him to fall off his bike and hit the ground running.

In Ridgewood, a man broke into six apartments in three weeks and stole over 24 grand in jewelry and cash.

In Fresh Meadows, a man broken into a construction lot and robbed three tires and drove away.

In Beechurst, two men having a dispute at a house party decided to take it outside, then one of them decided to win the fight by shooting the other man in the stomach The gunman fled the scene in his car.

In College Point, a man got shot to death while sitting in his car.

Also in College Point, a man beat up and strangled his girlfriend in house and when the cops arrived to respond to the domestic violence incident, he shot at them  with an AK-47 from the second and first floor windows multiple times and then surrendered when he ran out of bullets.

In Ozone Park at the 80th St. Station, a man and a boy ran up to the conductor’s window on the A train that arrived at the station and punched him in the face.

In Woodhaven, a woman smashed three windows on a city bus with a pipe after the driver bounced her out for fighting with another passenger.

In Howard Beach, a man killed himself when he crashed into a police car while speeding on his motorcycle.

Also in Howard Beach, a man got pulled over in his car by state troopers on the boulevard, then he hit the gas and crashed into a bank. The man was caught with heroin and a loaded gun.

Again in Howard Beach, a man killed himself by crashing his motorcycle into an SUV while speeding on the boulevard.

In Lindenwood, the body of a dead woman was found by a creek.

In Meadowmere, a man speeding while driving drunk lost control of his car and crashed through a fence and collided into a tree, killing a woman that was in the front seat with him.

In Murray Hill, two men broke into a house and robbed $5000 and a laptop after the resident just left it.

In Middle Village, NYPD detectives staking out a house for drugs got confronted by the suspect who came outside and flashed an assault rifle at them. They managed to arrest him with back up from federal agents.

In Wakefield, a man crashed his car into tree while speeding on the boulevard by the Belt Parkway, instantly killing his three passengers.

Also in Wakefield, a man and a woman both got shot on the avenue during a drive by.

In Springfield Gardens, a man was shot in the leg on the boulevard.

Also in Springfield Gardens, a man jumped into a car and stole it while a woman and her mother were loading it with groceries and 7-year-old boy in the back seat and his grandmother was still holding on to the door and being dragged on the asphalt.

Again in Springfield Gardens, a man wanted for shooting two people in St. Albans got caught by cops and led them on a pursuit in his SUV. While being ordered to surrender, the man comes out armed with two guns and gets into a shootout with the cops and dies instantly from the fusillade of returning gunfire, sealing his fate after writing about his refusal to get incarcerated again on his social media account.

On Rikers Island, violence and crime committed by inmates have rose over 280% and attacks against correction officers went up by 20%, even though the prison population is the lowest it’s ever been.

Bronx

In Eastchester, two men armed with guns ran into an auto dealership and got into a shootout with another gunman inside, as a stray bullet hit a man in the leg as he dived to protect his three children by taking cover behind a couch. The skells ran of the showroom still blasting. The man who got hit was there to buy a car for his wife and now is unemployed after he lost two jobs because of the injury that hardhead outlaw caused.

In Soundview, a man got run over by a hit-and-run driver while riding his bike.

Also in Soundview, a man walked up to another man on the sidewalk and shot him in the chest and then turned around and walked backed inside an apartment building and ditched his hoodie and put on a t-shirt to avoid recognition. The victim ran to a hospital where he died from his wounds.

Again in Soundview, a man was shot in the stomach from a drive by.

In Mott Haven, a man killed himself when he hit a man on a bike path with his e-bike and then fell on the ground from the impact. The rider was not wearing a helmet.

Also in Mott Haven, a man and a woman mugged an autistic man by beating him down to the sidewalk and then stealing his wallet and phone.

Again in Mott Haven, a man was shot in the leg and another man was shot in the groin on the streets in incidents 30 minutes apart from each other.

And again in Mott Haven, a fight between two men in front of a bodega led to one of them getting shot to death.

And again in Mott Haven, a man shot another man to death on the street and kept shooting him while he was on the ground.

And again in Mott Haven, a man with a gun barged into an apartment by kicking the door down and then fired a shot and hit an 8-year-old girl while her parents were in another room.

And again in Mott Haven, a three-year-old girl died from COVID-19 complications while under supervision of her grandfather who decided to take her to a hospital in Queens instead of one nearby in the Bronx. He exacerbated her ailing condition by stopping at a bodega on the way there. An essential thing missing from this tragic story is where she caught the novel virus.

And again in Mott Haven, two women were both hit by stray bullets from a shootout on the street while they were visiting a candlelit vigil at a public housing building nearby.

And again in Mott Haven, a man was shot at on a street corner and refused to give info to the cops at the hospital.

And again in Mott Haven, people dining outside had to duck and cover while two men engaged in a shootout right near them on the street.

In Highbridge, a man standing in the middle of the street tried to shoot a man off his motorcycle as he rode towards him in a robbery attempt.

Also in Highbridge, four men ganged up and beat down a man because he didn’t want buy their drugs. “Just say no” has not aged well.

Again in Highbridge, a man jumped out of car and shot at a man walking on the sidewalk and hit his leg as he ran away.

In Tremont, a man smacked a bodega worker in the face after he was told to wear a face mask.

In Norwood, a transvestite hooked up for sex on app with a man and then slaughtered him at his apartment with a machete.

Also in Norwood, a stray bullet broke through a bedroom window of an apartment that a teenage girl shares with her kid brother and younger sister.

In Hunts Point, a man was shot to death in front of his house only a few days after he finished serving time in a prison upstate.

Also in Hunts Point, a massive fire was set inside a junkyard.

In Crotona, a man shot a 17-year-old boy to death on the sidewalk in broad daylight during a gun battle between two gangs.

In Van Nest, a man getting into a street dispute with a group of other man turned his attention to another man who was standing nearby waiting for someone to pick him up from work and then he attacked him and threw him against a wall and beat him down to the ground. The victim was in the hospital for four days without his family aware of it.

In Wakefield, a man stepped out of a car, walked up to another man on a street corner and shot him to death in broad daylight.

Also in Wakefield, a man ran inside a bodega to hide from a gang chasing him, then shot at them when they approached the entrance, escalating into a shootout inside the store when another man ran in spraying bullets.

Again in Wakefield at the 241 St. Station, a homeless man threw a baby stroller on the tracks in between the cars of the 2 train then the conductor locked him inside the cars for the police’s arrival.

And again in Wakefield, a man was shot in the leg on a street corner.

In Belmont, two men waiting for a man to come out of a deli whacked him repeatedly with a stick and slashed his neck then stole his cellphone.

In Melrose, a man was shot on the street following an argument with the gunman.

Also in Melrose, a man got shot in the leg from a drive-by following a dispute with another man.

Again in Melrose, a man stepped out of a car that rolled up to three men hanging out in parking lot and shot them multiple times, killing one man with a blast to the head and critically injuring another by hitting him 7 times on his legs and groin area.

And again in Melrose, a man was stabbed to death on the middle of a block.

And again in Melrose, a man walked up to another man sitting in his car and held him up at gunpoint and forced him to give up his backpack. Then the gunman pistol whipped him, but left the safety off the gun causing it to discharge 3 bullets striking the victim twice.

In Mount Hope, a man snatched a chain worth $500 off a man’s neck inside of a grocery store.

In Claremont, a man was shot to death on a street corner.

In Longwood, a man arguing with another man escalated when his foe pulled out a gun and shot him in the head after chasing him down the street, causing the victim to die a day later.

In Morrisania, a man survived a shot to his head after having an argument with his shooter on the street.

In Morris Heights, a 63-year-old woman sitting in her car double-parked in the street while waiting for a parking space got punched in the face by a woman through the driver’s window and then she retreated back to her own vehicle Then a man showed up and yanked the victim out her car and threw her to the ground while she was writing up the plate as people witnesses the beat down gawked.

In Pelham Parkway, a man employed as a police officer for the Department of Homeless Services expecting to hook up with a teenage girl got caught in a sting by a social media vigilante who sets up child predators.

Also in Pelham Parkway, a woman got hit by a police car while she was finishing crossing the street. The cops were deployed to assist other cops on the Throggs Neck bridge in a traffic stop of a vehicle. The woman died from her injuries four days later; she was only twenty.

In Marble Hill, a man shoplifted over $100 worth of clothes from a department store and stabbed a security guard in the arm with scissors when he tried to stop him.

In Parkchester, a man mugged a 63-year-old man inside a bathroom at a department store by putting him a chokehold and taking 40 bucks from his pocket.

Also in Parkchester, two men sharing a motor scooter snatched the chains off the necks of a man and two women in a span of 90 minutes but failed to rip off a cellphone from another man. Then they rode to Inwood and snatched a chain worth 2 g’s from a man and then rode to Foxhurst and ripped off necklaces off of two more women.

In Throggs Neck, a man got shot in the leg from a drive-by.

In Fordham Heights, a 5-year-old boy was found walking on the streets at night without adult supervision.

Also in Fordham Heights, a man was caught storing pounds of meth, heroin and fentanyl inside his basement apartment

In White Plains, a cop who was suspended from the NYPD for stalking his girlfriend and posting inappropriate content on social media(?) was caught inside a restaurant and then arrested for possessing a gun.

Staten Island

In Mariners Harbor, two men got shot while sitting in a car during a gang hit, one of them getting killed. The dead man previously killed a man by running him over with a car during a gang brawl in front of a courthouse two years ago and a 68-year-old woman got killed by a stray bullet in a retaliation shooting by another man.

Again in  Mariners Harbor, a man got shot to death in front of his family following an argument with his killer who followed him home in his car after the two had a traffic dispute on the Staten Island expressway.

And again in Mariners Harbor,  a man got caught by cops on the street with a loaded gun. Probably preventing a third killing in the area days after two men got murdered on the same day.

In Concord, a man shot his son to death with a shotgun that he was holding while having a domestic dispute at his house in what he claimed was self-defense and an accident.

In West Brighton, a man shot his girlfriend in the leg on the street.

Also in West Brighton, a man attempting to hold up a bank with a note decided to give up and walk out.

Again in West Brighton, a man pulled over by cops who suspected him of attempting to pry an ATM from a bank with his SUV, hit the gas and then crashed his vehicle into a woman’s car at an intersection and then tried to carjack another vehicle but ran away when the cops arrived and then chased him down and arrested him.

In New Brighton, five men stole sodas from a bodega as one of them held up a worker at knifepoint.

Also in New Brighton, a man got shot to death in the middle of the street as he was about to attend a memorial for another victim of gun violence.

Again in New Brighton, shots went off in front of house after midnight.

And again in New Brighton, a man slashed another man in the face during an argument.

In West Brighton, a 17-year-old boy was shot at from another vehicle while he was driving his car.

In Grant City, a man got busted for dealing heroin and pills during a NYPD raid at his apartment

In Port Richmond, four shots went off on a street around 9 p.m.

Also in Port Richmond, two men fighting over money led to one of them getting stabbed in the shoulder.

Again in Port Richmond, a gang of four men ganged up on two men and stabbed them multiple times on the street.

In Stapleton, shots were fired by a dead end street, causing two teenage boys to run away.

In Rossville, a 79-year-old woman woke up in the early morning to find a burglar in her house, causing him to run out the door.

In Bulls Head , a man sneaked into a flower shop as it was closing and went to the cash register and was taking money from it when the manager caught him and locked the door behind him, trapping him inside. The captive thief pleaded with the manager to let him go and promised to put the money back, but still made off with $350 when the manager unlocked the door and let him flee.

Also in Bullshead, two men and a woman were shot at multiple times when a car passed by them as the passenger shot them with a paintball gun.

In Elm Park, a man stabbed his roommate to death on the porch of their apartment building during a fight.

In Greenridge, a man attacked a 61-year-old worker inside a bagel shop then went behind the counter and stuck a screwdriver up to another worker and punched him while robbing $8,800 from the cash register and from inside a cabinet.

Also in Greenridge, cops pulled over a man during a traffic stop and caught him with an unlicensed gun.

In Todt Hill, a man broke into a house and robbed car keys and bottles of booze while the family and the nanny was still there and then stole a BMW that was parked outside. The thief got caught by the cops when he got greedy and went back there to steal another luxury car.

In Charleston, a man punched another man in the face and knocked him to the ground during a rally supporting President Trump after he accused the victim of being affiliated with antifa.