Mayor de Blasio’s Fear And Loathing Of The Public Record

Journalists and citizens, this is what The Blaz thinks about you

Park Row, Downtown, Blue Room, City Hall, New York City, New York

Good day everyone on the call.

Not long ago, the NYC Council cronies ratified a bill into law that revoked the NYPD from issuing press credentials to journalists, a truly historically groundbreaking paradigm shift in city policy of what was a standard procedure for approving access to events, briefings and police crime scenes for decades. This came about after the NYPD basically sabotaged themselves last summer and in the following months when reporters became collateral damage as they got caught up in the throes of the NYPD’s overtly aggressive militaristic tactics battling and kettling protesters during last summer’s George Floyd protests and various BLM demonstrations and rallies that followed that have occurred in later months. Thanks to the menacing optics of a police state in NYC, it actually justified the necessity of this bill.

So now in a year’s time, the issuing of press passes will be approved by the officials inside the Mayor’s Office of Film And Television Movies And Entertainment. While it sounds progressive and better than having a law enforcement agency determining the qualifications of a news source and who they assign, in essence the determination of who is a journalist or not will be  mostly under the purview of the Mayor of New York City.

Why this is being brought up now is to illustrate what an actual danger this will be considering who is mayor as well as who the next mayor will be. And in the last week since this transfer of press duties was ratified, Mayor de Blasio is setting up a very dangerous precedent with his office’s recent actions regarding his daily briefings. Actually it even started days when the press cred bill was being written up.

Back in January, de Blasio put out a 25 minute b-roll video and passed it out as his State of the City address. Entitled “A Recovery For All Of Us”, the overarching theme of the video was about how the city will make a gloriously historic comeback from the pandemic, optically highlighting programs and policies that will be dispensed equitably that will return the city to normalcy (or at least a semblance of it). In the last 3 months since his office produced that feature, The Blaz has with persistent repetition brought up his “recovery for all of us” during his briefings, aligning his brand title with his self-proclaimed gold standard re-opening of schools and revival of city culture with the widening spread of vaccine distribution.

But The Blaz’s recovery, well the “recovery for all of us”, has hit some snags. The vaccine distribution has been not been as equitably distributed, as higher income neighborhoods have received the vaccine than lower income areas and the school re-openings have resembled more of a brown standard than gold according to frustrated parents and students. Then there was the sudden vanishing of the COVID case data map for three days after it revealed about 30 zip codes with over 15% of the population with positive cases, which revealed that even with hundreds of thousands of citizens inoculated, the contagion was still prevalent and persistent.

As for the contagion, COVID-19 as evolved to four different variants, including a New York strain for fuck’s sake. But it’s the UK strain that’s been the most stubborn as cases continue to plateau again in the five boroughs despite the prevalence of vaccines. What’s disturbing about these variants is how they mostly effect younger people.

About those vaccines, there’s been a little hitch there too, especially with Johnson and Johnson brands. If there wasn’t a problem with them being 30% less effective than the Moderna and Pfizer vacs, the Big Pharma corporation recently had to trash 15 million vaccines because they got mixed up with another brand at the warehouse building where both were being manufactured. It should be noted that the warehouse wasn’t even approved by the FDA.

The FUGAZIed vaccines presents a major quagmire for The Blaz, because he has been utterly dependent on these vacs for the recovery for all of us in New York City. And he was surely hedging his bets for them to correlate nicely with his recent decision to bring all his city employees working remotely from of their $2,500 studio apartments and back to the city offices in the merry month of May even though commercial office buildings still have to follow pandemic guidelines and keep staff levels low.

Somehow, having all city employees back in municipal buildings is tied to de Blasio’s recovery, along with his mission to revive NYC culture by having entertainment spring up on the streets and to open up Broadway by prioritizing vaccine access to theater workers and entertainers with mobile sites.

The Blaz has to explain how all this is going to work and because of his notorious proclivity for being secretive and unaccountable when it comes to his policies and decisions. When he does his weekday media availability (even that sounds Orwellian), it airs on the city’s station on Channel 25 and streams live on the Mayor’s Office youtube channel. Then the Mayor’s Office uploads the entire video to their channel not long after it’s done before noon. But on three recent uploads, de Blasio’s and even his crack quack health commission squad of Dr. Chokshi, Dr. Varma and Dr. Katz responses to questions regarding recovery and COVID cases were suddenly memory holed.

Fortunately, the Mayor’s Office website has the entire transcript of his daily briefings, which makes the butchering of these videos a fool’s errand (especially when the one giving the orders is a fool), but not necessarily moot because the video medium is still the one people go to and is easily available, so it makes sense from the standpoint of a scoundrel looking to cover his ass even though it won’t stop anyone from releasing his words in full. Like on this blog here.

All the statements and misinformation that the Blaz found too incriminating, contradictory, and/or stupid will be hyperlinked and written in bold type.

March 23rd

When Andrea Grymes of CBS New York asked him a basic question about his decision to bring his entire administration back to the office, de Blasio’s response was immediately abrupted and then it suddenly went to a zoom vid response from Health and Hospitals commissioner Dr. Mitchell Katz talking about vacs and then Dr. Chokshi telling us to wash our hands and distance for the millionth time.

Mayor: Great. Thank you. Go ahead, Andrea.  

Question: Thank you. And my other question, I know you’ve advocated for a slower reopening in certain sectors in the state, I’m curious why now you feel like it’s good to bring the office workers back, May 3rd, why now?  

Mayor: Different realities that I think need to be handled different. It’s a great question, Andrea. I – look, I believe we have proven, for example, with our schools we have the gold standard of health and safety, and now we have the CDC saying even further we can bring back more kids to our schools. And in fact, what our health care leaders always say, that’s in the interest of health of our children and our families, mental health, physical health, to get them back in school. I think with our public workforce, we need them to come back to their offices. We’ll make more impact that way. We’ll serve more people that way. I think they’ll send a powerful message to the city about our comeback as well, but there are some areas that need to be handled differently. Obviously, our health care team vehemently disagreed with the Governor and the State of New York on reopening fitness classes, which are very different than schools, very different than offices. Why? Because people are in the middle of exertion, physical exertion, they’re expending a lot of a breath. They’re not, in some cases going to be wearing masks, we all know that, or they’re going to have masks that have gotten wet and are not effective. They’re in small, enclosed spaces, that did not make sense, and I hope that we’ll be reconsidered. Equally, I’ve said the other day, we’ve gone far enough on indoor dining. Thank God, you know, one thing I’m very proud of, we have outdoor dining for every restaurant that wants to take advantage of it. We’re – there’s takeout and delivery and restaurants up to 50 percent. That’s enough to keep everyone safe. Again, a setting where people take off their mask because they’re eating and drinking, special limits and carrier needs to be taken there, while we see what happens with the next weeks as we deal with some outstanding questions like the variants. So, it really depends on the specific activity and how you can apply the health and safety measures to it. That’s my quick overview. I just want to see if Dr. Chokshi wants to add anything?  

Commissioner Dave Chokshi, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene: Sir, nothing to add to what you’ve said.   

Mayor: Okay, great. Thank you. Go ahead.  

The only time the Blaz actually answered Ms. Grymes question about lifting restrictions for city office workers during his blathering talking point dominated response was a bunch of distinguished theories about exerted breath emissions in gyms and restaurants which was as ludicrous and dangerous as his imbecilic theory that the virus spreads more in upstate New York than in Manhattan as the pandemic was starting a year ago. Dr. Chokshi, who has been quite a reliable patsy defender for Hizzoner’s pandemic decisions, wisely decided to not to legitimize the Blaz’s epidemiological brain farts. Chokshi will need a new job once the Blaz is gone on Jan. 1.

Not only did de Blasio keep Grymes question off the video record, but his aides also deleted questions from three other reporters and 7 other de Blasio responses, including responses from Dr. Varma and Dr. Chokshi. At least 20 minutes of public information regarding the pandemic and the Mayor’s recovery plan were redacted. Starting with Micheal Gartland, City Hall reporter of the NY Daily News, who inquired about the Mayor’s brand new Racial Justice Commission. It should be pointed out here that the majority of questions here focus on this addition to the already oversaturated bureaucracy that’s in de Blasio’s administration.

Moderator: Next up is Michael from the Daily News.   

Question: Good morning, Mr. Mayor.  

Mayor: Hey Michael, how are you, been?   

Question: I’m good. Thanks for getting me in with the questions this morning. I wanted to ask you a question about the commission, and this is where you and Jennifer Jones Austin. Jennifer talked about the need to dismantle systems that enable racism. So, my question is, you know, in city government, what are the systems that enable racism? What do we need to dismantle here and how do we go doing that?  

Mayor: Well, you’re asking the giant question, Michael, that in fact is the reason we need this commission. I’ll turn to Jennifer for her views, but I’ll just start by saying this is historic work, historic because it’s never been attempted anywhere in the country on this scale before, but historic also because it requires looking at the big picture in a way that we just don’t do in the day-to-day work of government. A piece of this equation you saw recently in the work that Jennifer and her colleagues did working with the NYPD, a very important beginning, and I commend Commissioner Dermot Shea, who, you know, and his speech at the greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce issued a formal apology for the institutional racism that had existed in the NYPD and still needs to be weeded out, and obviously, in the letter that he wrote accompanying the second reform report. This is something that you’ve never seen before from a police commissioner. I think it was a very important contribution that was accompanied by a whole host of tangible reforms to address issues, not just structural racism, but a host of issues. I think that is an indicator of the shape of things to come. The commission’s going to look at everything. So, I said, every city agency, the work of the city, the City Charter itself, but they’re also going to invite in the private sector, cultural sector, the academic sector, that they can participate and step forward with their own acknowledgements and their own action plans and work with the commission on that, which I think is another really exciting part of this work. So, I think, you know, hugely important mission that this commission will now shape together and then bring to the people of this city. Jennifer, you want to add?  

Chair Austin: Yes, I very much appreciate the question and I very much appreciate your response Mayor. You know, we, we don’t yet know all that we need to know, but what we do know is that in this nation, time and time again there have been laws, there have been policies, practices that have been designed and implemented. And while, sometimes at face may not seem to be racist or discriminatory in nature, the impact is all – points to racism at every turn. And so, what we’re going to be doing is looking at our laws, our policies, our practices, the systems that hold these laws, policies, and practices up and trying to really get at what is, you know, is it the design that is problematic? Is it the law in itself? How do we need to message it or do things differently so that the outcomes, the impact that results, is not disparate, is not discriminatory? Much work to be done, but we have enough evidence in places and spaces here in New York City and around the nation that tells us this is the work we need to do.  

Mayor: Thank you. Go ahead, Michael.  

Question: That, and I have a question on the May 3rd reopening. You know, I understand that the commission is tasked with kind of identifying these things, but you know, these systems, I mean, it seems like you do have some sense of what they are, and I’m wondering if, you know, is there a reluctance to kind of talk about them on the front end to get more information or can you just kind of share some sense of where you think you’ll be focused on, you know, their particular laws or policies in general you know, that you’re looking at kind of taking on, and then I have another. 

Mayor: Yeah, no, Michael, this, respectfully, is your second question, so, let’s stay there, and we can, you know, the team will follow up with you on other matters. The – look, here’s what I’d say, if you look across city agencies, you will see issues have been raised by leaders, by community members for a long time. We all know a lot of work went into changing the composition of the Fire Department. That work needs to deepen. We all know there’ve been real issues with the Department of Education, ensuring diversity at all ranks of the department, looking at the curriculum. Even something you might not think about at first blush, but it’s been in the news a lot lately. How we go about preserving the city’s history, the work of our Landmarks Preservation Commission, but ensuring it is focused on everyone’s history, you know, the folks who built this city, the communities of color that often were left out of previous official histories. It really is across all areas. So, there’s not, again, there’s not a litmus test. There’s not a preexisting mandate to act on this specific issue. This commission has got a lot to do, but its job is to look across the whole city government to look at the very foundational document of the city, which is our charter. But again, also to invite in non-city actors to join in this effort and to work on their own issues with us as well, and I think a lot of people are going to want to be a part of this, Michael, I think this is historic. It’s the right moment in history where people need to come to grips with this, and this is going to be the vehicle to do it. Jennifer, would you like to add? 

Chair Austin: I will simply add that we’re moving into this and we’re doing this work because we know as you just pointed to that, there are examples that can be done here and there that have devastated communities, individuals, families, and so we have enough of what we’ve experienced to help us appreciate the importance of leaning in, but there is no, there’s no report that’s yet been written that is not yet being surfaced. That’s not what we’re doing here, and we are going to remain as open as we possibly can so that we don’t miss critical issues.  

Apparently, going by these opaque responses, this racial justice commission has no plan and no indications of how to determine what’s can be construed as racist. But plenty of answers on how the implementation of this plan is so historic.

If there is an indication of why the Blaz and Ms. Austin thinks the city needs this commission now and will be able to crack down on internecine racism in civic and government services, it’s obviously tied to the Blaz’s order to lift COVID restrictions and fill up municipal office space again, as if this racial justice commission can’t stop racism on zoom for a few more months.

Now back into the memory hole as he fields then will later vanish questions from Steve Burns from WCBS880 who brings up the Blaz’s contradictory and health risky May reopening and the extremely belated arrival of the racial justice commission.

Mayor: Go ahead.  

Moderator: We have time for two more. First, we’ll go to Steve from WCBS Radio. 

Question: Hey, good morning, Mr. Mayor, how are you?  

Mayor: Good, Steve, how you been?  

Question: I’m alright. First on the return to work here. I take it, there’s some amount of signaling and messaging here as well to New York’s larger business community that it would be okay to bring their workers back as well, that the city is doing it. How amenable or flexible do you think they’ll be, given we just saw the Partnership for New York City survey saying half of workers still won’t be back by September, still going to be a lot of hybrid working, if you will, going forward. How flexible do you think, and do you hope, New York’s broader workforce will be based on what the city is doing here?  

Mayor: It’s a great question, Steve, first of all, I mean, we saw in the news earlier today about Morgan Stanley bringing back a lot of its workforce. You’re seeing more and more of these announcements. I think we should separate the question of, you know, blending and hybrid of in-office and remote work. I think you are going to see every company approach that differently, how much they need their folks full-time in the office, part-time in the office, some days, other days, you know, that every different company is going to work out. Let’s put that question aside. I think the question I would focus on that you raise is, are folks ready to start bringing back the workforce in whatever way makes sense, as quickly as possible? I certainly want to encourage that. We’re going to have five million people vaccinated by June. I think for a lot of companies they’ll make that decision to act in the next few months. I think a lot of other companies are going to wait until September as the natural inflection point with schools coming back fully, et cetera. But what we do see is this issue is now on the front burner, Steve. Companies are now seeing it’s time to come back. It’s time to recognize that there’s progress happening, and it’s going to help companies to do their work, and it’s going to help surrounding communities to have those workers back and it’s going to help small businesses. So, I think you’re going to see a lot more of that in the coming next few months. Go ahead, Steve. 

Question: Thanks for that. On the Racial Justice Commission here. This is a concept that I remember you raised almost a year ago now during the protests, and now that it’s coming to fruition here, you know, nine months later. So, the process means it’ll fall to the next mayor to implement this and inherit this. Is there a reason why there was such a delay here to make this so that it falls to the next mayor to really see the results here? 

Mayor: I don’t – I appreciate the question, but I wouldn’t agree with the way of framing it. So, this Commission, we’re going to set it up, that they can continue their work through this year and if they choose to into next year, and I think whoever the next mayor is, is going to value this work, and certainly look at these extraordinary leaders who are part of this Commission. But the Commission plans on by the end of the year, doing a report, and at that point, determining what steps they’re recommending initially. They, again, can easily continue that work. There’s a lot to do here that could play out over multiple years, but they will have a body of work this year and the ability to send items to the ballot. So, I have no question in my mind, you’re going to see a lot of high-impact work, and then I would advise in advance, since we don’t know who the next mayor is going to be, I would advise them to take this model and keep running with it because this is work that we need to do until the mission is done, and I wouldn’t be surprised if that’s worth putting several years of effort in to. 

It has been suspected for quite some time that Mayor Big Slow is just biding his time until his term is up and also that his programs were designed for the next mayor to take over (like his affordable housing ruse program) and it’s clear that this was the plan for this commission too, which seems like another ruse and an excuse for de Blasio to have allies in house when the new mayor is elected. (Unless that mayor is a Republican).

The whole thing, for lack of a better term, looks like a shit sandwich and smells like it. And it sure sounds like Henry Goldman of Bloomberg News caught a whiff of the stench too in his last questions that were annihilated from the public record

Moderator: Last, we’ll go to Henry from Bloomberg.  

Question: Mr. Mayor, how are you doing today?  

Mayor: Hey, Henry, how you been?  

Question: I’m good. I guess my question is very similar to the last question. But I would also frame it differently than either one of you, which is –  

Mayor: Yeah, Henry, that is you being yourself right there. (Such a snotty, classless dig)

Question: I guess so. In 2013, you ran this campaign that was on this whole insight that economic inequality is one of the central issues with not the issue of our time, and now it’s 2021, and we’re getting a commission to identify the areas in which economic and racial inequality has kept society’s foot on the neck of people of races other than white races. So, I’m just wondering, given the fact that this was central to your reason for running for office, why are we getting this commission at this late date? 

Mayor: Henry, you know, we, here’s, here’s the summation of how I’ve followed through on the vision of attacking the tale of two cities. We have redistributed now tens of billions of dollars to working people and communities of color. We fundamentally changed education with Pre-K for all, and now 3-K. Fundamentally changed the approach to affordable housing. You go down the list of things, obviously the police reforms, you know, that work followed through on the initial vision that I brought to office, but what has happened in the meantime is a deeper understanding of the fact that institutional and structural racism require not just a set of policy changes or not even individual and profound acts of redistribution, but the entire structure now has to be questioned, and as I said, right down to each agency in the city government, each major institution of our society, and the city charter and the city’s laws itself – this is a deepening of the original mission, and as we’ve done this work, I think I’ve certainly been satisfied, the impact of each major policy change that really is reaching, you know, hundreds of thousands or millions of people. But I also become more and more convinced that we have to look at the entire structure and identify even more profound changes. So, I think this commission will do it. It’s obviously the first in the nation. I think it will be a model for other places in the country, and I also think it’ll be really tough work because it’s never been done before, but I have faith that this group of people will find a way forward for us. Go ahead, Henry. 

Chair Austin: May I just add one thing to that. 

Mayor: No, please. I’m sorry, Jennifer. My apologies. 

Chair Austin: I just want to add that, I mean, we all know, we all are appreciating more and more that structural and institutional racism in this country has been in, has been in place and has been built upon now for better than 400 years. To even begin to suggest that in seven years we would dismantle it in its entirety – you know, we can’t get into that. We can’t get into that. We need to center on what needs to be done in this moment to deepen our work, to look at these structural barriers, that even when we put new policies and initiatives in place will not get us where we ultimately need to be, and so this needs to be a time where we are building on the significant work that has been done and not getting too much into well did we not do enough, or did we not do the right thing? 

This Miss Austin is quite a character. She’s seems more adept at running protection for the mayor, herself and this commission they concocted at the last minute than solving racial justice. But what’s interesting is how she weasels an excuse about how you can’t solve 400 years of racism in 7 years, but apparently it’s possible in 7 months and change. And in the hopes of another 4 years if the mayor they want to win emerges victorious.

Mayor: Thank you. Go ahead, Henry. 

Question: Okay, I mean, I don’t want it to really be literate, but a few years ago I was, you know, in front of the Justice Department and the demonstration, and 98 percent of the people who surrounded me weren’t aware that it was structural racism that was causing a lot of this country’s problems and inability to confront things. Maybe it was 97 percent, I don’t know.  (Shaaaaade)

But here here’s my second question. It has to do with the stubbornness again of these positivity rates and infection rates, and it seems out of whack with this sense of optimism and reopening. We had Scott Gottlieb pointing out that there are all these ZIP codes with over 15 percent positivity in New York City. I counted 30 with 10 percent or more or rounding off 10 percent or more. So, given this state of affairs and the fact that the data is still coming in slow, we’re three days behind instead of two, why isn’t there a greater sense of concern and worry that the infection rates are not coming down as sharply as you would think they should be? 

Mayor: It’s a – I know your questions with a full heart Henry, but I do think there’s an editorial component. There’s plenty of concern, plenty of vigilance, and I don’t know anyone who worries more all day long than our health care team. I’m going to turn to them, I’ll turn to in order and in just a second, Dr. Varma, Dr. Katz, Dr. Chokshi, but I want you to hear from them the way they’re seeing the current situation. We are watching all that data all the time, and we’re listening to different voices. Although, as you know, Henry, there’s different voices in the medical field and in academia that have different views and you take each one in, but you can’t treat anyone as gospel. I think that the three health care leaders that you hear every day from this gathering have led us through this war with extreme ability, and I really appreciate all their efforts and I would summarize it this way: everyone’s watching the data constantly. There’s a strong sense of vigilance. There’s real concern about the variants, but we do see progress unquestionably, and we also are watching the steady pace of vaccination. We know it’s about to uptick intensely and we believe that’s the most critical factor. So, we’re making decisions about what can be moved with all that in mind, but we’re also saying some areas where we don’t think there should be changes or needs to be a different approach. So, it’s really, I think pretty fine-tuned, but let me do in order. Dr. Varma, then Dr. Katz, then Dr. Chokshi on each have their own view of the state of play. Go ahead, Dr. Varma.  

Senior Advisor Dr. Jay Varma: Yeah, thank you very much for the question Henry and I think I would just really try to emphasize, I mean, we speak on these press conferences every day, and if there is a one thing that we are absolutely consistent in, is that we are deeply concerned about the fact that the rates of infection have not declined as dramatically as they should be. It’s the reason we raise caution about people participating in indoor activities, it’s the reason we released, you know, a very extensive guidance on how to die in safely for people that choose indoor dining, and the reason we keep emphasizing how important it is for people to be observing the importance of masks, distancing, hand-washing and frequent testing, and then of course, getting vaccinated as soon as possible.  

Now, that is absolutely what we’re concerned about right now, and we think that there’s a real critical importance for people to maintain that vigilance over the next several weeks and possibly a bit longer. At the same time, we also know the effectiveness of these vaccines. We know the effectiveness from clinical trials. We know the effective this from real world lived experience looking at the UK, looking at Israel, looking at other selected datasets where individual populations have been vaccinated. So, we also know that even though we need to be incredibly persistent right now, there is promise on the horizon, and so it certainly does make sense to plan for a future that will be better while at the same time also recognizing that you need a plan B – if things don’t go the way you want, you need to redirect, and so that’s the way we’re looking at it right now, and I just really do want to emphasize that we want people to get the message that now is not the time to let up. But there will be a time, some point in the future and we have a pathway to get there. 

Mayor: Thank you, go ahead, Dr. Katz.  

President and CEO Mitchell Katz, NYC Health + Hospitals: Yeah. Dr. Varma has done such a great job. I don’t have a lot to add other than to say that there’s been unanimity among your health experts. We talk to each other every day, we support each other. We believe in the work we’re doing together. I’m very pleased to see decreases in the number of deaths and decreases in the number of patients who are seriously ill and require ventilation, and I believe that is because of the success of the vaccines. I believe that once we’re able to vaccinate the entire population you’ll see that the cases themselves begin to decrease more dramatically, but as a physician, of course, the thing I’m most worried about is losing life or people having prolonged hospitalization, and I’m glad that the vaccines are so effective at preventing that, even when there are variants the vaccines still are effective at decreasing the severity of this disease. Thank you, Mr. Mayor.  

Mayor: Thank you, and now, Dr. Chokshi.  

Commissioner Chokshi: Yes, thank you, and thanks for the question Henry which I appreciate you know, what I would just add is that this is not something inexorable that is happening to us. This is something that we as New York City have a lot of agency with respect to how we can continue the fight against COVID-19. All of the things that you’ve heard us say that we know works with respect to beating back the virus masking distancing, handwashing, getting tested, getting vaccinated when it’s your turn. Those are the things that will help us in what is ultimately, you know, a tug of war between nature and New Yorkers, and in that match, I’m going to bet on New Yorkers because we’ve shown that we can do the things that do work with respect to curbing the spread of COVID-19. Now is the time for us to recommit to do that, to hold on so that we can make that the homestretch of what has been a marathon for the city. 

Mayor: The very quotable Dr. Dave Chokshi – tug of war between nature and New Yorkers, we’re betting on New Yorkers. Thank you, I agree, Dr. Chokshi, and look, as we conclude today, everyone – I’m betting on New Yorkers too. I’m betting on New Yorkers all the time, and that is a bet that we win regularly

Evidently, the Blaz and his media minions in the Mayor’s Office didn’t find Dr. Varma’s and half of Dr. Katz’s responses about the rise in variants and hospitalizations worth quoting for video viewing. Nor Hizzoner’s talking point gaslighting in this clip. Dr. Varma clearly points out the still prevalent risks of having normal capacity in the workplace and other indoor venues and clustering with the pandemic’s resurgence which de Blasio’s May order for his administration coming back to offices clearly, irresponsibly and hazardously conflicts with. The fact that de Blasio is willing to undermine his own doctors advice by cutting them out of the conversation on the city’s youtube channel is about as dangerous as Trump telling people to stick a syringe of bleach into your lungs.

And just like how a serial killer can’t stop after he/she kills one person, de Blasio and his minions continued to strike reporters questions and the mayor’s incriminating moron responses and gaslighting about the pandemic off the video record.  And the Blaz does it again to Henry Goldman question about the city’s case data and to Dr. Varma, his senior health advisor of the COVID response and recovery and as well as to the other poor saps of his health commission, striking their responses from the public record with bolts of narrative control lightning.

March 30

Moderator: Next is Henry from Bloomberg. 

Question: Hello, Mr. Mayor, how are you doing today? 

Mayor: I am doing well, Henry. How’ve you been? 

Question: I am good. Baseball season is just days away. 

Mayor: Days away. It’s palpable. It’s in the air, Henry. 

Question: The Red Sox first loss of the season just days away. (Lolz)

Mayor: Ouch, Henry. That’s awfully personal, Henry. Let’s just be a – what’s the word I’m looking for – a good loser, a good winner, not a sore winner, whatever it is. 

Question: All right. Well, my first question is really, you know, these numbers are very stubborn on infection rates, positivity. I’ve asked this question a million times and others have too, but has the City’s priorities shifted toward really caring about hospitalization and death rather than looking at the numbers of cases and the positivity rate? Are those indicators really kind of falling by the wayside, as vaccinations increase? What is the reality here? 

Mayor: It’s a great question. You know, you have raised it and I think I felt like we spoke to this over time, but it’s good to come back to it. I think there was a, and I’ll turn to Dr. Varma and Dr. Chokshi, and I also will get Dr. Long in this because of the experience that we’re seeing in Health + Hospitals, which is really, really important to your question.  

Henry, simply put, job one has been to save lives, from the very beginning. We knew in the beginning what we didn’t know, right? COVID was so new, the approaches in the hospitals just weren’t ready and the immense stress on the hospital system, and, and we were trying with everything we could to just keep the hospital system able to tend to people and save lives. But when we got a year later to the point where the hospitals, the medical world had really learned a lot more about how to address COVID, we saw a very different reality. We saw people go into the hospital and come out alive much more often, thank God, and we did see the number of deaths go down and we saw very, very different reality, and that’s the most important thing, is saving lives. We take seriously the case numbers, for sure. We want to drive them down, and the best tool to drive him down is vaccination, and then the next best thing is all the following all the guidance that that health team has given. That still is overwhelmingly what New Yorkers are doing. So, I think we take both seriously, but undoubtedly, we start with, you know, saving lives and avoiding the kinds of hospitalizations that mean someone’s going through a really, really tough time. So, Dr. Varma, Dr. Chokshi, Dr. Long, just let’s do lightning round, but give your quick responses. 

Senior Advisor Varma: Yeah, I mean, this is obviously – it’s a very hard and difficult topic to discuss, but let me just say a few really quick points. One is, you know, Henry, as you know, none of these indicators is absolutely perfect and that’s why we have always emphasized the importance of looking at all of them together, and as you note, this is –we are at a very high plateau that we want to get down from, and there are ways to get down from that, (ZAP!!!) and one is to make sure that people continue to do all of those personal measures that are important. Number two, they get vaccinated when it’s their turn, and number three, they continue to get tested and to observe you know, the precautions, if they do take risks or, you know, enter into the situation where they’re traveling or something to continue to emphasize those precautions, particularly in those higher risk scenarios.  

I think the second point is that, you know, one of the most effective ways that we can prevent death is through vaccination. I think what has really been consistent throughout all of the different vaccines has been the remarkable impact that they have on hospitalizations and deaths. So, we absolutely to continue to prevent infection through all the methods that we know, but we also know that the vaccines are going to be very effective at that more severe outcome. 

Mayor: Thank you. Dr. Chokshi. 

Commissioner Chokshi: Thank you, Mr. Mayor. I’ll just add briefly you know, as the Mayor said, our job at the end of the day is to save lives and prevent suffering, and that’s why we do look at hospitalizations and deaths so closely and carefully and deploy all of the strategies that Dr. Varma mentioned to try to prevent those numbers from rising, and you know, we see the numbers every morning. We think about them not just as epidemiologists or, you know, from the mathematical perspective, but the very human suffering that is behind each of the 2,600 people who are hospitalized across New York City as of today. But that leads to the other part of your question, which is we do look at cases and test positivity because those are also related to avoidable suffering that we are trying to prevent. Cases and test positivity in particular, are often the leading indicator, meaning we have a beat on what’s happening sooner when we see the trajectory of those numbers. So, we look at all of them together but they inform, at the end of the day, the strategy that we have to try to avoid those outcomes that we take so seriously. 

Mayor: Thank you, and Dr. Long, you can speak for what’s happening in the hospitals directly. 

Executive Director Ted Long, NYC Test & Trace Corps: Yeah, thank you, sir. So, Henry going back to the last March and April, I was on the front lines of our hospitals where we quadrupled the size of our ICU’s. We cannot go back to that. So, what we’ve done here, with respect to the second wave in the city, is we’ve sought to delay and diminish the number of cases that we’re seeing here in the second wave, if you will, and that’s resulted in us being able to save lives, but also importantly, to Dr. Chokshi’s point, keeping our hospitals going so they can continue to provide the excellent care that we know that they can. Through our second wave, we actually have had in New York City, one third fewer per capita that’s of New Yorkers think compared to the rest of the country, and that’s because again, New Yorkers came together, wore their masks. 96 percent of the time we’re reaching every single new case from a contact-tracing perspective. 
Now we’re doing more testing than almost any other country in the world. Those things came together to delay the onset of our second wave, diminish its peak, and that resulted in saving lives, and in particular, by keeping our hospitals going. You walk into the door of any of our hospitals now at Health + Hospitals, it looks different than it did last March and April. And it will continue to look different because of what New Yorkers do and are willing to sacrifice every day. Now, on a note of cases, I just want to make the point that it’s not an issue of whether cases are more important than hospitalizations and deaths, but rather it’s Dr. Chokshi’s point, they serve a different purpose. Where we see cases going up, that enables us to strategically deploy our resources. We see cases going up, testing going down in the community. I, and Test and Trace, have 40 mobile units, all of which have rapid testing capabilities. 20, soon to be 40 mobile units, with vaccines. We can deploy our resources where we need to, and that also helps us to break chains of transmission and save lives. Thank you.  

Mayor: Thank you, Ted. Go ahead, Henry. 

Question: Okay, thanks. Here’s a question that is kind of weird. It’s – Mr. Yang took a shot at you yesterday, not a vaccine shot, but kind of, he threw some shade on your administration. And in the course of enunciating one of a bunch of policies in which he seems to be sort of either uninformed or off, just not factually correct. For example, he wants you to declare a subway fare holiday which would mean taking money out of the City treasury to pay people, literally, to take the subway, which as we all know, is a State-run facility. He’s also asked you, or demanded really, that you not spend all of the federal relief money in one year when we know that it’s going to be dispersed at least over two years. He’s also called the City’s reserves, a rainy day fund [inaudible] that the State law prohibits the City from establishing a rainy day fund, and he’s called on you to tax Columbia and NYU, they can pay property taxes, and we know that that would require a State action to do that. And so, my question to you is, you know, obviously, you know, the whole history of the City is that incumbent mayors don’t get involved in the politicking for the person who’s going to succeed him or her. But he also has called for spending a billion dollars out of the City treasury on 500,000 people who would receive basically $167 a month. So, in giving all of these policies that really either run a [inaudible] of what you’ve done or are really impossible under State law, do you feel an obligation as the incumbent, as the mayor, as somebody who has spent the last seven plus years dealing with these issues to somehow set the record straight and inform the front runner, or at least the population of New York City, that these ideas would take a heck of a lot of work to implement if not being impossible? 

Mayor: I appreciate the question. I certainly would just say to everyone, we for years worked very hard to shed light on the fact that the State runs the MTA. I just want to pull out that one piece. I think it’s really important. Early on in my administration, I would go to town hall meetings and there was obviously – people would raise concerns about the subway, and I would ask them, you know, who runs the subways and there’ll be a lot of confusion. You know, Henry, the MTA was set up purposefully decades ago in part to create that confusion purposefully, to keep accountability from residing in any elected official. Well, obviously over the years, the State became the one place where decisions were made about the MTA controlling the leadership, controlling the budget. And I think we did a good thing in these last years by clarifying that, really creating accountability. 

Typical of the disingenuous Mayor to call for lightning round answers from three doctors responsible for the health and safety for all citizens regarding the steady rise in COVID cases and then strike them down with narrative control bolts like Zeus with a thin skin. Funny thing, is that they didn’t answer Mr. Goldman’s question either and responded with a bunch of obvious takes not much different than de Blasio’s.

Also notable and truly sad is how the Blaz’s media minions wiped out Henry’s question and de Blasio’s wishy washy answer about Andrew Yang’s platform proposals in an attempt to make the dilettante neoliberal candidate and his ideas not only irrelevant but non-existent.

Now here’s where de Blasio’s video redactions start to resemble a serial killer’s pattern, as another media availability upload a week later had minutes erased. And whether it’s coincidental or even personal considering the dig against the Red Sox, the mark getting suppressed again is Henry Goldberg.

April 6

Question: Thank you. Another question, Mr. Mayor, was about the Cleaning Corps. you just announced. I’m wondering, does this differ at all from what the city does, for example, during snow days and hiring workers? is this like a temporary sort of job? I’ve heard some concerns expressed about hiring during the pandemic and whether that is the best use of the stimulus money. So, are these going to be long-term hires or are they temporary hires? Could you give a little more details about the status of these folks –  

Mayor: Yeah, Jeff, these – it’s different than what we do on, you know, that very, very temporary basis. This is for the remainder of the year and we’ll assess obviously toward the end of the year, but the goal is for the year 2021 to maximize the cleanup really, you know, roll out the red carpet all over this city that the city’s coming back. We definitely saw more littering on sidewalks, you know, during the pandemic, we got to clean that up. We saw some more graffiti, we got to clean that up. We got to get to where we were before the pandemic and even better to really foster a recovery for all of us. So, the goal here is hire as many people as possible, as quickly as possible for employment in 2021 and only 2021, and then as we get to later in the year, we’ll assess what makes sense to do going forward.  

Moderator: The next is Henry from Bloomberg.   

Question: Hello, Mr. Mayor, how are you doing?   

Mayor: I’m good, Henry, how you been?   

Question: I’m good. Very good. Thank you. I wanted to ask you about the State Budget. It appears that the Governor has gotten his way, and there’s a $1.3 billion item in there to support this expansion of Penn Station which will involve using eminent domain, there’s a lot of local opposition to it. The local Council people are opposed to it, and it appears that the State can overrule any local land use oversight on this. What’s your feeling about this?  

Mayor: Henry, I want to check the latest because that’s not what my understanding was as of late yesterday. What the Governor proposed is a mistake. It’s not that Penn Station isn’t an important area for the city, it is, and I certainly believe we need more development as part of how we come out of this pandemic, but it has to be the right kind of development. It has to be with communities, not against communities. It has to include the voices of communities. It has to respect what people need in a community and achieve something for that community and not just be a giveaway to big developers. So, the Governor’s plan was very developer friendly, not community friendly. Last I heard the legislature was taking measures and steps to create balance, and I want to get the latest on that. We absolutely need that kind of balance when it comes to Penn Station. Go ahead, Henry.  

Question: Okay. Well, I’m probably going to want to hear from your staff your reaction when you find out the latest on this. My second question, I guess, has to do with the unions concern about schools that a lot of the new infections are occurring in young people, they’re occurring in school age people, partly probably because they’re not vaccinated, but for the teacher’s union and other people who are in the schools, they think this raises the risk that the schools could still be a vector for infection despite how well the schools have been able to prevent that from happening. What is your view on that?  

Mayor: Well, I’ll turn to Dr. Varma and Dr. Chokshi, but I would say this just to put in perspective. I’m really struck by what Dr. Chokshi said yesterday, after 700,000 tests in our public schools. I think the composite figure was 0.57 percent positivity. That’s just night and day compared to, you know, everything else happening in New York City. I mean, they have been the safest places in the city, continually, well before people were vaccinated. Further, we now know that over 65,000 school employees have been vaccinated, and more getting vaccinated every day. So, even with the challenge of the variants, I think we are clearly doing very well in the schools, and in fact, our position gets stronger all the time as more and more people get vaccinated. So, I would say, I think regardless of some recent developments, that fundamental formula still holds very, very true, but first Dr. Varma then Dr. Chokshi.  

Senior Advisor Jay Varma: Great. Thank you very much. I would echo really the points that the Mayor has made. So, first of all we went through a difficult second wave in January where we peaked at over 6,000 cases a day, and during that time, we were able to demonstrate that all of the measures that we use to protect adults and children in schools continued to be effective. So, we know that our defensive measures, our methods to prevent infections, can work even when there’s high levels of community transmission. The second is, as the Mayor has rightly pointed out, we have now added the single most powerful layer of defense, and I would strongly encourage any adult – or really anybody now, 16 and older, that participates in in-person learning in some way, to get vaccinated. That is the single most powerful layer of defense that we could have to help protect against you know, people getting severely ill. And I think a related point to that is from our detailed analysis of cases from October through December, over 80 percent – or I’m sorry, approximately 80 percent of the incidents that involve transmission occurring in the school setting involved an adult being the index case. So, yet another way to prevent and make our schools safer is to protect adults from infection through vaccination, and we know vaccine isn’t a 100 percent effective at protecting adults from being infected, but it is tremendously effective. So again, I would really lean into the importance of one, our defensive protective measures have worked, and second of all, we now have this additional layer of vaccination.   

Mayor: Thank you. Dr. Chokshi?  

Commissioner Dave Chokshi, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene: Mr. Mayor, I’ll just add that we are following the numbers very closely, not just that 0.57 percent test positivity rate that you mentioned, but also looking at cases and test positivity among children across New York City as a whole. When we look at those case rates and that test positivity, even as we do see the variants increase in the city, those have held stable. We are not seeing increases in the burden of cases or the positivity rate among people age zero to 17. So that’s something that we will continue to follow closely, but Dr. Varma made the most important point, which is that we do know that vaccination of school staff will help because the cases that we do see within the school setting are predominantly brought in by adults. So, this gives us a very important layer of protection that we think can make our schools even safer for in-person learning.  

Mayor: Thank you. Go ahead.   

Mr. Goldberg clearly got cut down because he dared acknowledged teacher’s concerns that the Mayor’s brown standard of school re-openings will lead to another rise of infections and not because he’s still getting back at him for dissing his beloved Bosox.

What de Blasio has been doing here with these videos shouldn’t be undermined and ignored, even if the transcripts are easily available (and the transcripts are still insufficiently informative, because they don’t write down the full names of the journalists). What these selective edits show is a Mayor obsessed not with making the city safe from preventing another outbreak but more with this “recovery for all of us” reality he’s relentlessly pushing by trying to control the primal forces of science and nature while COVID continues to spread through proxy strains. Which has led other nations to reinforce lockdowns again and again and to a stunning rise of cases again in New York City,making us currently number one in the nation in new infections.

This is only going to exacerbate because of the Blaz’s reliance on the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, which has seen some very unfortunate events in only a week. Turns out NYC will not be seeing another influx of J & J vacs for quite a while after a plant in Baltimore that wasn’t FDA approved screwed up the manufacturing of 15 million vaccines that had to be thrown in the garbage. These vacs also have resulted in harmful side effects after inoculations that a site in Georgia had to suspend service for the day. To make things even more worse for the recovery for all of us, a 30-year-old upper class  White woman from Williamsburg got the Rona again after getting the J&J shot early in March. Which discredits the city’s health departments constant advisory refrain that the next available vaccine is the best one. Surely this probably will have the Blaz shitting in his britches since she is part of the Blaz’s demo to make the city’s recovery a reality. Which is bad timing since he recently debuted the city’s mobile vaccine only a few days ago, after he debuted a vaccine mobile unit for Broadway a week earlier.

So it makes sense that the mayor would prioritize entertainment over his constituents for the city to come back to normalcy, because he’s been acting more like an executive producer than a mayor or even a leader. Which is why he’s been coming up with shit like the Open Culture NYC and emceeing reopenings at entertainment venues at BAM and Lincoln Center and announcing the scheduled reopening of beaches with Spring only 2 weeks old.

But as these videos illustrate, The Blaz is trying to produce an optical illusion of a city overcoming a pandemic and is deliberately and quite nefariously trying to hide any evidence that will counter his Recovery and is willing to undermine his health commissioner and advisers to do it. This is no different than what China did when COVID-19 spread like wildfire in the Wuhan Province and no different when ex-President Trump played down the virus despite initially believing the severity of it.

But most alarmingly, what the Blaz is doing by erasing his bonehead replies regarding cases and spread and the analysis of his health team regarding infection data and medical advice is not much different than Cuomo’s and his toady staffers manipulating the data to edit his best-selling American Crisis novel. In fact, it’s probably more sinister because it’s happening currently and unlike Cuomo, de Blasio still possesses his emergency powers. And the Blaz is able to still get away with this by continuing to keep the press out of City Hall’s blue room by exploiting the pandemic protocols. Which should a beg a question from journalists on how de Blasio can lift restrictions for municipal office work and can still be allowed to continue keeping them from questioning the mayor in person.

And as Mario’s Son has already shown, with those powers brings great micro-mismanagement, it’s not hard to see in these briefings de Blasio’s influence on his doctor’s responses too even in their responses that got butchered from the uploaded videos. Most glaring is city’s doctor and health commissioner Chokshi, who’s more comfortable giving his professional advice and essential accurate information about the variants to a corporate news host than his patsy refrains of wearing masks and washing hands when he’s zooming in the blue room.

Which is why where we are still in the throes of a pandemic and why bringing up the press credential issue matters and it’s not just these videos either, his government city recidivism from covering up data of the racial makeup of those winning the affordable housing lotteries to the his most recent fucking with the public record with his inherently corrupt blackening of a FOIA of the city’s plan to bulldoze a mile of public park space by the East River and place a platform on top of it for some reason, only a few years after it was partially renovated. And after the city claimed that there was no resiliency study made for it.

Because de Blasio is fucking with the press  and his constituents by pushing his narrative for his trademarked “recovery for all of us” by redacting footage from these videos and the public record. And after his most recent press briefings, de Blasio must have just realized that even his gaslighting is not going to be enough anymore in order to get this recovery he desperately is pining for, now that he has fiendishly resorted to manufacturing consent to push his comeback narrative across and doing a horrendously sloppy job at it.

Because this narrative de Blasio is desperately trying to control is obviously already having an deleterious effect with the return of people mingling and clustering in public parks again and tourists coming back to the city, it’s easy to see why the Blaz doesn’t want anyone to know if any of these current COVID cases are from re-infections and the efficacy of vaccines, particularly the weaker J & J. But another reason de Blasio is cutting up these uploaded videos is because he’s the face of the pandemic in NYC now that Cuomo has been sidelined by his scandals and has been evading journalists for months and will continue to. Especially now that the Blaz is fancying designs for running for governor.

These corrupted redactions of the public record are the culmination of The Blaz’s 7.4 years of recidivist unaccountability. Because the recovery is not really for all of us, but rather a self-serving recovery for de Blasio’s abominable political career. And the health of his constituents, his staffers and even the tourists be damned.

We seen this dystopian movie before. It’s de Blasio Vu all over again.

 

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.

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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

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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.

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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.

New Bad Days 76: During The Rapid Rise In Gunfire And Citizens Getting Hit On The Streets, The NYPD Spends Their Funding Exerting Revenge Seizures Of Protesters; City’s Shuttling Of Homeless People And Drug Addicts In Hotels In Two Upscale Areas Lead To Total Chaos; A Lone Man With A Hammer Has Been Smashing Subway Train Windows For A Month; Crazy Woman Slathers Black Lives Matter Slogan With Paint By Trump Tower Again; Two Men Get Shot Dead By A Memorial For A Friend That Got Shot Dead By Prospect Park; Food Aid Gets Dumped In The Wrong Places; Mass Gatherings Of Youths At Raves Continue In Defiance Of Another COVID-19 Outbreak As Gun Violence, Car Theft, Muggings, Stabbings, Hold-Ups And Burglaries Make Upward Trajectories As Suspicions Of A Policing Slowdown Gains Traction

Chalk up 2020 as the Summer Of Guns.

Since Governor Andrew Cuomo declared the coronavirus crushed back in June 5th (or 4th or 6th), the dominant pathogen in the five boroughs this year was the bullet. Which spread like wildfire over the summer bringing this years total to over 1,000 shooting incidents, hitting over 1,200 citizens (including children) leading to 107 deaths in 12 consecutive weeks of gun violence ending in the month of August, a rise of 89 and 97% respectfully and contributing to over 300 murders which has went up by 35% compared to last year.  At the pace it’s continuing as of this writing ,the amount of shootings and victims will eclipse the total amounts of the past two years.

More people are buying bulletproof vests. Must have been when Council Speaker Corey “Cojoke” Johnson described this meteoric rise in gun violence as a health emergency.

The shootings and other serious crimes that have also risen has brought attention and suspicion among the general public and even officials that the NYPD are collectively engaging in a slowdown, because of the low amount of arrests and their late and even lack of responses to crime on the streets. Particularly with the shocking low amount of arrests for gun possession. de Blasio’s NYPD police commissioner’s cites again and again that it’s because of the cuts to the force from the last budget that was partially influenced by the hashtag abolish NYPD constituency. Although signs still legitimately point to the misguided and poorly legislated bail reform laws, recidivist offenders being released on the streets and the city and state’s mandate to release convicts because of the hazardous conditions in prisons being that are not safe from spreading coronavirus and even from Shea’s premature decision to abolish the anti-crime unit tasked to pursue illegal firearms.

But apparently, even with elevated crime levels and funds reallocated from New Yorks Finest, de Blasio’s NYPD still found a lot of expense, personnel and time to settle a few grudges with a few protesters from Black Lives Matter:

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In Kips Bay, an 18-year-old transgender woman riding a skateboard during a protest march on 2nd Ave was grabbed by five men who jumped out of a minivan. They turned out to be cops from the NYPD’s plain clothes warrant squad driving in an unmarked vehcile. They looked almost like the anti-crime unit Commissioner Shea disbanded in June.

Aiding this brazen and disturbing rendition on a public space were a squad of cops on bikes that were utilizing their cycles as weapons and shields to thwart witnesses and other protesters from viewing or stopping the arrest. Two of the bike cops ran over a person in their zeal to stop the protesters as the cops sped away with their collar in the van without even a police siren or a light indicating who they were as they cut off a truck when they ran the red light at 23rd St., which is a two way street.

What makes her arrest stunning is the way it was executed and literally choreographed like a scene from a Jason Bourne movie as if they knew she was coming or was being practically hunted by the NYPD for weeks.  The things that probably made this disturbing event possible is from facial recognition technology since she painted over street surveillance cameras that surely grabbed her face while she was vandalizing them and also placing some undercover officers or informants marching with the Abolition Park group and Black Lives Matter marchers, both of which are very likely especially the latter since a man involved with AP was pinched by an undercover for cutting cables under an NYPD van in Bay Ridge. Quite likely another cop posing as a demonstrator infiltrated this one. But they could have easily marked her down too from a Gothamist story featuring the woman at the Occupy City Hall protest 20 days earlier.

Nope, this is yet again another attempt to discourage and intimidate people from protesting against systemic injustices and endemic corruption in government and the enforcers that protect these institutions and the fortification of a police state by utilizing a local police force as central intelligence agency apparatus. If you think the optics of this woman’s arrest looks frightening, watch how the New NYPD literally vanishes a woman talking shit at a cop while drunk outside of a bar:

As for Mayor Big Slow de Blasio, his deliberately belated response to this broad daylight rendition by his police department whose officers did not even read the woman her rights was full of spineless insouciance and abject denial of the command that was implemented for this dystopian display of arbitrary oppression.

As amazing as how NY’s Finest has turned itself into a military junta during this pandemic and societal crisis, it’s equally amazing how the Blaz is able to sit upright without a spine at his daily briefings. In a pathetic show of pseudo objectiveness, he cowardly blew off the severity of the “effecuated” arrest. Which is shocking coming from a person who is always prioritizes optics for every decision he makes, especially regarding the paramilitary and invasive spying tactics of the NYPD.

Which both came to it’s absolute nadir a few weeks later…

In Hell’s Kitchen, the NYPD deployed a battalion of cops to an apartment building to execute an arrest of a man wanted for assaulting a cop by yelling through a megaphone at her ear at a Black Lives Matter counter-protest against a Blue Lives Matter rally and march in Bayside a few days earlier and in another cop’s ear two months before. 30 cops stood guard outside his building and blocked the street from traffic as two NYPD choppers flew overhead. Cops accessed his building and stood in front of and repeatedly banged on his apartment door with a K9 dogs barking trying to intimidate him as other cops arrived from their “Strategic Unit” and tried to negotiate by lying that he had lawyers ready to represent him as the man saw two cops across the street in an apartment building window directly from him.

With all the knuckleheaded determination to persuade the man to surrender with amateur psy-ops, the Black Lives Matter activist refused to open his door and filmed his entire encounter and himself jamming to music on his social media account. The cops then left after six hours without him because they didn’t have a warrant for his arrest. The amount spent for this profligate fruitless pursuit is not known, but this was ordered despite the NYC Council cutting one billion dollars from the NYPD budget. What is also not known is who made the command to hunt this activist down, since Mayor Big Slow de Faustio claimed that Shea had nothing to do with it even though he’s the fucking commissioner.

Despite the Blaz and Shea’s contemptible denials and obfuscations, they spent a huge amount of tax dollars just to settle a grudge and indict a protest organizer. Which falls in line with the billions of dollars at the city’s expense for all the corruption and bigotry driven abuse staining the badge for the last few decades; the exact reason why the citizenry is protesting against every day in the fucking first place.

Also in Hell’s Kitchen, a church had to put up an obstruction in front of their entrance after after a group of homeless people were using the steps to shoot heroin and excrete bowel movements and urinate on them. The superintendent also had to clean up discarded liquor bottles left behind by the derelicts who were residing in a luxury hotel next door in accordance with the city’s policy to housing the homeless in them until the pandemic subsides.

Again in Hell’s Kitchen,  a man got shot at twice in the chin and arm on the street and didn’t reveal who pulled the trigger.

And again in Hell’s Kitchen, a homeless man went raving mad when a restaurant wouldn’t let him use the bathroom and then took his frustrations on two women dining on a table outside and spat on one of their plates. The one time hip bar hopping areas has become a slum with streets of derelicts shooting up, imbibing booze, and fucking and sleeping on the sidewalks.

And again in Hell’s Kitchen, a man bashed a bunch of bottles of juice and soft drinks on his head inside of a deli over and over again while lying prone on the floor. The clerk expressed grief about the growing number of aggressive vagrants frequenting his store because a hotel across the street started housing homeless people that were transferred from shelters.

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In the Upper West Side, Mayor de Blasio’s Department of Homeless Services shuttled hundreds of homeless people to shelter at three hotels on 77th St., 79th St. and 87th St. near without consulting residents of the town with help from the Federal Emergency Management Agency who contributed 3/4 of the funding to house them to prevent another outbreak of COVID-19. A bulk of the men were recently released from prisons and from a shelter full of men with drug struggles. Six of them turned out to be convicted pedophiles.

Neighborhood residents encountered on their commutes men masturbating, pissing and shitting in public and also shooting heroin, snorting blow, drinking booze and smoking K2 along with blatant drug dealing and derelicts prone on the ground from overdosing in full view on the sidewalks and on the benches on the medians on Broadway. Since the arrival of the city’s most destitute and unwanted and even though they are being housed in luxury rooms it’s led to a proliferation of more people sleeping on the streets and a rise in petty theft, aggressive solicitation and verbal harassment of random passerby including kids. Demands for the NYPD to patrol the nine blocks were these offenses were occurring did not get or even merit a response, even though Commissioner Shea lives exactly 6 blocks south from the area.

Being that drug use and selling went up, it looks like de Blasio wanted to do his own version of Hamsterdam from the fourth season of the Wire (the Blaz is a big fan of that show) by sending all the homeless people to an area where they might be accepted,  where a bulk of residents have liberal values that sympathize with poor people’s struggles and addictions. But it instead turned out that these enlightened residents don’t take too kindly to vices and recidivism when it’s on their blocks, sharing concerns with neighbors who don’t share their views and are reviled and understandably fearful of the presence of drug abuse and crime.  Just like in Hamsterdam, cops hardly responded to offenses committed by the homeless people. Like some kind of immunity because of the pandemic.

In the Wire’s Hamsterdam, the junkies were moved to a block where buildings were mostly vacant so the junkies can have a red light district to sell, cop and shoot up. But de Blasio’s UWS Hamsterdam, the homeless was shipped to a densely populated neighborhood that couldn’t handle the deluge of junkies that came flocking in and naturally didn’t expect the ramifications, because The City elected not to tell them who was coming in. Even about 900 of them. Goes to show that progressive minds can’t block or obscure even the saddest realities of the poverty and despair of people suffering from rampant drug use and fractured mental states and condensing these suffering people in a small area will only lead to disaster if not properly monitored or cared for.

Also the Upper West Side, a man was shot to death on the street from getting blasted in the chest at a playground following a fight with his killer.

Again in the Upper West Side, a man torched a police car that was parked on a block.

And again in the Upper West Side, a man killed himself when he fell five floors after slipping on a fire escape while smoking a cigarette. Homicide was not ruled out.

And again in the Upper West Sideat the 72nd St. Station, a man sneaked up behind a woman on the platform and stabbed her in the shoulder while holding a package of diapers.

And again in the Upper West Side, a 13-year-old boy had his cellphone robbed by another boy who grabbed it while passing by him riding a citibike. The victim is the son of a NYPD Deputy Commissioner in charge of the department’s counter-terrorism unit, a division that actually needs to be defunded.

And again in the Upper West Side, a man shot another man at his groin during a hold up.

And again in the Upper West Side, two men engaged in a shootout on the street and ran when the Guardian Angels tried to catch them.

And again in the Upper West Side, a man was shot in the stomach in the middle of the avenue.

And again in the  Upper West Side, a man pushed an NYPD Chaplain down on the sidewalk and took his wallet, then left it behind and ran away.

And again in the Upper West Side, a man got shot to death in front of an apartment building entrance at the Amsterdam Houses.

In the Lower East Side, a protest march in solidarity with the uprising against Trump’s federal copstapo in Portland went awry as a group of people vandalized and damaged NYPD vehicles and set trash can fires on the streets while body-armored cops kettled and trapped protesters on the street.

Also in Lower East Side, homeless people set up a homestead shanty town village underneath the highway on the FDR drive. When de Blasio’s Sanitation Dept. came by to destroy it and throw everything they organized into the garbage, they returned again the next day and rebuilt their shantytown and fortified it a portion of a chain link fence. Like I said, these people should be administrating new housing infrastructure for the HPD.

Again in the Lower East Side, a double decker booze cruise boat was met with the NYC Sheriffs Dept and busted for violating pandemic protocols for holding a party without social distancing.

And again in the Lower East Side, a former N.Y. State Assembly Speaker threatened to punch a photo-jorunalist before he was about to serve 6 and a half  years in jail for crimes he committed while in elected office.

 

In the East Village, a crew of homeless people built a loft apartment on the sidewalk underneath scaffolding where a luxury building is under development.

Mayor de Blasio, who recently proclaimed that he will not tolerate homeless encampments in his city, oh sorry your city, sent his Sanitation Dept. to raid the homestead and throw all the discarded furniture they collected into the garbage trucks. The next day, the same street denizens returned with new furniture and rebuilt their concrete floor homestead after waiting across the street until the coast was clear.

When de Blasio’s Sanitation Dept. wrecked their sidewalk village again, the crafty vagrants moved across the street to the shuttered Orpheum theater and easily reassembled their habitat. Instead of hassling and trying to disappear these people why doesn’t the Blaz contract them and build real affordable housing for the NYC Housing and Preservation Department?

Also in the East Village, a man on liquid courage tried to sit at a outdoor table in front of a trendy restaurant and got violent when a waiter told him they were closing and then he randomly attacked a man with a chair then got into a tussle with two women who were drinking there and slashed them with a metal blade. One of the women who fought him off was the daughter of famed stage and television actor Kelsey Grammar, so it’s no surprise where she got the instinct to deal with a knife handler.

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Again in the East Village, a homeless man fighting with two other homeless men jumped into the East River to get away from them.

And again in the East Village, event promoters are using a cafe as a pandemic speakeasy to throw illicitly exclusive raves and parties for wealthy vectors and despite the appearances of luxury cars rolling up in front of the establishment and a state ban on indoor parties and events, there have been absolutely no raids by the NYPD or NYC Sheriff’s dept.

And again in the East Village, two men hoisted an ATM machine to their van and ripped it out from the store it was attached to, tearing the metal rolldown gate with it.

And again in the East Village, an argument between two men on the sidewalk escalated when one of them took a knife out and chased the other man and then stabbed him in the back demanding $1500 his victim owed him.

And again in the East Village, a man loitering in an apartment building lobby followed an 86-year-old woman into an elevator and yanked her $2,000 chain off her neck after he gentlemanly let her go on first.

And again in the East Village, a homeless couple got kicked off the city bus by the driver when they wouldn’t pay the fare. Then when the driver parked the bus and took a break, the couple forced their way inside and the woman beat the hell out of him.

In the West Village, a 78-year-old man was harassed by a man at a cheap pizzeria who then finished his slice and attacked the elderly man and pushed him over and knocked him unconscious.

Again in the West Village, a man died following a street fight with his friend on the sidewalk.

And again in the West Village, a transvestite chased a man into a parking garage and slashed him in the face and stabbed him in the back.

In Harlem, a man was shot in the leg on the street and wouldn’t rat on the gunman.

Also in Harlem, a NYPD safety officer and her husband were found with 8 illegal guns and ammo inside their apartment.

Again in Harlem, a man and a woman got hit with stray bullets as they were walking on the sidewalk.

And again in Harlem, a 17-year-old boy got shot in the foot on the street.

And again in Harlem, a man got shot twice in the ass on the sidewalk.

And again in Harlem, five girls beat up and shot an 14-year-old girl with a stun gun on the street as dozens of other teenagers gawked, filmed videos and took selfies during the pummeling as a cop walked by and did nothing.

And again in Harlem (according to the NYPD’s twitter),a crowd of people threw bottles and encroached at a group of cops in the middle of the street, forcing the blue wall to retreat.

And again in Harlem, three women and a man were shot at and hit in front of tattoo parlor where a party was being held.

And again in Harlem, a man was shot to death on the street from a drive by shooting.

And again in Harlem, two men were shot at on the street, one getting hit in the arm and the other man on his leg.

And again in Harlem, a man got shot to death from a blast in the face from a drive-by shooter in front of an apartment building.

And again in Harlem, a woman got shot at and hit in both legs on a street corner.

And again in Harlem, a man got shot in the ass in the middle of the street.

And again in Harlem, an off-duty cop hit a Jaguar while driving drunk.

And again in Harlem, two men beat down a man as they kept punching him in the face where he sat on the 2 train.

And again in Harlem, a man ran up to a 66-year-old man crossing the street and bashed him on the head with a bottle from behind.

And again in Harlem, a man got shot in the leg by the St. Nicholas Houses and walked to the hospital.

And again in Harlem, a man was shot to death in a van by a drug dealer he tried to get rid off.

And again in Harlem, a man took a free ride by hanging onto the back of a bus as it was speeding on the Harlem River Drive.

In East Harlem, a man was shot in the arm outside of the Lehman Houses.

Also in East Harlem at the 116th Station, a man was stabbed on the platform at 1:15 a.m.. 15 minutes after the subway is supposed to shut down.

Again in East Harlem, a 17-year-old boy was shot in the back during an argument on the street.

And again in East Harlem, a man got shot in the back in front of an apartment building.

And again in East Harlem, a man got shot in the leg in a drive by shooting.

In Midtown between Times and Herald Squares on Broadway, junkies are shooting up and getting loaded on heroin while lounging on the urban garden furniture and passing out on the streets where overpriced eateries used to set up little take out stands for foodies to dine al fresco. One of the Blaz’s spokespeople called this “unacceptable” and then the junkies returned to the urban garden and loaded themselves with the works again. A few weeks later, junkies were discovered shooting up by an non-functioning phone booth around brunch time about a block away.

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Also in Midtown, a man plopped a can of paint on de Blasio’s Black Lives Matter mural in front of Trump Tower and spread it all over the slogan despite the mayor’s decision to deploy more cops there to guard it. The seventh time it’s happened. The city left the stain there for a week.

After the city finally cleaned it up, a woman stopped by and splattered the BLM mural again with blue paint. And then she returned dressed as the Statue of Liberty rolling a hand truck down the avenue and did a vandalism hat trick and spilling a bucket of pink paint on the mural. Capping her triumph by yelling the word freedom like Mel Gibson in Braveheart as her co-horts screamed like lunatics and waved Trump re-election signs.

It really says something about the lengths people will show for President Trump and not for the Mayor of New York City, that the Blaz is more loathsome than the guy who blew off the pandemic at its early stages and has left the economy in purgatory. Maybe the next time the idiot Hizzoner wants to manifest of his virtue signal tweets he should go through the proper permit process like his constituency have to instead of brazenly circumventing it thinking no one will notice.

Again in Midtown, a man walked into a designer handbag store and snatched a bunch of purses worth two grand and also a garment bag then flashed a box cutter at a worker and ran. This store is 2 blocks away where 9 cops are guarding the Black Lives Matter mural at Trump Tower from being vandalized.

And again in Midtown, four men jumped into an SUV after they robbed a man at gunpoint and got into a high speed chase with the cops, leading the driver to smash a car and a motorcycle during the pursuit. Then one of the passengers/accomplices threw the gun out the window as the driver drove on the sidewalk and hit a woman. Then the men abandoned the vehicle and ran on the street. The cops caught one man who jumped from a footbridge trying to evade capture by hiding under a tarp nearby.

And again in Midtown, a man stabbed his wife multiple times on a street corner.

And again in Midtown, a men savagely rained punches on a retired NYPD sergeant on the sidewalk after he clocked him in the head with a bottle and then his accomplice robbed the man’s cellphone. Then the skell turned around and kicked him while he was still down.

And again in Midtown, eight cops were deployed by the Empire State Building to handle a naked White man walking around in public.

And again in Midtown, a homeless man murdered another homeless man, stabbing him seven times over a bad drug deal by a cardboard encampment on the sidewalk.

And again in Midtown, an 18-year-old woman from Wyoming visiting NYC decided to visit the Empire State Building with a gun in her backpack and a man from Louisiana tried to do the same thing the next day. Bad enough there’s a pipeline trafficking guns to NYC that’s going unchecked and these hayseeds come here and think they can just waltz into a heavily guarded landmark tourist attraction with their pieces just because they have permits.

And again in Midtown, two groups of artists got into a brawl over space to sell their works in front of the New York Public Library that escalated when a man tried to bully two women from a corner by yanking a cellphone from one of them, leading them to shoot mace at his face. Then the brute took out a knife and wildly slashed one of the women and also a woman that accompanied him.

In Times Square, a homeless man got stabbed in the stomach while begging for money outside a bakery at the Port Authority Station.

Also in Times Square, an unattractive woman walked on the pedestrian plaza with her titties out.

Again in Times Square, a man got busted by the cops when he tried to retrieve a bag full of baggies of smack and a 22 caliber revolver inside a bag he left behind in the pedestrian plaza.

And again in Times Square, four boys got into an argument with two pedicab drivers and pounced on them and stole one of their pedicabs after they stabbed both of them.

And again in Times Square, a man affixed a knife onto a broomstick to use as a spear and punctured the tires of parked cars as he was riding on the avenue and then he randomly slashed a teenage boy and battled cops with it while resisting arrest as one of them tried to taze him.

And again in Times Square, a man was shot on a street corner after an argument with the gunman as the sun was rising as a witness declared that NYC is over. Seinfeld still doesn’t think so.

And again in Times Square, a man killed himself after he jumped into a cab through the driver’s window and the driver hit the gas and took him down the block and caused him to hit the pavement. Then the driver sped away down the avenue.

In Grand Central Station, a man chased another man in the terminal while wielding a gun and then shot him in the arm on the 4,5,6 subway platform.

In the Upper East Side, four boys went on a mugging spree and held up three people at gun point and robbed a man for his phone, and 18-year-old man’s wallet and a cellphone off a woman in Central Park before three of them got caught and arrested by the cops.

Also in the Upper East Side and in Midtown, a man threw rocks at four foreign national consulate buildings and broke the windows to unleash his frustrations on his inability to get work in America.

Again in the Upper East Side, four apartments were broken into while the residents were on vacation and all were collectively robbed of thousands of dollars in cash and merchandise. Burglaries and robberies have went up 58% in the area compared to last year.

And again in the Upper East Side, 5 drunk ass women jumped on top of a parked car and damaged it by dancing and twerking on it.

And again in the Upper East Side, a car collided into an outdoor dining area set up on the street by a restaurant.

And again in the Upper East Side, a man got into a street fight with two traffic cops who were giving him a ticket for parking in front a fire hydrant.

And again in the Upper East Side at the 63rd St./Lexington Avenue Station a man randomly attacked a woman on the platform and threw her to the floor and dry humped her in front of a group of people who did nothing but gawk and filmed the attempted rape scene. This incident enraged a professional actor so much that he confused the train line his relatives take with the incident where this happened.

And again in the Upper East Side, a man on parole after serving time for burglary got caught in a woman’s apartment trying to burglarize it following two weeks of breaking into other apartments in the vicinity and the Upper West Side, where he stole five grand in jewelry and threatened a resident and robbed him of 90 bucks.

In Fort George, a man got a concussion and a leg injury and his passenger got injured too when they flew off an app-rental motor scooter as the driver crashed into a pole. He died two weeks later.

Also in Fort George, a man got shot in the back on a street corner.

In Washington Heights, a man stabbed another man twice inside an apartment building hallway over a drug deal gone bad, then the victim walked outside while bleeding out on the sidewalk then later died at the hospital.

Also in Washington Heights, a man was shot in the leg on a street corner.

Again in Washington Heights, a woman got stabbed to death by her ex-friend after she accused her of infidelity and tried to beat her up in her apartment. The woman claimed she used a knife in self-defense.It has subsequently been revealed that she evaded an appearance court on the day she killed her old friend.

And again in Washington Heights, a man picked up a gun that was hidden underneath garbage by a tree and got into a shootout with another man on the sidewalk in broad daylight. Looks like criminals have found a way to exploit the city’s sanitation budget cuts that has left trash piling on the curbs for days.

And again in Washington Heights, a man expecting to meet someone  got murdered when two men rolled up on the sidewalk and the man riding it shot him point blank five times.

In Hamilton Heights, a man was shot in the stomach on the street and refuse to divulge who the gunman was.

In Greenwich Village at the 14th St. Station, a man randomly attacked a 68-year-old woman on the platform and mercilessly beat her down and pushed her onto the train tracks, causing her to fall on her head. Then the pyscopath jumped onto the trackbed to steal her cellphone and then ran away. It was reported that he called her a racial slur before he pounced on her. The woman wound up with a fractured spine and is afraid to go back to work.

Also in Greenwich Village, a homeless man built a homestead by the New School building with shopping cars filled with furniture and other items discarded by the rich people who abandoned and moved from New York City. The only thing the man didn’t get from the city’s upper class fugitives was a toilet, as he takes his shits out in the open on the sidewalk.

Again in Greenwich Village at the Christopher St. Station, a man fell between the cars of the 1 train and got stuck under the tracks.

In Hudson Yards at the 34th St. Station, a man with a hammer smashed every window on every car on the 7 train.

The vandal (and maybe an accomplice or two or other vandals) are responsible for damaging over 200 windows on the 7 line as well as the 2 and 3 lines, continuing a vandalism destruction spree for four months and now the MTA is all out of glass.

Yet they have 10,000 bucks to spare for a reward for citizens to catch the hammering vandal, proving that the MTA  is too broke to deploy transit cops to monitor the station. It’s baffling that Governor Cuomo didn’t get the guy who did his COVID grave poster draw up some old-timey most wanted signs.

But even if King Andrew did that (and he could because he runs the MTA) it still wouldn’t deter the recidivist vandal. Despite the bounty the hammering vandal returned to the Hudson Yards Station and pulverized another 20 windows on the 7 train again. The NYPD added another $2,500 to the reward for the recidivist, which they probably dredged from a high brass cops office chair after all the money they spent hunting two protesters in the city.

After getting the NYPD to add to the bounty, the MTA decided to implement their 90’s era broken windows crime prevention strategy to capture the serial window breaker. Duh.

In Columbus Circle, cops caught a man who broke the windows of the E and A train at the 42nd St. Station. But determined he wasn’t connected to the 7 train smashings because he used his foot to kick the windows.

Also in Columbus Circle, a man yelled threats and insults at two women sitting across from him and then yelled xenophobic slurs and accusations at a woman who was filming his tirade on her cellphone on the A train. The three involved in their petty dispute were not wearing their masks properly.

In Chelsea, a homeless man suffered burns when a encampment he was sheltering in went on fire as a man filming the sidewalk inferno on his cellphone yelled for someone to call 911 as a man was putting the fire out on the homeless man’s body. This happened about 20 yards from a police station.

Also in Chelsea, a woman got killed buy a hit-and-run driver as she was crossing the street. The driver got arrested but posted his bail and then went home and took a nap.

Again in Chelsea, a man caught shoplifting in a chain hardware/home improvement store punched two cops in their faces as they tried to arrest him.

And again in Chelsea, over a dozen homeless people developed a sidewalk shelter and junk retail market on one block on 6th Avenue.

And again in Chelsea, a woman shot a man twice inside a hotel lobby following a verbal dispute over his infidelity.

And again in Chelsea, de Blasio’s NotifyNYC social media office announced that they were putting on an elaborate fireworks display on the Hudson River around 8 p.m., but didn’t elaborate what it was for. Then residents were flabbergasted and horrified to hear explosions nearby their homes around 11 p.m because the city rescheduled the spectacle because of inclement weather and they didn’t NotifyNYC of the change. The “show” was for an irrelevant and terrible network’s award show.

And again in Chlesea, a man punched his ex-girlfriend in the face and robbed her purse.

In Penn Station at the 34th St. Station, two homeless men brawled with each other on the platform. As one of them tried to flee out of the station, a man was waiting for and killed him when he kicked him down the stairs.

Also in Penn Station at the 34th St. Station, a man was banging a woman doggy style and then released his pearls on those same stairs when he got done.

Also in Penn Station, a gang of boys hassled a man coming out off the LIRR and smacked his cap off his head and then they all beat him down after he told him he was a cop.

In Flatiron District, a man riding his bike stopped to yell xenophobic slurs and accusations of spreading COVID-19 at them and then spat on and threw his bike at them.

In Murray Hill, two men went bezerk after they were told to get out of supermarket by workers because they refused to wear face masks as they yanked a face mask of a man, hit a woman in the head with a paddle and pulled another woman’s hair and threw a bunch of shopping baskets at other workers.

In Little Italy at the Spring St. Station, a man stood over a hand sanitizer dispenser and shot about a quart of it into his shorts, getting all over his junk and ass and then rubbed the excess on his belly and moved along.

In Tribeca, a car crashed into an outdoor dining area on the street in front of a fancy restaurant, injuring a woman eating al fresco.

In Downtown Manhattan, a man riding a citibike on the sidewalk rode up to a woman and punched her in the face. The victim is a district court judge who recently indicted an actor for sexual assault.

Also in Downtown Manhattan, the Joker was jet-skiing on the East River. Soon to be seen surfing at Rockaway Beach.

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Brooklyn

Four men arraigned and convicted for felony crimes this year who made bail went back out on the streets and were involved in four shooting incidents. 

In Crown Heights, a man was shot to death in front of a church in broad daylight by a man he had an argument with on the street a week before about the killer’s ex-girlfriend who the victim was dating. The killer also got paid to whack a man in East New York 3 weeks earlier.

Also in Crown Heights, a 17-year-old boy was shot to death on the sidewalk in front of his apartment building.

Again in Crown Heights, a man was shot in the leg on the street and refused to rat on the shooter.

And again in Crown Heights, a 16-year-old boy almost got killed when a bullet from a shootout skinned his head.

And again in Crown Heights, a man was arrested for sexual assault of a teenage girl for two years and is suspected of committing other ones.

And again in Crown Heights, a man got killed by a stray bullet while an argument between two groups of men escalated on a handball court in broad daylight.

And again in Crown Heights, a man was shot to death in the middle of the street nearby his home. His aunt vehemently advised his friends not to avenge his death and let the cops handle it. Comments about this from gentry Black Lives Matter supporters that call for abolishing police departments were not available.

And again in Crown Heights, a man shot another man at both his legs and split with three other men in a car.

And again in Crown Heights, a man got shot in the leg while sleeping on a stoop.

In Cypress Hills, a 16-year-old boy was shot to death and two others were wounded  when shots were fired from a drive-by at a basketball court while they were playing. One of the wounded teens who got shot in the head died days later. During a memorial for the victims,two men walked up to a memorial gathering on the basketball court, shot a man on the shoulder and ran away.

Also in Cypress Hills, four men got shot at in front of a nite club. All of them got hit in the legs. Where’s the night mayor?

Again in Cypress Hills, a 68-year-old woman got hit in the leg from a stray bullet while waiting in a nail salon, coming from a shootout between three men outside. Making her another statistic of over a thousand people that got shot this year, an 89% rise from the over 500 people shot at around this time in 2019.

And again in Cypress Hills, a man was shot at twice on a street corner.

In East New York, a man shot three men on a street corner and jumped in an SUV waiting for him and sped off.

Also in East New York, a man got shot in the stomach and a woman got shot in the leg at a house party that had a refrigerator in the alleyway outside.

Again in East New York, a man got a head injury when a metal basket fell on him as he was walking underneath the elevated train tracks.

And again in East New York, a man sneaked up behind another man and shot him while he was having a conversation with someone.

And again in East New York, a man that got arrested for his involvement in a gang related shooting in May was sprung loose without a bail in a few days and two months later was involved in three drive by shootings in two days in middle of July.

And again in East New York, a man was shot on the avenue.

And again in East New York, a man escaped with his life when a bullet only grazed his head on the street

And again in East New York, two men got shot on a street corner.

And again in East New York, a man got grazed in the head and shot in the leg while walking on the sidewalk during a drive by shooting.

And again in East New York, a mentally ill homeless woman got killed when she ran into the middle of the street and got hit by a truck.

And again in East New York, a man collapsed and died on the street after he vacated a car that he was in that was involved in a shootout with another gunman in an SUV while both vehicles were exiting the Jackie Robinson Parkway.

In Prospect Park, a man randomly stabbed a man in the chest who was just going for a walk with his girlfriend.

Also in Prospect Park, a field was found bombarded with garbage from a massive party the night before.

Again in Prospect Park, a man was shot to death on a bench with two blows to the head after he lit a candle at a candlelight memorial for a man who got killed by gunfire the day before in East Flatbush.

In Flatbush, two men ran up to a man and a woman and shot them on the street and fled in a BMW that was waiting for them.

Also in Flatbush, a man was shot to death in the middle of the street.

Again in Flatbush, a 16-year-old boy and a 50-year-old woman got shot in the street.

And again in Flatbush, a man stepped out of an idling car and shot at three men hanging out on a street corner.

And again in Flatbush, a man was found dead on steps at a department store parking lot.

And again in Flatbush, a man was shot to death in front of his house next to an emergency kiosk that was tagged “FTP”. Capping a week when 40 people got shot on the streets of New York.

And again in Flatbush, an argument between two men escalated into one of them shooting the other in the back.

And again in Flatbush, a man was shot to death on the street by his house right after he was having a conversation with a friend who stepped away from him right before a gunman that was sitting in an idling SUV aiming at his target.

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And again in Flatbush, a man heading to a candlelit memorial for two men who got shot to death by Prospect Park got shot on the sidewalk in broad daylight during a drive by shooting . Leading the stricken man to take out his gun and fire back and a stray bullet hit a man going to the store with his girlfriend during the shootout.to fire. The targeted man died from his wounds and the other man who got caught in the crossfire is paralyzed. The victim’s girlfriends brother lamented about the sudden lack of cops patrolling the area and remarked how swift the response would have been if a cop got hit.

And again in Flatbush, a man got shot in the leg on the street.

And again in Flatbush, an SUV crashed into a livery car, injuring the driver and another man whose injuries put him into a coma. Three men jumped out of the SUV and ran away.

And again in Flatbush, a man got shot to death on the street from a drive-by.

In East Flatbush, two men shot a man down on the street and killed him in front of a daycare center.

Also in East Flatbush, a city bus got into a multiple car wreck with two cars that smashed into each other, causing injuries to nine people.

Again in East Flatbush, a man shot another man in the chest on the street at the break of dawn.

And again in East Flatbush, a man got shot to death on a street corner from a blast to his torso following a dispute with his ex-girlfriend and the man who killed him that she was accompanying.

And again in East Flatbush, a man got killed on the street from a drive-by shooting.

And again in East Flatbush, an argument between two men escalated into one of them getting shot in the leg.

And again in East Flatbush, a man got shot in the ass on a street corner.

And again in East Flatbush, a man got shot twice in the arm and neck in front of a building and two other men were found by cops who arrive with shots to the neck and stomach. The man that was found first died from his wounds.

And again in East Flatbush, a man shot another man in the head as he was sitting on a stoop.

In Brownsville, a woman killed another woman by stabbing her multiple times on the street when she was trying to break up a fight in front of a hotel.

Also in Brownsville, a 17-year-old boy got shot in the hand following an argument.

Again in Brownsville, a 16-year-old girl and two women got shot in a flurry of gunfire on the street.

And again in Brownsville, a 62-year-old man got shot during a party held in a basement apartment.

And again in Brownsville, two men engaged in a shootout on the street in broad daylight.

And again in Brownsville, a man stabbed a woman to death on the sidewalk and ran away to upstate New York where he got arrested.

And again in Brownsville, a man was shot to death on the street from three blasts to the chest.

And again in Brownsville, a 63-year-old man got attacked by a man who smacked him on his head with a milk crate from behind, then the man kept attacking him with crates in both of his hands and the older man fought him off successfully with his cane and knocked them off his hands.

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And again in Brownsville, a man got killed when a stray bullet hit him from a shootout on the street between two gangs.

And again in Brownsville, two boys got shot on a street corner.

And again in Brownsville, a man got shot in the stomach immediately after he came out of a store.

And again in Brownsville, a 59-year-old woman got hit in the leg by a stray bullet while she was standing on a porch.

In Williamsburg and Bed-Stuy, two men on a citibike rolled south down the sidewalks and streets of Bedford Ave. and knocked off and robbed the hats of Hasidic men as they passed them.

Also in Williamsburg, cops responding to a shooting crashed their SUV into and killed a man riding his motorcycle as he had the green light. The cops had their overhead lights on at the time and hit the man while maneuvering around a truck in the intersection. The shooting turned out to be false.

Again in Williamsburg, a three story apartment building collapsed during a hurricane.

And again in Williamsburg, a man was found dead floating in the East River by Domino Park.

And again in Williamsburg, a gang of white people dressed in black protesting in solidarity for Black Lives Matter sabotaged the movement by smashing windows of an Apple store and a Starbucks cafe while shouting slurs and obscenities and tagging graffiti slogans and initial against police. No one was arrested.

And again in Williamsburg, a man put himself in critical condition after he was speeding on the streets on his motorcycle and crashed into a car and two bike riders after he blew a red light.

And again in Williamsburg, a man ambushed a woman walking on the sidewalk and bodyslammed her to the pavement and savagely beat her up during a rape attempt.

And again in Williamsburg, a woman walking on the sidewalk got attacked by a man who body slammed her to the pavement and wailed punches on her and then tried to take her pants off but decided against it and ran away.

In South Williamsburg, a man went on a rampage against a couple of firemen after he parked his car in front of a FDNY station house. When they told him to move, he cursed at one of them who was writing him a ticket for blocking their entrance and then threatened to bring a posse of Hasidic men to come after him and then he called the other firefighter a racial slur and rammed his car door into his leg before he drove away to hide in a nearby community center.

In East Williamsburg, de Blasio’s NYPD wasted taxpayer dollars raiding a warehouse and seizing 400 pounds of a plant that is legal in 20 states in America.

In Sunset Park, a 19-year-old man was stabbed to death by a man who had his car wrecked by his father when he accidentally rear-ended it with his car.

Also in Sunset Park, a man got ganged up on by a group of men and then got shot after he had a dispute with his girlfriend’s ex-husband.

Again in Sunset Park, a man hogging the road while riding his bike got hit by a car while he was swerving, then attacked the driver who only went to check to see if he was OK by yelling racial slurs at him, challenging him to a fight and then smacking him on his hand as he was recording the incident.

And again in Sunset Park, two raves at two warehouses got raided by the city sheriff’s department in violation of pandemic protocols enacted by Emperor Cuomo and the Blaz, kicking over hundreds of people out and confiscating all the booze and heroin. Who did these promoters think they were some rich influencer and lux hotelier motherfuckers from the East Village and Long Island City?

Speaking of the spineless tyrant mayor; following this raid, the Blaz announced that the neighborhood had an uptick of COVID19 positive cases and was going to be more monitored and also a few days after the district’s council member Mencacha rejected the nearby lux lifestyle entrepreneurial business developer consortium run Industry City’s request to expand by building two upscale hotels.

In Coney Island, two men broke into a restaurant through the back door and robbed speakers and cash.

Also in Coney Island, a 74-year old man died during a fight with another man who went back to his apartment to look for a gold chain he left behind after he stormed out with his girlfriend when they had an argument with the victim and his girlfriend while they were getting drunk together. It sounds like “Who’s afraid of Virginia Wolff?” if Richard Burton and George Seagal got into fisticuffs.

Again in Coney Island, a man shot a woman in the chest by the doorway of an apartment building at the Gravesend Houses.

And again in Coney Island, a man on a bike engaged in an argument with an app-hail driver sitting in his car while parked and then he shot him in the torso.

And again in Coney Island, a man was shot to death inside an apartment building hallway from a blasts to the chest.

And again in Coney Island, a man fired a fusillade of bullets at four men hanging out in front of the Carey Gardens Houses, killing one of them. NYPD is determining it was payback for the apartment shooting earlier.

In Carnasie, four men in a stolen SUV got into a high speed chase with cops and then the driver blew a stop sign and collided into a bus which then had a chain reaction crash with another car in the intersection, leading to 14 people getting injured.

Also in Canarsie, a man got shot in the face on the street in broad daylight.

Again in Canarsie, a man walked to the nearest hospital after getting shot at 9 times.

And again in Canarsie, a man was shot at three times while sitting in his car and crashed into a construction site attempting to drive away.

And again in Canarsie, an off-duty NYPD detective was caught driving drunk after he scraped two parked cars.

And again in Canarsie, a man got shot to death on the street.

And again in Canarsie, a man got shot to death in front of his house.

In Flatlands, a man stalked a 77-year-old man who was walking home and held him up at knifepoint and forced him into his car and then drove to a bank and then forced his victim to withdraw cash from an ATM and made off with $1,800 of his savings.

In Bed-Stuy, a man shot another man in the arm in broad daylight in the middle of a block.

Also in Bed Stuy, a man got shot in the middle of a street by a man who ambushed him by emerging from a building next to a bodega.

Again in Bed Stuy, a man was shot to death by the Kingsborough houses by a man who was loitering in front of the building waiting for him to come out.

And again in Bed Stuy, a man got murdered while he was standing on the sidewalk in a drive-by shooting.

And again in Bed-Stuy, two men got shot in their arms on the sidewalk.

And again in Bed Stuy, a man riding a citibike on the sidewalk slowed up and dismounted in front of a woman walking with a baby and ripped a chain off her neck and rode away.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man on a moped rode by two women on the sidewalk and slapped their asses and then cruised to Crown Heights and grabbed a woman’s tush while riding by her on the sidewalk.

And again in Bed Stuy, a man was shot in the butt at an intersection.

And again in Bed Stuy, two men chased after a man on the grounds of the Marcy Houses and shot him to death.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a 62-year-old man was shot to death after his killer chased him inside a church where he worked as a caretaker.

And again in Bed Stuy, a man got shot in front of another church.

In Bushwick, a 200 pound woman randomly punched a six-year-old boy in the head in front of his mother at a chain pharmacy after she yelled at random people on the street.

Also in Bushwick, a NYPD detective got suspended after he stole money during a investigative search inside an apartment.

Again in Bushwick, a club ironically called the Illmore is flouting and violating pandemic protocols by throwing raves as their patrons party down and mill about in front of cruddy building without masks on. So where are the NYC sheriff’s dept and the NYPD to take down these brazen vectors? Oh yeah, Bushwick is an established upper class hipster town.

And again in Bushwick, a man got shot to death while sitting in a Mercedes while a block party was happening.

And again in Bushwick, a row house remodeled as a luxury building leased by two young women entrepreneurs is being used for weekly rambunctious parties as neighbors are griping about the consistent racket and sights of people milling about without distancing or masks in front of the place for over 3 months during the pandemic. Yet again, no sheriffs or NYPD trying to repress this to stop potential super spreading. And again because it’s upper class hipsters.

And again in Bushwick, a  man got shot to death as he was sitting in his car.

In Fort Greene, two men knocked a food delivery man off his bike and rode away on it.

Also in Fort Greene, a man grabbed his girlfriend by her head and threw her at a window of a supermarket.

Again in Fort Greene, a man and his three pals beat the shit out of man over a parking space while he impersonated a police officer.

And again in Fort Greene, a man mugged a public housing worker for 20 bucks and her phone as he rammed her head against the wall inside an elevator.

And again in Fort Greene, a 12-year-old taking a livery cab to her home in Bed-Stuy got beaten down, held at gunpoint and raped by the man driving her there.

And again in Fort Greene, two men having a brawl in a Mickey D’s took their tussle outside then both decided to settle it with guns, leading to one of the them getting killed during the shootout. The dead man beat the daylights out of a man who broke up a fight between two girls inside that same restaurant five years ago that was being filmed by ghouls to disseminate on social media.

And again in Fort Greene, two boys and a woman were shot by a park in a drive-by.

In Park Slope, a man swiped a charity box and cracked it opened and robbed the money it contained from inside a church after mass ended and while a nun was blessing the pews.

In Clinton Hill, four men attacked a woman from behind and smacked her head with a bottle.

Also in Clinton Hill, a man held up a man at gunpoint on the street and robbed his watch, jewelry and $1,200 cash at 2 in the morning. Better leave the bling at home for a little while.

Again in Clinton Hill, three men got shot while they hanging out in a crowd at a parking lot.

And again in Clinton Hill, a man got shot on the street.

In Gowanus, a man shot another man on the leg to settle an argument and got away in a car without license plates.

In Bensonhurst, an 89-year-old woman walked out of her house and was immediately attacked by two men who slapped her in the face and then set her hair on fire.

In Dyker Heights, three men barged into a bagel shop as a worker was about to close for the day and then trashed the place after they were told to leave, causing $13,000 worth of damage.

In Prospect Heights, a man held up a bank and robbed it of $3,750 and did it wearing a shirt that was designed for eventual incarceration.

A judge decided not to grant him bail since he robbed the same bank four times in the last 3 years, but the skell mocked him and shamelessly bragged he had the money to post up.

Also in Prospect Heights, a man was shot to death while he was sitting in a car stemming from a feud he had with other people over a woman he went out with.

In Weeksville, a man chased another man and shot him to death in the middle of the street after a fight escalated when the victim kept his killer’s lighter when he borrowed it inside a bar. That must have been some fucking lighter.

Also in Weeksville, a man got shot in the chest on the street and survived it.

Again in Weeksville, a bullet grazed a man’s head on the street.

In DUMBO, a man snatched a woman’s purse as she was walking on the Manhattan Bridge.

Also in DUMBO, two men got shot on the streets by two men in a four hours span at night.

In Brooklyn Heights, a man lounging on the steps of a train station entrance awoke and went bonkers and attacked a group of cops who told him to move.

In Downtown Brooklyn at the Jay St./Metrotech Center, a man closed the window on the train cab and injured the conductor’s fingers.

Also in Downtown Brooklyn, a man smacked a receptionist inside a hotel lobby following a dispute.

Again in Downtown Brooklyn, two men robbed a diner of $3,750 after one of them gained entry by smashing a brick through a window.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, a man broke into a pizzeria and robbed the register containing 400 bucks.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn at the Jay St./Metrotech Station, a drunk man smacked another man in the head and his target responded by slashing his face with a knife.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, a man got shot to death following a dispute on the street.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, a dog run by a luxury building had to be shut down after bottles were being chucked from a luxury hotel across the street that was converted into a homeless shelter.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn at the Hoyt-Schemehorn Station, a man charged at a MTA worker and pushed him onto the tracks with the A train arriving, which stopped just in time when commuters alerted the conductor.

In Boerum Hill, a man stupidly left his Citibike unattended and a man snatched it and rode away.

Also in Boerum Hill, a man feigning to be lost ask a man for directions and then hit him with a bat in broad daylight.

Again in Boerum Hill, a man got shot in the shoulder in a drive-by as he was walking by an apartment building.

And again in Boreum Hill, a man leaned out of the front passenger window of a car as it was moving and shot at a man riding his bike on the sidewalk and hit him twice.

 

And again in Boerum Hill, an ice cream man blatantly and brazenly knocked over and physically moved police sawhorses so he can drive on the blocks that were barricaded to all traffic meant for children to safely play on the streets because of the city’s open streets program.

 

And the children respond by greeting him with open arms and parents cash to purchase delicious custard and pops he serves with an exposed smile while maskless. A smile that remains when he laughs off the city’s failed open streets policy.

yay! we got ice cream, we got ice cream! Fuck you Blaz, Cojo and Transportation Alternatives

In Borough Park, a man working for a neighborhood security patrol got slashed in the face when he tried to stop a gang of four men beating up a person on a bench.

In Red Hook, a man got shot in the arm as he was dropping his friend off by the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

In Mill Basin, Coney Island, East New York and Brownsville, a man held up four cabbies at gunpoint in a two and half hour span robbery spree.

In Homecrest at the Avenue U Station, a man whipped out his choad in front of a woman on the Q train and posed for a couple more pictures before getting off.

In Bay Ridge, a man attempted to rob a bank with a note and failed.

Also in Bay Ridge, a man sneaked into a house by going through a door that was left open and robbed the resident of his cellphone, keys, and $640 and a designer wallet.

Again in Bay Ridge, a man robbed a taco truck of $4,000 that was left in a satchel he grabbed by the drivers seat.

And again in Bay Ridge, a man mistakenly left his car door unlocked and a thief snatched a wallet containing $180 and credit cards.

And again in Bay Ridge, a man got jumped from behind by another man who stabbed him in the ass while he was trying to enter his car.

In Sheepshead Bay, a young man was shot to death over a pot deal gone wrong. Just fucking legalize it Cuomo.

Also in Sheepshead Bay, a man got shot in the leg on a street corner.

Again in Sheepshead Bay, two men set up a 68-year-old man for a robbery when one of them feigned to be lost and asked for directions then his accomplice knocked the man to the ground and stuck a gun at him and stole an $8,000 watch and over $4,000 worth of jewelry from him.

In Bensonhurst, a man abducted a child as she was waiting for a bus to go to a summer camp and took her home and refused to let her out of his bedroom. The man got caught eventually when the mother and the NYPD put an Amber alert on him.

In Gowanus, a man was shot in the leg and wouldn’t rat on his assailant.

In Midwood, a man running for city council was attacked from behind and fell to the sidewalk after a man hit his head with a blunt object.

In Gravesend at the 25th Avenue Station, a man awakened a man sleeping on the D train just to steal his wallet.

In Greenpoint, a bunch of covidiot event promoters threw a rave by the Kosciusko Bridge, leading to a mass gathering of “pandemic fatigued” vectors that made social distancing impossible. They tried to justify the hazard they caused and risk to hundreds of young adults who attended the dance party by saying it was a meant to be a charity for Black Lives Matter. Talk about sleazy re-appropriation of a social justice movement to promote their business and themselves. The digital publication that posted this incident has been doing on the hour coronavirus updates since April and had no problem posting other stories of COVID19 defying parties with mass amounts of young adults, yet they decided to protect the organizers of this event by not displaying their names. Which led one of their disqus commentators to do the city and state a service they didn’t have the guts to do.

Also in Greenpoint, two men got into a street fight following an argument and one of them pulled out a gun during the tussle and shot his foe in the leg.

Seven livery and yellow cab drivers got mugged in a week in Kings County. And ten men with prior felonies involving guns were busted again for illegal gun possession.

In Carrol Gardens at the Smith St./9th Ave. Station, a recently incarcerated rapper who was arraigned and then sentenced to serve 47 years in prison for his gang ties and shooting incidents got on the G train and laid his ass down on the bench as he and his entourage went on without wearing face masks. The famous skell is walking free because he informed on his former allies to get a very extremely reduced sentence and also because to prevent the spread of coronavirus inside prisons. I guess his repulsive attitude is to be expected.

In Red Hook, A woman was found dead floating on the canal by Governor’s Island.

In Cobble Hill, a man broke into Jake Gyllenhall’s big sister car when she was out of town and robbed it of $16,000 worth of merchandise. That really sucks a fuck.

The borough of Brooklyn has had twice as many shootings so far than at the end of August of 2019. With a 30% rise in homicides

Bronx

In Mott Haven, a man got hit by a stray bullet when he walked by a shootout happening at the Mitchell Houses, becoming the 777th person shot in 2020 which surpassed the total amount of shooting incidents last year.

Also in Mott Haven, a man savagely beat down a cop at a hospital after he asked her to take off his cuffs so he could go to the bathroom. The cop nailed the sneaky bastard when he tried to run away.

Again in Mott Haven, a woman got shot in the leg during an argument with other people on the street.

And again in Mott Haven, a man was shot in the shoulder near a street corner.

And again in Mott Haven, a man shot and hit three men and a woman from a street corner and ran away with 3 other men.

And again in Mott Haven, a man flashed a gun at a bodega cashier so he can get a bottle of root beer for free.

And again in Mott Haven, two men pushed their way into a man’s house and shot him and stole his cellphone.

And again in Mott Haven, two men got stabbed in their torsos during a fight in front of a deli, one of them died from his wound.

In Fordham Heights, a church that also operates as a food pantry and soup kitchen was burglarized by three men who broke into the back door after midnight. They stole $8,000 worth of computers and audio items and then they trashed the place and took a shit on a foyer.

In Fordham Heights, a transgender woman was stabbed to death in the hallway of an apartment building.

Again in Fordham Heights, a 14-year-old boy was shot in the leg on the sidewalk and wouldn’t reveal his shooter to the cops.

And again in Fordham Heights, a man got stabbed to death after he argued with a man and a woman on the street.

And again in Fordham Heights, a man stalking his ex-girlfriend for a month after she broke up with him shot her in the face.

In Melrose, a handicapped man relaxing outside of his apartment building was harassed then violently mugged by two men who were loitering nearby, as they pulled his wheelchair while he was sitting on it and then kicked his face and then tried to steal money from him. The victim only had 2 bucks on him.

Also in Melrose at the Westchester Ave. Station, a man yelled xenophobic accusations at a woman on the 5 train then spit on her and told her to go back to China and Manhattan so she doesn’t spread the coronavirus.

Again in Melrose, a man snatched $7,000 from another man’s hands while he was standing in front of an ATM machine after he just withdrew the cash from a bank.

And again in Melrose, a woman got killed from a stray bullet that hit her in the back of her head when a man shot at a group of people nearby two public schools as he was charging at them on the sidewalk before the sun rose.

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

And again in Melrose, a man died after getting stabbed four times on the street.

In Belmont, a man shot another man to death following a street fight in front of a gathering of people and in the presence of cops who showed up to disperse the crowd.

Also in Belmont, a man was shot to death on the street.

Again in Belmont, a man was stabbed to death in the middle of the avenue.

In Allerton, a man shot another man to death at BBQ party at a playground by the Eastchester Houses.

Also in Allerton, a man got shot in the back by a stray bullet.

In University Heights, a man stabbed a transgender woman to death was stabbed to death from multiple strikes to her chest inside an apartment building.

Also in University Heights, a man stalked a woman to her apartment building and sneaked in as she entered her home and tried to rape her but ran away when she hid in the bathroom and locked the door on him.

Again in University Heights, a man killed himself trying to cross the Major Deegan Expressway on foot.

And again in University Heights, two men got into a shootout on the street by a daycare center while 8 kids were inside.

In Soundview, a man was shot to death by a masked gunman while watching a dice game before he was heading home to a baby shower for his newborn child.

Also in Soundview, a man and a woman got shot in their legs during a candlelight memorial for a relative who got shot and killed the week before.

And again in Soundview, two men attacked a 14-year-old boy and stomped on him in the middle of the street and then stabbed him in broad daylight.

And again in Soundview, a man was shot to death while he was sitting in the front seat of a car waiting for someone.

And again in Soundview, a man attacked a 63-year-old woman by her house and chased her inside. When he tried to hit her with a black cable box, the woman pulled out a .38 and shot the perp in the leg. She’s a retired cop.

And again in Soundview, a man was shot on the leg by the Bronx River Parkway in a drive by.

And again in Soundview, two men shook down a man on the 6 train and stabbed him in the torso and robbed his backpack, cellphone, earbuds and wallet and got off the next stop. The wounded victim pursued the perps and got his backpack back but got stabbed three more times during the struggle.

And again in Soundview, a woman inside a bodega got livid when a worker asked her to wear a facemask that she took a knife and damaged bottles of juice and soda and other items on the shelves and kept doing it even when 12 cops arrived as they watched her destroy $7,000 worth of groceries because the NYPD feels they can’t do their job without using excessive force.

In Morris Heights, a man got killed during a domestic dispute with his fiance when her son stabbed him in the neck after he tried to assault her inside their apartment.

In Clason Point, a man walked up to another man hanging out with people and took out a gun and shot him in the chest.

In Concourse, a man stole $5,000 from a man who lying unconscious or sleeping on the sidewalk.

Also in Concourse, a man grabbed two little girls by their rear ends in an apartment building lobby.

In Laconia, a man shot another man to death around the corner from the victim’s house.

In Eastchester, a man was shot to death on the grounds of a public housing complex.

In Claremont Village, a man was shot in the arm on a street corner.

In Hunts Point, a teenage girl got shot in the leg from a stray bullet that got fired during a massive fight between two gangs on the street during a car and motorcycle gang meet that her father brought her to.

Also in Hunts Point, a man got shot in the foot on a street corner.

In the East Bronx, a man was shot to death on the street in front of an apartment building.

Also in the East Bronx, a man who raped his ex-girlfriend that was released without bail by a judge returned to her building and tried to get inside with a key even though he had a restraining order on him.

Again in the East Bronx, a man ambushed another man inside his apartment building and placed a chokehold on him from behind while on the staircase and stole $300 from him.

In the South Bronx, two men got shot at and hit the leg and arm following a fight inside a park.

Also in the South Bronx, a man was shot in the back on a street corner.

In the West Bronx, a man got shot in the foot twice on a street corner.

Also in West Bronx, a man got stabbed to death on the sidewalk after arguing with a couple.

In Tremont, two cops were caught smoking from a hookah pipe in their patrol car while on patrol to stop the rise in shootings.

In Foxhurst, a man got attacked by six men who beat him down to the pavement the moment he got on the street exiting from the Hunts Point Station and all they got from that ultraviolence was his baseball cap. The victim is fearful of going back to work because the gang is still roaming the streets.

Also in Foxhurst, a 68-year-old man stabbed another man to death in an apartment building lobby.

Again in Foxhurst, a woman shoplifting packs of wipes from a dollar store got stopped by a worker and a customer and then she beat them both up by throwing punches trying to escape.

In Morrisania, a man walking with his wife got shot to death after he flicked his cigarette at a group of three men who got into an argument then chased him after they passed by.

Also in Morrisania, a man fired all his ammo from his gun at an apartment from the street.

Again in Morrisania, a 61-year-old woman got struck on the leg by a stray bullet that came from the gun of a man who pulled it out to settle an argument with another man on the street.

And again in Morrisania, a man accompanied by a woman and another man walked by an 81-year-old man collecting cans from garbage cans and slashed him on the face for no reason. The elderly man is yearning to kick their asses.

And again in Morrisania, two men got shot in front of a deli while putting items in a car. One of them died from his wound from getting hit in the leg.

And again in Morrisania, a man got shot to death on a street corner from 10 bullets fired at him, one of them hitting his head.

And again in Morrisania, a  young woman got shot on the sidewalk after midnight.

In Highbridge, a man sneaked up on two men hanging out in front of bodega and shot them multiple times, hitting both of them in their mid-sections.

Also in Highbridge, a man brutally murdered an 18-year-old man by stabbing him three times then dousing him in gasoline and burning him inside an apartment building when he found out he was still dating his kid sister.

Again in Highbridge, a man got accosted by a gang of four men loitering in front of a store and hectored him to buy drugs off of them and got beaten down to the ground, slashed on the wrist and had his backpack stolen when he just said no.

In Medford, the FDNY responding to a house on fire found a BMW obstructing a fire hydrant, so they broke four windows to connect the hoses to it so they could put out the blaze in two hours. The owner, who left the car there because the battery died on his remote access key, crassly whined that it was going to cost him a “bag of money”. Even though if he would have called a tow truck and took it to a garage to store in, he would have saved a shitload of money just paying daily parking fees instead of putting a bullshit USPS placard on the dashboard.

In Pelham, a man slashed a 65-year-old man in the neck inside a clothing store while his victim was helping someone.

In Mount Hope, a man survived getting killed on the street as a bullet grazed his head.

In Morris Heights, two men got shot during a dice game at 4 a.m.

Also in Morris Heights, a man got shot in the arm on a street corner.

In Longwood, a man held up a livery cab driver at gunpoint and forced him to give him a bag of cash the second he got to his destination.

In Crotona, a man shot at a group of people hanging out on the street and hit a 16-year-old girl and a man in their legs. Less than an hour later, another 16-year-old girl was shot in the butt while standing on the sidewalk.

Also in Crotona, a 60 year-old man was shot to death in a drive-by in front of his house

Again in Crotona, a man was shot to death on the sidewalk.

And again in Crotona, a man got shot at as he was standing by his car, then he got in and drove and hit two cars and stumbled out. He died hours later from his wounds.

In Crotona Park East, a man held up a pharmacy at knife point and robbed $150 from the register and protein shakes.

In Longwood, a man shot another man in the leg when the victim opened the door to him at his home.

In Wakefield, a man was shot in the middle of the block.

Also in Wakefield, a man got hit by a stray bullet on a street corner when he got caught in the crossfire from two men shooting each other on the sidewalk.

At the Sheridan Expressway, a man involved in a car accident told the man he was exchanging insurance info with that he was a cop and he then got beaten down to the ground by him and two other men who was in the other car and he drove away with them.

At the Cross Bronx Expressway, a woman who got stuck on the road when her new car stalled got crushed to death when a tractor trailer driver lost control of his vehicle and rear-ended her car and caused it to ram into her and into an overpass wall.

At the Major Deegan Expressway, a woman got shot at while she was driving.

In Parkchester, two men held up a man and his wife and daughter inside an elevator in an apartment building and robbed his watch. This incident happened in 2017 and the NYPD decided to release this video footage on their twitter account three years later to announce that those muggers are fugitives that are still on the loose.

Queens

In Middle Village, de Blasio’s Get Food program to aid poor people stricken by coronavirus dumped over 40 boxes of food on the street curb by a wall of a vehicle underpass. Although the food distributed was hardly what you can call beneficial, as packages with peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and pretzel goldfish were marked as “vegetarian” meals. This administration’s warped semantics manifests itself even when they are being charitable, but this should have been expected when the Sanitation Dept. was tasked to handle the logistics and distribution of this emergency program. Soulless.

Also in Middle Village, a man killed himself when he lost control of a motor scooter he rented and crashed into a light pole.

In Long Island City, a restaurant owner had trouble getting customers as bunch of derelicts would harass them for money, smoke K2 and crack, and get into street fights while loitering around his place of business. So a woman running for mayor as a Republican donated the services of a security guard to protect his establishment.

Also in Long Island City, a man punched another man in the face on the 7 train then he and a woman accompanying him charged after a woman who was filming the assault on her phone and they beat the crap out of her.

Again in Long Island City, a man walking on a path at the Queensbridge Houses got bumped into by two men and got into an argument, then ran when the two men drew knives at him. The two men caught up to him and stabbed him multiple times.

And again in Long Island City, a man got shot to death while walking on the sidewalk from a drive-by shooting.

And again in Long Island City, a man attacked another man on the 7 train by pummeling his face and then punched a woman that was filming the assault. Then the man got off at the Queensboro Plaza station and ran away.

And again in Long Island City at the Vernon Blvd. Station, 39 windows on the 7 train were smashed.

And again in Long Island City, a man got shot after getting hit with a stray bullet shot from the gun of a 17-year-old boy who was trying to kill someone else. The victim died a month later. After the kid botched that killing he shot at another person a month later and missed him too.

And again in Long Island City, a man shot another man to death on the street after arguing over a parking spot.

And again in Long Island City, two men cut their way through a gate of a storage building and robbed 13 grand worth of tools.

And again in Long Island City, a community group hired a private security company to patrol the streets and parks because of the apparent NYPD slowdown.

In Far Rockaway, a man was shot to death on the sidewalk with the sun barely out.

Also in Far Rockaway, two men were shot in their torsos on the street and the gunmen got away in a car waiting for him.

Again in Far Rockaway, a man was shot to death in front of his apartment building.

And again in Far Rockaway, a man got shot to death by a man who blasted him twice with a shotgun while the victim was holding the door open for someone at a McDonalds.

And again in Far Rockaway, a man got shot in the foot on the sidewalk.

And again in Far Rockaway, a man yearning to leave NYC was shot to death on the grounds of the Redfern Houses.

And again in Far Rockaway, three people were shot as an argument escalated at a block party.

In Rockaway Beach, a working refrigerator left outside of a building meant to provide free food to poor people struggling to buy essential groceries during the pandemic and the purgatory economy got stolen and was brought to and left on a jetty on the beach by Neponsit so it can be mocked at on social media by crass pitiless savages.

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In Rockaway Park, a man was found dead sitting in a car.

In Hammels, a man was shot in the leg on the sidewalk an hour before sunrise.

In Edgemere, the man who was involved in a viral video where he got choked out by a cop in during an arrest in Rockaway Beach that led to that cop’s suspension got arrested again on the peninsula after he robbed a backpack off a 14-year-old girl at the Beach 44th St. Station he tried to panhandle from after she wouldn’t give him money.

In Kew Gardens, a luxury hotel down the block from the Queens County courthouse has become a den of iniquity flophouse after they brought down rates in order to garner business. Which wound up being used mostly for wild parties every night with revelers tossing bottles from the rooms, blowing up fireworks outside and drug deals in the lobby and culminated with two shootings in early July and a week ago at the front entrance.

 

If this “luxury” hotel needed money so bad, it’s perplexing that they didn’t cut a deal with de Blasio’s Department of Homeless Services to take in homeless people and ex-convicts; pertaining to the city’s policy for housing them in hotels in the Upper West Side in Manhattan and upscale Downtown Brooklyn because of pandemic protocols, which were reportedly being violated every night by the daily baccanalias being thrown by the hotel’s new clientele in their suites.

During a protest to have this hotel be accountable for their loose standards in order to run their business, a man and a woman came out of the bullet ridden entrance of the hotel yelling at the top of their lungs at each other and then spit on reporters as they were filming their spat.

Also in Kew Gardens at the Union Turnpike station, a man grabbed a woman and demanded money from her.

In Kew Gardens Hills, a man broke through the back door of a chain pharmacy and walked out with free beer and batteries. This heist would make more sense in 1985 when boomboxes were around, good times.

In Richmond Hill at the 111 St. Station, a man was pushed down the stairs and died instantly.

In St. Albans, a man accidentally bumped into another man inside a deli and a brawl between them ensued as they went outside and wrestled each other on the concrete. Then the man who got bumped took out a gun and shot the other guy in the chest.

Also in St. Albans, a man got shot to death on the street from getting hit in the head and chest.

In Hollis, a man got frustrated by a worker that was flagging cars to go around a construction site and took out a gun and shot at him but missed.

Also in Hollis, a man trying to break up a fight at a playground while a basketball tourney and bbq party got shot to death when someone pulled a gun out during the melee. The event was attended by 200 people, who all evacuated the area as the bullets were flying.

Again in Hollis, a man got killed while jaywalking on the street when two cars coming from both directions hit him.

In Astoria, a NYPD cop committed suicide by shooting himself in his home.

Also in Astoria, a man and a woman were caught shoplifting food in a supermarket and the man hit the worker with a broom so they can get away.

Again in Astoria, four men hanging out on chess tables at the Ravenswood Houses while getting drunk on gin and Red Bulls got confronted by a man who stepped up to them and shot at them.

And again in Astoria, two men got into a tussle on the street when a man driving an SUV scratched the other guy’s car that was double parked, then the man he dinged strangled him and stole his cellphone.

In Springfield Gardens, a man got shot to death following a fight at a backyard party.

Also in Springfield Gardens, a man wound up brain dead in a hospital after he was thrown from a moving SUV and landed on his head on the asphalt.

In Woodside, a man sneaked up behind an 84-year-old man walking on the sidewalk and tried to lift his wallet from his pocket, knocking him down to the concrete. The elderly man threw coffee at his attackers face and took his face mask off and the skell ran away with nothing.

Also in Woodside at the 61st St. Station, a man blatantly jacked himself off in front of a woman on the7 train.

Again in Woodside, a man got killed when he ran a red light and a city bus hit him and dragged him on the asphalt for a block.

In Flushing, a woman killed herself when she crashed her car into a train trestle while speeding on the boulevard.

Also in Flushing, a man was stabbed multiple times all over his body inside a house.

Again in Flushing, a man stalking a woman in Kissena Park starting making come-on’s to her which she vehemently rejected and kept walking away. The man then stalked her on the sidewalk and jumped her from behind and threw her to the pavement and took her pants off and threatened her life. The woman then smacked his face with a cellphone and the creep ran away.

And again in Flushing, a man broke into a Malaysian restaurant through the front door and stole a thousand bucks from the register.

And again in Flushing, a man broke into a seafood restaurant through the back door and robbed 700 bucks from the register.

And again in Flushing, a man set a house on fire then he went on the street and started bashing a SUV with a pole. When the cops arrived, the crazed was possessing the pole and an ax and then threw projectiles at them and then got shot by a stun gun by a NYPD sergeant. Four cops got injured during the melee.

And again in Flushing, people struggling to pay for food during the pandemic and economic crisis lined up over 7 blocks to get aid from a food pantry.

And again in Flushing, a man got shot in the torso inside an apartment building.

In Rego Park, a man jumped a 72-year-old woman from behind inside the lobby of an apartment building, put her in a stranglehold and robbed jewelry and $60 off her.

Also in Rego Park, a man followed a 79-year-old woman into her apartment building and then caught her in the elevator as it was about to close and grabbed her, robbed her groceries and ran away. The man served 8 years in prison on a rape conviction.

In Woodhaven, two men were shot at on a street corner. One of the victims got shot in the arm and died and the other who got shot in the head and body survived.

Also in Woodhaven, a man was shot to death inside of his house as cops and neighbors suspect his ex-girlfriend and her mother were involved.

Again in Woodhaven, a man sitting his SUV and his friend leaning on it were shot at in a drive-by shooting as a black sedan rolled by them. The driver got shot in the head and died and his friend got hit in the arm.

And again in Woodhaven, a tree got uprooted during a hurricane and crushed a parked car. Residents weary waiting for the city to clear the road decided to cut the tree and remove it themselves.

In Ridgewood, a man got shot in the leg and a woman got grazed by a stray bullet by a man who was riding with a gang of ebike riders.

Also in Ridgewood, two men held up a flower shop at gunpoint and robbed it of $500.

In Jamaica at the Parsons Blvd/Archer Ave. Station, a man and a woman got into a heated argument and then the man pounded her face multiple times and threw her purse on the tracks.

Also in Jamaica, a woman got shot while riding in the front seat of car from someone shooting from the sidewalk.

Again in Jamaica, two young men and a young woman got shot at a backyard party.

And again in Jamaica, an off-duty correction officer got shot to death after he had a dispute over a parking space with a gang of men and one of them shot him 11 times. The killer and his accomplices are still on the loose and it’ll be interesting to see that motherfucker’s priors.

And again in Jamaica, a man and a 17-year-old boy got shot on the street by two men.

And again in Jamaica, a man was shot in the leg in front of an apartment building.

And again in Jamaica, a man grabbed a woman on the sidewalk and pushed her in an alley and raped her.

And again in Jamaica, a man shot at two men and a woman on a street corner during a drive-by.

And again in Jamaica, a man smashed the driver’s window on a city bus and verbally berated him afterward.

In South Jamaica, a man standing in the middle of the avenue of a two way street got killed when a man loaded on drugs hit him with his SUV.

In Elmhurst, a man shot at another man twice on a street corner.

Also in Elmhurst, a m an on the run from the cops for setting a patrol vehicle on fire got caught at his place of employment after he left a taunting message at his apartment and a bunch of anarchist attire and accessories plus a gasoline bottle.

In East Elmhurst, a man was shot to death on the courtyard outside an apartment building.

In Corona, a man got shot on the street and died when he ran into a restaurant for help.

Also in Corona, an off duty cop beat the hell out of his wife on a street corner after arguing over him visiting their child.

Again in Corona at the 103rd St. Station, 21 windows were smashed on the 7 train.

In Jackson Heights, a gang of 7 men and boys attacked a man on a street corner as while he was delivering food and beat him down on the crosswalk with merciless repetitive punches and kicks to his body and ripped off his phone and wallet.

Also in Jackson Heights at the Junction Blvd. Station, a man kicked a woman for standing to close to him on the 7 train, presumably because of social distancing protocol. Then the woman decided to take her phone out and film him, enraging him enough that he pulled out a knife that was on a chain he was wearing and he slashed her on the hand.

Again in Jackson Heights, a man was shot to death inside an apartment building.

In Forest Park, a man attacked a woman while she was jogging on a trail and threw her onto the ground behind a bush and tried to rape her but failed when the woman kicked his ass.

In Sunnyside, two men swindled a man through social media and then beat him down at his house and robbed a bag filled with $10,000 and also his phone.

Also in Sunnyside, a man feigning to be lost approached a 76-year-old woman and snatched her chain and ran after he asked for her help.

In Maspeth, two men held up a man at gunpoint then fled in a blue car.

Also in Maspeth, a city bus driver just starting his shift got obstructed by two double parked cars on the street and his bus got temporarily hijacked by a group of young adult revelers without face masks who filmed themselves dancing, drinking booze and smoking from a hookah as the powerless driver waited patiently for them to depart.

Again in Maspeth and also Woodside, Flushing and Elmhurst, a man broke into a chain donut shop, two chain restaurants and a grocery store and robbed $1,800 from them. Plus a carton of cigarettes.

And again in Maspeth, a homeless man stabbed another homeless man in the leg while he was sleeping and then chased him on the street. The victim ran into a firehouse to get help and a fireman stopped the violent bum when he tried another attack.

In Laurelton, a 19-year-old woman was shot in the leg on a street corner.

In South Ozone Park, a cop was caught shoplifting various items from a chain pharmacy.

Also in South Ozone Park, four men beat down a man on a street corner and robbed 200 bucks off him.

In Ozone Park, a man trying to rob two men at gunpoint on the sidewalk got surprised when they fought back and tried to wrest the gun from him, but the gunmen managed to pistol whip one of them and escape.

Also in Ozone Park, a man got shot in the leg by two men on the boulevard. Capping a week when 14 homicides and 76 people were hit by gunfire and 49 of them were shot during the weekend.

Again in Ozone Park, a 64-year-old woman got killed crossing the street by a hit-and-run driver in an SUV that sped up when the light turned yellow.

In Richmond Hill, a cable company placed a portable generator on a electrical pole to keep services going after a hurricane shut them down a week earlier.

In Briarwood, a tree fell on a car during a hurricane and killed a 60-year-old man sitting in the front seat.

In Douglaston, a man who set a traffic camera on fire was found to possess notes on his desire to do a mass shooting domestic terrorist attack which included raw instructions on how to self-make an AR-15 assault rifle.

In Queens Village, a man killed himself while speeding on his motorcycle on the highway.

Also in Queens Village, a man got shot to death on the street in broad daylight.

Again in Queens Village, a man and a woman got shot on the street following an argument with other people.

In Glendale, a 78-year-old man got killed when an SUV hit him in the middle of the street.

In Lindenwood, a dead woman was found floating in a creek by Jamaica Bay.

At JFK Airport, an app-hail driver refused to let a fare into his car because she refused to wear a facemask. The woman then threw juice in his back seat and then attacked the man as he was cleaning it up and then she physically attacked and spit on him while filming her assault on her cellphone as the driver defended himself. The cops arrived and arrested the driver, causing him to be suspended by his company.

Staten Island

In Mariners Harbor, a man shot another man to death inside a bodega and took aim at his victim while a woman was standing inches away in the same aisle as she was putting items in a refrigerator.

Also in Mariners Harbor, two boys got into a livery cab and mugged the driver, beating him down and robbing 300 bucks off him.

Again in Mariners Harbor, a man walked up to a group of men and engaged in a conversation with a man then shot him twice at point blank range and walked away.

And again in Mariners Harbor, a man got shot to death in front of a deli.

And again in Mariners Harbor, a man shot at two other men on the street in broad daylight, hitting one on the leg and the other in the back.

In Clifton, a man got shot in the leg during a BBQ cookout at an apartment building parking lot and died from his wound. The man was in town to visit his family for a relative who also got shot to death on the street.

Also in Clifton, a man got shot 3 times inside of an apartment.

In West Brighton, a man walked right up to another man standing in front of a cellphone store and shot him to death.

Also in West Brighton, a man was shot in the groin the moment he stepped outside of a house.

Again in West Brighton, a woman got shot in the leg inside an public housing apartment building.

In New Dorp, a man shoved a 7-year-old girl to the sidewalk because he thought her mother gave him a dirty look.

Also in New Dorp, a man sent lascivious messages to a 12-year-old boy’s social media account and arranged meetings to meet him at a nearby beach to engage in sexual acts but got busted by the cops when he arrived there after the boy’s father let the NYPD monitor the account.

Again in New Dorp, an 18-year-old man was attacked by a xenophobic man who bashed his car with a baseball bat and slashed his tires and then clobbered him on the head with the bat when he stepped out of his car in front of a crowd of people as he continued to berate and threaten him.

In Great Kills, two men fired shots at a house in a drive-by shooting.

Also in Great Kills, various men robbed thousands of dollars from a bank by taking advantage of a glitch by using their debit cards to withdraw money from the ATMs. It got out of hand when the robbers were having disputes which led to a man getting shot over an argument about the pilfered cash while they were trying to hack into the machines and a high speed chase with the cops as a bunch of them fled in getaway cars, leading into a patrol SUV crashing into a tree.

Again in Great Kills, a man crashed his car into the back of a house and set it on fire.

In New Springville, a man was apprehended by cops for robbing two small businesses. It was discovered he was wanted for a string of robberies in the borough two years ago.

In Park Hill, a man was shot in the leg at a BBQ party on the grounds of an apartment building and bled to death at the hospital.

In Arlington, a man shot another man to death inside of a bodega.

In Tottenville, a man painted a blue line on the median of Hyland Boulevard which was immediately vandalized with graffiti messaging against the NYPD.

In St. George, a cop saved a woman from attempting suicide with a box cutter inside her car.

In Concord, two men broke into a house by removing an air conditioner and stole two safes containing 4 large in cash and jewelry.

In Huguenot, a man crashed his SUV into another car in an intersection while drunk with his kids in the back seat.

In New Brighton, a man stabbed another man on the street.

In Annandale, a car crash involving a police car and an SUV in an intersection led to 2 cops and 5 citizens getting injured.

In Meiers Corner, a 70-year-old woman berated her neighbor, who is an NYPD cop, with incessant racial slurs and profanities. The vulgarian has been hassling other residents on the block for nigh a year with her rants of intolerance that people had to alter their daily routines to avoid bumping into her and her dirty ass mouth.

Meanwhile, the subway might be cleaner and somewhat germ-free and covid-resistant but it’s still not immune to the ultraviolence, as felony assaults rose 30% on the trains in the last month and car theft went up a whopping 60% as people are relying on them more rather than risk catching coronavirus on the trains. And the city’s garbage is piling higher and faster on street corners all over the city after City Council defunded 106 million dollars from the Department of Sanitation.

New Bad Days 75: Daily Shootings And Gang Violence Resurface In The Bronx, Manhattan And Brooklyn In A Rise In Violence Not Seen In 30 Years While Clashes Between BLM Protesters And Police Supporters Escalate, An Occupation Protest At City Hall Goes Awry And Barhoppers Persist To Party Hard In Defiance Of A Novel Virus On The Streets Of New York

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Following the daily relentless George Floyd protests against systemic police brutality and the exposure of the NYPD equally relentless aggression against the people participating in them even when violent crimes were rising on the streets of the five boroughs particularly shootings in 10 precincts, Commissioner Shea and Mayor de Blasio decided to abolish the plain clothes anti-crime units that were tasked with getting guns off the street.

Since that decision, it has correlated with a 205% rise in shootings which included 112 people getting shot in 9 days at the end of June, concluding a month where shootings went up an astonishing 130% compared to 2019 for this month. 40 people were shot at on the 4th of July alone. Murders are up 23% heading into August.

Commissioner Shea attributes the bloody violence happening daily not to his (and surely de Blasio’s) decision to suspend the anti-crime unit, which was recently deployed to selectively enforce pandemic protocols towards Black and Latinx people in lower median income neighborhoods but on the city and state bail reform laws enacted at the start of 2020. Both of them along with Chief Monahan also cite that the court system has not been fully available because of the coronavirus, even though hearings have been going since the pandemic first hit NYC in March.

Even though all of the Mayor’s, Shea’s and Monahan’s theories are debunked by the fact that the majority of the shooters have not been caught and are still running around on the streets and shacking somewhere else because the NYPD are making remarkably less arrests than they have last summer in 2019.  About over 60% less, which correlates with the horrendous rise of gun violence and killings.

 

Another factual reason why is that illegal guns are easier to get now as federal agencies tasked to stop gun trafficking are overwhelmed and understaffed because of the pandemic. A sociological reason might be that the worst elements of society collectively feels that the police can be overcome because of the reform laws enacted knowing that cops will be hesitant to apply submission holds during a difficult arrest with a perp for fear of being arraigned for a chokehold and the general hatred and mockery being dished from the protesters. And a logistical reason could be that lots of cops were redeployed from precincts to monitor all these impromptu protests in the last 50 days since the curfew protests, including the recent ones by Blue Lives Matter, which ironically has led to refunding the NYPD with more overtime pay.

But after a month of infighting and blaming, the Blaz and Shea have come up with a 6-point solution to tamp down on the daily fusillades and homicides racking up and they didn’t need to come up with an anagram to initiate it. Declaring to End Gun Violence Now and although no wants to get shot, the goal in it’s title is still unrealistic considering how relentless the gun violence on the streets are and a majority of them are not caught, it’s ambition is as comparable the Blaz’s Vision Zero street safety initiative for pedestrian and vehicles which has not done much for neither and people are still dying.

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But at least de Blasio’s NYPD has a plan for now, even if the goals are what they should be doing in the first place. After they make some progress with this, maybe they’ll also come up with plan to end knife, machete, fist, kick, non-consensual sexual and blunt object violence too.

It’s basic, but it’s worth a shot. No pun intended.

Manhattan

In Harlem, a 7-year-old girl was hit by a stray bullet shot from the gun fired by a 16-year-old boy while she was eating on the stoop as her mother was taking out groceries from her car when someone took out a gun and fired it during street fight among a group of men. A man also got shot in the leg during the melee. The mother is now contemplating ordering her groceries from home. I’m sure Bezos and all the other shop from home tech predators are onto to this unfortunate demographic.

Also in Harlem, during a fight over a drug deal, a man knocked down a homeless man causing him to fall on his head and to lose consciousness and dying from his injury later in a hospital.

Again in Harlem, a wheelchair bound man took out a gun and fired four shots at a group of men following an argument he had with them.

And again in Harlem, cops in NYPD SUV’s responding to the aforementioned shooting above stopped in their tracks on the avenue when a block party was still going on and a pickup up truck was obstructing the road ahead. When the cops turned on their sirens to get the crowd to disperse, a majority of people threw glass booze bottles at their vehicles, leading the cops to retreat and leave the vicinity in what can be described as blowback from the weeks of protests calling for their abolishing and also the systematic brutality the NYPD executed against those demonstrators.

 

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And again in Harlem at the 125th St. Station, a man got gruesomely slaughtered to death when he got hit by an arriving train after falling off the platform when he was trying to break up a fight between two women and then a man intervened and shoved him towards the tracks.

And again in Harlem, a man yelled at another man inside an apartment building that he was going to kill him, then he chased him out on the street and shot him to death.

And again in Harlem, three men and a woman were shot on the street and four men were shot at a party three blocks away.

And again in Harlem, a man was shot in the back steps away from Morningside Park and died without naming his killer to the cops.

And again in Harlem, a man was shot to death after arguing with his killer by Central Park.

And again in Harlem, stray bullets pierced through the walls of a man’s apartment from his 6-year-old girl’s bedroom.

And again in Harlem, a man was shot in the torso on the street in broad daylight.

And again in Harlem, a man was shot in the ankle in broad daylight.

And again in Harlem, a woman abducted her 7-month-old baby boy despite losing custody of her other children for being a neglectful parent.

And again in Harlem, a man was shot on the street and tried to flee but collapsed and then his friend crashed his car trying to drive him to the hospital. Then he died.

In East Harlem, a man and a woman got shot at multiple times by the FDR drive.

Also in East Harlem, a 15-year-old boy got shot in the chest and refused to snitch on his shooter.

Again in East Harlem, a man got shot to death while he was riding a Citibike going home and got caught in the crossfire of a shootout.

And again in East Harlem, a 17-year-old boy got shot to death while hanging out with his friends on the grounds of the Washington Houses.

In NoMad, a man and a woman got shot at on the sidewalk in a drive-by shooting after leaving a rooftop bar where they had a fight with other people. The woman died after she took the bullet to the chest for her boyfriend as she pushed him out of the way as he got hit in the leg. This murder happened down the block from Jeff Bezos’s new three story lair on 26th Street.

In Downtown Manhattan, a militia of cops charged protesters that occupied the park grounds by City Hall for a week hours before Mayor de Blasio showed up for the budget hearings with City Council. Cops removed barricades the protesters took to guard their occupation and then arrested three people after the front of the surrogate courthouse building got tagged with political and vitriolic graffiti overnight.

 

The occupation grew to over 400 people and was able to match the numbers of the NYPD as they continued to curse them out and resist their presence enough to make the cops back up and stand at ease across the street from the park.

Occupiers decided to name it CHAZ (City Hall autonomous zone) after another protest group’s disastrous attempt to form a permanent protest zone in Seattle. The Naked Cowboy stopped by to have discourse with him but got smacked in the back of his head. In a bizarre development, protesters have also attacked journalists trying to report from the occupation, shockingly taking the same approach the NYPD did with journalists trying to cover the Black Lives Matter earlier in the month during the city wide 8 p.m. curfew.

Although the park already had poor people sleeping in the park, more homeless people arrived to the “abolition zone” which unfortunately led to outbursts and fights inside the occupation.

A couple of men protesting got aggro while following a NYPD inspector on the street and used their freedom of speech to make verbal threats to injure him and they wound up getting arrested. Then the phalanx of cops stood and watch a protester add more graffiti to the surrogate courthouse.

Another protester got irrationally irritated by a NY Post reporter who stopped by there and swung a 2×4 piece of wood at him while trying to knock the phone out of his hand and then ran away. Another protester threw his fist at that reporter without provocation. Police in the area treated the journalist’s charges against them with insouciance and did nothing.

Although the park already had poor people sleeping in the park, more homeless people arrived to the “abolition zone” which unfortunately led to outbursts and fights inside the occupation. Which made the sight of a man unloading loads of baseball bats from his car  by the AZ and handing them to various individuals very off-putting.

The police suddenly got active when Occupy City Hall protesters ran onto the Brooklyn Bridge as a unity march against gun violence organized by community faith activists and military veterans was crossing it along with members of the NYPD’s SBA union. When some of the protesters attempted to block the path on the bridge road, the cops deployed there along with Chief Terence Monahan managed to arrest three of them. Other protesters watching from the pedestrian path intervened in the arrest as one of them took a cane and whacked Monahan on the finger and two other high brass officers on their heads and then ran away on the road as her fellow protesters got into a violent clash with bike and motor scooter cops that rolled up on the pedestrian/bike path.

The City Hall Abolition Zone came to an anti-climatic yet still unsettling end when de Blasio’s NYPD arrived in riot gear with brand new shields and marched their way through the occupation and kicked everyone out with one guy getting cuffed for not giving up the fort as he threw a brick at the cops.

Which saved President Trump the trouble of sending federal sanction secret police to NYC to stop more graffiti being written on federal buildings.

Just walk away…

 

After the park was cleared out and the buildings and sidewalks powerwashed, it was discovered that the occupiers were going to the bathroom through a sidewalk grating above a catch basin in the City Hall/Brooklyn Bridge Station. Gross but fitting considering the way de Blasio turned his workplace into a pay-to-play cesspool for 6.7 years.

Also in Downtown Manhattan at the Wall St. Station, a man got slashed in the neck on the 4 train.

Again in Downtown Manhattan at the Chambers St. Station, a man pried open a plywood wall and found then stole a hand truck with tools and copper wire worth over $20,000. Then got on the J train and split with his plunder.

And again in Downtown Manhattan, a woman was found dead floating in the East River.

In Hell’s Kitchen, a man stole a Mazarati from the dealer’s showroom building and stopped and ditched the vehicle at the red light and got caught by cops who were conveniently right there to grab them. The dealership had one of their luxury cars stolen by a woman from the showroom the week before.

Also in Hell’s Kitchen, a man got fired from his real estate firm when he got frustrated with bottle refuse coming from residents of a homeless shelter hotel so he rolled a bunch of them back at the hotel. The man also caught a junkie from the shelter shooting up smack at a phone booth.

In the Upper West Side at the 86th St. Station, a man assaulted an off-duty cop and robbed her purse on the 1 train and ran out but got chased down by a Samaritan who caught him at the end of the platform. Following his act of heroism, the Samaritan continued his commute but succumbed to a heart attack and died at the 72nd St. Station.

Also in the Upper West Side, a man got shot to death on a street corner allegedly over an argument during a dice game.

Again in the Upper West Side, a man got killed and three people got injured in a car wreck when the driver lost control on the parkway and flipped the car upside down and landed on the median while speeding.

And again in the Upper West Side, a man was shot in the head by a street corner and died a week later from his wound.

In the Upper East Side, a 79-year-old woman was found dead bound and gagged with plastic bags around her head in her apartment in a lux building.

In Hamilton Heights, a man got killed while sitting in the back seat of a Mercedes as the driver ran a red light and collided into another car. Then the driver ran away.

In Morningside Heights, a man slashed a 2-year-old boy in the face in his stroller being pushed by his nanny while walking on the sidewalk.

Also in Morningside Heights, a man was shot in the back on the street and later died from his wound.

In Inwood, five people were shot at on the street, leaving three men in critical condition.

Also in Inwood, people setting off fireworks on the street caused an apartment to go on fire when some of their mortar rockets hit the building, leaving a mother and her daughter homeless.

In Central Park, a drunk man barged into a soccer game being played at 1 a.m. and stole the ball and kicked it around. When the pissed off crowd told him to get lost, the man took out a gun and shot one of the players in the leg. Who the fuck plays soccer after midnight? That’s as weird as flying a kite at night.

In Kips Bay, a man ambushed a woman on the sidewalk, put her in a chokehold and ran away with her purse.

In Chelsea, a man grabbed a purse containing an asthma pump and hearing aids off a 79-year-old woman and dragged her on the sidewalk as she wouldn’t let go. The bastard pried it off her and ran down the street.

Also in Chelsea, a man lurking by a supermarket attacked the manager with a hammer and hit him on the head as he was about to open the store, then the thug ran away. The perp was there regularly and was caught shoplifting and sexually harassing the workers there. The victim remarked that the conditions he’s seen the area in reminded him of the Bad Old Days.

In Midtown, Mayor de Blasio with his fucking wife and Al Sharpton and his National Action Network gathered together to paint a Black Lives Matter mural on the street in front of Trump Tower to spite the President of the United States, manifesting a de Blasio pandering virtue signalling tweet in real life as onlookers were booing his insincere act of tokenism to the social justice movement.

A few days later it was vandalized with red house paint as a man strolled by and took a can out of bag and spilled it on the slogan and ran off. After it was immediately cleaned up because the Blaz prioritizes civic duties when it comes to his vanity (and also his donors) it was splattered again the next day with blue paint by a transgender woman accompanied by three other LGBT women.

Then a Black woman showed up to the mural and channeling Jackson Pollack stylistically and mentally, spilled and smeared black paint all over the word Black while prosyletizing to passerby and gawkers with cellphones. Two cops meekly tried to restrain her but the power of Jesus compelled her to shove one of the cops away with such force that he hit his head on the asphalt. Hours after that woman got arrested, a White man wearing a MAGA hat ran over to the mural and splattered it with paint again as another man was waving a Blue Lives Matter flag in support. So with the latter vandalism on his message to Trump, the Blaz got the reaction from the demographic he was expecting.

 

When released on her own recognizance, while on her own recognizance she went into Bed-Stuy and Harlem and defaced those murals too with black paint with a couple of her allies, almost causing a near riot and getting into fights with residents witnessing their self-righteous yet constitutional vandalism.

Also in Midtown, a man drove and crashed an SUV he stole into a high end brand jewelry store.

Again in Midtown, protesters marching on the street surrounded an SUV and refused to let the driver through. Then they threatened to flatten his tires and used bikes as an obstruction and the man decided to drive on through, taking a bunch of bikes down the road that were placed under his vehicle. Following his arrest, the driver got off without charges.

And again in Midtown on the East River, two blockheads tried to beat the sweltering heat by hopping on an inflatable swan and chillaxing on the water only to wind up adrift and rescued by the FDNY. You know normal is fucked when life is imitating Sunny in Philadelphia.

 

And again in Midtown, a woman with a hammer furiously banged on a lamp post and then got chased by cops for blocks while she was swinging it at bystanders.

And again in Midtown at the 51st/Lexington Ave. Station, a homeless man got beat down by a cop and physically thrown off the 6 train along with his belongings when he refused to get off a near empty car because he had his bags on the seats. After kicking his bags like trash on the platform, other cops arrived and placed him on the floor and hogtied him and then the man was put on a gurney. The cop who arbitrarily targeted and brutalized him got off without charges.

In Washington Heights, a man was shot in the leg on the sidewalk.

Also in Washington Heights, a woman and her stepfather were ganged up on and beaten down inside a deli by a gang of men and women following an dispute instigated by one of the attackers.

In the Lincoln Tunnel, water started spewing inside from the walls.

In Inwood, two men involved in a drag race with another vehicle jump the gun and peel out and then an unmarked police car follows in pursuit as they speed on avenues and boulevards and under the elevated tracks and blowing red lights and going the wrong way on one way streets which resembles scene for scene in the Oscar-winning movie The French Connection.

Also in Inwood, a cop got hit and knocked to the pavement by a drunk driver in an SUV trying to flee from a supermarket parking lot where a party was going on that he and other cops were trying to break up and get people to disperse.

In Murray Hill, a parking garage building’s facade collapsed injuring a man sitting in a parked car from falling debris.

Also in Murray Hill, the side of an abandoned apartment building collapsed onto a construction site next door.

Again in Murray Hill, a man died and three of his fellow workers got injured when a scaffold collapsed under them as they were doing a job on a building facade.

In Greenwich Village, a naked man occupied the fountain at Washington Square Park for over a month and turned it into a cool single guy studio apartment complete with a patio table, a lounge chair and a rug to tie the whole area together.

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Following this profile by the NY Post with photos by William Farrington; NYC Parks Police, the NYPD and even another homeless man tried to moved his stuff off the fountain and were unsuccessful. The naked man, who claimed to be the son of God, refused the authorities suggestions/light demands and offers to go to one of the city’s hazardous homeless shelters so they let him be. Then the naked man laid down and placed his head on a stuffed unicorn and took a nap.

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A day after he took a nature shower in his birthday suit as a Black Lives Matter rally was happening in the park, the naked delusional deity got into a handicapped wrestling match with two other men in the middle of the fountain which garnered the attention of 12 cops on patrol and gave them the justification to finally arrest him and send him to the hospital. And he still came back and tried to reoccupy the fountain again while in the buff.

Also in Greenwich Village at Washington Square Park, two men threw two balloons filled with red paint and splattered two monuments of George Washington that’s on both sides of the Arch.

Again in Greenwich Village at Washington Square Park, a gay pride march and live stream rally attended by thousands of revelers got disrupted by the NYPD when they caught a man writing grafitti on a patrol car and people tried to interfere with the arrest, leading to two more people getting arrested and cops fending off the encroaching crowd with pepper spray and billy clubs. A cop got knocked off his motorcycle during the clash of cops and citizens on the street. This riot coincided with the 51st anniversary of the Stonewall riots.

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Also in Greenwich Village, four men torched an NYPD patrol van just before the crack of dawn.

In Battery Park City, a dead man was found floating in the Hudson.

In the Lower East Side, a homeless man taking shelter under a scaffolding has assembled a makeshift sidewalk condo filled with discarded furniture, piles of trash bags and an art collection as construction workers continue to develop the lux hotel while the derelict smokes K-2 and shits where he pleases.

Also in the Lower East Side, a man aggressively approach a woman in front of a bodega and slashed a man in the hand who tried to defend her.

Again in the Lower East Side, a shitty bar biting the name of a Cure classic song promoted and threw a COVID block party with their leisure vagrant vectors getting loaded on the street without masks on two nights in a row.

And again in the Lower East Side, a man shot another man 4 times on the street and rode away on a bike.

And again in the Lower East Side, two men stole an ATM machine by a Spanish restaurant by prying it with a chain attached to their van and drove way with it dragging on the road in a 2 minute heist.

 

And again in the Lower East Side, a man was tasered then stabbed to death by his assistant inside his luxury condo over a debt the killer owed him. The killer left and returned to the building with a power saw and chopped the victims limbs and head off then left the remains and his tool in the condo and booked down the staircase when his victim’s cousin showed up to check on him.

And again in the Lower East Side, a man was shot multiple times in the leg and another man got shot in the ass at the LaGuardia Houses and both of them refused to snitch on the gunman.

And again in the Lower East Side, a man punched a bus driver in the face when he was asked to put a face mask on before boarding.

In the East Village, a sinkhole manifested on the road and half-way swallowed an SUV.

Also in the East Village, a stray bullet pierced through an apartment window at the Jacob Riis  houses, hitting the door of a 13-year-old boy’s bedroom while he was sleeping.

Again in the East Village, three men on bicycles rode up to a man hanging out with his friends and shot him multiple times, hitting him once in the chest.

In the West Village, the Upper East Side and Hell’s Kitchen, people are loitering and obstructing sidewalks and the streets in front of bars while drinking from open containers while not wearing masks or social distancing. They steal glassware also.

 

Brooklyn

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In Bed-Stuy, as a group of people were having a BBQ cookout party by a playground, three men rolled up and jumped out of an SUV and chased three men running by, hitting and wounding three men and killing a one-year-old boy with a shot to his stomach from a stray bullet as he sat in a miniature chair. The child’s devastated grandmother lambasted the city’s stunning reactive responses to the rise in gun violence in the past month. Commissioner Shea made a personal visit to her and her family to give condolences and assurances and Mayor de Blasio stopped by their home later on right before he scheduled a speaking availability on the street following a march organized by community leaders. Whey couldn’t the Mayor and the Commish show up together?

 

Also in Bed-Stuy at the Norstrand Ave. Station, a woman got called a cunt by an MTA worker when she told him to put a face mask on.

Again in Bed-Stuy, a man and a woman both got shot at and hit in their legs on the street.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man stiffed an app-food delivery guy with a counterfeit bill, then beat him up when he demanded to be paid.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man got shot in the arm during a street fight.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a 66-year-old homeless woman walking to a hotel got hit by a stray bullet that came from an argument between two men that escalated when one of them took out a gun across the street.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man shot at two men in broad daylight hitting one man in the stomach and another one in the leg as he was holding a child and hopping behind a car for him and his kid to hide.

And again in Bed-Stuy, six boys chased a 12-year-old boy into a bodega and beat him down  with kicks and punches and threw soda cans and shopping baskets on him as he laid on the floor.

Also in Crown Heights, a woman sitting on a stoop relaxing in the shade got punched in the face by a man walking by.

Again in Crown Heights, a man who was helping a woman carry her groceries to her car got jumped by two men who hit him with a chain and his own cane after he told them and four other goons they were getting drunk with to stop insulting the woman.

Again in Crown Heights, a man was shot to death when his livery cab dropped him at his destination where his killer was awaiting him.

And again in Crown Heights, a man shot at a crowd of people hanging out on a stoop in a drive-by. One man got hit in the ass.

And again in Crown Heights, a man was shot to death in his car and his passenger also got shot in the leg in a drive-by.

And again in Crown Heights, a man got shot in the arm following an argument with his shooter in front of a bar.

And again in Crown Heights, a man was shot at by two men in the hallway of an apartment building while he was sitting on a bench.

And again in Crown Heights, a 12-year-old boy got shot in the leg on a stoop with a bullet that was meant for someone else.

And again in Crown Heights, a man on a motor scooter shot a man on the street then chased him on the sidewalk, forcing his victim to run into a bike shop to hide and then shot him to death. The victim wouldn’t cooperate with the cops during his final breaths.

And again in Crown Heights, a man was shot on the sidewalk in broad daylight by a man on a motorcycle and later died from his wounds, while a community led peace walk and rally attended by Mayor de Blasio was being held nearby.

And again in Crown Heights, a man got shot to death by his car after he got spotted by three men hanging out across the street.

And again in Crown Heights, the facade of a building broke off and debris landed on a man as he was walking on the sidewalk.

In East New York, a man in disguise wearing a wig and trenchcoat walked up to a man and a woman sitting on a stoop and shot them to death with 20 rounds from an AR15 rifle. A neighbor exasperatingly expressed frustration and grief about the fact that Commissioner Shea shut down the plain clothes anti-crime unit that was tasked for removing illegal guns from the streets. The killer got caught trying to hide in West Virginia.

 

 

Also in East New York, a man got shot during a fight that broke out at a house party.

Again in East New York, a man was stabbed to death inside an apartment building.

And again in East New York, a man hassling a woman on the street got punched in the face by her son and made him leave. The man then came back with a gun and shot her son to death by blasting him in the chest.

And again in East New York, a woman watching a couple of men blowing up fireworks near children in the courtyard of the Pink Houses approached them and asked them to stop it. Then the woman got into a tussle with him and then ran when he pulled a gun out and shot at her as she fled into her mother’s apartment. The woman brought a man she knew with her and confronted the men again as they were still lighting off fireworks, then one of the goons called the man who shot her and he chased her again this time shooting her in the back and killing her, then standing over her body and shot her 7 more times to make sure he finished her off.

It should be prudent to mention that Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams advised his constituents to what that heroine did by persuading these assholes personally instead of calling the cops. Now a good Samaritan is dead and a lowlife is lurking on the streets. Along with one more illegal gun.

The heroine decided to do this following the advice of Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams who suggested that of his constituents instead of calling the NYPD and it cost her life.

And again in East New York, stray bullets from a shootout on the street pierced through the front door and windows of an elderly woman’s home as she was sleeping in her bedroom.

And again in East New York, a man got shot twice following a dispute with the gunman on a street corner.

And again in East New York, a man got beaten to death inside his apartment and was left there for days.

And again in East New York, a man sucker punched a city bus driver in the head and busted his eye when the driver asked him to put on a face mask and he refused. Another maskless vector called a bus driver a racial slur when he was told to do the same. These fucktards should be reminded that 130 MTA workers died from coronavirus shuttling scum like them around during the lockdown

And again in East New York, a man got beat down by two men he caught and tried to stop from stealing property from his backyard.

And again in East New York, a man got shot to death inside the lobby of a public housing building.

And again in East New York, two gunmen jumped out a car ran towards a man and pumped 3 bullets into him as he was about to get into a livery car.

In Cypress Hills, a man was shot to death following an argument with his killer in front of a hot sheets hotel.

In East Flatbush, a candelight vigil in front of an apartment building entrance got violently disrupted by two men who walked up and shot at the crowd, hitting three women and two men.

Also in East Flatbush, two men got shot at on the street following a dispute with other men. One of them didn’t survive. Another man was shot to death in the area.

In Flatbush, an 11-year-old boy got shot in the leg in a drive-by while hanging out on a stoop with three men.

Also in Flatbush, a 69-year-old man and a 12-year-old boy both died in an apartment building fire.

In Bushwick, a man got shot in front of an apartment building entrance.

Also in Bushwick at the Morgan Ave. Station, the latest tropical storm seeped water onto the platform like a bunch of rats collectively taking a piss.

In Williamsburg, a man was shot to death after he was confronted by three men on dirtbikes who were trying to rob his chain in a courtyard at the Willamsburg Houses.

Also in Williamsburg, an apartment building’s door and sidewalk got vandalized with anti-cop graffiti because Speaker Cojo’s boyfriend lived there after the city budget bill passed to cut funding from the NYPD. But not in the way some citizens liked it.

In Coney Island, a man got walloped with a pipe while getting mugged by a gang of men on the D train.

Also in Coney Island, four men jumped and slugged an app-food delivery guy then smacked him with a bottle and stole the food and the e-motored cycle.

Again in Coney Island, a man got tazed by cops when he tried to attack them by Nathan’s

In Brighton Beach,  two men broke into a store and robbed a couple of cellphones.

In Canarsie, a man speeding in his SUV lost control of it and hit and killed a man riding a scooter and then plowed into a fire hydrant and a tree.

Also in Canarsie, two men got shot at and hit during a drive-by in front of a house.

Again in Canarsie, a man got shot on the leg on the sidewalk.

And again Canarsie, a man was shot on the street and bled to death at the hospital.

And again in Canarsie, a man walking on the street suddenly turned around and fired a gun on three people, hitting all of them and then ran away with his buddy.

And again in Canarsie, a drive-by mass shooting left five people with injuries on three different blocks as a woman got blasted in the chest four times in front of the Bayview Houses then three men got sprayed on the street and a man riding a scooter with a woman got hit in the back as they were riding causing them both to fall onto the street. Then the gangstas dumped the vehicle by the conduit in East New York.

And again in Canarsie, a man was shot to death in the hallway of an apartment building

In Brownsville, a man was killed and a woman he was with got wounded from being shot in front of a public housing building.

Also in Brownsville, a man was shot to death at point blank range to the face on a tennis court in broad daylight.

Again in Brownsville, a man was shot to death by the Hughes Houses.

And again in Brownsville, a man was shot to death near a street corner.

And again in Brownsville, a man shot another man in the leg because he stared at him.

And again in Brownsville, a man got shot at multiple times as he was walking to the bodega.

In East Williamsburg, a woman got shot in the head and a man got shot and hit 3 times when they were leaving a BBQ party at the Cooper Houses.

In Sunset Park, an off-duty cop hit a bike rider with his car. When he went to check on the man he hit, another man came by and yelled at him and then the cop pushed him away and left. The cop subsequently got charged for assault for the shove.

Also in Sunset Park, a man got cuffed by cops when they caught him trying to cut the brake lines under a police car, but actually cut the wrong cable. The idiot was arrested and then released for punching a cop in the face during the clash between Abolition Zone protesters and NYPD on the Brooklyn Bridge a few days earlier.

Again in Sunset Park, a man lost control of his p

In Bensonhurst, a man smacked another man in the head with a bottle in front of a bodega.

Also in Bensonhurst, two men ran up to a man on the sidewalk and knock him down and robbed his wallet.

Again in Bensonhurst, three men injured themselves while speeding down the street in a luxury sports car and crashing into a pickup truck in the intersection, causing the truck to mount the sidewalk and hit a pedestrian as the lux car wrecked three parked cars. None of the three were charged with causing the wrecks because none of them admitted to driving the car. Really, NYPD?

In Brooklyn Heights, a man stabbed another man inside a bodega because he stared at him.

In Downtown Brooklyn, a man held up a Dunkin’ at gunpoint and ran away with $400.

Also in Downtown Brooklyn, a man broke into a dumpling house and robbed an Ipad and $250.

Again in Downtown Brooklyn, a man broke into a bar and robbed over 20 grand of booze and tech devices.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, two men used a rock to bust into a diner and robbed it of $600.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, a man stabbed another man and kicked him while he was on the floor inside a deli after he felt he was being stared at.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn, an event at a sneaker store was abruptly cancelled when hundreds of people showed up and tried to force their way into the store like a pack of buffalo to purchase sneakers designed by some DJ as some fiends lit up and tossed firecrackers into the crowd as if there wasn’t a pandemic still around. This is why you don’t say shit like “we crushed the virus” Guvner Cuomo.

And again in Downtown Brooklyn at the Barclays/Atlantic Ave. Station, a man kicked and busted down two windows at the end of the cars on the Q Train.

Again in Downtown Brooklyn at the Union St. Station, a man obliterated virtual ad monitors on the station’s walls on the platform.

In DUMBO, a man caught another man stealing his bike and let him have it when the thief stuck a knife up at him.

Also in DUMBO, a man pushed a man riding a Citibike and rode away with it.

And again in DUMBO, a woman got grifted by a man who robbed her of $4,000 by setting up an apartment listing. How does she feel? Dumbo.

In Clinton Hill, a pizza delivery guy got pistol whipped by two men who robbed his pizza pies.

Also in Clinton Hill, an 18-year-old man chased a 15-year-old girl on the street and assaulted her with a metal cane.

Again in Clinton Hill at the Atlantic Ave. Station, two men ambushed a man as he got off the Q train and beat him down and robbed his wallet and watch.

And again in Clinton Hill, a man on an e-bike assisted a man feigning to be lost and got shoved off by two other scoundrels who rode away with it.

In Fort Greene at the Fulton St. Station, a man attempted to rip off a woman’s purse on the 2 train and tried to drag the woman off the train at the next stop.

Also in Fort Greene, a man got slashed when he got mugged by three men on the street.

Again in Fort Greene, a man threw a rock at another man’s head and ran away.

And again in Fort Greene, a gang of teenage boys surrounded a man on the sidewalk as one of them rolled up on a scooter and stuck him up at gunpoint and pistol whipped him, enabling his posse to rob his phone and cash.

And again in Fort Greene, a man mugged another man at gunpoint and robbed his phone and wallet.

And again in Fort Greene, a man attempting to board a city bus threatened to stab the driver and other commuters when he was asked to put on a face mask.

In Carroll Gardens, a man opportunistically snatched a handbag from a woman that wasn’t paying attention at a park and robbed $600 that was inside of it.

Also in Carroll Gardens, a woman had her bike stolen while she was at her boyfriends house.

Again in Carroll Gardens, a man snatched a designer purse off a woman but got caught by a Samaritan who returned it to the owner.

And again in Carroll Gardens, a three story gym collapsed to the ground following a stop-work order from the D.O.B..

In Boerum Hill, a man held up a tobacco shop at knife point and robbed some smoking products.

Also in Boerum Hill, two men got shot during an argument on the street.

In Cobble Hill, a man broke into a car and robbed the airbag.

Also in Cobble Hill, a bigot spray painted the words white power in front of a building displaying a Black lives matter sign.

In Gravesend, a one-year-old was beaten to death at his apartment. The mother was not charged so the killer is still somewhere out on the streets.

In South Slope and Windsor Terrace, a man flashed his choda at a mother and her two daughters when they were by their window at their house and he whipped his nub out again at two girls who were walking their dog.

In Dyker Heights, a march in support of the NYPD got confronted by protesters from a Black Lives Matter group that was organized by a White man and a White woman. As Black LM stood on the sidewalk and shouted slogans and conveyed dissent about the march, it caught the attention of a group of Blue LM supporters who chased after them and started brawling with them on the sidewalk, leading the NYPD to ironically shield the Black LM group, whose grand marshal got kicked in the balls during the melee. The Blue LM goons settled to yell obscenities and spit on them when they got filmed on a street corner by a journalist who then pursued those men later as they walked on another street and wound up getting assaulted by one of them, who took her camera and smashed it to the ground. Cops rolled up on bikes and then grabbed her but let the violent and intolerant goon walk away.

 

The following day in Bay Ridge, another Blue Lives Matter march got disrupted by Black Lives Matter protesters who showed up to jeer their support for the NYPD and outnumbered them, leading into inevitable violent clashes on the sidewalk and on the streets as eggs were thrown at the cops. A woman got sucker punched by a man while she was against a fence in a crowd, leading to two men wailing on her attacker. One man who wound up getting shoved by a cop and tackled and tased by another cop threw a construction worker helmet into a crowd that hit a woman on the head earlier during the chaos. Other pro-cop attendees blatantly slugged Black LM protesters with impunity as cops shielded them as protesters continued to taunt them. Division and disorder continued under the Belt Parkway between the two groups. Later in the evening, protesters lit up fires on the street and some Black LM got into arguments with men hanging out in front of bars who shouted out vulgarities and homophobic slurs. Then everybody went home after spending a glorious 48 hours of pointless shouting and political stands.

Also in Bay Ridge, a homeless man was found dead on the grass at the Belt Parkway. Then the cop that found the body talked a man out of committing suicide on the Verrazano Bridge.

In Sheepshead Bay, a man riding his bike rolled into a garage and stole a bike and rode away with it.

Also in Sheepshead Bay, a man heading into a public housing building decided to pull out his gun and engage in a shootout with someone as a mother and her child were going inside the door.

Again in Sheepshead Bay, a man trespassed into a medical office and robbed $26,000 of supplies.

And again in Sheepshead Bay, a man got shot in the face while sitting in his car when a man came out another car that pulled over and aimed for his head.

In Brighton Beach, a woman attacked another woman on the street and stole the sneakers off her feet and continued to pummel her. When a man knocked her off to stop the assault, the woman took off all her clothes and stood naked in the middle of the street with her arms spread like Christ.

In Midwood, a man speeding down the street in his car ran a red light and collided into another car that wound up killing a woman crossing the street from the impact.

Also in Midwood, a rap video shoot with a fancy luxury car parked on the curb was disrupted by a drive by shooting as a white car zoomed by a group of people, with a woman getting shot in the hand.

Again in Midwood, three men yelled a bigoted slur as they drove by a man walking across the street, then they chased him and beat him down when the man gave them the finger.

In Borough Park, a man got killed by a drunk driver who crashed into his car while he was unloading grocery bags. The drunk killer driver got off without charges.

In Marine Park, an 11-year-old boy and 18-year-old woman got killed in a car wreck when their 16-year-old friend fucked up and crashed into parked car while doing donuts in Floyd Bennett Field.

In Flatlands, a man got into a street fight with another man and decided to equalize it by flashing his piece, causing his foe to run. The gunmen left but went back to the area because he forgot to pick up his dog and arrived to find the cops waiting for him.

Also in Flatlands, a 16-year-old boy got shot in the back immediately after he walked out of house where a party was going on.

Again in Flatlands, a total shit-for-brains putting on a fireworks show in an alleyway shot a roman candle fireball into his house while he was distracted and ignited a fire inside. Despite the burgeoning flames growing, he goes back into the house to bring out more fireworks to blow up. As the idiot was blowing up a mortar rocket as his friends gawked ,the flames appeared from out the window and the revelry of the group of people stop as the man pathetically tries to douse the massive flames with a hose. The house then gets engulfed by the inferno, leaving about 10 people residing there homeless.

 

 

Queens

In Far Rockaway, a man and his stepson killed each other as they fought over a gun at a street corner.

Also in Far Rockaway, a man was shot in the ass from a drive-by shooting.

Again in Far Rockaway, a man got shot in the head in the middle of the block.

And again in Far Rockaway, a man was shot multiple times in a hallway of an apartment building.

And again in Far Rockaway, a man walked up to a parked car and shot the driver in the abdomen.

And again in Far Rockaway, a man was shot while sitting in his car during a drive-by.

And again in Far Rockaway, a man got shot in the back and a woman got shot in the elbow inside a courtyard.

And again in Far Rockaway at the Mott Ave. Station, a gang of men threw a firecracker at another man on the platform and then beat him down at the Euclid Ave. Station in East New York.

In Jamaica, two men held up a man at gunpoint as he was sitting in his car at a parking lot and robbed a bag of cash and his cellphone.

Also in Jamaica, a man shot at another man who was standing in front of house while riding a bicycle. Guess we got to call these ride-by’s now.

Again in Jamaica, a 14-year-old boy was shot at in the middle of the block after he was approached by 3 men.

And again in Jamaica, a pimp and a woman held two teenage girls hostage for months at a hotel forcing them to sell their bodies for cash that he kept after he raped one of them.

And again in Jamaica, a man got killed by a hit-and-run driver while he was riding his bike.

And again in Jamaica, shots were fired at an empty parked vehicle

And again in Jamaica at the Jamaica Ave Station, a man jumped down off the platform onto the tracks and waved an empty gun around, but was talked down by two cops who came to his aid.

And again in Jamaica, a woman got hit by a stray bullet on the street.

And again in Jamaica, a man was beaten down by another man inside a store and died from his injuries days later. The man’s daughter had to do the NYPD’s job for them and get a murder charge against the killer because she wasn’t convinced by their accidental death report.

And again in Jamaica, four cops got into an argument then a brawl with a man as his 3-year-old child was standing nearby as they beat him down, tazed him and pulled his hair after responding to a noise complaint that was sourced to his house. The man is suing the city for 10 million dollars.

In Jamaica Hills, a 76-year-old man got beaten to death on a street corner and his daughter had to figure out how he died because the NYPD were being insouciant.

In Jamaica Estates, a man forced a teenage girl into a alley at gunpoint and sexually assaulted her.

Also in Jamaica Estates, a man shot at another man in the arm while riding his bike.

In Howard Beach, a brawl between two men in a tiki bar escalated when one of the men crashed a chair over his foe and then the other man decided to channel Wyatt Earp and took his gun out and shoot it but missed his target and hit another patron instead. After over 10 cops showed up at the crime scene, it turned out the gunman was a retired cop so he naturally skated away without charges as his attacker got charged with assault.

In Ozone Park, a homeless man got killed while walking on the sidewalk by an SUV driver who lost control of her vehicle and jumped the curb and hit him after she was cut off by another driver.

Also in Ozone Park, a man broke into a house through the front door and stole a cellphone.

In South Ozone Park, a woman was beaten to death inside a room of a hotel that was converted into homeless shelter.

Also in South Ozone Park, a gang of five men stole 4 cars in the span of of 8 days and used them for mugging food delivery men also, robbing over $1,500 of cash and their phones from them along with their food. Two auto thefts happened when the victims left their keys in the ignition.

In South Richmond Hill, three men carjacked a man at gunpoint while he was sitting in his car and drove it to Astoria and went on a spending binge with his credit cards.

In Flushing, a man broke into a family’s house and tried to kidnap two children while they were sleeping in their beds. He grabbed the 7-year-old girl and took her outside and threw her down the brick steps and left her there. Then he  went back inside and tried to grab the 5-year-old boy  but did not succeed but threatened the kids parents not to call the cops and he ran out the house and fled.

Also in Flushing, a woman about to commit suicide was stopped by a housing cop who saw her in her car with a gun.

Again in Flushing, two men broke into a liquor store and cleaned it out, robbing over 73 large in cash, booze and scratch off lottery tickets.

In Jackson Heights, a man having a domestic dispute with his girlfriend repeatedly stabbed her in their apartment, the woman’s daughter got her leg sliced trying to stop him and then the man attempted suicide by stabbing himself multiple times.

Also in Jackson Heights, a NYPD officer stalked his ex-girlfriend and broke down her door at her house with planters after months of sending threatening messages to her phone.

Again in Jackson Heights, a man randomly attacked another man passing by him and threw him on the sidewalk causing him to break his neck.

Again in Jackson Heights at the 74 St/Roosevelt Ave. Station, a man grabbed a woman’s ass on the down escalator.

In Briarwood, a man and a woman broke into a man’s house to get high and drunk.

In Ridgewood a 12-year-old boy stalked a woman to her apartment building then tried to rape her but got his ass kicked and ran away.

In North Corona, a woman got hit by a drunk driver while he was chugging a beer as she was about to drop off food to a charity to help people who got infected and their families devastated by the coronavirus pandemic. The vagrant collided into her and pinned her to her SUV as she was taking bags out and then tried to flee but got caught by Samaritans who chased him down.

In Rosedale, a man got killed as he got hit by a car while trying to cross the boulevard.

In Long Island City, a man shot up another man inside a playground.

Also in Long Island City, two men fighting in a courtyard escalated when one of the men pulled out a gun and wound up getting shot at by cops who arrived at the scene in progress at the Queensbridge Houses.

Again in Long Island City at the 23rd St./Ely Avenue station, the latest tropical storm that hit the five boroughs caused it to vomit water on the platform and onto to tracks.

And again in Long Island City, a man looted 20 grand’s worth of furniture and tools from a building at a construction site.

In St. Albans, a 14-year-old boy was shot at twice on a street corner as he was riding his bike.

In Astoria, hundreds of people gathered on one block and had a coronavirus baccanalia party going on while clustering on the street, serving booze from hatchbacks, blowing up fireworks and dancing on ice cream trucks till the middle of the night virtually blowing off the fact that we are all still in global pandemic.

 

The NYPD showed up and some threw shit at them and left with no one getting arrested. This apparently was the tipping point for our elected head muckety mucks de Blasio and Cuomo even though COVID leisure and pleasure vagrant vectors have been clustering on this block for a fucking month.

 

In addition to countless sightings of sidewalk and street blocking by them in other heavy bar populated areas in the East Village, West Village, Lower East Side, Upper East Side, Greenwich Village, Hell’s Kitchen, Williamsburg and even nearby Long Island City where a luxury hotel has a literal petri dish on their rooftop pool full of party people pathogen spreaders. Which will not deter people from getting loaded and mingling on Steinway St. again.

 

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Also in Astoria, a man broke into a deli by shattering the glass door even though he barely touched it and robbed it of $2,100 and a bunch of cigarettes.

Again in Astoria, a man got shot as he was driving into the Grand Central Parkway when a car rolled up by him in a drive-by.

And again in Astoria, a man riding a bike he stole stopped by a bike shop and stole an e-bike from there. When the shop worker caught up to him, the thief punched him and rolled away.

And again in Astoria, a man riding shotgun in an SUV  shot at a group of people on the sidewalk and two men from that crew shot back at them.

And again in Astoria, two men held up and robbed a gas station at gunpoint, grabbing $450 from the register and the cashier’s cellphone. One of the thieves was wearing a Black Lives Matter t-shirt and BLM cap. This not only shows how he denigrated the social justice movement with his criminal act, but also sadly showed how the movement’s slogan has been reduced and devolved into a commercial brand.

In Woodside, a man attacked two men in their seventies with a knife and slashed and stabbed both of them on the 7 train.

 

This is happening in Trump’s America, you idiot.

Also in Woodside, a neo-Nazi wrote a German white power slogan on a park bench.

Again in Woodside, a woman got shot in front of a house and didn’t snitch on her shooter.

In Corona, a man deliberately bumped into a woman on the sidewalk, yanked her hair and grabbed her cellphone and ran, but decided to drop it when a Samaritan chased him.

Also in Corona, three people were shot in the parking lot of the World’s Fair marina.

Again in Corona, a man punched another man down to the pavement where he hit his head and wound up in a coma

In Elmhurst, a man was shot to death in front of a restaurant.

Also in Elmhurst, a man punched another man in the face in front of a deli and ran after he left him unconscious on the sidewalk.

Also in Dutch Kills, a man stepped out a taxi cab then jumped a woman on the sidewalk and robbed her backpack containing $2,200.

In Middle Village, a man got killed in his SUV after he exited the mall parking lot into the street when man recklessly driving a box truck he stole in Richmond Hill slammed into him after wrecking 20 vehicles parked and in motion while running red lights and going the wrong way on streets prior to the collision. The killer then tried to flee by entering the Metropolitan Ave. Station but got caught by cops on the M train.

Also in Middle Village, Blues Lives Matter supporters and Black Lives Matter protesters confronted each other in a park and got into a heated dispute that was thwarted when the overcast skies brought a storm in to disperse the crowd. A hard rain’s a gonna fall…

In Maspeth, a man expecting to meet his girlfriend got ambushed by two men who held him up at gunpoint, pistol whipped him and robbed his cellphone.

In Glendale, a man got attacked by a homeless man who whacked him with a pipe and stole his phone as he was sitting in front of his house.

In Forest Hills, a handicapped man in a wheelchair accused of stabbing a woman at the 71st Ave station was mistaken for another wheelchair bound homeless man who committed the actual attack on the platform.

Also in Forest Hills, a man returned to his car and found a swastika scratched on the exterior.

In Kew Gardens Hills, two men and a woman broke into a house through the back door and stole a bunch of jewelry.

In Rego Park at the 63rd Drive Station, a man got hit by the R train when he was walking on the tracks.

In Oakland Gardens, a city sanitation worker got arrested after he clocked a guy in the mouth for not wearing a face mask and after the vector spat on him inside a bagel shop.

In Linden Hill, a woman fought off a man trying to rip her clothes off on the street in a rape attempt.

In Bayside, a Black Lives Matter protest march clashed with a Back the Blue rally on the street as BTB supporters took cheap shots at BLM activists with one slapping a woman and a man getting arrested as his group was getting pepper-sprayed by cops to the delight of the BTB crowd.

Windows on the 7 train have been getting smashed during a vandalism spree.

Crime in public parks in Queens went up 106% before the city locked down because of the pandemic. And grand larceny and auto theft has gone up in the 102nd Pct. by 130 %.

Bronx

 

In Mount Eden, a man was shot to death in a drive-by shooting as when a car rolled up beside him while he was crossing the street with his 6-year-old daughter. Three men were charged with the brazen gang motivated murder.

In Morris Heights, a 17-year-old boy got killed when he got shot in the neck by a man he was arguing with at a BBQ birthday party. The shooter previously strangled two of his relatives.

Also in Morris Heights, two men got shot at on the street.

In Highbridge, a 3-year-old boy got severely burned when a firework got loose and shot into his mother’s apartments window that came from a group of men shooting fireworks in the alley outside their building.

Also in Highbridge, a man got confronted by a gang of six men on the street, then one of them took out a gun and shot both of his legs.

Again in Highbridge, two men were shot to death inside a car parked by the expressway. One of the victims was packing heat.

And again in Highbridge, a man got shot in the ass on the street.

And again in Highbridge, a woman got shot in the leg from a stray bullet while she was walking her dog.

And again in Highbridge, a shootout between two gangs went off in front of a public school as one crew was still blasting as they were peeling out in a luxury car like an grindhouse movie.

 

In Foxhurst, a man was confronted by a gang riding bicycles and got into an argument with them. Then one of the gangbangers took out a gun and shot at him, leading the man to take out his own gun and fired off a bunch of rounds at his foe and his crew. The man was an off-duty cop and the gang of men are still roaming the streets.

In Claremont, a man was shot to death on the street from getting blasted in the chest

Also in Claremont, three men were confronted by two armed men running up the stairs in an apartment building and two of them got shot down and killed. Police investigation is determining if this was in retaliation for the drive by murder of the man who got killed in front of his daughter on the street.

 

Again in Claremont, a man attacked two gay men and slashed one of them in the face while trying to steal their bag. A few weeks earlier, the skell became a viral video story on social media when a cop put him in a chokehold during an arrest in Rockaway Beach, which led to the cop getting suspended and arrested.

In Crotona Park, a 14-year-old boy got chased down by cops who thought he was with a group of other people who threw rocks and debris at their car and then tazed him, causing him to fall and bust his lip and break his tooth. The kid and his family are suing the city for $3,000,000.

In Crotona, a 15-year-old boy got shot in the back on the street.

Also in Crotona, a man got killed by a hit-and-run driver while crossing the street.

In Fordham Manor, a family is left homeless after their apartment went up in flames from fireworks that were left on the roof of their building got ignited from the fireworks coming from the street.

Again in Fordham Manor, a man got shot in the leg while he was riding his bike.

And again in Fordham Manor, a man was shot in the ass in front of an apartment building.

In University Heights, a man got pinched by cops who caught him walking on the street carrying a grenade launcher and wearing a kevlar vest. Not known if he was all out of bubblegum.

Also in University Heights, a man got shot in the leg during a robbery on the street.

Again in University Heights, a man and a woman viciously attacked two women at a buffet restaurant and stole a cellphone off of them.

In Morrisania, a man was shot to death in a drive by as he was sitting in a livery car.

In the South Bronx, an app-hail livery driver got stabbed eleven times in his car.

Also in the South Bronx, a man charged another man on the sidewalk and stabbed him.

In Concourse Village, a man loitering in front of a Home Depot with a bike and a baseball bat who menaced other people passing him suddenly confronted a man and a woman and accused them of staring at him, so he took the bat and swung at the man’s head and knocked him down.

Also in Concourse Village, a man was stabbed in the arm in the middle of the street at 3 a.m. where Mayor de Blasio took his desk from City Hall and placed it there so he could sign police reform bills while another Black Lives Matter mural got painted on the street behind him at 4 p.m.

In Kingsbridge Heights, a man stabbed his ex-girlfriend in the back multiple times while she was pushing their child in a baby stroller, causing her to fall to the pavement with the toddler.

In Parkchester, a man got killed by a hit-and-run driver that was involved in a high speed chase going after another car. The driver was never charged with a crime and was released on his own recognizance.

Also in Parkchester, a man riding a motor scooter took 4 shots at a man on the sidewalk and caught him on the arm.

Again in Parkchester, a man shot at another man in the middle of the street following an argument with him.

In Norwood, a man dragged a woman out of an apartment building and onto the street, beat the shit out of her and tried to rape her.

Also in Norwood, a man was shot to death on the street.

Again in Norwood, a man was shot to death on the street following a dispute with 3 other men.

In Hunts Point, a man crashed his luxury car into a minivan and killed it’s driver, then he and another van ditched the vehicle and ran into another car that came by and got away.

In Mott Haven, four men got pissed at a man who blowing up fireworks too close and directly at them inside a city park, which bloodily escalated when the man stabbed all of them with a knife. One of the man he stabbed managed to procure the knife and stabbed him back, leading to all of them winding up in the hospital.

Also in Mott Haven, an NYPD SUV got shot at from a stray bullet while two cops were sitting inside. Or maybe an intentional bullet.

Again in Mott Haven at the 149th St./Grand Concourse Station, a man beat down a woman with a cane as she was standing on the platform.

And again in Mott Haven, four men hassled a man coming out of a bodega demanding to use his cellphone and beat the crap out him and stole it when he refused.

And again in Mott Haven, a man got punched in the face and fell on his head on the sidewalk after an argument with his attacker.

And again in Mott Haven, two men got in a 72-year-old woman’s face on the sidewalk and robbed her purse.

In Soundview, a man was shot twice on the street.

In Melrose, three men beat the shit out of one man and stabbed him four times to settle an argument they had with each other.

Also in Melrose, a man shot at five men sitting on a stoop an hour after dawn while he covered his face with his t-shirt and still managed to hit two of them.

Again in Melrose, a woman and two men beat down and poisoned a 65-year-old man to death in his apartment during a robbery, then threw him out of a window wrapped in plastic where he landed on the roof of a Mickey D’s.

In Belmont, a man was shot at 5 times and hit in both of his legs while walking on the sidewalk and stalked by two men.

In Classon Point, a group of people managed to dodge a drive-by shooting directed at them.

In Woodlawn and Wakefield, two men ripped off portable ATM machines frpm the walls of a motel and a laundromat with their bare hands, then cracked open the bottom of an ATM at a pizzeria and made off with the loot.

In Unionport, two teenage boys got shot on the street at a quarter after three in the morning and they are not saying a word about who targeted them.

In Fordham, an online charity fund to raise money for small businesses that were robbed and vandalized by the looting and destruction caused by saboteurs of the George Floyd Protests totaling $50,000 has not made it to them yet.

In New Lots, an EMT rolled a stop sign in her ambulance and ran over a 65-year-old man and killed him

In Mount Hope, a cop got attacked by a man while writing up a ticket for parking his car in front of a fire hydrant. As the cop and his partner cuffed him, the perp resisted being put in the car and continued to wrestle with the two cops. As the tussling continued, one of the cops bodycams fell off and a man standing by them kicked it away, which provoked the cop to attack and try to arrest him. The cop had difficulty as that perp successfully wrestled him and kept him in a headlock and then ran away. All the while some obnoxious jagoff was filming it and coaching the pricks to fight the cops.

The man who assaulted the cop turned himself in and was immediately let go by a judge for the case to be fully investigated, so the skell can go back and loiter on the streets and fuck with somebody else. This development made de Blasio very unhappy.

 

Staten Island

In Stapleton, a man was shot to death by the Stapleton Houses.

Also in Stapleton, a man was shot to death on the street from a bullet to the head.

Again in Stapleton, a man tried to shoot a man to death while inside his car.

In St. George, a man got shot up multiple times on the street.

In Bloomfield, ten people got busted by the cops for smuggling fireworks and three cars, one of which was hauling 3 alligator carcasses. Sounds like they had a plan to manufacture luggage and other accessories.

In West Brighton, a man shot another man in his legs to end an argument.

In Port Richmond, a man was shot in the back in broad daylight.

Also in Port Richmond, a man was shot to death on the sidewalk in broad daylight.

In Bulls Head, a man broke into a vape shop with a rock and robbed a bunch of juuls and cash and is connected to 17 other burglaries of other small businesses in a little over a month.

 

In New Springville, a 15-year-old boy got conned by a man selling a designer belt and he swiped his backpack that contained $200 to pay for it.

In Concord, a man got shot at twice while sitting in the back seat of a car after he and the driver engaged in a dispute with other men who stopped by them in a car at the intersection.

Also in Concord, a man was shot twice in the arm on the street.

In Midland Beach, a man led cops on a high speed chase on the streets because he had crack rock on him.

In Castleton Corners, a man punched another man in the face over a money dispute and robbed 72 bucks off him.

Also in Castleton Corners, a man was shot in the dick on a street coner.

In Clifton, a 15-year-old boy was shot twice behind a building and then took a walk to a hospital.

In New Brighton, a man was shot at multiple times in the middle of the block.

In Arlington, a man who was just released from prison got shot to death inside a deli.

In Eltingville, a man stalked another man walking on the sidewalk, then he grabbed him from behind for a little bump and grind.

In Great Kills, four creeps broke into a school and stole $400 worth of electronic items.

A man ripped off dozens of businesses grifting cash and services from them by impersonating a fire marshal complete with fake badge and official shirt while exploiting the pandemic for personal gain.

On the Staten Island Expressway, a giant garish caricature banner of Mayor de Blasio in a Che T-shirt and holding a severed head of Lady Liberty was found dangling on an overpass.

 

 

 

 

 

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During the last two months of the lockdown of the five boroughs and with a sizeable amount of cops stricken by COVID-19, home and commercial property burglaries and vehicle theft shot up in massive numbers in May as murders and robberies show higher incremental ticks. Crime in the subway made significant gains even though service is cut and commuting went down nearly 90%. Shootings went up by a lot (especially in Brooklyn) which shouldn’t be surprising considering you can be more than six feet to hit your target. Drag racing also went up in the last 3 months as the city was mostly barren from mass isolation.

As May began Governor Cuomo gave the order to kick the homeless off the trains including banning every other commuter from the subway at 1 am until the clock struck 5 so the trains can get thoroughly cleaned. Which had no effect with the homeless who prefer to sleep during the morning and noon hours as the lower paid contractors deftly cleaned around them. 

And that’s only a sample of NYC’s Spring of chaos and disorder…

Manhattan

In the East Village, a man and a woman got confronted by a group of cops and were tackled to the sidewalk and handcuffed for not following city pandemic protocols well enough for them. A man witnessing the senseless and arbitrary detainment walked over to the corner and was immediately faced with one of the cops who cursed him out and challenged him to fight while pointing his taser at him. The cop then punched the man in the face and took him down to the pavement, placed his knee on his neck as his partner cuffed him while both of them were not wearing their masks properly.

This excessive use of force went on at precisely the exact time when hundreds of rich young people were sitting on the grass at a pier in the West Village were violating those same protocols but not wearing masks and sitting close to each other.

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The cop who sat on the bystander’s head is responsible for over $200,000 in lawsuit settlements for seven prior infractions of excessive force, falsifying arrests and picking and getting into fights with citizens while on duty.

Also in the East Village, a man walked into a deli and threatened a worker with a serrated hunting knife even as two cops were making an order at the counter. The worker snatched the knife out of the man’s hand and then the cop shot him with a taser as he walking out of the store which had no effect on him and pushes her to the ground then challenges cops even as he’s surrounded. He gets shot down after he charged at one of them.

Again in the East Village, a man who held sex baccanal airbnb parties in his townhouse last year beat up and strangled his girlfriend in his apartment.

And again in the East Village, a man died after a gun he was carrying while walking outside went off and shot himself in the leg.

In the Upper East Side, a man got grabbed by the cops on pandemic protocol patrol at a restaurant where most of the people were not wearing masks or social distancing. Then one of the cops body slammed him and caused his head to hit the pavement. The crowd of rich young white people witnessing the excessive force meted by the cops only gawked and made snarky comments. Nobody got a summons, not even the restaurant that was violating the crowding regulations.

Also in the Upper East Side, a man got killed crossing the street by an 18-year-old man driving a Beemer.

Again in the Upper East Side, two men impersonating cops held and robbed a jewelry store at gunpoint after they lied to the owner they were there to inspect the area for looters.

And again in the Upper East Side, a man stole a flashy sports car and got caught by the cops. After being released for that theft, cops caught him with a stolen ninja motorcycle on the subway.

In the Upper West Side, over 200 migrating birds died when they collided into a luxury apartment building that acts like a mirror to the sky they fly in.

Also in the Upper West Side, a humongous branch broke off a tree and landed on a group of people having a birthday party in Riverside park.

Again in the Upper West Side, two men were brutally stabbed to death inside a public housing building. The killer is still on the loose.

And again in the Upper West Side, a man shot and killed his wife and himself in a murder/ suicide in their apartment.

And again in the Upper West Side at the 72nd St. Station, a man grabbed a woman as she was about to board the 3 train and dragged her to the end of the platform and tried to rape her but the woman escaped. He then took the train to the Prospect Park Station and knocked a woman down with a punch and tried to rape her too.

Also in Harlem, a man brutally eviscerated his boyfriend to death inside his apartment then set in on fire. When the cops and the FDNY came, the man obstructed them from entering the building while standing buck naked at the front door.

Again in Harlem, a towering fire destroyed a children’s clothing store.

And again in Harlem, a woman got into a tirade with workers with her mask down at a supermarket because they refused to let her return a loaf of bread.

And again in Harlem, a woman was shot at twice and another woman was stabbed in the back during a domestic dispute inside an apartment. No word on who did the attacks.

And again in Harlem, a man threw a large firecracker at a homeless man sleeping on the sidewalk as he runs away while his friends film the explosion and watch the flames catch on to him.

Clockwork Orange 20 fucking 20

And again in Harlem, a man got stabbed in the head with a knife and walked it off while bystanders swarmed on him like seagulls on halibut with their cellphones.

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In Soho, a man took some bricks and smashed the windows of three high end boutiques then robbed cash from the registers.

Also in Soho, crooks ripped off plywood covered with art from a store that an artist designed who was making them for a charity group.

In Midtown at the 59th St/Lexington Ave. Station, a xenophobic man assaulted a man and tried to kick him off the 4 train because he thought he had COVID-19 because of his nationality. The victim is a professional nurse.

Also in Midtown, a man challenged three cops to a fight then pulled out a gravity knife and menaced them with it. Then one of the cops shot his taser to take his ass down.

Again in Midtown, a woman got into an argument with another woman and called her vile racist tropes.

In Penn Station, an argument between two homeless men on the subway platform led to one of them getting stabbed multiple times in the chest. The station has become a shelter-in-place for the city’s thousands of homeless people who are too scared to stay in shelters in fear of catching COVID-19 and getting either robbed, assaulted or even killed.

In Times Square, a MTA worker lost control of his truck and crashed into a soda pop delivery truck.

In Downtown Manhattan at the Wall St. Station, a woman attacked an conductor after she kicked the door of his cab to make him come out and then jumped him as she slashed him with a knife and punched him repeatedly as he was still driving the 2 train. The conductor stopped the train while in the East river tunnel and managed to dodge her and was able to get back in his cab and bolt it and get to the next stop in Brooklyn, where she got off at Montague St and ran away.

In East Harlem, a gangbanger got shot to death on the street.

Also in East Harlem, a man got shot to death in front of a Burger King.

Again in East Harlem, an off-duty city bus driver and auxiliary cop shot his sister-in-law to death inside a superintendents apartment where his wife was hiding from him after he chased her on the street. Then he stabbed her husband when they got into a struggle for the gun. Cops arrived and shot the city worker down and killed him after he disobeyed orders to drop the knife.

And again in East Harlem, a man was shot to death while waiting for the bus because he got off his job when the subway was shut down at 1 a.m.

And again in East Harlem, a man attacked a 64-year-old woman from behind, put her in chokehold and threw her to the concrete and strangled and raped her. He then whipped out his dick and rode away on a Citibike and left her for dead with her shirt off and face down on the ground. The victim fell into a coma and died weeks later from her injuries.

And again in East Harlem, a man got shot in the hand during an argument.

The man was released twice this year after he randomly sexually molested a woman on the street and assaulted a bunch of people on an L train and also spit on a woman’s face. New York State’s bail reform program is a policy failure.

In Washington Heights at the 163rd St. Station, a sick freak stalked a woman and licked her butt as she was walking up the stairs.

Also in Washington Heights at the 168th St. Station, a man was found dead lying on the floor of the C train. The city’s homeless services claim they tried to get this man into a shelter before he took the train to his demise. It’s a wonder if they couldn’t tell he needed to go to a hospital.

Again in Washington Heights, a pizza delivery man was jumped by three men as he was locking up his bike. While struggling to defend himself rolling on the ground with one of the thugs he pulled out a knife and tried to slash him as his cohorts stole rode away with his ride.

And again in Washington Heights, a man cursed out and spat on a cop during a traffic stop then got knocked on his ass trying to ride away.

And again in Washington Heights, a man grabbed a woman walking in a park and sexually molested her then snatched her necklace and ran away.

And again in Washington Heights, two men stalked a 74-year-old man as he was walking home and jumped him when he got inside his apartment building and held him at gunpoint and robbed $300 and his cellphone.

And again in Washington Heights, a man ambushed a woman walking on the sidewalk and dragged her into a park and forced him to give him oral and then robbed her jewelry in broad daylight.

In Hamilton Heights, a scumbag stalked a woman into her apartment building then jumped her and punched her in the face. He then tried to rip her pants off, but the woman kicked his ass yet he still was able to steal her cellphone. The woman works as a nurse and she came down from upstate New York to assist in helping patients recovering from coronavirus in the city. Making her a double hero.

Also in Hamilton Heights, a man found a dead body in a freezer at his mother’s apartment while he was cleaning the place up.

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In Kips Bay, hundreds of homeless people that got kicked out of the subway because of Governor Cuomo’s shutdown of the trains between 1 and 5 a.m. got picked up by the city in buses and driven to the worst homeless shelter in the city by Bellevue Hospital and wound up sleeping on a stairwell and on the floor by an exit door.

Also in Kips Bay, two homeless men brawled over a place to sleep on the street, culminating with one of them beating the shit out of the other with a metal rod.

In Chelsea, a homeless man got killed when he got hit by a train walking in the PATH Tunnel between stations.

Also in Chelsea, a construction worker got killed when a fire extinguisher exploded in front of him and two other workers got injured from the sharpnel inside a building being worked on despite the city shutdown. Cops responding to the accident rammed their car into another vehicle while driving the wrong way heading for the building, causing injuries to themselves and breaking the arm of the woman they hit.

In Greenwich Village, a xenophobic man threatened to hit a woman with a bottle while blaming her for spreading coronavirus.

In the West Village, a man randomly punched a woman in the face then he was chivalrously beaten down by a group of men and left lying unconscious on the pavement.

Also in the West Village, an idiot nearly drowned in the Hudson River when he tried to retrieve a frisbee that his friends threw over his head.

In Midtown, five looters effortlessly broke down the facade of a drone store and stole everything inside.

Also in Midtown, a woman riding her bike got crushed to death after she ran the red light and accelerated to ride past a bus and got clipped the rear wheels and fell under the wheels as it kept going.

In Hell’s Kitchen, a man drove all the way from Queens just to set a police car on fire.

In Manhattanville, a man stabbed two men with a machete on a city bus as he was walking out.

In Tribeca, a man failed to break into a small business got caught by cops with a crowbar in his hand while trying to break into a nail salon. The burglar was released without a bail for a prior break-in and was due to appear in court for it.

In Hell’s Kitchen, a man got held up and robbed at gunpoint in a hotel room by a man he arranged a hook up with on an app.

In Fort George, five men wanted for robbing app-food delivery men of their ebikes, cash and cellphones mugged two more delivery men as they were making deliveries.

In Greenwich Village, a man got run over by a postal truck driver as he was backing his vehicle up to make room for the city bus.

In the Financial District, a woman punched her boyfriend in the face and then she shot him the leg, then she got in her car and took another shot at him as she drove off.

In Gramercy Park, a drunk driver smashed an SUV in an intersection and sped off the wrong way three blocks and crashed into a NYPD patrol SUV.

Also in Gramercy Park, a man randomly punched a 92-year-old woman in the head as she walking on the sidewalk passed him, causing her to fall onto a fire hydrant. The lowlife takes a look behind to see his victim lying there and strolls along, which should be expected by a thing that has a century of priors. The woman is now afraid to go in the street by herself, even though the NYPD is biggest police force in the world. Maybe Shea can send one of his CTU cops in full body armor and AR-15 to walk her to the doctor’s office.

In the Lower East Side, owners of a bar decided to violate pandemic protocols and opened up their non-essential business, turning it into a speakeasy exclusive for rich covidiots suffering from pandemic fatigue. Bitches.

Also in the Lower East Side, a man stabbed his daughter inside a homeless shelter in the Upper West Side and tried to blame it on two muggers who robbed him.

Again in the Lower East Side at the Delancey St. Station, a xenophobic woman profanely admonished and slurred a woman by accusing her of not wearing her mask right and then smacked the cellphone from her hand.

And again in the Lower East Side, a man was stabbed during a fight with another man and left on the concrete in a pool of blood.

And again in the Lower East Side, two men broke into a Vietnamese restaurant and robbed an Ipad.

And again in the Lower East Side, a man took a brick and smashed a window of a bar and a Japanese restaurant and robbed them of $300 and over 2 grand worth of booze. The thief has already hit 14 other similar joints and has amassed a total of $30,000 worth of booty.

And again in the Lower East Side, wealthy young White people were drinking booze in public and not wearing masks or standing six feet apart in front of bars and a “bakery”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One man is responsible for 18 burglaries of restaurants and bars and the theft of over $30,000 in cash, booze and computer pads. A sum of the break-in’s were accessed by cutting vinyl doors. And we’re supposed to bail some of these joints out when they are basically making it easy for crooks to rob them?

In Central Park, a woman got pissed off and panicked when a man asked her to put her dog on a leash and then she made a bogus 911 phone call to police and told the operator that she was menacing her and her dog, which she was exploiting by making the dog agitated to sound like she was being attacked.

Also in Central Park, a man grabbed a 9-year-old girl’s behind then attempted to kidnap her.

Again in Central Park, a man riding a bike crashed into a woman while she was jogging, hitting her hard enough to put her in the hospital and in critical condition. The man was not charged and the cops reported the incident as if the woman was at fault for appearing “without warning” to the biker.

In Inwood, a man committed suicide by hanging himself on a tree in a park.

In Downtown Manhattan at the Fulton St. Station, 3 cops having dinner (or lunch) got sick from drinking shakes even though they tasted funny and wound up going to the hospital. The NYPD then sent their CSI unit there on the suspicion that the food poisoning was intentional but the case was dismissed because the workers mistakenly put the shake mix in too soon after they cleaned it.

It still didn’t stop some shithead lieutenant and panic tweeting from the NYPD unions from spreading a bullshit lie about the “incident” and trying to use cancel culture to target a business and discredit a social justice movement. But embarrassingly worse is treated this with such severity that Shea’s NYPD had two cops guard the weaponized frosty beverage.

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Brooklyn

In East New York, three cops enforcing social distancing guidelines (which is not a law) roughed up and detained a man who was smoking a joint with his friends while not wearing their masks. A man intervening in the arrest got knocked out by a cop who punched him in the face and then banged his head on the ground and put his knee on his back to restrain him.

Also in East New York, as three cops took down a  man and punched him as he was face down on the concrete during an arrest, one of the cops threatened to arrest a group of men for not wearing a mask as they filming the collar as they were standing on a stoop where they live. The cop had his mask on but it wasn’t covering his nose.

Again in East New York, a man getting arrested by cops for violating social distancing guidelines got the attention of passerby who assembled on the sidewalk which included a man filming the collar with his cellphone. The crowd got agitated when they saw almost all of the cops not wearing masks to prevent spreading COVID-19.  The man filming the brazen hypocrisy and violating by the NYPD immediately noticed that the deputy inspector was there supervising the over deployment of police for one guy.

Then one of the maskless plainclothes cops (whose ID badge number was covered by a blue and black strip) attacked and assaulted a man and threw him to asphalt as his fellow officers held him. The man who kept filming got pushed back by a uniformed cop who menaced him with his club. Then another plain clothes cop attacked the man after he got a clear shot of the man of the man that was arrested for yelling at the cops for their pandemic protocol infractions.

And again in East New York at the Euclid Ave. Station, a homeless man got irate when a conductor told him to get off the C train because it needed to be clean and then he ran up to his face and spit on him.

And again in East New York at the Van Siclen Ave. Station, a MTA worker was being sexually harassed by a man through her cab door window. Then the man broke into her cab and sexually molested her but the woman kicked his ass and locked him in the car as the train arrived at the next station.

And again in East New York, a man was shot to death on the street from a fusillade of bullets in a drive-by.

And again in East New York, a man was stabbed to death in front of a grocery store.

And again in East New York, a man got shot to death by a clerk after he tried to hold up his store with a knife. Moments earlier, the slained man told his father he left his keys there.

And again in East New York, a man got shot in the leg by a stray bullet as gunfire went off during a street memorial for a rapper.

And again in East New York, two men were shot at in an apartment. The gunman left one man dead from a blow to the head and the other wounded with blasts to his stomach.

And again in East New York, a man got killed and another man got shot in the leg while they were sitting in a van during a drive by shooting.

And again in East New York, a man got shot to death in broad daylight while washing his car.

And again in East New York, a man stabbed his boyfriend to death with an ice pick.

And again in East New York, a DJ got shot to death at a house party in a revenge killing for a rapper that was murdered weeks before.

In  Crown Heights, two men ganged up on one man during a fight on the street as one of them shot him in the ass and his accomplice stabbed him twice.

Also in Crown Heights, a man got stabbed to death in front of an apartment building.

Again in Crown Heights, cops sent to enforce social distancing guidelines at a park took down an arrested a man for some reason. Then as his friends start yelling at the cops as they walk him out, the cops return and violently take down one of them and swarmed at a bunch of other men filming that arrest on their cellphones. This commotion was followed by cops in three patrol SUV’s driving on the parks grounds notably one that stopped short on a basketball court. A majority of the cops weren’t wearing masks.

This is a far cry to how de Blasio’s NYPD respond to the recidivist pandemic protocol violators in Domino Park in Williamsburg every fucking day.

And again in Crown Heights, a man got scalded and wounded when plainclothes cops were sent to disrupt a BBQ party for breaking pandemic protocols. Since residents weren’t moving fast enough to disperse the cops pounced on the man and violently arrested him while they threw the grill and the food to the dirty ground as the coals flew all over him; scalding and leaving imprinted coal marked and burned scars on his body and on his face.

Four photos of the 20-year-old's injuries provided by his lawyer.

And again in Crown Heights, a 16-year-old boy who was involved in the daylight lynching beat down of a 15-year-old girl with 20 other boys was shot to death in retaliation for it in front of an apartment building.

And again in Crown Heights, a man got shot to death after he was jumped by two men on the street near his house.

And again in Crown Heights, three men broke into an apartment building and robbed a bunch of packages from the lobby.

And again in Crown Heights, a man shot at another man on the grounds of the Kingsboro Houses and then hid from the cops as they arrived to the scene. After multiple warnings to drop his gun, 10 cops shot 19 rounds and killed him.

And again in Crown Heights, a man was shot to death in front of an apartment building at the Albany Houses.

And again in Crown Heights, firemen set off a fountain of fireworks in front of their station house. Guess they stopped teaching irony at the FDNY training academy.

In Downtown Brooklyn at the Atlantic Avenue/Barclays Center Station, a woman was badgered, roughed up and taken down to concrete and arrested for not wearing her mask by cops who didn’t think she was wearing it properly as her 3 year-old daughter watched in shock.

In Brownsville, a man got shot to death trying to protect his daughter from getting into a fight with another woman. The woman fled the crime scene with the shooter.

Also in Brownsville, cops on patrol enforcing social distancing guidelines spotted a man smoking weed and drinking beer with his friends and ordered him to get rid of the open container (??!!). Then swarmed him when he refused to comply and continued to resist by fighting off three cops as one of his friends intervened in the arrest by jumping in and spitting on them.

Again in Brownsville, two men attacked a 16-year-old boy and punched his face multiple times by an ATM machine at a bodega. Then they held him at knifepoint and stole his card and the 500 bucks he withdrew.

And again in Brownsville, a man shot a 62-year-old man to death as lied on his bed in his apartment.

And again in Brownsville, a man stabbed another man to death following an argument by a street corner.

And again in Brownsville, a man was shot to death by a rehab clinic.

And again in Brownsville, a man was shot to death in the middle of the block.

And again in Brownsville, three men and a woman were shot and hit by a fusillade of gunfire aimed at them on the street.

And again in Brownsville, a man involved in a looting of smoke shop got caught by cops but escape by clocking one over the head with a bong. Then the goon tried to hide out by climbing a fire escape and breaking into an apartment but was thwarted by a 74-year-old woman residing there and she pushed his ass out and locked the window.

And again in Brownsville, a man was shot to death over a drug deal gone bad in a courtyard at the Howard Houses.

And again in Brownsville, another man was shot to death at the Howard Houses less than a week later.

And again in Brownsville, two men and a woman were shot at on the street.

In Fort Greene, a man slashed another man with a knife after he asked for his pills and was refused.

Also in Fort Greene, a man broke into a restaurant and robbed the cash register.

Again in Fort Greene, a man broke into a deli through the roof and cracked a safe open, robbing the money inside and also stole packs of cigarettes

And again in Fort Greene, a man had his laptops and backpack robbed from his car with its window broken.

And again in Fort Greene, a man’s apartment was burglarized when he came home and found out that his laptop and $6,500 his boss gave him to pay his rent was missing.

And again in Fort Greene, a man was shot to death and another man was wounded inside an apartment building after their shooter chased them in there.

And again in Fort Greene, a man was shot to death on the grounds of the Ingersoll Houses.

And again in Fort Greene, a group of men or boys engaged in Roman Candle shootouts as cops in an SUV roll by.

And again in Fort Greene, a man was shot in the leg following an argument by the Walt Whitman Houses.

In Prospect/Lefferts Gardens, a man was shot to death in the middle of the street.

In Flatbush at the Utica Ave. Station, a man was found dead lying on the seats on the 4 train.

Also in Flatbush, a man shoplifted a basket full of meat from a meat market and slashed a worker on her hand when she caught him on the street.

Again in Flatbush, a man walked up a cop on patrol and stabbed him in the neck with a steak knife. Then the nut grabbed the gun from the cop he stabbed during a struggle and fired at cops that arrived to stop him leading them to shoot him over 20 times to take him down. Two cops got hit during the melee, including the one that got stabbed.

And again in Flatbush, a man was shot at on a street corner.

And again in Flatbush, a man and a woman stole a Yorkie puppy worth 3 grand from a pet store.

In Sunset Park, a man showed up drunk off his ass at a food pantry and attacked and assaulted two crossing guards while on the queue.

Also in Sunset Park at the Metropolitan Detention Center, a man broke a window inside his cell and C.O.’s drowned him in pepper spray to subdue him, causing his death.

Again in Sunset Park at the Metropolitan Detention Center, a prisoner slashed a C.O. in the lip with a shiv but then got his ass piled on and had the shit beat out of him by other inmates who chivalrously defended her

In Boerum Hill, a woman beat up a man after arguing about standing six feet apart while waiting on line at a food pantry.

In Bed-Stuy, a man sexually molested 7 women on the streets in the span of ninety minutes.

Also in Bed-Stuy, a yeshiva school full of sixty students was in session in spite of the city shutdown of every other school in the state. No summons for pandemic protocols were issued to the school despite de Blasio’s loudmouth decree that he was going to fine anyone violating them.

Again in Bed-Stuy, a nurse from Texas volunteering her essential service to help treat patients infected with coronavirus was robbed of a family heirloom worth $10,000 by a woman who broke into her hotel room. Oh wait, the thief was a fucking man.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a gang of men filming a video of themselves decided to jump up and down on a car. When the owner and his brother came by to tell them to get off of his vehicle, one of the men took out a gun and shot his brother twice. The man died later from his wounds.

And again in Bed-Stuy, two men both got shot in the leg on the street.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man got shot in the chest and another man got stabbed in the chest on a street corner.

And again in Bed-Stuy, a man engaged in a 12 minute argument with a barista over a sign he didn’t like when the woman refused to serve him without a mask and kept on annoying her and other patrons about their political convictions about the George Floyd protests.

In Cypress Hills, a man shot down another man on the street then fired his gun at a man driving by in his car who witnessed the shooting.

In Williamsburg, a man and a woman got pissed at a group of people not abiding by social distancing guidelines so they confronted all of them and wound arrested for assault.

Also in Williamsburg, three men broke into a cellphone store with a sledge hammer and robbed boxes of merchandise then came back for seconds an hour later and robbed more items.

Again in Williamsburg, a man set an unmarked police car on fire and the NYPD wrongly blamed it on a homeless man.

In Mill Basin, a man jacked a watch and chain off a man sitting in his car waiting for the light to change by impersonating a cop.

Also in Mill Basin at the Kings Plaza Mall, a gang of robbers smashed the glass door at the entrance and broke a window display of a jewelry store and stole a bunch of fancy watches.

Again in Mill Basin, two men ambushed a man as he was about to go to his house and shot him in the neck.

In Clinton Hill, two men broke into a deli from the roof and plundered $8,200 from a safe and a cash register and swiped a bunch of cartons of smokes.

Also in Clinton Hill, a man robbed boxes from an apartment building but was disappointed that they contained superglue so he threw them in the garbage.

Again in Clinton Hill, a man was robbed of his wallet by two men who were feigning to be lost.

In Bushwick at the Flushing Ave Station, a man and woman were fucking their brains out while doing it doggy style on the platform.

Also in Bushwick, a man stabbed another man in the stomach after he walked down the steps of an apartment building.

Again in Bushwick, a street fight between a bunch of men got more hectic as three men got stabbed and two men got hit by a car.

In Coney Island, two men broke into a man’s apartment, held him at gunpoint and robbed 15 grand off him. Then he slashed him with a knife on the way out.

Also in Coney Island, a man got brutally beat up inside an elevator by a man he bumped into.

Again in Coney Island, a man lit a hallway on fire in an apartment building by an apartment where he accused the tenant of being a child molester.

In East Williamsburg, two men were found dead in their apartment. One of them O.D’d and the other had visible head trauma.

In East Flatbush, a man and a woman were found naked and dead in a pickup truck inside a garage after banging each other with the motor left running.

Also in East Flatbush, a man was shot to death on the street after an argument ensued with a gang of other men who all fled and left him lying bleeding.

Again in East Flatbush, two men got shot as they were sitting in a car during a drive by. One man died instantly and the other man died 1o days later.

And again in East Flatbush, a man got shot to death on the street and another man got shot and wounded following a fight at a house party.

And again in East Flatbush, two men walked into a pharmacy and held it up by gunpoint but left with nothing after the manager fought them off while a little dog was barking at them.

In Flatbush, a man lit up and threw firecracker at a unmarked police car as it was passing him.

In Canarsie, a man died after getting hit by a car while he was jaywalking on the street.

Also in Canarsie, a man jumped out into the street and threw a concrete block at city bus as it was moving, shattering the front window.

In Gowanus, a man shot another man to death inside his ex-girlfriends apartment after he got into argument with him while dropping his son off to his mother.

In Clinton Hill, a man robbed boxes from an apartment building but was disappointed that they contained superglue so he threw them in the garbage.

Also in Clinton Hill, a man was robbed of his wallet by two men who were feigning to be lost.

In Bensonhurst, a man walked up to an 8-year-old girl playing in her yard and flashed his nub dick at her and manipulated her into touching it twice.

In Seagate, a man napping on a bench on the boardwalk had his camera robbed by a man biking past him.

In Brighton Beach, a man got stabbed to death inside his apartment by a man was renting a room with him there and who tormented him every day which culminated with breaking his ribs over his cleanliness a few days before he murdered him

Also in Brighton Beach, a man pickpocketed an envelope containing $2000 from a woman as she was shopping at a market.

In Manhattan Beach, a man broke into a house and stole laptops and a bike.

In Red Hook, a woman got beaten down by another woman following an argument they were having with each other.

In Bath Beach, a man ripped off four wheels off a parked car.

In Sheepshead Bay, a man shoplifted bottles from a liquor store then shoved a worker down who tried to stop him.

In Marine Park, a bunch of “hooligans” invaded a golf course closed during the pandemic lockdown and took a bunch of golf carts for a joyride and vandalized the entire course and cratered a fence.

We got hooligans in the five boroughs now. Secure your dustbins.

In Midwood, a man and his fellow community members broke into a playground that was locked up and welded shut by the city to prevent the spread of coronavirus by sawing off the chain off the gate. Like a bunch of hooligans would do. Looks like the Blaz’s confounding, disingenuous arbitrary and selective pandemic protocol enforcement has wrought anarchy in New York City…

…your city.

Bronx

In Allerton, two men jumped out an SUV and shot a man to death in broad daylight in a parking lot while he was talking to someone. The guns were equipped with silencers.

In Foxhurst, a man got jumped by a gang of six men who beat him down to the ground, stabbed him and hit with a glass bottle, then a woman planted her foot on his head and ran away with them.

Also in Foxhurst, a gang of four men jumped a man and beat him down to the pavement after he made remarks to a woman they were with so they stole his cellphone and chain.

In Throggs Neck, two men broke into a deli and cracked open two safes and robbed $7,200. Which was made when the small business was open for a few days after being closed for months because of COVID-19.

Also in Throggs Neck, an off duty cop committed suicide by shooting herself in the head in her apartment.

In Mount Eden, a fight between two men on the street escalated when one of them pulled out a gun and shot the other man in the leg when he was getting his ass kicked. Then the shooter got his ass kicked even worse when every bystander watching the fight beat him down for his cheap shot.

In Mount Eden, three boys jumped a pizza delivery guy, held him at knifepoint and beat him down then robbed his bike and the crappy pizza order.

In Unionport, a man got shot to death at point blank range in a hallway while a party was going on in a room at a hotel.

Also in Unionport, a woman slashed a man multiple times after getting into an argument while their vehicles were standing in traffic.

In Jerome Park, a man jumped out of a car and ran up to a woman on the sidewalk and snatched her cellphone out of her hand. The woman then grabbed the man as he was trying to get back into the vehicle but the man pushed her to the ground and got away with the driver.

In Bedford Park, a man held up two people at gunpoint and robbed of their jewerly, a gold grill and 2 large.

Also in Bedford Park, a gang of thieves broke into a vehicle storage building and managed to effortlessly steal 22 cars.

In Longwood, a man was shot to death at the entrance of an apartment building.

In Wakefield, a man died and his wife got critically injured from a fire in their unit inside a nursing home.

In Mott Haven, a bike rider got killed when he got hit by a box truck driver coming out of a commercial garage building.

Also in Mott Haven, a bike rider got killed when he mistakenly tried to maneuver between a double parked freight truck and another freight truck that was turning around it and he got crushed under the wheels. The man chose to commute by bike so he wouldn’t catch coronavirus on the subway.

Again in Mott Haven, a man died from a punch to his head and landing on the pavement while trying to break up a fight between two gangs.

In Norwood, a man chucked a bottle of bleach at a worker in a laundromat when he thought he got shortchanged.

In Belmont, a man got shot to death inside his apartment as two men he was hanging out with tried to flee the killing scene in a taxi cab.

Also in Belmont, a man was shot to death by rival gangbangers.

In Parkchester, a man stabbed another man multiple times shortly after his victim put up his dukes and then rode away on his bike.

In Fordham Manor, a man spit on a bus driver through her window as she was dropping passengers off at a stop.

Also in Fordham Manor, a man got stabbed to death on a street corner.

Again in Fordham Manor, a man in his birthday suit ran across the street and challenge a man to a street fight. The naked man’s opponent easily leveled him with a flurry of punches while his dick is flapping in the breeze and then two other men joined in and threw him against a shutter gate and wailed on him.

The naked man shakes it off and gets backed up and challenges his opponent again and gets walloped a few more times but it doesn’t phase him the slightest so he gets thrown into the street and runs into a car as it’s speeding off. The nude pugilist settles down and is seen walking off as the twitter time cap runs out on the video. The guy was clearly on angel dust or crystal meth, but that was the closest thing to funniest scene in that Borat movie.

And again in Fordham Manor, a man panhandling a 80-year-old man for a buck decides to steal his backpack instead and drags him across the sidewalk to get it off.

In Fordham Heights, a drug deal gone awry led to a woman falling 3 stories from a fire escape as she battled and tried to stab a man while trying to get inside an apartment. Then the man in the apartment ran downstairs and stabbed a man to death before he fled.

Also in Fordham Heights, two men broke into a pet store and stole $6000 plus 5 different breeds of puppies, 50 canaries and doggie carrier bags and bird cages.

Again in Fordham Heights, two people got hit and a parked car and a store got plowed after a reckless driver made a sharp turn while speeding.

In Classon Point, a man trying to hop on a city bus as it was turning attacked the driver’s window with a stick and spit on her.

In University Heights, two men on a motorcycle rode rolled up on the sidewalk by a 15-year-old boy and the passenger shot him in the leg in a drive-by.

In Soundview, a boa constrictor was hugging a light fixture in front of a house which was then removed by cops. Another boa constrictor is still on the loose.

Also in Soundview, a man attempted to drive his motorcycle through a barricade on a road by the Bruckner Highway as cops were setting it up wiped out on the pavement.

In Concourse Village, a man slashed the Bronx Borough President’s brother in his face during an dispute on the street.

In Highbridge at the 170th St. Station, a man got killed by a moving 4 train as he was walking on the tracks.

Also in Highbridge, an argument between a group of men on a street corner got disrupted quick by a gunman who shot up three men, hitting them each in the back, hip and butt.

Again in Highbridge, cops raided and busted a fentanyl/heroin/pills/crystal meth drug dealing and cockfighting operation inside a commercial building.

In Claremont Park, a dog running loose and barking loud caught the attention of a man who waved over cops on patrol to help out. The dog then led to a man found lying on the grass with a gunshot to his head. He was brought to a hospital and died there.

In Claremont Village, a man got murdered from getting slashed in the gut inside a crowded gambling den and was left for dead by his killer and dozens of people getting the fuck out of dodge. The speakeasy is frequented by cops, city workers, city folk and other menaces to society.

In Hunts Point, a 10-year-old girl was hit by a police car that was responding to an emergency call while she was crossing the street.

Also in Hunts Point, a man killed himself while driving as he ran a red light and a box truck collided into his car in an intersection.

In South Bronx, a woman forced her way into a man’s apartment and put him in a headlock and punched him multiple times and ran away with his cellphone.

Also in South Bronx, a woman stabbed a man to death inside an apartment building.

Again in South Bronx, a man was stabbed to death and lying on the sidewalk.

And again in South Bronx, a passenger ripped down a plastic sheet set up by a livery driver and stuck him up with a shiv and snatched $100 from him and ran out.

In Pelham Parkway, a man was bludgeoned to death and found lying on a street corner with a bag of $3000 in cash and cellphones inside.

In Pelham Bay, a man broke into a hardware store by throwing a brick through the window and robbed some cookware.

In Williamsbridge, a man speeding in his sportscar lost control and jumped a curve hitting a killing a man, then killed himself when he crashed into a wall causing his car to explode.

Also in Wakefield, two men jumped out of a car and shot at a crowd of people in the park during a graduation party hosted by a woman who got struck and killed by stray bullets. Two boys and a man also got hit from the fusillade as everyone ran for cover.

In Eastchester, a dead man with his legs bound was set on fire on the grass by a highway.

In Morrisania, a man was shot to death and his friend was shot and wounded around the corner from his house.

Also in Morrisania, a man mouthed off to a gang of thugs and one of them sliced his stomach opened and spilled his guts.

In Longwood at the Simpson St. Station, a man got shot at twice and hit on the arm on the platform.

In Crotona Park at the 174th St. Station, a man punched a 73-year-old woman in the face on the platform as she was waiting for the train.

Also in Crotona Park, a man got stabbed to death in his apartment.

Again in Crotona Park, two men beat down a man inside a liquor store following a confrontation on the sidewalk.

And again in Crotona Park, an off-duty cop got into a shootout with a man after he walked by his gang on the sidewalk.

A million dollar drug ring run by six men was busted by the feds inside an apartment. The product was a mix of heroin and fentanyl sold in single dose packets named after coronavirus and Kobe Bryant.

On the  Pelham Bridge, a man killed himself when he lost control while riding in his e-bike and fell off the sidewalk and went right under a vehicle in motion.

Queens

In Rockaway Beach, a man drowned in the water while swimming with his friends a day after Mayor de Blasio banned his constituents from swimming because he didn’t bother to have lifeguards trained and ready to save lives before the beaches officially opened and also banned playing sports on the sands as well (like say frisbee) while citing coronavirus to justify these restrictions.But surfing was exempted from the Blaz’s regulations even though it involves swimming when you have to paddle out to the waves and wipe out and it is also a sport. Which leaves the Rockaways clear for #SurferPrivilege domination.

Guardian Angel leader Curtis Sliwa saw this double standard and took the piss out of it by going for a swim in Coney Island. (Although he should have done it on Beach 90 st in Rockaway, that would have got an interesting reaction by both authorities and the surfers)

Also in Rockaway Beach, a woman committed suicide by drowning herself in the ocean.

Again in Rockaway Beach, a man shot a man death at point blank range as he was in the drivers seat of his car following shooting a man standing in front of a bodega.

In Edgemere, a man was shot to death by a park.

In Averne, a man was shot to death in front of an apartment building.

Also in Averne, a man took a gun he stashed on the wheel of a parked vehicle and then shot up a NYPD patrol SUV as cops were sitting inside of it.

In Far Rockaway, a man was shot to death on the street in broad daylight.

Also in Far Rockaway, a man was shot to death by a church courtyard by a rival gangbanger.

Again in Far Rockaway, cops rolled up to a shooting in progress as a man was firing at other people on the street and their patrol SUV got hit by a stray bullet. The cops caught up to the skel after he tried to ditch the weapon.

For some odd but mostly stupid reason, two NYPD Abrams style humvees rolled up on the street with militarized officers brandishing automatic rifles.

And again in Far Rockaway, a man mouthed off to cops and threw a bottle at them. Then 4 cops took him down and one of them placed a chokehold on him during the arrest, making the perp pass out. A cop had to pat his back to make him release the hold even thought the cuffs were already on him. It took four cops to collar one man and they still needed to put a submission hold on him. A hold that is now illegal.

In Long Island City, three men were arrested for breaking social distancing guidelines during a vigil for a slain rapper at the Queensbridge Houses. Yet again, there was a massive deployment of cops that weren’t utilized the same at constant blatant pandemic protocol violating by residents in parks in higher income areas.

Also in Long Island City, a building superintendent caught a private detective trespassing and demand I.D. from him. Then the man attacked him and choked him.

Again in Long Island City, two men held up a pharmacy by threatening a 74-year-old worker with a gun and then robbed some bottles of pills from over the counter.

In Jamaica, a man beat up his girlfriend then bashed a nailed wooden plank on her face a dozen times, leaving her permanently scarred and half-blind.

Also in Jamaica, two men got shot on a street corner while they were having a conversation with another man. One of them died later at the hospital.

Again in Jamaica, a doctor conspired with a man to write bogus prescriptions to get oxycondone to sell on the streets by using the names of his partner and two men serving time in prison.

And again in Jamaica, a man broke into a dentist office and stole a laptop and $400.

And again in Jamaica, two men got shot in front of a house at 4 in the morning and their shooter is still on the streets because they didn’t snitch.

And again in Jamaica, a man sneaked up behind a 61-year-old woman, snatched her purse and then threw her on the street when she resisted giving it up.

And again in Jamaica, two 19-year-old men got shot and killed from blasts to the head and stomach and another man got hit on the hip on the street during a drive by.

And again in Jamaica, a man sneaked into a house and snatched a wallet from a a homeless man who was crashing on the couch who woke up and caught him in the act. The man got into a tussle with the thief and extracted a knife in his hand and then admonished him by telling him the money in his wallet was all that he had left to his name. This made the thief remorseful and emotional as he revealed that this was his first robbery attempt which made the poor man sympathetic enough of his plight that he decided not to press charges even though the cops arrested him anyway. If this isn’t a sign of a new depression than nothing is.

And again in Jamaica, a pyromaniac who got caught setting off brush fires in four areas was found to have caused the death of a person and injuries to 9 other people from an arson of an apartment building he committed 14 years ago.

And again in Jamaica, a man and a woman committed suicide by jumping seven stories off a roof of an apartment building.

In Rosedale, an 18-year-old man was shot twice in the chest on a desolate street.

In Glendale and Ridgewood, a man broke into a pizzeria and stole a laptop and $200 then hit a Chinese restaurant and stole 33 bucks.

In South Richmond Hill, a man held up a bank by grabbing the manager and sticking a knife to his neck and demanding the teller to put the cash in an envelope he gave her. He then threatened to stab the manager again when the teller gave him a wisecrack, but he still made off with $2,300.

In Richmond Hill, a man was found dead with a broken neck inside a house.

Also in Richmond Hill, four men brutally beat down a man on a street corner just to rob him of his cellphone, debit card and 4 bucks causing him to fall in a coma and die two weeks later.

The shithead who robbed his victim’s property left his phone in a deli because he couldn’t access it and threw out his debit card because he didn’t have the pin. Leaving him with not enough money to buy a frappacino at Dunkin Donuts. Dick.

In Ozone Park, a man crashed his vehicle while driving under the influence of heroin, then died in a cell at the police station.

In South Ozone Park, a man got killed when he run down by a hit-and-run driver while he was walking in the street.

In Woodhaven, a man held up a bank with a note and made off with over $1,800.

Also in Woodhaven, a man got hit by a car while he was jaywalking and the driver kept going.

In Queens Village, a man stabbed his half-brother to death inside a burned up house they were squatting in.

Also in Queens Village, an off-duty cop threatened his wife with his gun during a domestic dispute.

Again in Queens Village, a man was found dead by firefighters while putting out a dumpster fire by a bank.

And again in Queens Village, a construction worker got killed at a developmet site when he got crushed by the forklift he was operating when it tipped over from the excess weight of the steel beams that were on it.

In Hollis, two men robbed $30,000 in cash and merchandise in a one month crime spree burglarizing businesses while they’ve been locked down since the pandemic hit NYC.

In Laurelton, a woman and her boyfriend abandoned her 6-year-old daughter on the street with only a plastic bag with her clothes. The child was saved by a woman who caught her running into the intersection. The monsters who dumped the girl on the street like garbage later told her father to pick up the “crying little bitch”

In South Jamaica, a man stabbed a worker for Popeye’s in the stomach when he wouldn’t give up his backpack.

In North Corona, a homeless man was killed by a man who bludgeoned his head with a concrete block on the porch of an abandoned house.

In Corona, a man slaughtered his wife and two sons to death with a knife inside their apartment.

Also in Corona, a man on a ebike collided with a 60 year-old man while he was crossing the street. The ebike rider wound up with a concussion.

In Woodside, a man picked open locks on a front door of an apartment building and stole a bike that was inside.

Also in Woodside, a man was found dead in a crawl space inside an apartment.

Again in Woodside, a man who crashed his car into an SUV ditched his ride and ran away as the driver of the vehicle he hit started chasing him. The man then jumped on the BQE and attempted to cross the other side but got hit and killed by an SUV.

In Jackson Heights, a man stabbed another man to death after he withdrew cash from an ATM machine.

In Astoria, a man and his girlfriend both got stabbed in the neck by a man they had an argument with inside a store. The man died later from his wound.

Also in Astoria, two men were shot at in a courtyard of the Astoria Houses.

In Flushing, a woman got killed in a crash on the Grand Central Parkway when her boyfriend lost control of his car while speeding and smashed into a guardrail.

Also in Flushing, a man was found dead in the back seat of an SUV that was covered in writing of graduation salutations.

In Kew Gardens Hills, cops responding to a lunatic waving a knife at someone on the street got into a collision with another vehicle causing them to crash into a entrance of a college. Both cops and the other driver were injured from the wreck.

In Kew Gardens, a man got killed by a box truck as he was crossing the street.

In St. Albans, a man killed himself when he crashed into a car in front of him while speeding on his motorcycle.

Also in St. Albans, an off-duty cop with prior DUI charges on her record went drinking and driving again as she crashed into a parked car.

Again in St. Albans, a man stabbed a man to death inside a house and stabbed another man profusely as he was fighting him off and trying to get away.

And again in St. Albans, two men were killed in a drive by shooting in their car while they were about to pick up their mother.

In Cambria Heights, a man speeding on the Cross Island Parkway lost control of his car then crashed into a tree and died.

In Howard Beach, six men were busted by cops during a warranted search for guns and other weaponry.

In Pomonok, a man shot at two men while driving in his SUV that he suspected of trying to rob homes in the neighborhood.

In Bayside, an impatient man muttered xenophobic slurs at a man in front of him while accusing him of spreading COVID-19, then attacked him while he was filming the altercation on his phone inside of a 7-11.

In College Point, a man was found dead face down on the floor of an apartment building lobby.

In Whitestone, cops responding to a 911 call led them to a house where a man was in the basement wielding a samurai sword. After the man relinquished his weapon, a commotion ensued and cops were having difficulty detaining him. So they shot him with their tasers causing him to go into cardiac arrest and then he died.

On Rikers Island, 100 inmates released from the prison to prevent infecting each other and employees and C.O.’s of coronavirus couldn’t keep their noses clean and returned there after still committing crimes.

Also on Rikers Island, two men tried to escape from prison as one got caught on the roof and the other trying to swim away in the water. The aquatic convict tried to escape again a few days later and was found on the roof of the prison. Still want to put neighborhood tower jails in the four boroughs Speaker Cojo?

Although it turns out that this convicts escape attempts are a protest against the still horrid conditions and environment at the prison regarding COVID-19 and the utter lack of prevention to stop the contagion plus the still prevalent inhumane maltreatment of the prisoners.

One man broke and robbed 21 small businesses in a 2 month crime spree.

Staten Island

In a woman shopping without a mask on in a supermarket was surrounded by a mob of workers forcing her out of the store while relentlessly heckling her.

In Mariners Harbor, a man shot another man and his pregnant girlfriend to death and wounded another woman inside their house while attempting to rob drugs.

Also in Mariners Harbor, two men held up a man at knifepoint on a street corner and robbed his cellphone and still slashed him on his hand.

Again in Mariners Harbor, a livery driver was attacked by four passengers as one of them slashed his hands. Then they kicked him out and stole his car.

In Stapleton, a woman was stabbed to death in her bedroom inside her house.

In Bloomfield, a man working at the Amazon fulfillment center got infected of coronavirus and died.

In Prince’s Bay, a man driving drunk and sans pants crashed his car into his mother’s house after speeding on the streets.

Also in Prince’s Bay, a man went nuts and vandalized a gratitude sign to doctors and nurses on a fence outside the hospital.

Again in Prince’s Bay, An unlicensed driver speeding on the street the wrong way crashed his car into an SUV, causing a pregnant woman in the front passengers seat to lose her baby in a miscarriage from the impact.

In Great Kills, a sanitation worker got arrested by cops after a warrant to search his home led to a discovery of a cache of guns and ammo plus fireworks, a flamethrower and other weapons.

In Meiers Corners, a man broke into a gas station and stole the cash register.

In New Brighton, two men broke into an apartment and robbed the resident at knifepoint.

In Bulls Head, a 79-year-old man got killed by an unlicensed driver in an intersection while riding his grandson’s bike going to get lemons at a store.

In New Dorp, two men jumped a man in the lobby of an apartment building and whacked him on his head and body with a metal cane then robbed his cellphone.

In South Shore, cops in pursuit of a car doing an illegal lane change got blitzed as the driver sped away as they were trying to pull him over. The driver then crashed into a city bus after running a red light and then he and his buddy got pinched trying to abandon the vehicle.

In Grasmere and Dongham Hills, three men burglarized three garages robbing a motorcycle, lawn furniture and an ATV.

In Port Richmond, a man was assaulted on the street with a crowbar.

In West Brighton, a driver lost control of his/her car and crashed into a fence while nearly hitting a woman on the street.

Also in West Brighton, a man got busted by a cop selling smokes laced with angel dust.

Again in West Brighton, a 13-year-old got shot on the street.

In New Brighton, a man slashed two women and one man with a knife inside an apartment building.

Also in New Brigthon, a man was shot at multiple times on the street.

In Castleton Corners, a man beat up another man inside a tea shop and then set the place on fire with his victim lying inside. The arson attempt injured 2 firefighters.

In Silver Lake, a man threatened to beat down a man with a bat during a bad drug deal, then he drove away in an SUV with the cops in pursuit and got nabbed trying to run away.

In South Beach, a man speeding on the street crashed into three other cars in an intersection and then into a utility pole causing it to fall down.

In Clifton, a man shot randomly into a crowd behind an apartment and hit a man in the face.

Also in Clifton, two men beat down and stabbed a man at his residence following a dispute.

In New Dorp, a man got caught shoplifting lady body wash at a chain pharmacy less than a week after he got caught shoplifting liquid detergent from another one.

In Eltingville, a man was busted by cops at his home possessing two automatic rifles and 3 guns without having a permit to hold them.

In Concord, a man drove up to a vehicle and shot the driver after they yelled at each other.

Auto thefts rose immensely in the first month of the city shutdown with most of the thieves coming from Queens and Brooklyn.

At the Staten Island University Hospital, a nurse stole a credit card from a man who died from coronavirus and used it for personal purchases.

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The George Floyd Protests

Cops clashed with the protesters immediately at the start of the demonstration at Union Square as 200 people tried to march forward and cops randomly arrested attacked anyone after people in the crowd threw bottles, bricks, a garbage can and one attempted to steal a taser.The protest moved downtown and the clashes resumed. Over 70 protesters were arrested.

At Barclays Center in Brooklyn, the demonstrations against systemic police brutality reached critical mass as thousands of people assembled by the arena right in the face of the NYPD standing in battle formation, there to supervise and maintain law and order. Which they violated immediately with their robotic misinformed warnings accusing people of illegal assembly and followed with charging the crowds with naked aggression.

When the NYPD tried to move all who were detained to the precinct stations, a bus driver refused to assist them in solidarity with the movement stemming from an order from his transit union.

With the marchers heading towards Flatbush, a cop accompanied by a lieutenant badgered a young woman in front of him to move and smacked the phone out of her hand. When she walked past him again, the cop viciously pushed her to the ground close to the curb where she could have cracked her skull.

More clashes continued in Manhattan and Brooklyn as the demonstration arrived at Foley Square. Protesters amassed in thousands taking over the road on West Side Highway in Manhattan and marched in Staten Island where Eric Garner was tortured and killed by a cop on the street 6 years earlier in July. NYPD mass mobilization and aggression against the protesters by Barclays Center fueled the continuing chaos on the streets as cops sprayed chemicals on protesters which included two State Assembly Officials marching in solidarity with them. Protesters volleyed back projectiles at the NYPD miltia, hitting a cop in the face with a brick. Over in Brooklyn, demonstrations split up into divisions in different towns as tensions continued to get heated between the NYPD and the protesters as cops administered pepper spray throughout the crowd while a cop walked up to a man, pulled down his mask and sprayed mace in his mouth.

As the people continued to protest peacefully on the streets, the NYPD continued to disrupt their demonstration with naked aggression by shoving people and hitting them with clubs and even resorting to weaponizing their patrol cars to disperse the crowd, remarkably deploying two SUV’s down a street as people were marching, culminating in a standoff as people threw traffic cones and garbage at one while the backup SUV patrol car barreled through a group of people in on the road and then first one hit the gas and pushed a group down holding a barricade up as they tried to protect other protesters.

Although saboteurs continued to mingle among the masses of demonstrators. At one point, protesters amassed in front of a Target department store to prevent people from looting it and one of the demonstrators noted that they were undercover cops involved in inciting the chaos. A woman from upstate New York got caught trying to ignite a van with a molotov cocktail with four cops inside but failed.

As darkness fell on the evening following the protests and the NYPD battalions went home, the first night of looting of upscale brand stores spread out across lower Manhattan while rioting and destruction commenced in Brooklyn as patrol cars were vandalized and burned including a police van that was set ablaze by a molitov cocktail thrown from a van by a woman as her boyfriend drove, both of them lawyers currently unemployed. The man holds a chair on a community board in East New York. 33 cops got injured as well as hundreds of protesters who got arrested during the melees. At the end of the day, Mayor de Blasio praised the NYPD for “acting appropriately”

After that statement the following day de Blasio’s and Shea’s NYPD did some positive optics and afterwards got more hyper-assertive and reckless as they obstructed streets in Flatbush to cluster protesters and sent patrol helicopters to fly low to produce wind to throw them off balance and wailed on protesters around the Barclays arena later in the evening, even a reporter. A march in Harlem went awry when some people protesting threw blunt objects at a patrol van that was still occupied by a cop. He got help from other protesters who protected him from the people looking to foment unrest.

A clash in Union Square nearly got fatal as cops smacked protesters with batons and a man hit a lieutenant officer from behind with a brick, compelling a cop to draw his gun on the crowds which clear the street instantly. The saboteur looters continued to follow up the peaceful protests in Manhattan as they tore into the Macy’s flagship store and broke into and robbed more high end brand stores and chain pharmacies as they trailed marches down Broadway from Midtown to Soho, the latter area where the most organized plundering and destruction took place. In Greenwich Village, a cop got hit by an SUV full of crooks as they were making a getaway from a store they robbed. Although there were arrests, there were no sights of a mass formation of cops lined up on the streets like they were deployed against the protesters.

A few days after de Blasio praised his police force for their “appropriate” response to the protests and his mind blowing defense of his police departments weaponization of SUVs to use as cowcatchers to move protesters off the streets, news spread that his daughter Chiara got arrested while she was participating in the protests that involved throwing debris at his NYPD. Then the SBA police union released Chiara’s mugshot, and the Blaz kicked off his morning COVID19 update “media availability” by demanding his constituents to stay home and not exercise their rights to speak out and assemble in public so they don’t contract the novel virus. Even though de Blasio’s NYPD didn’t even enforce the pandemic protocols when rich young White people were congregating in parks in high area median income areas.

Concerned about the clashes and violence on the streets from the cops and protesters and the wanton looting from thieves exploiting the movement for materialistic reason and following a planned riot at the Queens Center Mall in Rego Park that got thwarted by the NYPD, Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio announced an 11 p.m curfew and doubled the amount of cops deployed for the demonstrations and opportunity crimes to 8000. Hours later, President Trump mentioned in his talks with state governors that their police forces have to show dominance over the protesters.

Despite Trump’s vile comment, thousands still came out in droves and marched in peace and despite the curfew announcement it wrought the worst destruction and chaos of the citywide unrest so far as the looting and violence spread out in three boroughs even after the clock struck 11 as cops received the brunt of the beatings even with more of them on the street.

In Manhattan, looters tailing protesters down Broadway from Midtown on down the Flatiron District to Union Square tore up the wood panels, bashed windows and pillaged high end stores and chain pharmacies with ease, stealing upscale brand merchandise, jewelry, lux skateboard culture wear and even cough syrup and laxatives.  Small businesses like craft beer stores and smoke shops were not spared by the opportunistic thieves.

Protesters witnessing the bedlam behind them tried to stop them to no avail as they noticed how organized the criminals methods were, which was glaringly apparent at the second night of the pillaging of uber upper class Soho. As luxury SUV’s rolled up on the cobblestone streets followed by street urchins on foot and riding on app-share Citibikes and Revel scooters as they all made off with millions of dollars of merchandise without a single cop in sight. Most of the smash and grab heists went smooth except when one person got shot during the festival like plundering mayhem. Ubers and Lyfts were also utilized by the thieves which led de Blasio to order their app services shut down as well.

Riots also spilled over into the Fordham section in the Bronx. One cop got jumped by three men and barely got up as they fled. As a cop stepped out of his patrol car for only a second when a hit and run driver plowed into him with enough force to knock him 20 feet ahead into a street intersection.

Stunningly, people were rapidly wrecking shops, robbing merchandise from small businesses forced to closed because they weren’t essential to be open during the pandemic and setting fires all over the streets as cops deployed to stop the mayhem stood fast and let the rioting continue and let the Bronx burn again. This horror show was a total contrast to battalion of cops made to supervise and intimidate the protests calling for the end of systemic abuse of authority and race based brutality enabled by police precincts in the United States. Because said battalion remained squarely on the protesters.

The last 5 days saw over 1700 people arrested. As for the looters, 100 of them got arraigned and were instantaneously released because of the failed bail reform policy. While the protesters languished for 24 hours inside dirty cells without water or PPE’s as cops were guarding and monitoring them without wearing masks.

The next day Mayor de Blasio decided to ground the city for a week and advanced the curfew to 8 p.m. ending on Sunday which happened to be the day before the five boroughs were deemed safe to reopen in the “New Normal” under the existential threat of the pandemic as he lectured his constituents exercising their first amendment rights as if they were his daughter. Which did not deter the masses one bit. Thousands of protesters organized to use the first night of the early curfew to march to Gracie Mansion as they amassed on East End ave with chanting and silent vigils (in congruence with the last minutes and seconds of George Floyd’s life) as de Blasio’s NYPD surrounded his house and eight other blocks of the Upper East Side, blanketing it like a fort for the thin-skinned mayor.

With protesters still on the streets hours after curfew heading downtown, a NYPD battalion guarded the Manhattan Bridge as a critical mass of protesters were walking on it and got kettled by cops coming from both sides, leaving them clustered and trapped stories above the East River.

 

While uptown in Manhattan hundreds of cops were chasing demonstrators on the streets. Although the cops locked down Soho after the organized looting of the area, other thievery went on in some other areas of the city with less police presence. de Blasio tried to use this progress as an opportunity to push his narrative of denial but was cockblocked by a video of a bunch of looters dancing over the damages they left behind and then gave effusive (or is it elusive?) praise of the cops restraint again on the bridge while another police militia was beating up protesters on the west side downtown the minute the clock struck 8.

The NYPD was chasing and beating the shit out of anyone who was outside and that included the press. A reporter from Huffington Post was so livid about the violence and oppression dispensed by the cops of which he was a recipient of that he dropped all impartiality and wrote a scathing diatribe of his experience which landed him in jail. Riot cops surrounded and blatantly oppressed two reporters from the Associated Press from covering the dispersing and the physical abuse of the demonstrators, yelling at them to go home while making it difficult for one of them to get back in his car.

Taking inspiration from Donald Trump to enforce domination on the people they serve and protect, cops ambushed a bunch of protesters riding their bikes and assaulted them with billy clubs, ripped off their bikes from their hands and ganged up on professional nurses trying to help the people they brutalized on 3rd Ave. in Midtown; a block away from a NYPD precinct on 51st as they were obviously trying to “go home”.

The NYPD militia in Brooklyn blocked the Manhattan Bridge from protestors looking to go back home to the city and then charged at them as they retreated down Candam Plaza by swinging their clubs and yelling exhortations to go home as if they were sentinels. The cops then trapped them on the street using their patrol cars and unmarked cars and proceeded to violently arrest as many protesters that they could grab.

As protesters were leaving after another day of demonstrating at the Mayor’s house, the NYPD sentinels stalked them and attacked, chasing them on the street and arresting over 60 people on orders from Chief Monihan.

In Whitestone, a group of protesters hanging signs honoring Black Lives Matter and George Floyd on a street overpass were confronted by two men who were offended by their solidarity against police brutality. After one man tore down one of their signs the day before, they were badgered then attacked by a psychopath who tried to run them over with his car then ran out and chased them with a large four blade contraption attached to his arm and chase them with it while accusing them of throwing stuff at his car.

Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio continued their obtuse insouciance with tone deaf statements/endorsements of the NYPD’s barbarity enforcing the stupid curfew. Even though they could easily find out about the violence by going on social media or asking a reporter.

New York City’s police states war with the people started off with a bang with a protest in Brooklyn as Mayor de Blasio finally got to address and face his constituency after avoiding them since the protests started a week ago. (And arriving 20 minutes late with his wife as is wont of Mayor Big Slow)

Naturally, the crowd booed and cursed him out and turned their backs to him as he spoke for about five minutes as he skulked away with his wife that he’s trying to promote for the Brooklyn Borough President role. The pissant Mayor got all huffy after that during his media availability he got paternal and gave a stern warning (whining) to his aggrieved constituents to stop protesting on the streets as if they were his daughter, but mostly because he can’t defend the hyper-repressive actions of the blue wall of ultraviolence.

After an entire afternoon of peaceful marches populated by thousands, the clashes resumed in the town of Mott Haven in the Bronx as riot cops and silly looking body armored cops on bicycles preemptively kettled protesters assembled on the street many minutes before the clock struck eight and then proceeded to strike at them when the curfew was on. A Gothamist reporter unequivocally described the police escalation as a deliberate trap.

Under the command of Chief Monihan, the guy who feigned solidarity at a park by kneeling with other activists, the police continued to cluster the crowd as if there wasn’t still a novel virus pandemic around then actually had a massive horn go off when the clock struck 8 which instantly triggered the NYPD militia into attack mode. While every cop illegally covered their badge numbers with black tape to avoid identification during their organized brutalizing (basing it on their exploitation of fellow cops who died of COVID19 as a memorial), they clubbed and dragged to the ground anyone in their sights, saving most of their brutality for organizers and legal observers and collaring indiscriminately anyone they were able to grab including photographers, medics helping the injured, bystanders not moving fast enough to “go home” and people not even protesting and actually trying to get home from work.

According to Commissioner Shea, this premeditated and coordinated attack on free assembly was based on a gun possession arrest and two people detained carrying weapons of disruption in backpacks that weren’t even close to were the demonstration took place without incident in the afternoon.

A total of 250 citizens were arrested and locked up and cramped in cells together without PPE’s and were forbidden to be visited by their lawyers. While Governor Cuomo finally overcame his obliviousness after seeing a 75-year-old man get pushed to ground by cops in Buffalo, de Blasio maintained his insouciance by blowing off Offenhartz’s account of the rioting cops by saying he had eyes over there who saw a different “reality”. Although it turned out that some of those eyes were city hall aides that also got kettled by the police and somehow de Blasio’s own lying eyes didn’t acknowledge their accounts.

In the Upper West Side in Manhattan, deBlasio’s NYPD’s random and obligatory violence and arrests of protesters violating curfew continued even though it was still light out as if they were making a collective statement themselves, as they dragged a man out of his building and stopped and detained a livid and confused app-food delivery guy, accusing him of not working (he was).

The NYPD’s new and unconstitutional tactics to dominating the public extended to Crown Heights as a bunch of residents were having an bbq party outside their building when dozens of cops in riot gear rolled up and ordered them to get inside their homes because they were technically breaking curfew. Despite everyone complying or trying to comply, the cops unleashed extreme aggression and pushed them back into their building and started rumbling with them inside the vestibule and the hallways. Taking the curfew enforcement to purely paternalistic, fascistic and even idiotic new levels.

While this idiot was trying to break into people’s apartments and close their door while he was still inside, the other cops commenced swinging their billy clubs and cuffing people as backup riot cops stood in a hallway exhibiting a dystopian presence but mostly to prevent other residents to witness how the cops are conducting their arrests of their neighbors.

On Friday, the NYPD continued their attempts to dominate the streets throughout the day during various demonstrations but were held back by elected officials showing up to witness the confrontations and keep the peace. But later in Crown Heights, cops stalked, chased and assaulted demonstrators as they were going home.

The people still came out in droves to protest again on Saturday and de Blasio’s NYPD stood pat and yielded the streets to them. Naturally, no violence occurred except when one psychopath weaponized his car and jumped the curb nearly hitting a bunch of people but clipping a person on a bicycle.

de Blasio then decided to end the curfew that night. Over 2000 people were arrested, nearly hundreds of cops injured and dozens of vehicles destroyed, tens of millions of dollars of merchandise stolen and property damaged in the week of that policy failure. While cops were busy oppressing the public from demonstrating in solidarity and the free press from reporting their arbitrary enforcement of the curfew during the biggest week of unrest in NYC in this century as murders, auto thefts, shootings and burglaries went up and has continued their rapid upward trajectories in the aftermath.

And now you can add illegal fireworks to this list, as explosions in the sky and on the ground have been going off from sundown to sunset for two weeks as thousands and thousands of 311 and 911 calls were made by citizens demanding action from the police and receiving bupkis while patrol cars roll by as mats of firecrackers, m80s and mortars get ignited by anarchic revelers.

And this summer has only just begun. Plus we are still under siege of COVID19 as the streets are still amply deserted and stores are still boarded up. Although the existential threat of a novel virus that’s still infecting dozens of people daily in America did not the deter rich predominantly white hipsters and millenials from returning to their favorite bars a week after the curfew ended, as they opportunistically imbibed their open containers of booze and obstructed sidewalks with impunity in high median income areas like in the East Village with careless blissful oblivion.

When it was only a month ago that de Blasio’s NYPD was exposed for segregating their pandemic protocols by only excessively enforcing it in predominantly Black and Brown lower median income earning areas mostly in the North Bronx and South and East Brooklyn.

Heat map of the five boroughs broken down by precinct that shows areas where summons have been issued. The more summonses issued, the darker the color. Brooklyn and the Bronx have had the most summonses. The 69th precinct in Canarsie had the most.

When questioned about the rash of viral video footage of the cops violent enforcing of the guidelines and the focused targeting of few districts, de Blasio obstinately responded that the NYPD used proper restraint. A statement he would make only three weeks later after seeing the NYPD’s heinous decision to deploy two marked SUV’s to run over protesters in an deadly attempt to disperse them.

While the protests continue peacefully, the citizenry and the cops still remain on edge and at loggerheads. While laws are being enacted to finally clampdown on systematic police abuse (though incrementally), there’s still people on the streets  still yelling “fuck the police” and for their extinction.

Truly historic but dystopian times happening now in New York City…

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Mayor de Blasio Makes Unprecedented N.Y.C. History By Firing His Department Of Investigation Chief Mark Peters

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The mayor waited a while since the release of a draft letter crafted by his (technically ours) city attorneys calling for the removal of Department of Investigations head honcho Mark Peters but they finally got it. He did not even strategically wait until this holiday weekend to do it too.

But de Blasio did strategize and machinate for about a year to sack him in order to selfishly avoid the bad optics and pathetically evade suspicions for firing the historically independent top investigator of department bureaucracies. Which under this corrupt and stupid mayor have all become shambling shitshows.

These two one-time allies for liberal causes and accountability have took quite the 180 degree turn since Peters was financing de Blasio’s 2013 campaign which the mayor thanked his friend with an immediate patronage hire for the D.O.I. position. But something wicked happened in the first couple of years, de Blasio spent the majority of his mayoralty distracted with boosting his national profile, forming and running a shady PAC fundraiser in city hall, and spending time and money in burgeoning court hearings involving that illicit fundraising while Peters actually and dutifully concentrated on doing his job and noticed a tons of malfeasance and corruption going on in almost every city office, the standouts being the Administration of Childrens Services, NYCHA, Department of Education, Department of Homeless Services, Department of Buildings and even the NYPD.

Reading Mark Peters letter to City Council, the impression it gives is that de Blasio had been hoping that Peters would let all of his political discrepancies and repulsive influence peddling and pandering slide. It also shows Peters as a man who saw all this endemic crooked behavior effecting city policies and services and was probably driven nuts by the efforts by de Blasio’s minions as they undermined him whether by collusion as what led to his ouster by firing an aide over an authority and agency shakeup at the BOE; or by intimidation as Peters cites one meeting with a top brass cop flashing his piece; or by petty tribal insults as his former colleague Deputy Anthony Shorris derided Peters as an asshole and not a “real friend”.

You gotta wonder what a toll this took on Peters psyche, seeing a guy he raised money for and believed in him turn into a colossal two faced back stabbing prick as he filled his cabinet with like-minded soulless amoral sycophants and opportunists.

Well, de Blasio no longer has to worry about his former friend that he threw under the bus since he got elected and will now insert a person that will be expected to give a veneer of independence and transparency while giving fealty to Bill the whole time, so his honest grafting in City Hall will continue unabated. That way he will be able to waltz around town on occasion, jab an accusatory finger at reporters and escape from New York time to time to promote his progressive activist charades.

But it’s not all bad, despite this brief respite from the facts that incriminated Mayor de Faustio, he still has to deal with the citizens despite his concerted effort to hide from them too. Because a few months ago while Bill de Bastard was dithering like a coward to fire Peters so the optics wouldn’t look horrible (even though it still does), there was a homeless 72-year-old woman named Nathylin Flowers Adesegun that wanted to do some intrepid sleuthing of her own:

Knowing that the snowflake mayor stops at the Park Slope Y during his entire morning ritual every fucking day commuting to Park Row, Ms. Flowers Adesegun, along with housing activist group VOCAL-NY, walked up to where he was “doing yoga” sitting on the floor holding his Blackberry and kindly asked him how come there wasn’t a sufficient amount of “affordable housing” for the homeless and he told her that “he wasn’t doing this right now because he was “working out” and scurried away from her with his NYPD security guards.

Now what Nathylin exposed here wasn’t only what an reprehensible elitist scumbag and shameless liar who betrayed poor and vulnerable people like her is. It’s what she and VOCAL caught de Faustio doing, and that’s this man’s daily tax dollar profligate wasting workout routine is a ruse.

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Really, who does yoga in cargo shorts. Who does it while wearing running shoes, although they came in handy here to briskly walk away from a elderly woman demanding answers.

And for a physical workout that takes concentration and inner peace like yoga, he berate sNathylin for disrupting it with her distracting and inconvenient question. The big stinky shitty but is why the fuck is he holding and using his Blackberry during his “workout?”? Obviously, he is bothered and can’t won’t have a discussion with one of the 63,000 plus homeless people of your city but he can talk and text on his blackberry during it. He was actually texting while she was talking to him too.

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Knowing the character of our Mayor here, he is still conducting government business on the sly like he did with those non-elected “agents of the city” meetings with lobbyists that worked on his 2013 campaign in City Hall in his first two years. Hell, he could still be calling them to this day. That Blackberry needs to be FOIA‘ed immediately.

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Of course this is just a amateur theory. But it still warrants an investigation. Which unfortunately, the guy that seriously devoted his energy to expose and expunge graft and the embedded kakistrocacy and cronyism in our city gov’t departments was expunged himself by his fellow Park Slope compadre.

But it wasn’t in vain, for if it wasn’t for the intrepid work of Peters we all wouldn’t be cognizant of the Rivington House deed flip, the slack responses that led to child deaths by the ACS, the criminal obfuscations at NYCHA by the executives in charge and the amoral workers covering up the dilapidation as well as their asses, and the peculiar happenings going on in the NYPD involving the shakeups at the Special Victims Unit divisions, which may be why rape has been redefined into two genres (stranger and acquaintance rape) and blaming the 25 % rise of rapes this year on the #meToo movement.

We hardly knew ya Mark. But that will surely change pretty goddamn soon. Even the NY Post and Daily News have been solid and blunt covering #MayordeFaustio. For that teflon covering on that bag of dicks is starting to crack.

And rest assured that Ms. Flowers will not be the only one holding Mayor de Faustio accountable for his brazen lies, there will be many other citizens too.

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