The New Normal In NYC: 11 People Shot In Under 12 Hours

Retiring detective warns the “demise” of NYC is coming if police continue to be stripped of resources.

By Steve Watson – 6/29/2020

As police warn that the disbanding of vital units will lead to anarchy in New York City, a total of eleven people were shot in the space of under 12 hours on Saturday night.

According to a report by The New York Post, there were eight separate shooting incidents between the hours of 5.30 pm to 5am in Brooklyn, The Bronx, Queens and Manhattan.

Within one week there have now been 59 shootings in New York, with a total of 81 people shot.

Gun violence is up 358% in New York City since June 2019, with The New York Times reporting Tuesday that “It has been nearly a quarter century since New York City experienced as much gun violence in the month of June as it has seen this year.”

The explosion in gun violence dovetails with the disbanding of NYPD anti-crime units, a decision that means around 600 plainclothes officers will be taken off targeted raids and reassigned.

A retiring NYPD detective, speaking anonymously with the NY Post,  recently warned that the move will “be the demise” of New York City.

“Anti-crime guys are the guys are the guys who the real bad guys are looking out for. Anti-crime guys are going to drive around in not just unmarked cars. They’ll come around in other cars, rentals that the city gets that you wouldn’t think are police cars.” the detective noted.

“When you’re a really bad guy, and I’m talking about really bad guys, who won’t think twice about taking another life. When they step out of the car, those were the cops who they are afraid of,” he urged.

The detective blasted Mayor Bill de Blasio, saying that he has “absolutely no idea what policing is,” after he caved to the woke mob and embraced the “Defund the Police” movement.

 

Knockout Game: 92-Year-Old Woman Assaulted in Broad Daylight in Manhattan

Don’t expect much media coverage of this.

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A shocking video out of Manhattan shows an elderly woman using a stroller being knocked to the ground by a black man in an unprovoked attack, an incident that is unlikely to garner much media attention.

The incident occurred last week in the middle of the afternoon on 3rd Avenue between 15th Street & 16th Street.

The clip shows the elderly lady walking on the street as a young man of African-American appearance walks in the opposite direction.

He casually reaches out his fist and appears to punch her in the face before she falls to the ground before striking her head on a fire hydrant.

The NYPD is asking for any information that could lead to the culprit’s arrest at 800-577-TIPS.

The footage bears similarities to ‘the knockout game’ – which primarily consisted of black people randomly assaulting whites for social media clout and the sheer hell of it.

Despite innumerable examples, the media has consistently claimed that the knockout game is a figment of people’s imaginations.

With numerous cities still experiencing violent protests in response to the media narrative that racially-motivated violence against black people is worse than ever, this video once again illustrates how the opposite is the case.

Figures show that black-on-white violence is significantly more prevalent despite African-Americans making up only 13 per cent of the U.S. population.

 

NY Attorney General Letitia James Threatens to Sue Trump Over Possible Military Deployment to Save Looted and Destroyed New York City

By Jim Hoft – 6/2/2020

Police officers in New York City were beaten and run over by a car in three separate attacks on Monday night.
The attacks were all caught on video.

Looting and rioting in Manhattan was described by a reporter as “complete anarchy”. One police officer was seen lying injured on the sidewalk.

“Hard to describe how rampant the looting was tonight in Midtown Manhattan and how lawless it was. Complete anarchy. Literally hundreds of stores up and down Broadway, Fifth Ave, Sixth Ave. Kids ruling the streets like it was a party.”

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All of this violence and looting moved the New York State Attorney General to act — Against President Trump.
AG Latitia James announced before she took office that she would go after President Trump.

On Monday Letitia James said she will go to court to prevent President Trump from taking action to save New York City from looters and thugs.

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Letitia is a perfect fit for New York State.

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Store owners boarding up buildings across Manhattan

by Luke Funk – 4/4/2020

A growing scene for those who venture out into the streets of Manhattan these days is boarded up storefronts.  From luxury retailers to small bars, establishments that have no idea when they are going to be allowed to reopen are putting up protection over their glass doors and windows.

The businesses have taken the unsightly measure in an effort to defend against the potential for civil unrest caused by the coronavirus and a lack of officers on the streets.

Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered bars and restaurants closed except for takeout service in mid-March.  Most stores were also ordered to shut down.

Now, from Lower Manhattan to the Upper East Side, outlets are boarded up.  At least a few have offered makeshift messages of hope.

Posted on a pub at 28th and Park the message “let us go forward together” is painted on some of the plywood.  Another message is painted next to it saying, “if you’re going through hell keep going.”

Typically bustling Soho sidewalks are marred by boarded-up windows at designer brand stores, including Louis Vuitton, Dior, Coach, and Dolce & Gabbana.

The NYPD has reported that crime in the city has actually dropped since the coronavirus outbreak has limited people on the streets.

As the number of NYPD officers are added to the sick list or test positive to coronavirus, there are questions on the ability to effectively fight crime.

On Thursday, 6,498 uniformed members of the NYPD were on the sick report which accounts for 18% of the Department’s uniformed workforce.  1,354 uniformed members and 169 civilian members have tested positive for the coronavirus.

In New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the Empire State will do “whatever we have to do” in response to a growing number of city police officers who have called out sick.

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