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It was both inevitable and foreseeable when Mayor de Blasio signed into law July 15 a package of police-reform bills that included criminalizing attempts by cops to get suspects under control that …

Throwing Out the Babies Becomes Literal Again

Thirty years ago, I spent the last Friday night in July outside a funeral home in East New York where Mayor David Dinkins was paying his respects to the family of a 9-year-old girl who was shot to …

Weak-Knees Willie

There was a sense of disbelief in the voice of a veteran TV reporter when he asked Mayor de Blasio during his daily briefing July 16 why he had yet to say anything about the vicious attacks by a …

Mockery of Man's Death Tests Fire Dept. Again

Twenty-two years ago, two Firefighters, along with a Police Officer, were fired for the unofficial crime of Being a Moron in Public based on their presence, in blackface, in a spoof that was part of …

Looking at State Attorney General Letitia James's recommendations on how to cure what ails the NYPD, the impression was that she had been sequestered from events that took place in both city and …

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