Sep 2, 2020
6-train attempted rape
The giggly, hookah-smoking passenger followed the 25-yr-old woman when she got off the 6-train and made a "masturbation motion towards her," according to NYPD Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison.
She moved off in another direction to avoid him, but he knocked her down and tried to pry apart her legs while a shocked crowd gathered, with one exemplary individual taking video which did help lead cops to the suspect, 31-yr-old Jose Reyes.
- a female judge punched in the face by guy on a Citi Bike while she walking to work
- NYPD today released a 48-page draft of its "disciplinary matrix," a standardized set of punishments for officers for offenses like "Hate Speech" (punishment: termination) and "Discourtesy" (punishment: 3 penalty days). As Pat Dixon, host of Crime Report LIVE on Compound Media, points out:
"Terms like 'hate speech' and 'discourtesy' can be easily expanded and contracted literally by virtue of the race of the person speaking, and that alone. So even with this new "matrix" of rules and punishments, the city's expectations of officers are anything but standardized.
"2020 brought New York
the new bail reforms which guarantee more violent criminals will be
on the street; the lockdown of citizens and release of thousands
from jail over COVID concerns; violent and costly anti-NYPD riots
this summer; the dismantling of the department's vaunted, 600-man
anti-crime unit and the city council's ill-considered passage of a
new set of restrictions on how police officers can handle suspects,
which in some cases, would include automatic jail time for officers
who are simply doing the job as they were trained (and not so long
ago, mind you.).
"This raft of new disciplinary guidelines for the nation's largest police force adds insult to injury, in an year that's already been far too insulting and plenty injurious for NYPD."
plus - a homeless man breaks bottles over his head in a Manhattan grocery store.
Guest: Vilan Trub
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