NYPD committed Crimes in my Case and how many other cases?

2016 Corp Counsel lies in court and I front of a sign about the judge that says in G-d We Trust that the NYPD investigated when the truth is the NYPD detectives refused to meet me NYPD Det Vergona verbally violently threatened me with false arrest over the phone they lied and police reports they committed crimes, I have audio of Sgt Chen refusing to meet me and have refusing to meet me and have me turned away when I try to report my attackers falls cross complaint, I have audio up and I have audio of internal affairs Sergeant Mary O'Donnell refusing evidence including medical and email proving Ron Kuby's letter is not what I agreed to. protect people to threaten me they fabricated and then they rushed to seal my attackers crimes with their crimes


The lawyers for the city of New York lied and said the NYPD acted within their scope they lied and said there was an investigation they protected crimes a pile up of crimes from the doctors office to the police.

The NYPD fabricated a mutual assault along with my attacker and Ron Kuby protected me from even more possible NYPD crimes, violence and lies but his letter is not what agreed to. My atta jer's letter has a Joe Tacopina tone she signed it and her letter to her NYPD fixer OPENLY THREATENS me the victim yet again. I believe Joe Tacopina used a fake sock puppet account on YouTube and openly threaten me this Sunday night after I was attacked at dinner time calling me confronted of cunt threatening to bury and destroy me and see the tables turned on me if I took any action and my tackers letter again wants me not to come forward and take action or she will turn the tables on me yet again she will file a second false cross-complaint which would have to be 2nd degree. The NYPD did a bait and switch taking second-degree assault and then a single force cross complaint line to the place during an open investigation and made it into a mutual salt when there was none they downgraded it to no crime using coercion lying and police reports and fabricating polive reports NYPD joined in threats and protected threats and acted on the threats I allege Joe Tacopina is guilty of. If it was Joe and associates they should be disbarred interested as well.

Suzannah B. Troy (@suzannahbtroy)
.@NYPDChiefofDept DD5 Det John Vergona liedinDD5s suzannahbtroy.blogspot.com/2016/04/photos… corrupt NYPD corp Counsel use RonKuby letter tocover #NYPD crimes
Ray Kelly's Appellate Lawyer in front of 3 Judges Aug 21, 2015 admits understandable I feel aggrieved put my constitutional rights were in violated when in fact they were! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dh9TedhfthE&sns=em
Please help go viral to shame MD, my attacker, NYPD, IAB, Cy Vance and ADAs involved thank you.



There were a pile up of crimes from the doctors office to the police department I have police reports where they live I have audios and video evidence.
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Corp Counsel tells Judge Lt Agnes of the Integrity Bureau I sued in Federal Court, Appellate court's real name is actually NYPD Lt. Michael J. Agnese. FYI these corrupt NYPD officers hid their identities from me like Klu klux clan members -- I still do not know Sgt Chen's first name or badge number along with the Detectives and partners involved in lying including in police reports along with corrupt Internal Affairs and I tried to report their wrong doing to Cy Vance the dirtiest DA in the short amount of time and again his staff protected NYPD wrong doing like in the case of NBA star Thabo Sefolosha, Joe Jazz Hayden, countless Occupy Wall Street false arrested, even Cy Vance's wire tapping detective caught breaking the law but Cy Vance hasn't answered did the corrupt NYPD det do illegal wire tapping for him or anyone else?

Oct. when 1 Police Plaza refuses service on Det John Vergona I find him on FACEBOOK and his friends are 01 Det Tommy Moran community affairs and his partner PO Eugene Schatz as well as coward corrupt Det Andy Dwyer who hid his identity as Vergona and Dwyer and their partners conspired to retaliate against me and this was a few months after I left a VM for Tommy Moran that Eugene Schatz is a BAD COP. Next morning I got a Gay Bashing email (my guess Michael Rawson of Mercer Hotel infamy who insisted Eric a Korean War vet be ticketed but ignore Hotel using the loading Hotel using the loading and unloading zone as private parking with valet service -- telling me I am BAD, A Bad PERSON, A BAD Artist responding to the VM I left Tommy Moran at 01 Precinct on Community Affairs VM. Also embarrassed Internal Affairs who later became party to a pile up a crimes Dr Andrew Fagelman's including second-degree assault menacing a false cross-complaint lying to the place during an open investigation in my tack it was not the only person from the doctors office to lie to the police training open investigation. The NYPD also lied and police reports the Facebook friends were party to coercion John Vergona violently threaten me over the phone and we're not meet me except a false arrest me and lied about me being unavailable but the truth was he refused to meet me he was never going to meet me and he was confident supervisors word and did protect him when he committed crimes openly they rushed to seal their crimes with my attackers crimes including threatening my attacker Delita Hooks openly threatening me.

Ask Michael Rawson of The Mercer Hotel if you sock puppet accounts to contact me as well as try to remove youtubes of my protest. Ask him and dr Andrew Fagelman who are/were their "hooks" at the First Precinct. I left a vm for Tommy Moran community affairs and the next morning I got an abusive email from a coward using an anonymous email account - was it Rawson? Whom ever it was was or is a friend of Schatz and Moran.


The top brass of NYPD Internal Affairs Kelly Campisi Bratton Reznick Pulaski Boyce decided they would use Ron Kuby's letter shorthand for my clients being coerced to cover up a pile up of crimes including NYPD Internal Affairs crimes I would give up and shut up as one of the sock puppet accounts of an NYPD officer instructed me after I filed an appellate court. The NYPD Internal Affairs protected every verbally violent threat including by Detective John Vergona.

I allege DI Ed Winski also knew about the goal to retaliate against me and all supervisors involved looking at this case including Internal Affairs had one goal to fix it aka retaliation. TOMMY MORAN, EUGENE SCHATZ AND ANDY DWYER AND JOHN VERGONA AND I AM GUESSING VERGONA'S PARTNER AND DWYER'S PARTNER ALSO FACEBOOK FRIENDS. THANKS TO 1PP REJECTING SEVICE ON VERGONA A COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO NOW IN NOV 2015 IT ALL COMES TOGETHER THE EMAIL ON BEHALF OF EUGENE SCHATZ DIRECTLY RESPONDING TO VM I LEFT TOMMY MORAN AND THEY ARE ALL FACEBOOK FRIENDS IN OPEN BECAUSE THEY KNOW THEY HAVE NOTHING TO FEAR BECAUSE THE NYPD INTERNAL AFFAIRS BLUE WALL OF CORRUPTION. TIME FOR A NEW COMMISSION IN TO NYPD INTERNAL AFFAIRS AND DA CORRUPTION. TIME TO ASK RAY KELLY AND BILL BRATTON QUESTIONS UNDER OATH.

TIME TO TURN BROKEN WINDOWS BACK ON THE NYPD. BILL DE BLASIO WON'T GIVE US A NEW COMMISSION IN TO POLICE CORRUPTION BUT MAYOR DINKINS AND GUILIANI DID....

How many times has De Blasio said sorry and than it is biz as usual. NYPD Inspector General, CCRB, CCPC commission to combat police corruption part of DOI like NYPD IG all bogus unless they fear someone with power is watching over them! Total frauds! NYPD IG forwarded my case -- that is 3 agencies now to Internal Affair to fix -- I cannot get status reports on the case and the NYPD IG wouldn't follow up on their own status reports!


IF DE BLASIO HAD TAKEN ACTION AND GIVEN US A NEW COMMISSION AND TURNED BROKEN WINDOWS ON TO THE NYPD -- TENNIS STAR JAMES BLAKE WOULDN'T HAVE GOTTEN THE ERIC GARNER TREATMENT!!

WHERE IS THE APOLOGY FROM RAY KELLY OF THE ERIC GARNER HORROR EXPOSED IN HIS HAND WRITTEN LAWSUIT FROM RIKERS AND MY CASE RAY KELLY DEFENDS COERCION LYING IN POLICE REPORTS THREATENING ME VERBAL VIOLENCE BY THE NYPD AND I AM CONFIDENT HE IS AWARE DELITA HOOKS SIGNED A LETTER THAT SOUNDS LIKE IT WAS DRAFTED BY JOE TACOPINA THREATENING ME YET AGAIN WARNING ME TO NOT COME BACK AND FILE ASSAULT CHARGES AGAIN BUT THE NYPD REFUSED TO ALLOW ME ANYWAY UNDER RAY KELLY AND AS ERIC GARNER LEARNED LIVED AND DIED BRATTON IS JUST A BAD.
Eric Garner hand written lawsuit -- under KKK Ray Kelly -- explain why this isn't on the front page of the NY Times, NYDN and the NY Post? Eric's lawsuit will be on display in a museum! I am proud I had the courage to share it but will the NYPD murder me? They already have threatened me verbal violence over the phone and lied in police reports my case. Are the NYPD 1 POLICE PlAZA behind a tweet: You defend Black People Poetic Justice a Black Person hit you Dumbcuntlivesmatter?
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Adrian Schoolcraft Trial -- the closest thing we have to a Commission in to NYPD Corruption begins Sept. 2013

With my case and how many others where NYPD knowingly willfully committed crimes like coercion fabricaed lied in police reports and also by omission ...? Any info, ideas let me know. This was sent to me...
Criminal intent (of the mind)


Saturday, April 2, 2016

More "Broken Windows" Horror Stories From De Blasio's NYPD By Emma Whitford

More "Broken Windows" Horror Stories From De Blasio's NYPD
By Emma Whitford — Friday, April 1st, 2016; 2:49 p.m. ‘The Gothamist’ / New York, NY


Out of more than 500 arraignments observed in Manhattan and Brooklyn courts between last October and March of this year, about 88% involved black or Hispanic defendants arrested for low-level Broken Windows offenses like disorderly conduct, possession of marijuana, or an open container, according to a report issued Friday by the Police Reform Organizing Project (PROP). In one case, a black man was sentenced to 12 days on Rikers for fare-beating. In another, a mentally ill man was sentenced to 60 days on Rikers for allegedly stealing $3.00 in change from a parked car with an open door.

In a city committed to cracking down on petty crimes, PROP's latest findings are not revelatory. PROP has conducted months-long surveys of NYC arraignments four times since 2014, and of the total 1,880 cases seen, 91% have been brought against people of color. According to NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services data, 87% of NYPD misdemeanor arrests in the first nine months of last year involved people of color. 

For this latest report
[  https://gallery.mailchimp.com/f6b63e2555a5fd40610a66a67/files/No_Equal_and_Exact_Justice_A_Prop_Court_Monitoring_Report.pdf   ], PROP head Robert Gangis homed in on the fact that out of 498 cases, 479, or 96.2% of them, resulted in the defendant walking out of the courtroom. During two court visits where PROP was able to keep time, the average amount of time spent on each case was less than three minutes. "The point we're making is that nobody considers these people dangerous or predatory," Gangis said. "In many cases the arrests are frivolous and innocuous, and many of the defendants are homeless or mentally ill. They can't push back politically." 

Gangis hashes this up in part to the department's reliance on quotas, or a minimum number of mandatory stops per officer. A report filed in February by attorney Peter Zimroth, the federal monitor tasked with assessing the NYPD's use of stop-and-frisks, found that while officers now feel less pressure to reach quotas, some are still evaluated in part by the number of stops they make. 

The same report found that of 600 street stops documented over the course of three months in 2015, almost a third were unconstitutional, lacking reasonable suspicion for the stop. 

In an effort to humanize these statistics, PROP conferred with several defendants and their attorneys about the circumstances of their arrests. All of the stories below allegedly occurred under de Blasio's tenure, and Gangi notes that he works hard to ensure that they are credible. 

Police officers in Manhattan arrested a homeless man late at night on the subway on the charge of, as the court officer read out loud, "occupying multiple seats on the subway.” The judged issued an ACD & let the man walk out of the court room. A PROP representative followed him out & tried to talk with him. Unsteady on his feet, the man said apologetically that he could barely stand up & that he was withdrawing from his alcohol habit. When asked where he was going & where would he stay, the man said that he was going to "ride the trains.” 

Police officers arrested a young man for dancing on the subway, the official charge being "unlawful solicitation.” The youth explained that the NYPD also arrested a friend that danced with him on the train -- the officers released the friend on a ACD, but held the young man that we spoke with because he had an outstanding warrant for drinking a beer in front of his building. He also related that the police have arrested him several times for subway dancing & that the judge always releases him with an ACD.

Police officers arrested a homeless woman for the second time in a week for sleeping in the machine room of an apartment building where the janitorial staff had befriended her & let her use the unoccupied room. She was an addict who was afraid to stay at a shelter & who had been trying unsuccessfully to find a rehab program that would help her. The NYPD provided her with no assistance to meet either need.

Police officers arrested a black man for smoking in an unauthorized space. He was descending stairs to a subway & threw out his cigarette butt on a step on the way down. When he reached the station, 2 officers stopped him, requested his ID which he gave them, and charged him with the smoking violation. After running a check on him, they cuffed and arrested him and brought him to the local precinct in Harlem. An officer there explained that he was arrested as a "transit recidivist" because of a previous subway- related offense. The offense was a farebeating infraction from 1986, 29 years ago when he was a teenager and was charged with a fine that he paid. Initially the police confined the man in a holding cell with 10 or 11 African-American & Latino men who officers had arrested on charges like "sleeping on the subway" & "walking between 2 subway cars.” The man was locked up for 2 days before appearing at arraignment before a judge who sentenced him to time served & let him walk out of the courtroom.

Police in Brooklyn gave an open alcohol container summons to a woman of color who was sitting on a stoop with 4 white friends. Although she was not holding the beer can, the police singled her out, asking only her for an ID & ticketing only her.

Officers arrested a mentally ill man who was living in a homeless shelter for stealing $3.00 in change from a car whose door was open. The car's owner had called the police when he saw the man inside the car because he thought the man was trying to steal the vehicle. By the time the police arrived, he did not want to press charges, but it was too late. As a painful follow up, the court handed down a harsh penalty: 60 days on Rikers Island.

Two officers pulled over a Bronx man in his car, but apparently did not know why. The man left his phone video camera on while the police put him in their cruiser. "I don't even know why we pulled him over", one officer says. "Just the (unintelligible) cocaine test," the other officer replies. "That's what you put," the first officer laughs. “That’s how you write the summons." The only thing that the officers found in the car was an uneaten cookie. "I felt as though they pulled me over & abused me for sport," the man said.

Police officers arrested an African-American man in Brooklyn on the charge of walking an unleashed dog. The man was standing in front of his building with his 2 dogs, one on a leash standing next to him and the other in his arms. The officers justified their arrest on the fact that the pet that the man was holding did not have a leash attached.

In March, the NYPD announced that it would issue summonses instead of making arrests for most low-level offenses like open containers and public urination—but in Manhattan only. And a new series of bills would give police officers the discretion to steer certain low-level broken windows offenses like drinking in public, littering, and public urination to civil court, rather than criminal court. Some advocates object that it still empowers the NYPD to stop and ID citizens for those same offenses.

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