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


http://nypdnewcommission.blogspot.com/2017/04/ray-kelly-charles-campisi-bratton.html
They love using Ron Kuby's letter to pretend I was not coerced and the NYPD did not commit a pile up of crimes.
The Detectives in my case Det Vergona and Det Andy Dwyer, their partners, and supervisors and facebook friends NYPD PO Eugene Schatz aka Gene Schatz and Det Tommy Moran were party to the fact Verogna was lying in his DD5s and was going to verbally violently threaten me over the phone because the cowardly criminal detectives and supervisors did not have it in them to commit the crimes they committed and face me but they did use Ron Kuby's letter to pretend they dd not commit crimes and Internal Affairs has protected them along w/ top brass all party to retaliation.

I had respected the NYPD until NYPD PO Gene Schatz and his facebook friends Detective Andrew Dwyer and Det John Vergona, with their partners, and supervisors DI Ed Winski, Lt Angelo Burgos and Sgt Chen did a bait and switch downgrading their crimes and Delita HOOKS crimes to no crimes. Google Dr Fagelman assault and see Delita HOOKS in action but she wasn't done breaking laws and the NYPD detectives and supervisors joined in and did Dr Andrew Fagelman quite a favor since he did not fire his violent, manipulative attack receptionist and when a private investigator asked Dr Fagelman did you talk to the NYPD he said "no comment" aka he would implicate himself in the crimes of arranging for Delita HOOKS to walk in and commit a crime filing a false cross complaint and Dr Fagelman was party to even more crimes the face Det John VERGONA was going to violently threaten me over the phone with false arrest on a Saturday 4pm only for the utmost retaliation and even fabrication of crimes which Eric Garner outlines in his own case 4 years ago....
These corrupt evil people would teach be about the real NYPD and how they break laws, do fixing and favors and all these years Internal Affairs protected these crimes along with Corp Counsel Zachary Carter lied in my case and his predecessor before him.

Monday, April 25, 2016

Police Reform Project Monitors courts Alleged NYPD Racism



Dear Friends:


PROP continues its range of activities/strategies aimed at ending the NYPD's abusive & discriminatory quota-driven "broken windows" policing:

Court Monitoring 

Here are summary findings from our most recent court visits documenting the blatantly racist effects of the NYPD's current arrest practices:


4/15 Manhattan Court:

** Out of 11 cases, 11, or 100%, were people of color.

** Out of 11 cases, 11, or 100%, walked out of the court room.

 ** Charges included: possession of marijuana in the 5th degree; suspended license; possession of a weapon in the 4th degree; disorderly conduct; & theft of services (farebeating).


4/7 Bronx Court:

** Out of 26 cases, 25, or 96.2%, were people of color.

** Out of 26 cases, 22, or 84.6%, walked out of the court room.

** Charges included: open alcohol container, disorderly conduct, suspended license, possession of marijuana in the 5th degree, theft of services (farebeating).


3/24 Brooklyn Court:

** Out of 20 cases, 17, or 85%, were people of color.

** Out of 20 cases, 20, or 100%, walked out of the court room.

** Charges included: suspended license; open alcohol container; possession of marijuana in the 5th degree; loud car exhaust.


Stories

Here are vignettes that PROP has recently written up as part of our determined effort to demonstrate the harm that "broken windows" policing inflicts on New Yorkers of color every day:

** Bronx court 4/7/16 -- Officers approached a Latino man late at night while he pumped gas into his car. They searched his car without asking permission or explaining why. The officers turned up nothing in the vehicle, but did find a marijuana cigarette in the pocket of the man's friend who was sitting in the car. They arrested the 2 men, charging the car's owner with marijuana possession & driving with a suspended license even though he had no drugs in his possession & his driver's license was in good order. The man pled guilty to disorderly conduct, a "violation" not a "crime". When asked why he pled guilty when he had done nothing wrong, he replied that he couldn't afford the time involved in returning to court multiple times.


** Man court/4/14/16 -- Officers arrested a middle-aged black man, charging him with "theft of services" or farebeating. The man refused to accept a lesser plea offer -- the judge released him with a date assigned for him to return for a bench trial. When asked why he didn't accept the plea deal, the man said that he hadn't done anything wrong. Here's his account: he helped a handicapped man who used a walker down the steps at the subway station at 116th Street & Lexington Ave. He then swiped himself in & saw that the handicapped man was having trouble getting his walker through the turnstile. So he helped the man by opening & letting him through one of the emergency gates. The officers then arrested him for farebeating.

** Man court/4/14/16 -- Officers arrested a Latino man, charging him with possession of a weapon in the 4th degree. They had pulled him over & searched his car without an explanation & found a pocket knife in the vehicle's glove compartment.

Swipe It Forward Day -

On a day in May, PROPers & their allies will carry out targeted actions at 2 subway stations, one in Manhattan & one in the Bronx, where many farebeating arrests take place & swipe people in. We will distribute hand-outs explaining that these arrests are now the highest category of arrests that the NYPD conducts -- over 29,000 last year, 92% people of color -- & that these arrests are one major way that the City & the NYPD criminalize low-income New Yorkers of color. People interested in supporting this activity should contact Bob Gangi directly via email or phone.

Please feel free to be in touch with your questions or comments. Also, we welcome your participation in any of PROP's upcoming events/activities. Many thanks for your interest & support.

Onward,

Robert Gangi
Director
Police Reform Organizing Project
Cell: 917-327-7648

bgangi@propnyc.org

Thomas Juliano
Project Associate
Police Reform Organizing Project
Cell: 347-308-3117
Thomas.F.Juliano@hotmail.com

Maesha Meto
Project Coordinator
Police Reform Organizing Project
Cell: 347-698-0599
maeshasamiha@gmail.com

For those wishing to make a financial contribution to our work, you may donate through the paypal link on the bottom of our homepage, or send a check (payable to our tax-exempt fiscal sponsor, United Social Services, Inc.) to:
Police Reform Organizing Project
168 West 86th St. #4B
NYC, NY 10024





UPCOMING EVENTS
 
Court Monitoring Project
PROP's next court visit will take place on Thurs, April 28th. We will meet at 10AM in front of the Bronx criminal court building at 215 East 161st Street. Interested people should contact Thomas Juliano, PROP's Project Associate, at 347-308-3117 & plan to spend at least one hour sitting in the courtroom observing & recording the proceedings.


Monthly PROP Meeting
Thursday, May 19th, at 6:00 pm at the Ethical Culture Society, 
2 West 64th St.


We will gather at our regular monthly session, open to all interested parties, to discuss PROP updates & future strategies.

Art Against Broken Windows Art Show
Tuesday eveningJune 21stat the El Barrio Artspace at 215 East 99th Street. We seek art pieces mainly by youth. Interested young people should submit their paintings, sketches, poetry, spoken word pieces, calligraphy, music and dances -- anything that constitutes art -- to PROP's Project Coordinator Maesha Meto at maeshasamiha@gmail.com. People wanting to help plan and organize this important event should also contact Maesha






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