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

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, October 24, 2016

Ed Mullins NYPD isn't about Justice but politics?

Ed Mullins my case was fixed A pileup of crimes from the doctors office to the police station to One Police Plaza top brass is that on the NYPD test?   Fixing favors in retaliation while breaking the law - google dr Fagelman assault - watch youtube -- google NYPD Det John Vergona lied in DD5 google NYPD Det John Vergona and Delita Hooks lied photo proof 

How many cases my case and so many others ...and is that on the NYPD test?

FACT or FICTION: The truth is Sgt. Hugh Barry was following Department guidelines in fatal shooting

There is no question that Police Commissioner James O’Neill misspoke when he publicly stated that Sgt. Hugh Barry “failed” during his fatal encounter with an emotionally disturbed woman who attacked him with a baseball bat in the 43 Precinct on October 18.

The SBA asserted from the beginning that Chief of Patrol Terence Monahan and Commissioner O’Neill had no right whatsoever to place Sgt. Barry on modified assignment before anything resembling an investigation took place.

In doing so, they not only ignored the Department’s own stringent rules related to the utilization of deadly physical force, they besmirched the hard-earned and well-deserved reputation of Sgt. Barry as an exemplary frontline supervisor.

Had the Chief and the Commissioner been more familiar with their own Department guidelines, they would never have made such an inappropriate statement that misled the public and lambasted the entire NYPD in the process.

What they conveniently ignored was the Department’s own antiquated training and the fact that police work is not an exact science and circumstances often change in the blink of an eye or the swing of a bat.

While in the Police Academy, all recruits are required to take a test related to deadly physical force. Unless they score 100 percent on the test, they cannot graduate.

Below (verbatim) is Question No. 6 from a recent exam:

With a baseball bat in his hands, an emotionally disturbed man charges at a police officer and threatens to break his nose. The officer is backed against a wall. Based on the Department’s guidelines on the use of force and deadly physical force...(select the correct statement):

 A. Because a broken nose is not a serious physical injury, the officer may not shoot.
 B. Because the suspect is threatening imminent deadly physical force, the officer may shoot.
 C. The officer must first utilize his baton or pepper spray before shooting.
 D. Department guidelines prohibit officers from shooting at emotionally disturbed persons.

The correct answer is B.

Notice that there is no option to first utilize a Taser or even to isolate and contain.>

This question makes it clear that Sgt. Barry did not fail, and the lie that was perpetrated on the public only exacerbated a tragedy for nothing other than political pandering and expediency at the expense of the truth.


Ed Mullins
Sergeants Benevolent Association

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