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Scared NYPD Cops Ignoring Minor Crimes in Black Neighborhoods


Frightened New York Police Dept. (NYPD) cops are turning a blind eye to minor crimes committed in black neighborhoods.

The shook cops are fearful that they may be the next target of gunmen who believe they are avenging the deaths of unarmed black men.

An NYPD supervisor told The NY Post his cops are making fewer arrests as a result.

Police all over the country are nervous and jittery after 2 NYPD officers were shot and killed by Ismaaiyl Brinsley while they sat in their patrol car last week. Brinsley, who suffered from an undiagnosed mental disorder, then shot and killed himself.

“My guys are writing almost no summonses, and probably only making arrests when they have to — like when a store catches a shoplifter,” said the unnamed supervisor.

“I’m not writing any summonses. Do you think I’m going to stand there so someone can shoot me or hit me in the head with an ax?” a cop said Sunday.

“I’m concerned about my safety,” the cop added. “I want to go to home to my wife and kids.”

The police assassinations came 2 days after NYPD cops wore “I Can Breathe” t-shirts, mocking Eric Garner supporters who adopted his last words — “I can’t breathe” — as their rallying cry.

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NYPD Cop Selling T-Shirts That Say, ‘Breathe Easy, Don’t Break the Law’…Wow!


A member of the much-corrupt New York Police Department is responding to the ongoing protests against police shootings of unarmed black men. The cop is snubbing protestors by selling t-shirts that read: “Breathe Easy, Don’t Break the Law” — a mocking spin on Eric Garner’s dying words, “I Can’t Breathe”. Garner is the NY man who was choked to death by a NYPD cop who put him in an illegal chokehold.

The NYPD is a bit salty over the heat and backlash they’ve gotten since officer Daniel Pantaleo was not indicted for killing Garner.

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Man killed in broad daylight on NY Street


The NYPD has released a photo taken from surveillance video just moments before a man was gunned down on a busy New York street in broad daylight Monday.

Witnesses say the man shot Brandon Lincoln Woodard in the back of the head, then calmly hopped into a waiting SUV, with a driver behind the wheel. The light-colored Lincoln sedan headed east before getting stuck in traffic just yards from Woodward’s body.

But the assailant and his driver did not panic. The SUV idled at a red light until traffic cleared and then disappeared down 7th Avenue.

“There was no rush,” NYPD spokesman Paul Browne said of Woodard’s killer. “He just walked up, shot him and walked away.”


The assailant, described as a bald black man with a beard, walked up behind Woodward on 58th Street between Seventh Avenue and Broadway at about 2 p.m., and fired a single shot into the back of his head.

In the photo, Woodward appears to be checking his cell phone before he was executed.

Witnesses who heard the gunshot scattered in all directions. Several witnesses rushed to a nearby fire station to report the shooting.

“I just heard a gunshot. It was loud. There was blood all over his face,” said David Mirambeau, 29, a UPS worker. “He was gasping for air. He was still alive.”

Police recovered a single shell casing in the street near Woodward’s body.

A police source told the NY Post the shooting was “definitely a hit, an assassination.” Police are investigating the murder as drug connected.