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New York City rookie police officer Peter Liang, center, leaves the courtroom after he pleaded not guilty at his arraignment at Brooklyn Superior court,  Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015, in New York. Liang, who fired into a darkened stairwell last November at a Brooklyn public housing complex, accidentally killing 28-year-old Akai Gurley, has been charged with manslaughter, official misconduct and other charges. He was released without bail. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

It’s Official: NYPD Officer Liang Has Manslaughter Sentence Reduced To Community Service

In 2014, NPD officer Peter Liang shot and killed Akai Gurley.  Officer Liang and Landau were on a ‘vertical patrol’ of a building when Officer Liang became frightened and fired his weapon in the dark. Gurley and his friend, Melissa Butler, were standing in the stairwell, two floors below them, when Gurley was shot in the chest by a ricocheting […]

April 19, 2016 · Police
NYPD Officer Sentenced As A Sex Offender – FOR THE SECOND TIME!

NYPD Officer Sentenced As A Sex Offender – FOR THE SECOND TIME!

NYPD officer Jayme Shannon was convicted and sentenced to prison for sex crimes involving a minor.  For betraying the public’s trust and forever ruining the live of a young boy, Officer Shannon was ONLY given 3 years in jail – that was 12 years ago. Now, former officer Shannon has been convicted and sentenced AGAIN for sex crimes. However, he has […]

February 17, 2016 · Caught On Tape
NYPD: Resisting Arrest will get you years in prison.

NYPD: Resisting Arrest will get you years in prison.

NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton is trying to get New York legislators to make it a felony offence to defy the ‘godly’ commands of their officers. After a hearing on Wednesday before state lawmakers in Lower Manhattan, Police Commissioner Bratton told reporters that the charge of ‘resisting arrest’ should be raised to a felony. “I think a felony would be very helpful […]

February 15, 2016 · Police
An Open Letter To NYPD Union President Patrick J. Lynch

An Open Letter To NYPD Union President Patrick J. Lynch

To Patrick J. Lynch: You claim that we, the ‘armchair judges’ of America, are not qualified to judge the actions of police officers putting themselves in harm’s way (laughably, you say it’s ‘for the public good’). Since when did arresting a black man, who committed no crime, constitute ‘for the public good’? Or was it in the interest of justice […]

September 17, 2015 · Police
12 NYPD Veteran Detective Suspended After Stealing Cash During Bodega Raid

12 NYPD Veteran Detective Suspended After Stealing Cash During Bodega Raid

A Brooklyn detective was caught on surveillance video pocketing around $3,000 in cash from a bodega he and his fellow cops were raiding for selling loose cigarettes, cops said. Twelve year NYPD veteran Ian Cyrus, was suspended without pay after the store’s owner noticed the money was missing from a cigar box stashed beneath the counter and reported the incident […]

April 15, 2015 · Caught On Tape, Police