NYPD Investigates Threats to Kill Officers on New Year’s Eve

NEW YORK CITY — The NYPD is investigating several threats to kill NYPD officers during New Year’s Eve celebrations, DNAinfo New York has learned.

Sources say there are several gang members on social media calling for New Year’s Eve to be “Kill a Pig Night” so that it will become “The New Year’s Eve Massacre 2014.”

via NYPD Investigates Threats to Kill Officers on New Year’s Eve, Sources Say – Civic Center – DNAinfo.com New York.

Woman Drops an EPIC Truth Bomb on NYC Mayor, Sharpton & Obama in Rant About ‘Killing Cops’

by Gina Cassini | Top Right News

Two weeks ago I reported on the “Honestly Speaking” woman who unleashed a viral rant on the Ferguson thugs.

Well, in the wake of the the “execution” of two NYPD officers, she is back with her thoughts, and they are positively scathing.

She shreds the mayor for the way he race-baited on the case, and slams Obama for hanging around with Al Sharpton.

“De Blasio, Mike Brown is not your son. Okay, you are the mayor of New York City,” she said. “You just had two officers shot because of your reckless speaking. You stand behind Al Sharpton and he stands for nothing at all.”

This fearless woman — who reportedly received death threats — also said that neighborhoods where protesters yell for vengeance against police, such as “What do we want? Dead cops,” be left alone to police themselves.

And she ends with an inspiring call-to-arms.



Saturday during the filming of PTV’s airing the news clips of Racists in the street shouting “What do we want, dead cops, when do we want them, now”, a word was released into New York City and those deepening the racial divide and indeed the insanity against the police. Within an hour the tide began to change. So sad their hate movement would only be stopped by blood…. Innocent Blood !

NEW YORK (AP) — Civil rights leaders Sunday condemned the ambush killings of two New York police officers and expressed fear that the backlash over the bloodshed could derail the protest movement that has grown out of the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.

In the raw hours following the killing of the officers, police union officials and politicians accused those who have protested the deaths of Garner and Brown of fanning anti-police fervor. Patrick Lynch, president of the Patrolman’s Benevolent Association in New York, said there was “blood on the hands” of demonstrators and elected officials who have criticized police tactics.

The Garner and Brown families issued statements repudiating the officers’ killings, while civil rights leaders took to the airwaves to try to put some distance between the movement and the crime.

“To link the criminal insanity of a lone gunman to the peaceful protests and aspirations of many people across the country, including the attorney general, the mayor and even the president, is simply not fair,” NAACP President Cornell William Brooks said on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”

Brooks said the shootings were “certainly not a step forward” for the movement.

Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu were gunned down at close range in their patrol car in Brooklyn on Saturday by Ismaaiyl Brinsley, who then committed suicide. Before the attack, Brinsley, 28, wrote on an Instagram account: “I’m putting wings on pigs today. They take 1 of ours, let’s take 2 of theirs.”

He used the hashtags Shootthepolice RIPErivGardner (sic) RIPMikeBrown — references to two blacks who died at the hands of police. Garner died in a New York City officer’s chokehold, and Brown was shot by an officer in Ferguson, Missouri. Grand juries decided not to bring charges against either officer.

In the wake of the ambush, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani lashed out at New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder. Speaking on Fox News, Giuliani said: “We’ve had four months of propaganda starting with the president that everybody should hate the police.”

“They have created an atmosphere of severe, strong, anti-police hatred in certain communities, and for that, they should be ashamed of themselves,” he said.

In a tweet, former New York Gov. George Pataki called the killings the “predictable outcome of divisive, anti-cop rhetoric of Attorney General Eric Holder and Bill De Blasio.”

The accusations stoked fears that any gains made in the protest movement would be lost.

“We’ve been denouncing violence in our community,” no matter who the target is, New York community activist Tony Herbert said. He said he worries that the shooting will be used to discredit the larger cause.

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