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  Taisha Allen, 37, filmed the tragic death of Eric Garner and the NYPD allegedly did not like her very well. Allen states that she saw her friend being harassed by the police while he was on the way into a store. Allen then asked the cops why her friend was being stopped since he did nothing wrong.…

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While many Americans were observing Martin Luther King Jr. Day, arsonists in Staten Island, New York, torched the memorial site of late resident Eric Garner, 43, who was choked to death by an NYPD officer for allegedly illegally selling cigarettes. Earlier in the day, hundreds gathered at the site to pay tribute to MLK. It…

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Ray Orta is the man that videotaped footage of Eric Garner being detained and placed in a chokehold that led to his death. This video has been a crucial piece of evidence and has been seen by millions across the globe. For many, it left no doubt that a grand jury should have little problem…

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A Staten Island, New York, grand jury has refused to indict a white NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo in the death of an unarmed black man, Eric Garner. The incident occurred this past July when Garner was detained and placed in an illegal chokehold by Pantaleo for selling untaxed loose cigarettes. The entire incident was captured…

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It’s something that many people have suspected and now it has been proven by the New York Daily News. The NYPD has been using Staten Island as a dumping ground for bad cops. According to an article published by the newspaper, Staten Island has the highest number of most sued cops the city of New…

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The news of the deaths of toddlers Connor, 4, and Brandon Moore, 2, was really hard to digest. After their Staten Island, NY,  home lost power Monday evening during Superstorm Sandy, their mother Glenda attempted to drive them to a relative’s home in Brooklyn. A tidal surge overwhelmed the SUV, causing it  to stall. Mother and children escaped the…

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Michael Daragjati, an eight-year NYPD veteran was arrested by FBI agents and charged with gross civil rights violations for deliberately falsifying an arrest against a black man. Daragjati referred to the incident on a wiretapped call, saying that he had “fried another n—-,” officials said. Brooklyn, N.Y., federal prosecutors say that Daragjati, 32, stopped the man in…

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