The information on this blog about the corruption in America's courts will disgust and frighten you and propel you into a world of racketeering, greed, larceny, malicious prosecution, and outrageous disdain for due process, the Rule of Law, the United States Constitution, the Bill of Rights and Professional Responsibility Standards, Rules and Statutes. This is the Unified Court System of New York State. You will be a victim unless you speak up and protest. by Betsy Combier
Thursday, June 2, 2016
Two More Top NYPD Officials Retire Amid Cloud of Federal Probe: Sources
When public servants are corrupt, that is the worst corruption.
Last week,Deputy Chief Michael Harrington,Chief David Colonand
Deputy Inspector James Grant jumped from the NYPD ship after Police Commissioner
Bill Bratton predicted that arrests were likely to stem from the sprawling
federal investigation that includes pay-for-favors activities at the NYPD and
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s various fundraising practices.
was the executive officer of Patrol Borough Brooklyn South when he was
reassigned to desk duty as part of the FBI investigation. He had recently been
honored by the NYPD’s Desi Society for his community service work.
the executive officer of the NYPD's Patrol Borough Manhattan North before he
was placed on administrative desk duty in April.
served on the NYPD for more than 25 years, while Capul is a veteran with 32
years on the job.
retirement will become official if no department charges are brought against
them during the next 30 days, which will then protect their pensions even if
they are later arrested and convicted of a felony.
one has filed for service retirement with administrative charges pending or has
been identified by federal investigators as a target of their
investigation," Roy Richter, the president of the Captain Endowment
Association, pointed out.
former commander of the 19th Precinct, has also filed for retirement amid
allegations he accepted discounted earrings and a free trip to Las Vegas from
two businessmen with close ties to de Blasio and former NYPD Chief of
Department Philip Banks.
two-year federal probe started with a corruption tip involving Banks and
eventually snared numerous police officials taking free meals, gifts and even
trips from businessmen Jona Rechnitz and Jeremy Reichberg, who were members of
de Blasio’s Inauguration Committee.
officers from the NYPD License Division have also been stripped of their guns
and badges during the probe for allegedly taking bribes from a Borough
Park-based businessman, who was arrested for allegedly arranging gun permits
for friends and clients for up to $18,000 each.