Prosecutors knowingly sent innocent man to prison for 25 years

April 10, 2014 Site Staff 0

NEW YORK, NY — A man spent nearly 25 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit. In fact, there was proof that he wasn’t even in the same state at the time of the crime, but prosecutors withheld that evidence, and coerced a false witness, in an effort to achieve an expedient conviction of a completely innocent man.

Man brutally beaten by NYPD for sleeping on a couch in a synagogue

March 26, 2014 Site Staff 1

NEW YORK CITY, NY — Disturbing video captured a man being brutally beaten by police after he was discovered sleeping on a couch inside a synagogue. The man was struck dozens of times with fists and a baton, even though the man had permission to be there. The beating was ruled justified and the officers were cleared.

NYPD break down door without warrant, beat up family, stomp pet bird to death

December 11, 2013 Site Staff 287

NEW YORK CITY, NY — A Staten Island family barbecue turned into a nightmare when it was interrupted by police investigating the improper use of a parking cone to save a parking spot on the street. What resulted was a day the family will never forget, as their home was invaded without a warrant, several family members were bludgeoned, and a NYPD officer sadistically stomped on a pet parakeet that lay helpless on the floor.

‘Underground dinner parties’ defy the law in New York City

September 12, 2013 Site Staff 130

NEW YORK CITY, NY — There is a growing culture in NYC which involves strangers meeting up to share fine dining experiences in the private homes of strangers. These unique experiences bring people together for an evening of dinner and conversation. The guests pay the host for their trouble and then part ways. The trouble is, that’s illegal in New York City.

NYC’s ‘stop & frisk’ will be reformed but not eliminated

August 12, 2013 Site Staff 368

NEW YORK CITY, NY — The city’s notorious policy of allowing police officers to approach any pedestrian and submit them to a search has been ruled unconstitutional by a federal judge. The usual suspects, who have caused “Stop & Frisk” to flourish, are offering harsh criticisms of the decision.