Re-posted by Nicholas Stix
Thanks to Prince George’s County Ex-Pat, who writes,
Why is the word "mayhem" always used in the context of Negro misbehavior?
And don't forget "fracas."
You couldn't cause "mayhem" at a NASCAR race even if Sarah Palin showed up topless, and dropped the starting flag.
A Harvard-educated lawyer who works for Gov. Cuomo was shot in the head when he was suddenly caught in the middle of a Brooklyn gunfight before Monday’s West Indian Day Parade, authorities said. First Deputy Counsel Carey Gabay, 43, who was appointed to…
N.S.: There is a long NYPD tradition of de-policing at so-called ethnic parades, i.e., non-white ones. After the racist mayhem of the June, 2000 Puerto Rican Day Parade, when Rudy Giuliani was still mayor, two dozen or more cops complained about this to the city’s tabloids, the Daily News and the New York Post, saying they were ordered to ignore acts like open drinking of alcohol and smoking of marijuana at the West Indian Day and Puerto Rican Day parades, offenses that they would routinely crack down on, when whites did them on any occasion. In fact, police were ordered to ruthlessly crack down on such offenses by whites during the St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
By the way, unless you read my investigative report on the racist, 2000 Puerto Rican Day Parade attacks, you probably didn’t even know they were racist. New York’s MSM worked very hard to portray the victims as predominantly black and Hispanic, when they were in fact predominantly white (several of whom were manually raped by black perps), and to dutifully publish NOW’s despicably dishonest condemnations of the majority white cops who were on-duty, nearby. NOW refused to condemn the actual perpetrators, who were their political allies.
Although you know Gov. Cuomo will try and exploit this shooting for more unconstitutional gun control, as he's done before, at least he did tell blacks that they have to help the police.
Cuomo lawyer shot in deadly mayhem before West Indian Day Parade
By Larry Celona, Kevin Sheehan, Michael Gartland and Emily Saul
September 7, 2015 | 9:20 a.m.
New York Post
A Harvard-educated lawyer who works for Gov. Cuomo was shot in the head when he was suddenly caught in the middle of a Brooklyn gunfight before Monday’s West Indian Day Parade, authorities said.
First Deputy Counsel Carey Gabay, 43, who was appointed to the post in January,is [sic] now on life support as doctors prepare to harvest his organs later in the day, law-enforcement sources said.
Gabay’s wife is pregnant with their first child.
The lawyer was innocently walking with his brother and pals when they came upon thugs arguing at Bedford Avenue and Sullivan Place in Crown Heights at 3:40 a.m., police sources said.
Sources said Gabay dove for cover between two parked cars but was struck in the top of the head.
He was rushed to Kings County Hospital.
“It was just totally random. [No, it wasn't. It wasn't at all random. The shooter was seeking to murder his enemies, and terrorize the neighborhood.] Some guy walked up and was spraying bullets everywhere. I can’t believe it. He was a good guy, he just didn’t deserve this’’ said Gabay’s weeping younger brother, Aaron McNaughton, who was with him at the time.
“If you asked for the shirt off his back, he’d also give you the shoes off his feet. “There wasn’t a bad bone in his body, added McNaughton. “He used to change my diapers.”
The victim’s sister, Chrystal Gabay, called him “the most kind person you’d ever met.”
Three others also were shot and one man fatally stabbed in the spate of violence before the parade.
Cuomo expressed shock at Gabay being shot.
“Last night, it looks like we lost the life of a beautiful, beautiful individual, a young man who worked for me, 43 years old, was a Harvard-educated lawyer and went to work for the state because he wanted to give back and make a difference,” Cuomo said, apparently thinking Gabay had died.
“This is a young man who could’ve gone to any Wall Street firm and make multiples of what he was making for the state.”
Mayor de Blasio said later at the parade,”Our [sic] hearts are heavy also because there’s a young man fighting for his life right now…a good young man who is giving back to his work [?] to his community.
Cuomo marching in the parade on Monday.Photo: [sic] Paul Martinka
NYPD officers detain a suspect near the scene of the shooting.Photo: Stephen Yang
“Right now, he was clinging to life because of senseless gun violence. We will fight against the propagation of guns with everything we have because we can’t keep losing good young men.”
Police recovered 22 spent cartridges on the street and in a nearby parking lot along with a handgun.
Based on the different caliber shell casings found, cops believe it was a gunfight with multiple shooters. They have not yet released any information on a possible suspect or suspects.
Commissioner Bill Bratton decried Monday’s violence, which he said was likely gang-related, and other incidents before to [sic] past parades but said the show must go on.
“Unfortunately this year and has [sic] we’ve seen in years past, there are some instances last night…possibly two of them are gang-related. That’s traditional in these areas that we deal with, so it’s unfortunate that it occurred during this event, but there’s no reason to not go forward with the events each year.
Brooklyn Chief of Detectives Patrick Contry said Gabay got caught in a crossfire between rival groups. [In other words, the shooting was not random.]
Elliot Drake, 22, who lives near Bedford Avenue, described a chaotic scene after gunfire broke out.
“When the shooting started, there were hundreds of people here on the street and they just stampeded down Bedford toward Empire,” he told The Post. “The shooting went from the street into the Ebbets Field Houses. Hundreds of people were trampling each other to get away.” [“Hundreds of people” were on the street at 3:40 a.m.?]
A 20-year-old man also was grazed in the hand on Empire Street and Bedford Avenue, said officials.
Cops arrested a man from the scene of that shooting and recovered a pistol, sources said. Charges were still pending.
A 39-year-old man also was gunned down at about 4:20 a.m. on Martense Street and Nostrand Avenue, authorities said.
That man was rushed to Kings County Hospital, where he is expected to survive, cops said. He told cops he “heard shots and felt pain,” sources said.
The mayhem unfolded at about 2 a.m. when a man was fatally stabbed in the torso after a large fight on Empire Boulevard and Bedford Avenue, according to police.
The name of the deceased is pending proper family notification, cops said.
He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Another man involved in the melee was shot in the buttocks and listed in stable condition at New York Methodist Hospital, authorities said.
Cops found spent shell casings at eight locations.
The Labor Day violence erupted at the start of the annual J’Ouvert Festival, an annual event that kicks off at 4 a.m. at Grand Army Plaza and wends its way down Flatbush Avenue to Empire Boulevard, Nostrand Avenue and Linden Boulevard.
Cuomo said “safety and justice is a two-way street.”
“That, that my friends, as we celebrate today, we have to commit ourselves to justice in partnership with the police, and in partnership with one another, that the crime, the violence on the street stop because enough young people have died, enough young innocent people and it has to stop and it has to stop now,” he said.
Additional reporting by Natasha Velez