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Friday, January 26, 2018

Bill de Blasio and James O’Neill’s NYPD: Hispanic Cop Accused of Firing Service Weapon While Holding up Man for His Clothes, Cash in Brooklyn; New York’s Finest Lied, Charging Innocent Passersby with Having Robbed and Fired at Him!

 


“NYPD Officer Anthony Delacruz (c., tan coat) carried out a bizarre mugging in which he fired his service revolver, the Brooklyn district attorney charged.”
 

By An Anonymous Reader

The new generation of New York's Finest - now adding aggravated armed robbery to the usual raft of drug-dealing “officers.”

For essentially being uneducated - and provided the complexion is correct - often borderline psychopathic, cops make a great salary, approaching $90 K within five years.

You must be mentally ill to toss a career like this, for what, maybe ~ $200 of loot?

Gotta maintain that “diverse” police force at all costs!

N.S.: To amplify what Anon said, there were surely red flags in Anthony Delacruz’ background check—misdemeanor crimes (possibly felonies that were undercharged), and/or criminal relatives or associates, and/or a history of bankruptcy—or does “the job” even do background checks of diversity hires in this don’t ask, don’t tell age of affirmative action?

Fifteen to 20 years ago, the New York Post did a story on a Hispanic female badge-and-gun holder (quite comely, as I recall), who had been hired, in spite of at least two red flags that would have automatically disqualified a non-AA hire. She had declared bankruptcy before being hired, and had an immediate family member who was a criminal. An accompanying photograph showed the alleged law enforcement officer with her brother, who was flashing gang signs.
 

This may have been a hate crime, as well. The only time I’ve ever heard of a robber stealing a man’s pants and shoes was when a racist black thug did it to a white man in England, in order to racially humiliate him.
 

NYPD cop accused of firing service weapon while holding up man for his clothes, cash in Brooklyn
By Christina Carrega Larry Mcshane
Updated: Wednesday, January 24, 2018, 4:13 P.M.
New York Daily News

An NYPD officer fired his service revolver in a bizarre May 2016 hold-up where the victim was forced to surrender his clothes, cash and cell phone, the Brooklyn district attorney charged Wednesday.

Officer Anthony Delacruz, in an attempt to cover up his crime, then accused four innocent people of robbing him at gunpoint in the middle of the night, authorities charged.

Delacruz, 34, was released on $100,000 bail after a Wednesday hearing where prosecutors said DNA from the robbery victim was found on the officer’s gun — and the theft’s incriminating aftermath captured on security video….

The accused cop’s unidentified accomplice was caught on the video holding Eilely’s shoes and pants as the man stood nearby in a T-shirt, boxer shorts and socks.

Witnesses had earlier heard Delacruz demanding the man’s clothes, prosecutors alleged. And cops responded to the scene after a 911 call reporting shots fired.

The officer was charged with robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, menacing, falsely reporting an incident and petit larceny. He faces up to 25 years in prison if convicted….

[If convicted, will he do any time, or merely skate with probation?]

 


Brooklyn DA Attorney Eric Gonzalez erred, in alleging that NYPD Officer Anthony Delacruz had one accomplice. DelaCruz allegedly had two accomplices. Here, in a WEJB/NSU exclusive, is their picture: Communist Mayor Bill de Blasio and his lackey, NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I am not sure what to make of this. He is being charged only with firing his service weapon? He is not being charged with attempted armed robbery?