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Naked Brooklyn woman dragged from apartment, left topless in hallway for minutes by NYPD officers who say she beat 12-year-old daughter — SEE THE VIDEO

Denise Stewart, 48, opened her Brownsville apartment door to NYPD officers, who heard shouting coming from inside the home, police said. When Stewart, who was wearing only a towel, tried to close the door, cops yanked her into the hallway. Stewart and another daughter, Diamond Stewart, 20, were later charged with assault.


Friday, August 1, 2014, 11:25 PM
A Brooklyn woman who had just taken a shower was dragged from her apartment by about 12 cops who then stood by for more than two minutes while she was naked in the hallway, according to video that emerged Friday.

Denise Stewart was in her Brownsville apartment on July 13 when police — responding to a domestic disturbance call at the building — pounded on her door at 11:45 p.m. and demanded entry.

Stewart, 48, cracked the door wearing only a towel wrapped around her body and underpants — and was yanked into the hallway by cops over the screams of her family and neighbors.

The video shows a chaotic scene as a dozen or so male officers burst into Stewart’s apartment, while several others struggle to subdue and cuff the nearly naked woman in the hallway outside.

Stewart’s towel got lost in the scuffle, leaving the grandmother dressed only in underpants.

“Oxygen, get my oxygen,” the mother of four can be heard saying to the cops, as they propped her bare body against the wall.

A cop shouts, “OK, OK,” and darts out of the screen.

Neighbors videotaping from the stairwell started shouting as Stewart, who has severe asthma, fainted and fell to the floor.

Stills from a video show NYPD officers responding to a 911 call reporting a domestic disturbance in a Brownsville, Brooklyn, building.EnlargeCops pounded on the door and dragged Denise Stewart into the hall while she was wearing a towel, the video shows.Enlarge

Stills from a video show NYPD officers responding to a 911 call reporting a domestic disturbance in a Brownsville, Brooklyn, building. Cops pounded on the door and dragged Denise Stewart into the hall while she was wearing a towel, the video shows.

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The NYPD chokes, pummels and kills; the LAPD roasts Chest (er's) nuts on open fires.  Before you call a cop, make sure your funeral plans are in order, because more than likely, since you're not dead, your time will be over when they arrive at your door, see you in your car or on the street or wherever.  There are no words for the WHITE MAN.

Isn't THAT  a black cop standing in between WHITE cops?   I mean he doesn't LOOK hispanic or is he just a spook who sat by and WATCHED?    How could this probably be?  This is 2014.  Where are the women's Gloria and other feminists?  Why aren't they OUTRAGED?  Why isn't the NAACP outraged?  Why isn't the BLACK community across this country OUTRAGED?    Come on now.  This is not a beyonce or nicki minaj concert.  This is REAL life.  Okay.  Where is Jackson....the black radicals/advocates for justice or even Sharpton?!!!!!  When the women and children are not PROTECTED, that is the downfall of a culture.  And you are witnessing our fall from grace in those photos.  Lordy!  Have mercy!  We done regressed.  But!  

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More gang activity...file this under 'payback'



Man Who Filmed Eric Garner Video Arrested on Weapons Charge

Ramsey Orta, 22, was arrested Saturday in Staten Island, N.Y., along with a companion, police say.

Posted: Aug. 3 2014 5:53 PM


The Rev. Al Sharpton introduces Ramsey Orta, the civilian who video recorded the incident with the NYPD and the late Eric Garner, during the funeral service for Eric Garner held at Bethel Baptist Church on July 23, 2014 in Brooklyn, N.Y.



The 22-year-old bystander who filmed Eric Garner’s fatal arrest was arrested Saturday on a charge of gun possession, Staten Live reports.

The man, Ramsey Orta, and a teenage woman, identified by police as Alba Lekaj, were arrested about 10 p.m. after leaving a hotel in Staten Island, N.Y., the report says.


The arrests came after officers from the 120th Precinct Narcotics Unit observed the pair leaving the hotel, which is known for drug activity, a New York Police Department spokeswoman told Staten Island Live. As the officers approached the pair for questioning, they reportedly saw Orta place an object in Lekaj's waistband, the spokeswoman told the news site.


The object was identified as “a loaded .25 caliber handgun that had been reported stolen in Michigan in 2007,” the report says.  Officers also found marijuana in Lekaj’s possession, the report says.


They were both charged with criminal possession of a loaded weapon. Lekaj also faces charges for possession of marijuana, police said, according to the news site.

Orta, slated to be arraigned on Monday, rose to fame after his amateur video of Garner’s fatal arrest went viral last month. The New York City Medical Examiner’s Office on Friday ruled the death a homicide, after Garner was placed in a chokehold by an officer during the arrest. The incident is under investigation by internal affairs investigators and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said the Justice Department is monitoring the investigation.


The Rev. Al Sharpton, who has been vocal about seeking justice for Garner and his family, was scheduled to address the impact of Orta’s arrest on Garner’s case at a news conference late Sunday, according to a statement.

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So, at this hotel "which is known for drug activity", [As if ANY Hotel/Motel is not], this was the only person they just happen to feel the need to "stop"/"Stop and Frisk".




Driving While Black

Walking While Black

Sitting In the Privacy of Your Own Home While Black

Being a child Sleeping on Your Grandmother's Sofa While Black

Being a Pregnant Woman While Black

Shopping While Black

Allegedly Not Paying A Bus Fare While Black

Trying Not To Get Murdered While Black

Standing On the Sidewalk While Black

Walking From the Store While Black

. . . [a million more ways to murder Black people with impunity]

and now, 

Going To A Motel While Black 


Police harassment, Police Intimidation, Witness Tampering, Abuse of Authority, and Abuse of Process. 

Originally Posted by sunnubian:

So, at this hotel "which is known for drug activity", [As if ANY Hotel/Motel is not], this was the only person they just happen to feel the need to "stop"/"Stop and Frisk".




Driving While Black

Walking While Black

Sitting In the Privacy of Your Own Home While Black

Being a child Sleeping on Your Grandmother's Sofa While Black

Being a Pregnant Woman While Black

Shopping While Black

Allegedly Not Paying A Bus Fare While Black

Trying Not To Get Murdered While Black

Standing On the Sidewalk While Black

Walking From the Store While Black

. . . [a million more ways to murder Black people with impunity]

and now, 

Going To A Motel While Black 


Police harassment, Police Intimidation, Witness Tampering, Abuse of Authority, and Abuse of Process. 

+ I am glad that this guy filmed whole incident.  The video stands on its own.  He is simply not a witness whose character needs to be reviewed by the potential jury.  The problem the police gang is going to have is that there were numerous eyewitnesses and others that also filmed this tragedy.  Rest in Peace Brother Garner...justice is due!! 

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Cops Pepper-sprayed 5 Month Old Baby, Mom Alleges in Lawsuit

A mother is suing the New York Police Department (NYPD) after cops allegedly pepper-sprayed her three little children.

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A mother is suing the New York Police Department (NYPD) over what she says was an instance of police brutality where cops pepper-sprayed her three little children. Courthouse News Service reportsthat the mother, Marilyn Taylor, made the claims recently in court about the alleged August 9 incident.


Taylor says that police officers pepper sprayed her three children, who are 5-months old and 2 and 4 years old. She claims that as she was on her way to board a Manhattan-bound L Train, officers stopped her and her husband and accused them of trying to skip a fare. Taylor was pushing a stroller with her two-year-old through a service door rather than the regular turnstile.


That’s when the police officers allegedly pepper sprayed Taylor, and the spray hit her children. The lawsuit claims that “the pepper-spray caused the children to scream out and choked the two-year old, who went into fits of vomiting.”


Taylor was arrested, and she said that cops pushed her down the stairs so harshly that the handcuffs bruised her wrists and lower back, according to Courthouse News Service. The officers who carried out the alleged brutality are named in the suit: Maripily Clase, Suranjit Dey and Jermaine Hodge.


Taylor’s husband, named Dehaven McClain, had to get all three children home by himself.


A day after the incident, Taylor says she “received an adjournment in contemplation of a dismissal, meaning the charges would be tossed if she did not get arrested again within a certain time,” according to the news outlet.

The lawsuit provides more details on the aftermath of the attack. “After the attack, mother and father suffered ongoing eye injuries and all three children suffer emotional harms, and are now afraid to ride the subways and become afraid when they see police officers. The four year-old cried herself to sleep for weeks, and after the incident the two-year-old began waking up in the night crying for her mother,” the complaint reads.


Taylor has said that the officers have continued to harass her since the August 9 event.


The family is seeking punitive damages for what they say were civil rights violations, assault, battery, negligence, and violations to the state and federal constitutions, according to theCourthouse News Service. The NYPD did not respond to requests for comment.



NYPD Cops Break 10-Year-Old Boy’s Leg and Sexually Assault His Mother


A New York City mother is claiming that the New York City Police Department (NYPD) broke her son’s leg and sexually assaulted her. Now, Krystle Silvera is filing a lawsuit against the NYPD.


Silvera says that a Brooklyn cop kicked her 10-year-old son in the shin, snapping his leg. The youth was recording him with his cell phone. That apparently set the officer off, resulting in the assault.

Police had been looking for Krystle Silvera’s ex-boyfriend in connection with violating an order of protection.


Krystle’s son Courtney Silvera was having breakfast when the police came to the door. He got up from his bowl of cereal and started filming. Soon, the police had broken his leg and to make matters worse, the officer began forcibly flicking Krystle’s nipple.

“The police had come to our house before (due to the domestic violence complaint) and he’s fascinated by the police, he looks up to them,” Krystle, a 30-year-old a nursing student at Long Island University, said.

Krystle’s 60-year-old mother had answered the door. Krystle was up stairs getting her 5-year-old daughter ready for school.

“I heard my son screaming, ‘You can’t do that! You’re hurting me! Don’t hit me!’ ” she explained.

She raced down stairs when an officer grabbed her, still in her underwear. She was forced outside, and while the officers restrained her, her breast was exposed from her bra. That’s when the officer began flicking her pierced nipple and nipple ring.

“The officer flicked the piercing, he flicked the ring up with his finger on my right breast. He said, ‘Is this what mothers look like these days?’

“My neighbors saw me naked. It was degrading. I can deal with the embarrassment of what (the police) did to me in front of my neighbors, but the hardest thing is explaining to my kids that not all police are bad,” she explained.

To add insult to injury, Silvera was charged with assaulting the cops but was released two days later on $1,500 bail.

When she returned home, her son’s broken leg was black-and-blue and swollen. She took him to Kings County Medical Center, where an X-ray made it clear that the leg was shattered.

Courtney had wanted to be a police officer himself when he grew up.

“I told my mom being a detective would be cool. I want to be a better detective than the one who did this.”

The family’s lawyer, Anthony Ofodile said, “I’ve seen a lot of police brutality cases, but nothing as low as this, kicking a 10-year-old boy.”

An NYPD spokeswoman said their Internal Affairs Bureau is looking into allegations in the suit.

What can you do?

Contact the Warrants Division and the 63rd Precinct in Flatlands, where the officers involved in this disgusting incident are employed:

Precinct: (718) 258-4411
Community Affairs: (718) 258-4444

SPREAD THE WORD and ask your friends and family to make some calls, DEMANDING that these officers be fired!

(Article M.B. David)



Truth be told:  A white man is a white man.  A cop is no different than the white man who strung Negroes up trees.  One wears white, in a pointed hood, the other wears blue, dressed in military garb.  They are forever the relatives of the SLAVE MASTER and whenever you are no longer ABLE TO MAKE MONEY FOR THEM, they have no USE FOR YOU.  Their mission is to SEND YOU TO YOUR AFRICAN GRAVE and they've done a good job right along with our AFRICAN BROTHERS. We're barely TOLERATED in "Europeans'" America and our "brothers" have lost their phuckin' minds, alongside the European's.  We stand OUT from the other "races" of the world, and collectively, we're detested to the max; that's why we have so damn many problems trying to continue to damn BREATHE during the life cycle.  Either they're killing us, or we're killing us.  Ain't that some shit??????

Was it a hug??




Police union president says Eric Garner was not put in chokehold

Presidents of police unions say Eric Garner was not placed in chokehold. [Ayana Harry/PIX11 News)

Presidents of police unions say Eric Garner was not placed in chokehold. (Ayana Harry/PIX11 News)


MANHATTAN (PIX11) — The president of the union representing New York City police officers says Eric Garner was not placed in a chokehold.  The explosive charge was made at a news conference Tuesday at PBA headquarters in lower Manhattan.


A report by the New York City Medical Examiner released last week ruled that the death was a homicide and listed one of the causes of Garner’s death as a chokehold.  PBA President Patrick Lynch called the ME’s report “political.”

“Look at the video in real time not frame by frame. The interaction of bringing this person down to the ground, which was necessary to bring him under arrest, was seconds.  When you look at it frame-by-frame, some would say it was a long period of time and it was a chokehold. He was a big man that had to be brought to the ground to be placed under arrest by shorter police officers. Sometimes the use of force is necessary, but it’s never pretty to watch,” Lynch said.


The PBA president and the Sergeant’s Benevolent Association president criticized the mayor and the police commissioner’s handling of the situation.

“There’s a lack of respect for law enforcement resulting from the slanderous, insulting and unjust manner in which police officers are being portrayed by race-baiters, politicians, pundits and even our elected officials,” said Lynch, according to the New York Observer.


The union presidents also lashed out at the Rev. Al Sharpton.

“Al Sharpton is not a credible individual. He never has been, yet he’s all over the media. He gets front page,” said SBA President Edward Mullins, according the NY Observer.


“I do not believe he has credibility. I believe he has an opinion and we will protect his right to give that opinion. But he doesn’t have the right to make up facts. He shouldn’t have the right to sit at the lead table at City Hall and stir up the streets and then it becomes dangerous for police officers,” said Lynch.

Sharpton released a statement Tuesday afternoon in response to the news conference.


“It is time to have a mature conversation about policing rather than immature name calling and childish attempts to scapegoat.  Again, we will continue to pursue a fair federal investigation to determine where the facts lie,” Sharpton said.


Random policing?


Now Cops Arrest Wife Of Man Who Filmed Fatal NYPD Chokehold


Via WCBS 2


On Monday, Ramsey Orta, who filmed the police administering a fatal chokehold during an arrest, said that police were gleeful when they arrested him for criminal gun possession, and he accused the police of setting him up. Now Orta's wife has been arrested. At this point, anyone with the last name "Orta" should probably consider changing it to Torta. Mmmm, tortas.

The Staten Island Advance reports that Chrissie Ortiz, 30, "was arrested on assault charges, an NYPD spokesman said. Ms. Ortiz was arrested at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday in front of 206 Bay St. in a dispute with a female." She was released on a desk appearance ticket.


Police say that Orta, 22, who has a lengthy arrest record, tried to hide a gun on a 17-year-old girl on Saturday. Orta has been in the spotlight since the Daily News obtained his video documenting the July 17 arrest of Eric Garner, who died while the police were trying to restrain him and put him in a chokehold. Last week, Garner's death was ruled a homicide.


Orta and Ortiz both have insisted that he was framedShe said on Sunday, "They park across the street, they follow him. I'm speaking [about] the NYPD. It's obvious. Once they rule this a homicide, now you all of a sudden find something on him? Come on, let's be realistic. Even the dumbest criminal would know not to be doing something like that outside. So the whole story doesn't fit at all."


Orta remains in police custody on $75,000 bail.

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Straight From the Ku Klux Klan Playbook.


Jim crow flourished in this country, not necessarily because that ALL Americans were racists, but because all the ones who were not were threatened, harassed, black-balled, had cooperation with racists extorted out of them, or were also beaten, and murdered.  


These are the same tactics.  Black people still live under jim crow in America.   

I will continue to post stories like this so that my people can be careful in NYC...



EMTs Had to Stop Police From Beαting a Handcuffed Man on a Stretcher

Emergency medical workers in New York were forced to intervene to stop NYPD officers from beαtingNYPD3 a man who was already handcuffed and on a stretcher.

The New York Daily News reports that the four EMTs who witnessed the beαting turned in the officers responsible.


According to reports, the incident began on July 20th when a person being treated by the EMTs spιt on the medical service providers and swore at them.

That’s when police began pυnching the man while he was laid out on the stretcher. According to a written statement by the EMTs, at one point the officers threw the man off the stretcher then put him back on.

The beαting only stopped after the EMTs physically intervened, according to FDNY documents.


The Daily News describes the incident:


The two FDNY emergency medical technicians were called to Brooklyn’s 67th Precinct stationhouse between Rogers and Nostrand Aves. in East Flatbush around 7:30 p.m. to bring the patient to a nearby hospital.

ESU arrived to restrain the man for transport. He was combative and banging his head against the wall, reports said.

The patient was also described as being emotionally disturbed when paramedics arrived.


“Pt. came out of the cell in cuffs. Pt. became combative with PD and (was) put on our stretcher,” wrote an EMT about the incident.



“Pt. was struck in the face by an officer … pt. spit in the face of an officer, whereupon the officer punched the pt. in the face multiple times,” read the report.


More cops piled on the patient as well, said the EMT.
“Three cops began to punch the patient in the face, EMS (had) to get in the middle of it to intervene. Pt’s. wounds and injuries cleaned in the (ambulance),” the report said.

I am going to NYC in the few days. I'll keep these stories in mind. 


I wish the NYC had liberal gun laws because I would be packing but then again, they'll just give them a reason to shoot me instead of choking me or beating the hell out of me.


Oh BTW, the Bloods in Jersey City are going against Jersey City police for shooting down two come no gangstas in NYC going against the police there? Where the streets at? 



The first police shooting


Authorities have released the identity of the 20-year-old man who died Tuesday night after he was shot by a Jersey City police officer during a scuffle earlier in the day.

Lavon King, of Jersey City, was shot in the chest by a police officer after he struggled with the officer in the backyard of an Ege Avenue home, Hudson County Assistant Prosecutor Gene Rubino said in a statement.

King, who according to Rubino, had several open warrants, died at 8:54 p.m. after undergoing surgery at Jersey City Medical Center.

The investigation is being conducted by the Hudson County Prosecutor's Office's homicide unit, which is standard protocol whenever there is a police-involved shooting, Rubino added.

According to the HCPO's preliminary investigation, a pair of Jersey City police officers from the Emergency Services Unit spotted King on Kearney Avenue at approximately 4:30 p.m. While one officer pursued him on foot, another followed in a police vehicle, Rubino said.

King was tracked to the Ege Avenue backyard, where he entered an unlocked shed, Rubino said.

As one of the officers entered the shed with his firearm drawn, King struggled with the officer and "attempted to disarm" him, Rubino added.

At that point, the officer fired one round, striking the 20-yeard-old in his chest, Rubino said.

Earlier today, a woman recounted the incident, having heard the gunfire from her window nearby.

"It happened really quickly," said the woman, who only provided her first name, Yvette. "I heard two gunshots, they sounded like firecrackers. Then I heard a man say, 'Why did you shoot me?'"

Yvette then looked out her window into the yard of 105 Ege Ave. and says she heard the police respond, "You shouldn't have been wrestling with us."

Rubino added that King had five open cases in Superior Court for drugs and theft, as well as a pending violation of probation.

The HCPO did not disclose the status of the police officer who shot King, nor did it release any additional information about incident.


“The Cops targeted are those who are working the DOT skyway Detail single man unit,” the memo states. “In addition to shooting a Police Officer, members of the BLOODS will attack and shoot Jersey City EMTs because they know the Police Officers will respond immediately to their back-up.”

The memo calls on members specifically in Camden and Newark. It concludes, citing a reliable source, that “the BLOODS will not stop” until the National Guard is called in.

The Hudson County View reported that a source — who remained anonymous because the source isn’t authorized to speak on the matter — told the paper that the memo is authentic.

WABC-TV in New York ran a report about a similar memo but didn’t reveal the name of the gang; the station noted that other documents suggest gang members are stashing automatic weapons in abandoned buildings, possibly in preparation for a police-related attack.

Jersey City Public Safety Director Jim Shea said the threat isn’t credible and has been taken out of context.


“What happened here is one member of our force put the threat out on social media where it was viewed by people who do not have the context to view it and judge it for what it is and they took it at face value,” Shea said, according to, citing an interview with The Jersey Journal.

Shea also questioned the ability of the Bloods to carry out such an attack. ”The idea that they are an organized group that could send people from city to city is ridiculous,” he said. “Anybody I’ve ever met who self identifies himself as a Blood is lucky he could tie his shoes, at a mental level.”

While the alleged call to gang members outside Jersey City reportedly stems from the shooting death of 20-year-old Lavon King, WABC said, who was killed during a struggle with Jersey City police late last month, tensions have seemingly spiked since Officer Santiago’s murder last weekend.

Santiago was killed while responding to reports of an armed robbery early Sunday at a 24-hour drug store.


Authorities said the suspect, 27-year-old Lawrence Campbell, grabbed a security guard’s gun and waited for police to arrive before opening fire. Campbell was then killed by police. The suspect reportedly told a witness to watch the news because he was “going to be famous.”

A wake for Officer Santiago is scheduled for Thursday afternoon and his funeral is scheduled for Friday morning.

‘Thug in Peace’: Sidewalk Memorial for Cop Killer Angers Police

Emotions heightened further after the creation of sidewalk memorial to Campbell in his neighborhood with slogans such as “Thug in Peace.” Mayor Steven Fulop ordered the display taken down: “I am not going to let a few residents pretend like they express the views of a great city like Jersey City,” he said, reported.


Angelique Campbell, Campbell’s widow, told News 12 New Jersey on Sunday she was sorry for Santiago’s family but her husband should have killed more officers if they were planning to kill him; she later apologized for her remarks.

Campbell also said she isn’t looking to restore the sidewalk memorial.

“Both families are hurt. Let this cop be laid to rest peacefully. Let Lawrence be put to rest peacefully. That’s it,” she told the Associated Press on Tuesday. “There’s no back-and-forth. I don’t want to argue with no cops, I don’t want to fight with no cops. I just want to put him in the ground, he’s gone, that’s it.”

Shooting Near Sidewalk Memorial

On Tuesday a Jersey City police officer shot a man who authorities said attacked the officer and his partner with a sharpened fence post — about a block from the Campbell memorial, NJ.comreported.

According to a preliminary investigation, two emergency services officers saw the 25-year-old man at approximately 2:30 a.m. and ordered him to drop the post, the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office said in a statement.

Authorities said the man threw the post through the vehicle’s passenger-side window, hitting an officer in the head. The man then reached through the window and grabbed the officer’s rifle, authorities said. The two struggled for the rifle, which discharged through the vehicle’s door and struck the man, officials said.

The officers exited the vehicle and ordered the man to the ground. One officer opened fire after authorities said the man refused to show his hands and hid a hand in his waistband. The man was taken to a hospital and was expected to undergo surgery for non-life-threatening injuries, the prosecutor’s office said. The man’s name has not been released. The police officers were also being treated.




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