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James Blake wants NYPD cop who tackled him to be fired

Manhattan - When a video surfaced that showed former tennis star James Blake being tackled by a plainclothes New York City Police officer, it prompted apologies from mayor Bill de Blasio and police commissioner Bill Bratton.

New York cops kill bystander after undercover gun buy goes bad

Mount Vernon - A bystander was shot and killed by a New York police officer after an undercover gun buy went wrong in the New York City suburb of Mount Vernon, police said on Saturday. The bystander was shot while the officer was chasing a fleeing suspect.

NYPD cops receive $151,000 in forced rehab placement

A federal jury has awarded two New York City police officers a combined $151,000 in a long-running suit that alleged NYPD substance abuse counselors forced them into alcohol rehab.

Op-Ed: Gov. Cuomo calls Mayor de Blasio's agenda 'repugnant'

New York - The liberal mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, sailed into office with 73 percent of the vote in his recent election.

Funeral & rally in Brooklyn for 16-year-old Kimani Gray (video)

New York - On March 9, 16-year-old Kimani Gray was shot seven times during an encounter with two plain-clothed police officers. On Saturday a moving funeral service was held, followed by a rally for justice for the slain teenager on Sunday.

Occupy activist Michael Premo cleared in NYPD case by video proof

New York - Occupy Wall Street activist, Michael Premo was acquitted of assaulting a police officer, amongst other charges, at a December 17, 2011 OWS demonstration in Lower Manhattan. Video evidence of the incident was presented and jurors found him not guilty.

NYPD and Occupy worked well together after Sandy

New York - Despite problems in the past between the NYPD and the Occupy movement, officers with the New York Police Department are crediting Occupy Wall Street members for helping curb crime in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

Mass arrests as OWS celebrates 1 year anniversary (videos)

New York - Over 180 protesters were arrested and photographers abused as Occupy Wall Street took over the Financial District of New York yelling, 'Banks got bailed out, we got sold out.'

Nine victims at Empire State Building hit by police bullets

New York - Nine of the shooting victims at the Empire State building in New York City Friday were hit by police officer’s bullets during a chaotic shootout with a lone gunman.

New York Times photojournalist fights brutal NYPD arrest

New York - Robert Stolarik was doing his job, covering the arrest of a 16-year-old girl in the Bronx, when the NYPD brutally assaulted and arrested him.

NYPD will not provide defense for Police Officer Anthony Bologna

New York - Police Officer Anthony Bologna of the NYPD was caught on video, pepper-spraying two female Occupy Wall Street members and now faces a civil lawsuit.

Kidnap victim found in Queens garage of NYPD detective

New York - A 25-year-old man has been kidnapped and held for $75,000 ransom in a Queens, New York garage belonging to a New York Police Department detective.

'Terrorist cell' in New Brunswick turns out to be NYPD hideout

New Brunswick - A building superintendent was just doing his job when he phoned the New Brunswick police department to report a suspected terrorist cell.

NYPD caught embellishing its anti-terrorism record

New York - The New York Police Department has been boasting that it has foiled 14 terrorist attacks since 9/11. Only thing is, apparently this isn't true at all.

Video interview with police captain Ray Lewis — 'Occupy Cop'

An exclusive interview with retired Philadelphia police Captain Ray Lewis, supporter of the Occupy Wall Street movement. He explains why he may lose his union benefits for his beliefs.

Win in NYPD case against OWS due to video footage

New York - Alexander Arbuckle went on trial for disorderly conduct in the Occupy Wall Street protest early on New Years' Day. However, he won his case due to the video footage of a journalist.

Video: NYPD officers caught dirty dancing at parade

New York - The NYPD is feeling the heat after a video surfaced on the Internet showing a few officers dirty dancing with scantily-clad participants at the West Indian Day parade, which is known for its uninhibited dancers, festive music, and wild, colorful costumes.

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