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    OH Now you want more Police

    As Ive always said, the left wing press tells us how Police are hated and feared and blahblah and yet minority communities are always begging for more police. The MEDIA just like OBAMA and LYNCH protect the few scumbags at the expense of all the decent people

    First to sound off was City Councilwoman Diana Ayala, representing East Harlem as well as parts of the South Bronx covered by the crime-ridden 40th Precinct — whose station house played host to the meeting.




    “I . . . have been to too many shooting responses in the last few weeks,” said Ayala, seated at the far end of the dais that also included de Blasio and O’Neill. “That is unacceptable. We should not live as a community in fear


    Ayala admitted that enforcement was trending in the right *direction, but said it hasn’t gone far enough for the minority communities she serves.
    “While crime has significantly gone down citywide — and I agree that it has — it hasn’t been reduced enough in communities of color,” she said.

    Councilman Rafael Salamanca, whose Bronx district is also covered by the 40th Precinct, added that he had written letters “time and time again” requesting more cops to patrol the “ground zero for the opioid crisis.”


    Salamanca expressed optimism that the planned 2021 opening of a new 40th Precinct station house just blocks from the area — announced at the start of the meeting — would bring that enforcement.


    After the meeting, a high-ranking police source blasted the impromptu town hall as “unhelpful and unnecessary.”


    Another insider railed against the evolution of the monthly crime briefings into a soapbox for the mayor and his invitees.

    https://nypost.com/2018/07/10/de-bla...rime-briefing/
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    To Hell with those minority communities. They cry for more police and then refuse to cooperate with them Why waste resources for nothing.

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