Category Archives: Crime

Yes. You can defend yourself against Internet defamation.

Update July 19, 2016- We had another court appearance and the judged signed an order

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Feds say Wolf of Wall Street was produced by stolen Malaysian money

July 21, 2016- The Post reports on the 2013 Wolf of Wall Street movie filmed right in our own marina. That yacht might have been paid for by stolen loot.

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From now on, June 8th is “First Amendment Day”

June 9, 2016- by Steven E. Greer, MD Folks, something historic took place yesterday. BatteryPark.TV and a federal judge defended

Posted in - City government, - Community Board 1, - Downtown oversight, - Federal government, - NYPD First Precinct, - Politics, - State Government, Battery Park City and BPCA, Crime, Lawyers, Op-Ed | 2 Comments

Port Authority Chairman pleads guilty to federal conspiracy

Update July 14, 2016- He pleaded guilty.

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Former jewel of NYC parks, BPC Parks are now neglected beds of weeds

Update June 19, 2016- We added some “Before” photos at the bottom.

Posted in - Politics, - Real estate, - State Government, Battery Park City and BPCA, Crime, Decline of our parks, Parks | 1 Comment

Crooked de Blasio gives favor to his helicopter company donors

July 21, 2016- Mayor de Blasio is under federal investigation for giving quid pro quo favors to

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This is what the de Blasio and Obama world looks like now

July 19, 2016- The Post has a disturbing video of a 65-yo white male being knocked out by a black male,

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BPCA flagrantly ignores FOIL, again

July 18, 2016- by Steven E. Greer Eight months ago, in December of 2015, anticipating that Brookfield would take over the public

Posted in - Brookfield Place, - Community Board 1, - Downtown oversight, - Real estate, - State Government, Battery Park City and BPCA, Crime | 1 Comment

The auto-bill scam

July 19, 2016- by Steven E. Greer One of the biggest crimes being perpetrated by American companies nowadays is this “auto-bill”

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Already, the bad precedent set by President Obama emboldens corrupt New York pols

July 7, 2016- by Steven E. Greer Just one day after writing an essay about how the White House’s egregious handling of the Hillary

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People are asking, “Where did all the AlliedBarton Ambassadors go?”

July 8, 2016- by Steven E. Greer I am not the only one who has noticed that all of those bright-green-shirted AlliedBarton Ambassadors,

Posted in - Downtown oversight, - NYPD First Precinct, - State Government, Battery Park City and BPCA, Crime, Gripes, Parks | 2 Comments

Dear President Obama: Is it an existential threat yet?

Update July 15, 2016- In Paris during a Bastille Day celebration, more than 80 innocent children,

Posted in - Federal government, - NYPD First Precinct, - Politics, -- In the News, Crime, Gripes, Guns, Op-Ed | 1 Comment

Woman on bike hit and killed by SUV at West Side Highway and Chambers Street

Update July 14, 2016- Downtown Express has a photo of the woman killed on her bike last month.

Posted in - NYPD First Precinct, Battery Park City and BPCA, Child care, Crime, Gripes, Parks | 2 Comments

The noose tightens around Mayor de Blasio

Update July 8, 2016- A Florida congresswoman was indicted by the Feds for setting up a fake

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Never accept the original sales pitch

July 8, 2016- by Steven E. Greer I am doing a lot of shopping for basic services and home furnishings. I am amazed at how flagrantly

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We now have the government that our Founding Fathers expressly warned about

July 6, 2016- by Steven E. Greer, MD Yesterday, FBI Director Comey wrapped up their long investigation into Hillary Clinton announcing

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Accountant living at Gateway Plaza arrested allegedly as part of massive cocaine ring

July 5, 2016- In May of 2015, a banker, Thomas Hughes, aged 29, likely depressed by coming down from

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CB1 elects new chairman nobody wants

Update July 1, 2016- Notaro is now the full Chairman of the entire CB1.

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CB1’s Catherine McVay Hughes to “step down”

April 26, 2016- by Steven E. Greer, MD No one with power ever “steps down” voluntarily. Sumner Redstone is 92 and being pushed out of

Posted in - Downtown oversight, - Politics, -- Neighborhoods, Crime, Gripes, Op-Ed, TriBeCa | 1 Comment

Get to know your rights granted by The Constitution

May 30, 2016- by pro se litigant Steven E. Greer, MD Now that I am a federal plaintiff and pro se litigator, with a viable case asserting my First Amendment rights,

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