Category Archives: Crime

Court denies motion for restraining order against Glen Plaskin

Update January 15, 2017- On January 10th, more testimony was heard, and the judge ultimately denied the plaintiffs’

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CB1’s Catherine McVay Hughes to “step down”

Update January 2, 2017- Former CB1 Chair Catherine McVay Hughes apparently did not leave CB1 altogether.

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BatteryPark.TV wins major victory in federal lawsuit against the BPCA and Howard Milstein

Update January 12, 2017- BPTV has won its third major victory as the federal judge ruled that the private-sector

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FiDi purse snatcher strikes again

Update January 11, 2017- It has happened again. Another woman in FiDi was violently mugged and

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The vultures get a whiff of the de Blasio carcass

December 23, 2016- In this past week, since the leak of the news that two different grand juries had convened

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It’s happened again: $5,000 Rolex stolen from Brookfield Place Equinox this time

January 6, 2017- This is not a re-run of an old story. Another man using the Equinox Gym in Brookfield

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A thug-mug in North BPC

January 5, 2017- A man was walking across River

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Thief Steals Man’s Wallet From Equinox, Spends $10K at Apple Store

December 3, 2015- Security at gyms is a joke, folks. People foolishly leave valuables inside

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Criminal charges soon to be filed against Mayor de Blasio?

Update December 16, 2016- Two different grand juries, one state and one federal, are convening to

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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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Stephen Starr’s office robbed

December 27, 2016- A Philadelphia paper reports, “Police are seeking the public’s help in locating a man

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BPTV’s holiday gifts to you all

December 22, 2016- Once Mayor de Blasio is indicted, and he will be, the only remaining state or city official whom BPTV has

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How does a millionaire like Jeff Galloway enjoy rent-subsidized apartments in Gateway?

(4000 people have read this as of December 10, 2016) Update March 11, 2016- New York State Comptroller DiNapoli is going after wealthy people who

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Viva la Preet

November 30, 2016- President Trump met with federal prosecutor Preet Bharara and decided to

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Another tourist assaulted in The Battery by ticket sellers

October 31, 2016- It has happened again. Another tourist in The Battery was assaulted by career felons

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CB1’s Ninfa Segarra has the guts to take on Glenn Plaskin, LeFrak, and Gateway

September 28, 2016- A class action was filed against LeFrak’s Gateway plaza back in April of 2014.

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Federal court refuses to dismiss lawsuit by Kirk Swanson against the BPCA

June 8, 2016- by Steven E. Greer, MD The federal lawsuit against the BPCA, brought by former BPCA executive Kirk Swanson, passed

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BPCA lawyer Seema Singh ousted

Update September 21, 2016- Seema Singh has indeed been removed from her position.

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Did Hillary Clinton really faint from “dehydration” or does she have a chronic neurological condition?

Update September 21, 2016- Reporters are finally asking Hillary real questions. The Post reports that

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We live in an age of unprecedented corporate corruption

October 21, 2016- by Steven E. Greer, MD We are living in an age where the establishment multi-national corporations are above the law.

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