Category Archives: Crime

This could be the best interview ever aired on Fox Business

August 15, 2017- by Steven E. Greer, MD Martin Shkreli was on Fox Business today, and the set seemed familiar. Ironically, I was in this Fox

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Hideous Nathan’s hot dog cart now at Vesey

August 5, 2017- I used to give a crap about things like this. Now, I think that Brookfield and the local

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Trump’s CIA will be smarter than Obama’s

January 22, 2017- by Steven E. Greer, MD President Trump’s pick to head the CIA, Mike Pompeo, finished first in his class at West Point and

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Why the announcement of a special counsel is good for President Trump

May 18, 2017- by Steven E. Greer, MD Without the usual leaks to the press giving them a heads up, President Trump’s DOJ announced

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Obama stooges try to stage a coup of the Trump administration

Update March 4, 2017- The plot thickens. President Trump has announced that President

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Give me your money, bitch

August 9, 2017- A man was arrested by clever First Precinct detective work after he tried to rob a woman

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No sex in the champagne room anymore at Remix

Update April 4, 2017- There is literally no sex in the campaign room at Remix anymore, folks. The SLA revoked

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NYT covers the violence in The Battery

May 29, 2017- The NYT published an extensive article on the criminals and companies that employ

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Tribeca Citizen blogger steals BatteryPark.TV’s intellectual property, again

July 6, 2017- by Steven E. Greer Over the years, since forming BatteryPark.TV in 2009, our original reporting has been stolen

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Tribeca Wall Street banker arrested for shoplifting at Whole Foods

July 14, 2017- The Post reports that a Tribeca banker, Jordan Lupu, the co-head of global prime

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Shelly Silver walks

July 13, 2017- As predicted, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the conviction

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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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Folks, you won’t die if you jump 10-feet from the esplanade

June 30, 2017- The TribecaTribune was dead wrong, literally. This jumper was alive and well and taken to Bellevue.

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Shocker: Large public construction project in Staten Island is over-budget and behind schedule

June 25, 2017- What a shocker: The “World’s Largest” Ferris-wheel being constructed in Staten Island,

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Mayor de Blasio’s NYPD threatens watchdog blogger exposing placard parking abuse

June 24, 2017- BatteryPark.TV has worked with the twitter account @placardabuse to expose the abuse

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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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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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Exclusive: Federal judge might order the BPCA to be restructured

June 9, 2017- by Steven E. Greer, MD As viewers know, BPTV has already caused the BPCA to undergo significant changes. Now, as a

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The city to crack down on its employees parking illegally using placards

May 25, 2017- BatteryPark.TV has previously taken action against city employee placard parking abuse. Now, the mayor is doing the same.

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FBI’s James Comey admits under oath that he leaked classified government documents to The New York Times

June 8, 2017- by Steven E. Greer, MD The Democrats and

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