Category Archives: – NYPD First Precinct

Protestors swarm Goldman Sachs headquarters

January 20, 2017- Protesting Trump’s appointment of several Goldman Sachs alumni to his cabinet, people

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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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South End Avenue needs to have front-in angled parking and storefronts closer to the street

Update June 22, 2016- by Steven E. Greer, MD Three years ago, the DOT was prepared to make much needed changes to South End Avenue,

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A model for working with the City DOT on city planning

June 26, 2013- By Steven E. Greer, MD What became a true model for how the community can interact with the City Department of Transportation

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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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$10,000 watch stolen from BPC Equinox gym

December 15, 2016- DNAinfo reports, “A TriBeCa man had his pricey watch taken from the locker of a Downtown Equinox, police said.

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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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Outrageous: Mayor de Blasio intentionally causing traffic congestion

December 3, 2016- The Post reports, “City officials have intentionally ground Midtown to a halt with

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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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Obama claims that there have been no terrorist attacks on our homeland

December 16, 2016- At President Obama’s final press conference, he had the nerve to claim

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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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Told you so: Cuomo and de Blasio conspired to block hundreds of thousands of Bernie voters in the April primary.

December 6, 2016- The WSJ reports:

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Trump Tower security

November 18, 2016

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Your big brother lives in Tribeca

November 17, 2016- The Post reports, “A massive, heavily fortified skyscraper that has puzzled New

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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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MTA bus driver arrested for gruesome murder-by-bus near The Battery

October 24, 2016- DNAinfo reports that an MTA bus driver was arrested after killing a pedestrian

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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

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Fulton Station gets its first subway jumper

October18, 2016- DNAinfo reports, “A person was struck by an A train Tuesday morning after jumping

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