Category Archives: – Downtown oversight

Essay: Quid pro Cuomo: Governor Cuomo appoints only BPCA board members who donate millions to him

February 25, 2018- The NYT reports, “To tally the donations that Mr. Cuomo has received

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Essay: Sheer negligence allowed terrorist truck attack on Lower Manhattan

Update January 29, 2018- I told you so. We Inform. Victims of the Halloween ISIS attack are suing the city for negligence.

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Essay: Stuff that scared the sh*t out of me in 2017

December 27, 2017- by Steven E. Greer, MD It has been a crazy and historic year. Depending on which side of the political fight one stands,

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Essay: Obama is the biggest liar ever to occupy The White House

December 12, 2016- by Steven E. Greer, MD There were at least 25 Christians murdered yesterday while they were in church on Sunday morning.

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Essay: The United States just entered into a second Civil War

Update November 5, 2017- Outspoken conservative senator Rand Paul was attacked by his neighbor,

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Essay: 2017 is the Year of the Woman

Update December 6, 2017- Time Magazine (which is no longer even a magazine or relevant)

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Quid pro Cuomo gives $1 Billion stadium contract to big donor

October 24, 2018- The Post reports, “One of Gov. Cuomo’s biggest donors has landed a $1 billion-plus

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Pennsylvania Mayor gets 15-years in prison for rigging contracts (just like Governor Quid pro Cuomo)

October 23, 2018- by Steven E. Greer BPTV has reported extensively on the routine use of RFP contract rigging by the BPCA to drive

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The new BPCA administration, courtesy of Steven E. Greer

March 7, 2018- by Steven E. Greer, MD On March 5th, the BPCA convened a town hall meeting in 6 River Terrace. On display for the first time

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Politico lists three BPC moguls as top donors to Corrupt Cuomo

July 19, 2018- In the wake of the recent convictions for corruption of Cuomo’s top staff for rigging

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Will Sheldon Silver ever see a day in prison?

Update October 5, 2018– Shelly dodged jail again. His appeal papers are due December 3rd.

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Terrorist strikes BPC

September 29, 2018- Federal prosecutes are seeking the death penalty for “bike path terrorist”

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Tip of the Week: Ed Koch explains how to deal with “Crazies” in NYC politics

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Exclusive: BPCA head of human resources, Brenda McIntyre, fired

October 21, 2017- BPTV has learned that Brenda McIntyre, Vice President of Human Resources at the

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BPCA long-time CFO, Robert Serpico, leaving

Update December 7, 2016- Today was BPCA CFO Robert Serpico’s last public board meeting.

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Exclusive: BPCA Chief of Staff Kevin McCabe leaves

Update June 20, 2018- As we suspected, the strange departure of McCabe was due to his lifeline

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BPCA secretly replaces General Counsel Alix Pustilnik

April 12, 2018- by Steven E. Greer During the April 10th BPCA board meet, General Counsel Alix Pustilnik was not present. This is

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BPCA President Shari Hyman leaves amidst scandal

September 15, 2017- The Tribeca Tribune reported that BPCA President Shari Hyman has left her job

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BPCA board member Martha Gallo ousted from her day job at AIG

August 23, 2018- BPTV has followed the private sector career of BPCA board member Martha Gallo because she has been closely involved in the largest financial crimes in history.

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City decides to place traffic light at Rector Place and South End Ave

The dangerous intersection of West Thames and South End Ave where a light is needed September 6, 2018- It is being reported in local press that the City DOT will finally install a traffic light on

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