Monthly Archives: January 2015

Deputy Suspended for Hitting, Threatening Man who Declined to be Searched

A New York sheriff’s deputy was suspended late this week after a viral video surfaced that appeared to show him slapping and threatening a man who declined to let him search his car without a warrant.

The deputy, reported by multiple media outlets to be Sgt. Shawn Glans, has been removed from duty without pay pending an investigation, the Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office confirmed.

You will never see that happen in Cattaraugus County New York, where all they do is cover up this type of criminal conduct, especially if it involves a Sheriffs Deputy who has already been sued for similar actions and perjury in Federal Court.  More on this story here.

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NY Sheriff: Throw out NY SAFE Act pistol permit re-certification invite

Fulton County Sheriff Thomas J. Lorey made it clear in a YouTube video that he intends to fight a part of the New York SAFE Act.

During a passionate speech to the Oath Keepers, an organization that advocates disobeying orders that they think violate the Constitution, Lorey explained how Fulton County residents should tear up invitations to re-certify their pistol permits.

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POLICE STATE NEW YORK – SHERIFF’S SWAT Team Demolishes Home To Arrest Man For DUI, Family Left Homeless

police-state-new-yorkYou have got to see what they did to this house, over a DWI. Did the guy ever hurt anybody when he was busted for DWI? Any actual victim…

Ohh… but the statistics show he could sometime in the future hurt someone.

I have a crystal ball too, and I can foretell the future too, and I have a bridge I would like to sell you also.

Perfect example of what happens when you militarize domestic police forces.

Is it any wonder the great exodus from New York is on and continuing… Higher taxes, less freedoms, time for some change.

The US is has 5% of the worlds population yet 25% Percent of the World’s Prisoners. More then Russia and China COMBINED

How does New York fair with the rest of the states? Right up there in the top ten.

Danby, New York – A SWAT team in New York entirely demolished a family’s home last week in order to arrest a DUI suspect. They first claimed that the Husband was holding his family hostage, which the wife has stated was total lies. 

The aftermath of the raid looked more like the devastation caused by a tornado or earthquake, and the police have made no mention of the destruction in their reports.

During the standoff, the suspect shot and killed himself to avoid going to jail, but now his family is left homeless, and there is very little chance that the police who participated in the raid will help in any way.

Listen to what the wife’s side of the story; 

  • “we were never held hostage”
  • “I gave them everything they needed to get him out of that home safely”
  • “They used flash bangs and she found at least 67 canisters of tear gas”

They drove right through the house.

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Vice.com Article on New York the Most Corrupt State in America

Well, good old New York just made the news again. A vice article just listed New York as the most corrupt states in the US.

With all of the scandals going on its no wonder. Something us New Yorker’s should really be proud of!

As Dick Dadey, the head of Citizens Union Foundation, a nonprofit good governance group, stated, “This year, you had a record number of state officials that either resigned from office or were indicted because of corruption or corruption-related issues.”

New York ranks number two in most public officials indicted.  A watchdog group called Integrity Florida pointed to older data that show 1,762 individuals have been convicted on public corruption charges in Florida — an average of 50 people per year. That’s a lot, but it’s not as many as New York, which saw 2,522 officials convicted over the same stretch. More than 2,300 California officials went to jail over the same period, the group said.

John Kaehny, the head of Reinvent Albany, a transparency and accountability group, has stated in a recent telephone interview that Albany is a “cess pool.” He also stated that the scariest part of the Sheldon Silver corruption allegations is how easy it is to pull off. Because by and large, it’s protected by law. At least in Albany they make laws up to protect their questionable behavior, in Cattarauguas County, New York they don’t even bother doing that.  They try to enforce laws that don’t even exist.

It’s time for the good citizens of the State of New York to exercise their powers properly and clean house.

Read the whole article here.

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