No 1983 Action for Officer Wilson, per DOJ

Darren WilsonThe residents of Ferguson, Missouri won’t be be terribly pleased.

From the NYTimes.com:

Justice Dept. to Recommend No Civil Rights Charges in Ferguson Shooting

by Matt Apuzzo & Michael S. Schmidt

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department has begun work on a legal memo recommending no civil rights charges against a white police officer in Ferguson, Mo., who killed an unarmed black teenager in August, law enforcement officials said.

That would close the politically charged case in the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. The investigation by the F.B.I., which is complete, found no evidence to support civil rights charges against the officer, Darren Wilson, the officials said.

This therefore lends much credence to the chronology of events as portrayed by ex-Ferguson Police Department Officer Darren Wilson, who indicated that suspect Michael Brown did in fact attempt to disarm him and did in fact strike him, requiring the application of force which, in that case, was Officer Wilson’s sidearm.

Think about this: ex-Officer Wilson was forced to resign and he and his family subject to death threats locally and nationally, despite his actions being upheld in two separate legal venues: the Grand Jury failed to indict, and the US Department of Justice will fail to charge.

Officer Wilson’s actions were scrutinized for months by, literally, hundreds of persons, one sitting jury and the US DOJ.  He was exonerated in both instances and still his professional and likely his private life was destroyed.

For responding properly to a threat.

Don’t think for a moment there wasn’t great pressure on the DOJ to find something, anything on Darren Wilson, with said pressure coming directly from the Oval Office and the Racial Pimps, NYC and DC chapters.

On a professional and clinical level, justice was done.

On a personal level, one good man’s life was changed forever.

BZ

 

Nothing says “disrespect” like jeans at a NY City police officer funeral

DeBlasio Funeral DisrespectThe wife of NYC Mayor William deBlasio at the funeral for a NYPD officer.

You do the math on this one.

BZ

 

Imagine that: NYPD cop killer & Islam

NYPD Cop KillerNo linkage there whatsoever, eh?

None at all.

Please see this.

BZ

 

Gay Pajama Boy says:

Pajama Boy Revealed

Gay Pajama Boy, like so many others, has no proverbial “skin in the game” in terms of protests on many fronts.

He has a major backstop: his parents.

And yet, the American Media Maggots listen to this jejune arshole.  Because he can protest in the security and quietude of his own home.

BZ

 

What happens when NY calls a cop and no one responds?

Police GraduatesFrom Politico.com:

De Blasio’s nightmare

by Maggie Haberman and Glenn Thrush

New York’s mayor has lost the police — and maybe much more than that.

Bill de Blasio, like his progressive political idol Barack Obama, is finding out that you can’t do the New Politics if you don’t pay attention to the old politics.

That a civic tragedy would so quickly devolve into a full-blown political crisis for the new mayor was testament to the vehemence of anti-de Blasio elements in the police union — and the mayor’s mistaken belief that his 2013 victory gave him the right to shred an old Gotham political playbook that dictated a mayor show deference to the New York Police Department.

You can’t be big-city mayor and alienate the cops — and that’s just as true now as it was under three-term New York City Mayor Ed Koch, or even a century ago.

But here is the cutting truth:

You can’t be big-city mayor and alienate the cops — and that’s just as true now as it was under three-term New York City Mayor Ed Koch, or even a century ago.

“Koch was loved by the cops and always told all his successors that you must have the support of the cops, that the cops can be your best friend. If Koch were alive today that’s what he would tell Bill de Blasio,” said George Arzt, former press secretary to Koch, whose election in 1977 election greatly improved City Hall-police relations.

De Blasio “needs to press reset in his relationship with the cops,” Arzt said.

Good luck with that. The bad blood between the NYPD and de Blasio is nothing new — it dates back to an election campaign centered on de Blasio’s withering criticism of the Bloomberg administration’s stop-and-frisk policy, and his close alliance with the Rev. Al Sharpton, who has organized scores of protests targeting cops over their behavior toward urban blacks.

Stop and think.  Giuliani’s policies and “stop and frisk” just happened to make NYC the safest major city in the United States, over Chicago, over Detroit, over Atlanta, over Los Angeles, over San Francisco.  Los Angeles would love to have 34,000 cops in the city, like New York.  Instead, LAPD has 9,843 officers.

What de Blasio got was this:

The low-boil contempt for de Blasio, which has been building for months, erupted publicly on Saturday when dozens of cops turned their backs on the mayor as he arrived at the Brooklyn hospital where the bodies of officers Wenjian Liu, 32, and Rafael Ramos, 40, had been taken

But in his past roles as a public official, he’s often sided with the victims of police brutality, and he recently told an interviewer that he has told Dante, his teenage mixed-race son, not to reach for a cellphone around officers because it might put him in danger as a “a young man of color.”

What a load of bullshit.

And that’s what cops have: an amazing Furuno radar locked onto specious bullshit and hypocrisy.

Because the narrative is so incredibly ridiculous.  Police shooting blacks?  Hello?  Young black males are geometrically more likely to die at the hands of their peers than anyone else.

Further, a bit of “inside baseball” with regard to NYPD and de Blasio:

But the action that turned off cops most of all was his defense of City Hall staffer Rachel Noerdlinger, a longtime Sharpton aide whose son and boyfriend posted anti-police messages on their Facebook accounts. The boyfriend allegedly tried to drive a cop off the road in Edgewater, New Jersey, and later pleaded to a lesser offense, according to the New York Post. The mayor stood behind Noerdlinger for weeks until her son was arrested for trespassing — and even then he didn’t fire her. When she left her job, City Hall officials said she was on leave.

“His words and his deeds don’t match,” said veteran cop reporter Leonard Levitt, who runs NYPD Confidential, a website fed by tips from inside the department and widely read by the rank and file. “You had Noerdlinger’s son calling cops ‘pigs’ and de Blasio doesn’t think that’s inappropriate? What message are you sending? De Blasio says it’s just the union guys who are angry. It’s not. It’s everybody. I’ve been covering this for 25 years and I have never seen anything like it. … The mayor doesn’t have a clue.”

What happens, Bill, when the cops surrounding you decide to become indifferent one day?

You might want to do what everyone else does: take a firearms course and apply for a CCW permit.

Get in line, fucktard.

BZ