The board substantiated the charge of excessive force against NYPD Officer James Frascatore -- the cop who tackled tennis star James Blake -- and recommended punishment.
Behind a call for greater police accountability following his arrest in a case of mistaken identity, retired tennis star James Blake emerged hopeful and full of praise for New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio after an hour-long meeting on Monday, reports The New York Times. “What he said that made me feel good was that in his heart […]
The NYPD union has defended Officer James Frascatore, while James Blake's "twin" reveals he's the brother of a credit card fraud victim.
Retired tennis star James Blake is speaking out against the NYPD officer who used excessive force against him last week, stating the cop should be fired for “tarnishing his badge.” In an interview with the The New York Times, Blake opened up about the incident that left him embarrassed and shaken up. While Blake, who was in NYC […]
Under major criticism for a case of mistaken identity, the New York Police Department on Friday released disturbing surveillance video of the moment an undercover officer tackled and handcuffed tennis star James Blake. The incident, which occurred as Blake stood outside the Grand Hyatt New York Hotel in Manhattan, has added fuel to a national conversation […]
Retired tennis star James Blake was violently assaulted outside his hotel in New York City by the NYPD on Wednesday. Blake, a former top five-ranked player, is African-American and offered his take on the incident including its racial implications. In an exclusive chat with the New York Daily News, Blake revealed his side of what […]
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