A letter Jonathan Majors' lawyer sent to a judge reveals allegations of racism against the arresting NYPD cops for "coaching" the accuser.
Jonathan Majors' swift arrest and criminal charges contrast with the slow, cautious approach the Manhattan District Attorney's Office has taken with Jordan Neely's killer, Daniel Penny. The contrast is palpable.
As fans left Drake's first-ever concert at Harlem's Apollo Theater, they were shocked to find over a dozen NYPD officers recording outside the venue. Naturally, Twitter users voiced their concerns over the controversial move, wondering if this was another example of the "Hip-Hop Police" spying on popular rap artists and their fans.
The trio would use duct tape to tie up their victims before running off with their personal belongings, cash, and credit cards.
Memes mocking the NYPD patrolling subways have been filling social media timelines after New York City cops proved to be ineffective, at best, in finding Brooklyn train shooting suspect Frank James on their own.
The Brooklyn subway shooting happened despite a "record" number of NYPD police officers being assigned to patrol the city's train stations as crime has surged in the world's largest rapid transit system.
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