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fla2760
10-31-2011, 16:03
From THEE RANT enjoy :supergrin::supergrin: I love it, old school policing.

http://theerant.yuku.com/topic/45472/NYPD-steers-drunks-to-Occupy-Wall-Street

blueiron
10-31-2011, 16:18
It sounds perfectly reasonable to me.

If there is going to be an area of "free speech"; the poor, the substance abusers, and the addle-minded all have their chance to be heard as well.

msu_grad_121
10-31-2011, 17:22
Let's not forget, the rights guaranteed in the Bill of Rihts extend to EVERYONE. :rofl:

seanmac45
10-31-2011, 17:34
Makes me proud of the boys in blue, it does.

fla2760
10-31-2011, 17:53
HAHA just found this too. WAHAAAA my socialist utopia did not count on this. LOL

http://theerant.yuku.com/topic/45347/Rikers-cons-flood-Zuccotti-for-free-eats

Patchman
10-31-2011, 18:34
What an insult to the winos, druggies and homeless to imply they didn't know about OWS (and the free food, free clothing, free shelter, abundant drugs, LE-free zone and potential victims) until the cops told them about it.

The writer obviously has an elitist attitude.

CAcop
10-31-2011, 20:36
HAHA just found this too. WAHAAAA my socialist utopia did not count on this. LOL

http://theerant.yuku.com/topic/45347/Rikers-cons-flood-Zuccotti-for-free-eats

That thread delivers all kinds of good info.

Inspector Tony "Pepper" Bolgna got sent to Staten Island and lost 10 days.

They have a security team in the park that make a show of force in the sucky section of the park.

The security team searched tents (without warrants natch).

fla2760
10-31-2011, 21:19
That thread delivers all kinds of good info.

Inspector Tony "Pepper" Bolgna got sent to Staten Island and lost 10 days.

They have a security team in the park that make a show of force in the sucky section of the park.

The security team searched tents (without warrants natch).

Yeah Tony B got sent to Staten Island, he lives on SI.

WTF :wow:

http://theerant.yuku.com/topic/45484/Bombshell-Murder-at-Zuccotti-Park

CAcop
10-31-2011, 22:14
Yeah Tony B got sent to Staten Island, he lives on SI.

WTF :wow:

http://theerant.yuku.com/topic/45484/Bombshell-Murder-at-Zuccotti-Park

I'd be willing to bet SI is the forgotten bourough and promoting to the higher end of the PD must be hard due to being so far away from HQ.

His career advancement is probably stalled but he will be closer to home and family. Of course for some guys their marriage depends on them being away.

fla2760
10-31-2011, 22:26
I'd be willing to bet SI is the forgotten bourough and promoting to the higher end of the PD must be hard due to being so far away from HQ.

His career advancement is probably stalled but he will be closer to home and family. Of course for some guys their marriage depends on them being away.

That is true for more than a few I know. :whistling:

Bren
11-01-2011, 04:40
From THEE RANT enjoy :supergrin::supergrin: I love it, old school policing.

http://theerant.yuku.com/topic/45472/NYPD-steers-drunks-to-Occupy-Wall-Street

On a side note: what kind of wacky nutjob's web site was that?:rofl::rofl:

fla2760
11-01-2011, 18:10
On a side note: what kind of wacky nutjob's web site was that?:rofl::rofl:


A site that a lot of NYPD cops rant on. Used to be called the NYPD RANT if I am remembering correctly. It is also trolled by NYC press and NYPD IAB rats.

BULLRUNN
11-02-2011, 16:54
His career advancement is probably stalled but he will be closer to home and family. Of course for some guys their marriage depends on them being away.

I can Attest to THIS....

Patchman
11-02-2011, 17:24
Occupy Wall Street protesters are flocking to nearby health clinics for STD and HIV testing after getting their freak on in 60s-style hookups with crusty strangers, sources told The Post yesterday.

Sure, sure, sure, it's all fun and games. Until you poke your third eye in the wrong place. :whistling:

http://jammiewearingfool.blogspot.com/2011/11/ows-freaks-now-occupying-health-clinics.html

RocPO
11-02-2011, 17:55
What, criminals and other parasites aren't part of the "99%"?

steveksux
11-03-2011, 17:55
apparently as a way to undermine the credibility of Occupy Wall Street.assuming facts not in evidence, can anyone say for sure adding drunks and street people wouldn't enhance their credibility??:whistling:

Randy

steveksux
11-03-2011, 17:57
The security team searched tents (without warrants natch).
Interesting, any expectation of privacy in a public park? I would think no. Or does setting up a tent=domicile? I can see in a campground, rented space designed for that purpose. Are they squatting in the park by trying to set up a tent? Is there really any issue there? Any precedent anywhere for something like that? Got me curious...

Randy

ChuteTheMall
11-03-2011, 17:59
What, criminals and other parasites aren't part of the "99%"?

Not the most successful ones.

:cool:

CAcop
11-03-2011, 18:28
Interesting, any expectation of privacy in a public park? I would think no. Or does setting up a tent=domicile? I can see in a campground, rented space designed for that purpose. Are they squatting in the park by trying to set up a tent? Is there really any issue there? Any precedent anywhere for something like that? Got me curious...

Randy

We have a lot of voluntary homeless in town, even before OWS and whenever we can we will get a search warrant for a tent. We did it for a homicide once. I think a few others we have done when the campsites are more enclosed. A tarp between two trees over a sleeping bag on pallets? No.

Bren
11-04-2011, 05:11
What, criminals and other parasites aren't part of the "99%"?

Best I can tell, "the 99%" claim that all rich people, people with jobs, poor people, criminals, homeless people, etc., are in the 1% - 99% of Americans are just voluntarily unemployed college dope-smokers who need something to do between Phish shows.

Phish is playing in the area in November and December - bet 75% of the protestors disappear for the shows.

Patchman
11-04-2011, 19:20
Interesting, any expectation of privacy in a public park?

Within the last of couple of days, I read an article on the history of Zuccotti park.

Apparently the "park" is not publicly owned, but is private property. And the owner, Brookfield Properties, has so far allowed the demonstrators to remain there. Thus, it's private property where the owner is allowing the demonstrators to be there.

The park was created in 1968 by United States Steel and named Liberty Plaza. It was heavily damaged in the September 11 attacks and subsequent recovery efforts of 2001. After renovations in 2006, the park was renamed by Brookfield Properties after it's company chairman John Zuccotti.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zuccotti_Park

steveksux
11-04-2011, 20:36
We have a lot of voluntary homeless in town, even before OWS and whenever we can we will get a search warrant for a tent. We did it for a homicide once. I think a few others we have done when the campsites are more enclosed. A tarp between two trees over a sleeping bag on pallets? No.Guess that sums it up...

No matter how much it doesn't make sense to get a warrant for a tent, it makes a lot of sense to not risk the homicide case on the one judge that figures you'd need a warrant... better safe than sorry.

Randy

fla2760
11-04-2011, 21:23
It seems I have some vague memories of NYC making the homeless go to shelters when the mercury dropped below a certain point. Maybe some active NYPD MOS or retirees with a better memory of the details on this can post. The fact that Zuccotti Park is private property I wonder if Brookfield Properties will be willing to let these people stay after NYC has declared a cold weather alert? Liability concerns?