Brooklyn, NY – Two major Jewish organizations were among the recipients of more than half a million dollars in funding from Brooklyn Borough Hall, announced Borough President Eric Adams at a press conference held today in front of the NYPD’s 90th Precinct in Williamsburg. Read more
The far-too-cozy relationship between the NYPD, city officials, and Jewish safety patrols in Brooklyn led to the beating of a gay, black man in Williamsburg, an explosive new lawsuit to be filed in federal court Monday alleges. Read more
The three Orthodox Jewish men accused of brutally beating a gay black man and leaving him partially blind will likely not serve prison time under an expected plea deal. Read more
An NYPD probe into the vicious assault of a gay black man in Brooklyn allegedly by members of a Jewish security patrol Shomrim was almost buried because cops prematurely closed the case. Read more
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