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Why Did the N.Y.P.D. Solve Fewer Crimes Last Year?
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Thirty years later, the victims' families are still mourning their deaths. The charges stem from allegations over an year period, from to Shows Good Morning America. World News Tonight.
How a small group of LGBTQ cops changed the NYPD forever
Watch live: Derek Chauvin trial, Day 9. Twelve protesters affiliated with the group No Justice No Pride were arrested , and after a brief delay, the march continued. The irony of the incident was not lost on many in the crowd — cops arresting gay people in front of the Stonewall Inn, the very place where homophobic police brutality sparked the modern LGBTQ rights movement nearly five decades years prior. Protesters in several cities across the U. The relationship between the police and the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community has long been fraught, but for LGBTQ cops, the right to march in pride is a hard-fought civil rights victory.
Watch live: Derek Chauvin trial, Day 9. A gay New York City councilman and U. The now-deleted tweet is credited to Ed Mullins, president of the Sergeants Benevolent Association, a union representing approximately 13, active and retired police sergeants, and was directed at Ritchie Torres, a Bronx Democrat running for Congress in November. Remember Little Ritchie?