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Video shows undercover NYPD officer kick fellow officer in head

A recently released video shows an undercover NYPD officer kicking one of his fellow officers in the head during an arrest.

The video, taken in January by a professional photographer in the vicinity of the incident, has resulted in the unidentified undercover officer’s badge and gun being taken while an… 294 more words

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Man Found Dead Of Unknown Causes In Central Park

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A man was found dead Thursday afternoon in a grove of bushes in Central Park.

Around 9:25 a.m., police responded to a 911 call for an unconscious man in the park near 96th Street and Fifth Avenue, police said. 98 more words

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Man attacks New York police officers with a hatchet

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(CNN) — A man charged at four New York police officers Thursday afternoon, metal hatchet in hand, hitting one officer in the right arm and another in the head, the city’s police commissioner said. 278 more words

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Christopher Holton: Possible Jihadi Attack in NYC

Terror Trends Bulletin, by Christopher Holton, Oct. 23, 2014:

Earlier today a man with an axe approached a group of NYPD officers and, in an unprovoked attack, struck two of them with the axe before succumbing to a hail of bullets from the officers. 333 more words

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Man Attacks NYPD Officers With Hatchet; Slain Suspect Had Record in California

A man charged at four New York police officers Thursday afternoon, metal hatchet in hand, hitting one officer in the right arm and another in the head, the city’s police commissioner said. 348 more words

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Undercover cop suspended after kicking colleague in the head

CONEY ISLAND, Brooklyn (PIX11) — While two NYPD officers struggled to arrest a fare beater in Coney Island, an undercover cop was caught on camera mistakenly kicking his colleague in the head. 208 more words

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Surveillance video contradicts NYPD's account of Bronx man's arrest

BRONX (PIX11) — The attorney for 21 year old Raymond Romero of the Bronx hopes surveillance video will exonerate his client after an April 1 arrest. 159 more words

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