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Ditto and Lee Are Off The Streets!

Officer Lee (L) and Officer Ditto

CrownHeights.info has learned that the two ‘Officers’ that were assigned to car 1474, Ditto and Lee, known as the APL car [or otherwise knows as the car that gives out all the seatbelt and cell phone tickets], were removed from street duty! This news comes after they have harassed Crown Heights residents, and according to most residents, they were biased and have harassed both Shomrim and Hatzalah Members in the past.

Motorists still remember the first two ‘Officers’ Kennedy and Muintz who were removed from their duties for various violations. The most serious being; they struck a pedestrian on Purim during the ticket blitz then left the scene, telling the pedestrian “nothing happened”, and another incident where they made a motorist get out of her vehicle to collect her drivers license and ticket.

After the removal of these two ‘Officers’, Lee and Ditto were assigned to the APL car. There are numerous rumors flying about as to the circumstances of their removal, one of them being; after an investigation of hundreds of complaints to the CCRB [Civil Complaint Review Board] against the duo. The CCRB opened the camera that is located on the windshield of the car [placed there to prevent departmental irregularities] and the investigators came across a harrowing incident where the ‘Officers’ chased a motorcycle out of the jurisdiction of the 71st precinct, during which the cyclist was involved in a fatal accident and upon this happening the two ‘Officers’ ‘fled’ the scene.

The authenticity of the rumors can be questioned, however a previous incident involving these two reckless ‘Officers’, where they drove at a high rate of speed in pursuit of a small ‘moped’, down union street from the Kingston Ave to New York Ave (driving against traffic) (Click Here to read that story) this wouldn’t be such a far cry.

We also learned that not only have the ‘Officers’ lost their guns and badges they were also transferred out of the borough. One was assigned to the Bronx on desk duty, while the other to Manhattan on desk duty as well.

Residents are urged to fight unjust tickets they received from them.

Remember, since Mayor Bloomberg implementation of the 311 hotline the police now have who and what to answer for, complaints to the CCRB have gone up %70 since 311, so if you feel you were mistreated in any way, call 311 and complain!

56 Comments

  • 1. YAY! wrote:

    Brauch H-Shem! May all sonei yisroel meet a similar fate! Looking forward to see lee and ditto directing traffic.

    Ditto to the CCRB!

  • 4. Boruch Dayan Hoemes wrote:

    Hamokom Yenachem eschem Besoch Shaar Avaylay Tzion VeYerushalayim.

  • 8. Rabbi from Toronto wrote:

    Mazel tov, Although I don’t live in Crown Heights I still feel the joy!!!

  • 10. awacs wrote:

    Mazal Tov, Mazal Tov! We should make a seudas Hoda’ah.

    That being said, the real problem, the root, is not the officers (no shortage of fascists anywhere!) but their supervisors – in this case, Inspector Vega. Until he departs, I suspect that we’ll just have more of the same. :-(

  • 11. Itzik_s wrote:

    I heard Ditto and Lee were sent to Afghanistan, where they now issue tickets to women whose eyes show under their burqas!

    Kennedy and Muintz are in Teheran, doing similar "Islamic Tznius Patrol" duty.

    Yasher Koiach CHInfo for exposing these 2. I just hope their replacements are not of the same ilk.

  • 13. motorist wrote:

    great news…now what about getting rid of those 2 women cops?

    just think…if we can achieve this, let’s all join together to get rid of EVERYONE who’s making life gehennom for the decent pple of CH.

    And that includes getting rid of this CHJCC & all their servants.

    ***

  • 14. curious wrote:

    Was the incident with yungerman (from Montreal) that was arrested in May for double parking with these 2 clowns? There should be a lawsuit in the making

  • 15. Crown heightser wrote:

    Great news, see what achdus can do?
    I wonder who will take over this car now? Do you think it’s spooked?

  • 16. TRUE JEW wrote:

    I AGREE WITH "AWACS" A HUMAN BODY IS CONTROLLED BY THE HEAD. RICAN VEGA IS THE HEAD OF THE 71ST PCT. IF HIS OFFICERS ARE MAKING TROUBLE IT IS ONLY BECAUSE OF HIM. HE IS THE ONE WHO SENDS THEM TO "GET THE JEWS" WE HAD A BEAUTIFUL RELATIONSHIP WITH THE PCT. UNTIL HE CAME ALONG, GO FIGURE. VEGA, WE CAN’T WAIT TILL CCRB TAKES YOUR SHEILD!!!!

  • 18. what comes around goes around! wrote:

    i has seen so many times,what the two cops here were doing.
    they were not as bad as the first 2 black woman officers,how ever they were still bad.
    why cant the new CO VEGA from the 71 st pct.just put officers that understand crown heights,in this car #1474
    it is so easy,yet this is not being done.
    i will allways remember of one cop,that worked in the 71pct,and now works with the police Commissioners Liaison unit.his name is Sergeant David Wadler.
    when he worked here,he was liked by jews and non jews alike.his undertanding and judgement is not what you find every day.he is one of new yorks finest cops!
    we need officers like him here more then ever! and i assure you,crown heights would be a much safer place!

  • 19. what a shame wrote:

    I did not know that the jewish community was so anti law enforcement shame on all of you for filing false complaints against cops and for rioting ang getting away with it.

  • 20. 77TH PRECINCT AUXILIARY UNIT ROCK wrote:

    THE SCUMBAG VEGA IS NEXT HE IS GOING DOWN AND DIRTY FOR ALL THE GARBAGE THAT HAS HAPPENED. ALL THE JEWISH NYPD AUXILIARY’S SHOULD GET OUT OF THE RACIST 71ST PRECINCT CAUSE THEY ARE GOING TO BE DRAGED INTO THE GARBAGE. I THINK THEY SHOULD PUT CAMERA’S ALL PATROL CARS SO THEY CAN CATCH ALL THE COPS ACTION’S WHEN THEY PULL US OVER FOR STUPID STUFF.

  • 21. Itzik_s wrote:

    I did not know that the jewish community was so anti law enforcement shame on all of you for filing false complaints against cops and for rioting ang getting away with it.

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    I did not know that the trollish community now frequents internal Jewish community blogs. Maybe Ditto and Lee should be assigned to Troll Patrol!

  • 22. Dirty Cop wrote:

    what a shame wrote:
    "and for rioting ang getting away with it."
    If only we did riot, then we would have had justice much sooner, and we may have gotten guys like you off the street.

    "I did not know that the jewish community was so anti law enforcement"

    We love the law enforcement, what we don’t like is people in the enforcement making there own laws.
    You enforce the law you don’t make the law.

  • 23. Barry wrote:

    What a disgrace. Maybe they were over zealous but to call them anti-semites is wrong.

  • 24. tHe CrAzY cRoWn HeIgHtS jEw wrote:

    D.I. VEGA NEEDS TO BE SENT TO THE BRONX AND PUT HIM BEHIND A DESK AND TAKE AWAY HIS GUN AND SHIELD AND LET HIM SUFFER LIKE THE WAY HE MADE CROWN HEIGHTS SUFFER. THEY SHOULD HAVE LEFT HIM IN THE 72ND PRECINCT WERE HE BELONGS. I AM IN THE 71ST PRECINCT AUXILIARY UNIT AND THEY SHOW NO RESPECT TOWARDS THE AUXILIARYS. AND THEY HAVE NO RESPECT FOR PEOPLE WHO COME IN THE PRECINCT IN GENERAL.

  • 25. TRM wrote:

    Ya know, at first glance the pic strikes me as something from abbot and castelio. they look like clowns.

  • 26. Mad River wrote:

    You guys sound like a bunch of Morons. If you follow the laws in regards to driving, you will never have a problem. If you hate the cops so much, stop complaining about every little problem you have, and handle things yourself. Enough is enough. As a jewish police officer, you make me feel embarrased. As for this crazy crown heights jew, go back to the 77 or whereever you came from and just quiet your position as an apo. You wannabe. Now you know why you get treated like garbage

  • 27. anonymous wrote:

    for everyone’s info i think the car is cursed cuz this morning at about 7:30 in front of my house car number 1474, which was these officer’s car, they pulled over a person, i think cuz they wanted to feel important, and just ticketed the car for probobly something stupid, especially at 7:30 in the morning.

  • 28. Daredevil wrote:

    I sit here and read these stories and laugh. These two officers are fine gentlemen who have worked hard putting their lives on the line to keep the streets safe. Crown Heights is a diversified neighborhood and their is a lot of racial tension there as well. Motorists who received summons have a right to challenge them in court, but keep in mind they will return and are probally reading these comments. This would give them an incentive to put a bullseye out on people. The Jewish community is not thrilled to see them off the street, they are thrilled they do not have to spend another penny paying a ticket. They feel they are untouchable. You know what, they are human too and are not above anyone else. They are treated the same as anyone and when someone gets preferential treatment over another, that is violating the NYPD policy. A police officer is to be non biased and treat everyone the same. I feel they have

  • 29. Ditto Victim wrote:

    Mad River, Those cops were BAD people! They harrassed more than just jews! There are other bad cops here in cronw heights and they need to be removed from the NYPD. No one is complianing about gettign stopped or getting ticketed thats legit! but when you only stop jews and let blacks talk on the cell phones in MY face. and then you treat those victims like dirt, thats a CRIME! And what about harrasing EMTs? Ive seen it with my own eyes! The Inspector Needs to make a public appoligy or at least send one of his messangers to post a comment in the name of the 71 PCT. Come on I know you guys read CrownHeights.info They just have REAL good news! Keep up the good work…

    BTW click on the link above to see a pic of Vega…

  • 30. Itzik_s wrote:

    You guys sound like a bunch of Morons. If you follow the laws in regards to driving, you will never have a problem.
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    Is that right? If we follow the law in regards to driving, the cops will take the time to arrest muggers instead? THAT is our problem in CH. WE pay the taxes and WE get fined for the offenses, whereas the REAL criminals walk around as if they own the neighborhood. And all because of politically correct policing, and cops who know that if they ticket a Jew in CH, the worst they’ll get is a little rudeness, whereas if they do what is needed to fight crime, which is what WE pay them to do, and what the many law abiding gentiles in CH also PAY them to do, they might get into a fight.

    Cops are civil SERVANTS, not our bosses. Cops work for US – we are not here so that cops can meet ticket quotas.

    I’d love it if we could handle things ourselves, get a rebate from the city for what goes to the cops, and put a private security firm into the 71st Precinct offices. Needless to say, that is not how things work in the US.

  • 31. Dirty Cop come clean wrote:

    Mad River wrote:
    “You guys sound like a bunch of Morons. If you follow the laws in regards to driving, you will never have a problem.”

    The problem here is not that they are giving tickets, like you said – that is there job (and they should do it.) Yes, anybody driving with out a seat belt or talking on his phone should get a ticket, they are putting themselves and others at danger (the laws are there to protect use)

    The problem is:
    The NYPD say they are giving ticket on accident prone zones. That’s fine, we most be safer on the road.
    But our (real) problem here is, why are not the NYPD found in Crime prone zones.
    If they are cracking down on Road crime then they should be (even more) cracking down on ALL crime.
    It just seems that they are just taking the easier Job* (of making money) and not getting in to harms way.
    I.e. we want full protection.
    * Easier job: The question also arises as to why when other’s in our community breaks the traffic laws (like double parking etc…) they get away with it.

    The answer to that is that we DON”T make a Fuss/Riot when we get ticket –Which causes no harm to the police… But the others…Not so fast…

    Don’t fool yourself; it’s not only about the tickets.

    “As a Jewish police officer, you make me feel embarrassed.”
    That my friend is your problem…
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    Don’t walk in front of me I may not follow,
    Don’t walk behind me I may not lead,
    Just walk besides me and be my friend
    And together we will walk in the ways of Hashem.

  • 32. Mad River wrote:

    * Easier job: The question also arises as to why when other’s in our community breaks the traffic laws (like double parking etc…) they get away with it.

    You really have no clue as to what goes on in the community you live in. Stop feeling like you are the victim here. In every pct in the city there are officers dedicated to enfocement of moving, parking violations. If you don’t like it here, I suggest perhaps you knock on the doors of 1 Police Plaza
    "No one should pass an American in uniform without saying “Thank you, we are grateful.” Always mindful that they are prepared to risk all their dreams so that all of us can reach ours.”
    – Secretary of Defense, William Cohen
    at the Memorial Ceremony for the service members that died aboard the USS Cole.

  • 33. hopefloats wrote:

    you are all a bunch of hypocrites. you are supposedly so religious and you think are so righteous.

    noone is above the law, not even you!

    i’m sure these two officers have families and you are hurting them with your shameful comments.

    if you want a lawless society where noone gets punished for crimes, then move somewhere else where anarchy rules, but here we have laws and you must abide by them. not ask for leniency or tell the cops that you know so and so and think that will get you off a ticket.
    follow the laws and there is no problem.

    if you want respect – give respect.

  • 35. DITTO AND LEE wrote:

    YOU CRAZY PEOPLE THAT LOVE HARASING COPS WE NEVER DID ENYTHING LIKE THAT,
    JUST WAIT TILL YOU SEE THE NEW OFFICERS,
    THEN YOU WILL WISH TO HAVE US BACK!!!!

    :-(

  • 36. Dirty cop...Clean up wrote:

    hopefloats wrote:
    “if you want a lawless society where noone gets punished for crimes, then move somewhere else where anarchy rules, but here we have laws and you must abide by them.”

    First:
    There is not one comment above were anybody says that we/anybody should get away with braking the law.

    Like I wrote above (copy/paste)…
    The problem is:
    The NYPD say they are giving ticket on accident prone zones. That’s fine, we most be safer on the road.
    But our (real) problem here is, why are not the NYPD found in Crime prone zones.
    If they are cracking down on Road crime then they should be (even more) cracking down on ALL crime.
    It just seems that they are just taking the easier Job* (of making money) and not getting in to harms way.
    I.e. we want full protection.
    * Easier job: The question also arises as to why when other’s in our community breaks the traffic laws (like double parking etc…) they get away with it.

    Let me ask you….

    This morning the traffic light on N.Y. Ave and Empire, let’s see, yes that’s the corner on the 71st precinct, was not working for about (as far as I know- could be more) an hour, as I was coming up N.Y. Ave (with a green light) I almost got hit from both sides.
    NOW WERE ARE THE COPS THAT CARE SO MUCH FOR OUR SAFTEY, WHY FROM THE WHOUL POLICE DEPARTMENT THERE WAS NOT ONE OFFERCER TO CONTRUL TRAFFIC,
    WERE WAS CAR 1474?????!!!!!!
    [some one saw that car on Kingston and Montgomery giving some one a ticket]

    This is not the first time that this has happened, it happened not long ago on the corner of Kingston and Empire for a good few hours, NO POLICE to direct traffic,
    They just drive by.

  • 37. Itzik_s wrote:

    "No one should pass an American in uniform without saying “Thank you, we are grateful.” Always mindful that they are prepared to risk all their dreams so that all of us can reach ours.”
    – Secretary of Defense, William Cohen
    at the Memorial Ceremony for the service members that died aboard the USS Cole.
    ———————————————————
    HOW DARE YOU compare a lousy traffic cop with an American serviceman? My blood is boiling for the memories of those whom you insult with your comparison!

    And no one is asking for leniency – only FAIRNESS. The fatal accidents in our neighborhood are caused by the people who get away with offenses (most of whom do not live in CH) while we are ticket blitzed to death.

    And the cops need to respect the law abiding citizens who make their lives easy and PAY THEIR SALARIES. Otherwise, like any other employees on the taxpayer payroll, we have every right to complain and to celebrate when the city wakes up and removes the incompetents and dishonest ones from our midst.

  • 38. Itzik_s wrote:

    "No one should pass an American in uniform without saying “Thank you, we are grateful.” Always mindful that they are prepared to risk all their dreams so that all of us can reach ours.”
    – Secretary of Defense, William Cohen
    at the Memorial Ceremony for the service members that died aboard the USS Cole.
    ———————————————————
    HOW DARE YOU compare a lousy traffic cop with an American serviceman? My blood is boiling for the memories of those whom you insult with your comparison!

    And no one is asking for leniency – only FAIRNESS. The fatal accidents in our neighborhood are caused by the people who get away with offenses (most of whom do not live in CH) while we are ticket blitzed to death. Why? Because we do not riot. CH is not Boro Park, and Boro Park was a joke compared to what would happen if cops discriminated against certain other minorities who are also disproportionately represented on arrest and prison records.

    And the cops need to respect the law abiding citizens who make their lives easy and PAY THEIR SALARIES. Otherwise, like any other employees on the taxpayer payroll, we have every right to complain and to celebrate when the city wakes up and removes the incompetents and dishonest ones from our midst. This is NOT a police state! This is a state of its CITIZENS, who pay taxes to have law and order maintained on THEIR behalf and not according to the standards of those whom they pay.

  • 39. BigBen wrote:

    This is graet news. As I suggested on earlier occasions "don’t just sit ther do somethig". Looks like ppl listened and filed those complaints and these idiots got what they deserve.

    Once again I would like to inform you about the 71 pct Community Meetings that take place monthly accross the street from the 71st pct. Next meeting is in September. Please come and say all the comments on this site directly to CO Vega.

    (looks like there are some nisht-unzere lurking and commenting on this site, i say just ignore them)

  • 40. Gotta laugh! wrote:

    All I can say is that this is all highly entertaining. You just gave me 10 minutes of relaxing time reading all this back and forward comments/insults, etc. Keep em coming! I think I have another 10 minutes spare later to fill!

  • 41. Itzik_s wrote:

    DITTO AND LEE wrote:
    YOU CRAZY PEOPLE THAT LOVE HARASING COPS WE NEVER DID ENYTHING LIKE THAT,
    JUST WAIT TILL YOU SEE THE NEW OFFICERS,
    THEN YOU WILL WISH TO HAVE US BACK!!!!

    :-(

    ——————————————————-

    LOL – you could have done a better job trying to imitate the cops (who could never dare to post here under the circumstances). As it is, you should have used the screen name "Laurel and Hardy!"

  • 42. NYPDsupporter wrote:

    Let me set somethings straight. I am speaking on behalf of these two officers and wish to remain anouymous (or however you spell it). Right now, they are reading the website and laughing. They are going through a rough period right now and over time, they will resume their career. They would comment themselves, but it is in their best interest not to at this present time.
    They worked hard and did their job. The Jewish community is up in arms because they were actually touched for once and these officers had the courage to do it. I cannot say the same for other lazy cops. I find it disgusting that they are being referred to as Laurel and Hardy, but it is not ok to right despariging remarks about the jewish community; those would not get printed, but dispariging remarks about them are. That is a disgrace and the jewish community should be ashamed of themselves. This website should be ashamed of it iself to as it is biased and one sided; it should retract it as it would comments about the jewish community. Mark my words they will be back and they will resume their courageous work. I support them and believe me, they taking all this one and they will return stronger than ever. Yous are making it worse on yourselves.

  • 43. Itzik_s wrote:

    I am not afraid. Neither is anyone else in this neighborhood. Just maybe we will be the ones to crack the blue wall of silence and get things to the way they should be where the cops know who the real criminals are and spend their time chasing them instead of the citizens who pay their salaries.

    You have your police forums where you rant and rave and use the most filthy N*zi style language against our community. We have our news forum where we tell it like it is.

  • 44. See ya at the Feds wrote:

    We may have enough to file a class action Civil Right Suit. We have a guy in the community that does just that. Sorry officer, we don’t give into terrorism.

  • 45. Good Cop Supporter wrote:

    There are double parked cars all the time right across the 71 PCT… Why dont they get ticketed? Did you ever see cars double parked outside 770 EP? We in CH are decent people and we dont riot. We do things the right way and the right way privailed! We will continue to crack down on low lifes like ditto and lee. and not to mention PO Kirsh, hes on the way out I hear… Ask vega at the next meeting :)

    Great News!

  • 46. Listen Up! wrote:

    The most amazing part of this story is not the fact that these two “fine officers” were removed from the streets and transferred separately to different boroughs, no this is small stuff. The best part about it is the defense that they are getting on behalf of all NYPD MOS’s. One night I was in the 71st and I saw scrawled on a locker with a marker “DON’T BE A DITTO”.

    While within the department officers may hate each other, once one of their own comes under attack they unite and defend each other, even if he’s a bad cop. Crown Heightsers take a cue!

    When the 71st received 6 new officers 2 years ago I heard a community member ask a Sgt. are they white or black, the Sgt. answered blue. While I wish that were true, it isn’t. there are so many officers out there that are racist pre-judgmental fascists, just go out there and read the NYPD Rant, where they are constantly blasting the “hasids”. And it seems like they are almost jealous of those “hasids” since all you hear them do is cry that “they have the money” and “they have the power” and “they get to have red lights” and lets not forget their all time favorite “smelly hasids”. Plain pathetic, and to think that some of these are those who protects us, I shudder at the thought.

    And to that ignorant cop that wrote that comment in Lee and Dittos name, you are a fool, once transferred its almost unheard-of that a cop comes back to his former precint, besides, one of the reasons they were booted was for using non regulation law informant equipment such as an additional red LED light bar in their windshield and privately owned radios. These cops ate it hard with IA, I wouldn’t be surprised they get kicked off the force entirely. Aside from the fact that its probably one of them who actually wrote the comment!

    One last thing, to all those of you who feel the rant is overflowing with hatred, you aren’t welcome here with the rest of your hatred, go troll elsewhere. Webby show them what biased really means!

  • 47. victim of tickets wrote:

    Vega is REALLY a bad CO. Not since the riots have we seen such obvious anti semitism here. Either he turns a blind eye or he encourages it. He can’t pretend he doesn’t know. Can we get rid of him???

    Couldn’t drive up Kingston last night fom Lefferts to Empire. I was LITERALLY stuck…double parked Shvartze cars on both sides, many of em BRAND NEW (I wish!!!) w/ blaring music.

    WHERE WERE THE COPS TO GIVE THEM TICKETS???

    I hope the cops monitor this site. They need to know how much they’re despised. We need a complete shake up @ 71st. Is there some way to get all these comments to the Commissioner, make him see how strongly the community feels? Also, let’s send as many constructive comments we can to the Post/ News. Better leave out some:))

  • 48. Anonymous wrote:

    All you trashy mouthed cops that come here to spew your hatred, GO BACK TO THE RANT. (For those of you that don’t know how to reach it here is the link http://p066.ezboard.com/fny… )

    None of your comments will be approved!

  • 49. ILOVENYPD wrote:

    Just because an officer is transferred out does not mean he would not return to his respective precint. The Jewish community is not responsible for these officers getting transferred out and they understand why. In time, whent the dust settles, they will return and continue where they left off. What is sad how one sided this website is; it is anti-cop. Printing comments about police is allowed, but not the jewish community. Sad. To call these outstanding officers low lifes is disgusting. They are a blessing to the neighborhood and are hard workers. Criminals come in all colors and religions. They stood up and took action where needed. They risked their lives at least eight hours a day and did what they had to do. They touched an untouchable community and for this they are hated and booed. They stepped into uncharted waters and pushed aside politics to do their job fairly. They believed in by the book action. They saw the infraction, the violation, and/or the crime for what it was and not the type of person committing it. I have seen these officers work and I am impressed. Guys, keep up the good work and I wish you the best. You have my support and we need you guys back. We need cops with a backbone and they had plenty of it. We need cops that do not believe in politics and they didn’t.

  • 50. Itzik_s wrote:

    They touched an untouchable community and for this they are hated and booed.
    —————————————————————-
    No, they did not touch an untouchable community. They went for the easiest targets, allowing the real violators, from the real untouchable community, those whose traffic offenses and quality of life offenses were just the tip of the iceberg of their lawless lives, to operate freely.

  • 51. ILOVENYPD wrote:

    When one says the easiest targets, I wonder what that is implying. There is no such thing as an easy target. In addition, there are no real violators; people in general break the law. End of story. Being that is the case, police action is taken. These cops are highway safety officers and they enforce moving infractions and violations. There are patrol cars that answer 911 calls and there are a lot of calls every tour. It is hard to do so much with so little. When it comes to quality of life issues, these need to be addressed with the C.O. and Community Affairs. These officers and patrol cops have their assigned roles and it is hard to find time to stray away and tackle other issues. In addition, when it comes to Quality of Life offenses, when an arrest is made, the D.A.s’s office does not take them seriously and laughs at them. So overall, who is to blame? Maybe if people in general were civilized and respectful to the police, quality of life would improve. Maybe if matters were addressed more with Community Affairs, quality of life would improve. If the D.A.’s office hit these offenses hard, maybe the quality of life would improve. From jaywalking, to driniking in public to loud music, these are pressing issues that need addressing otherwise the community as whole will blame the police for not addressing it when it goes beyond them.

  • 52. Code of Jewish Law wrote:

    As I read (again) all the comments from top to bottom I can’t find one pose/comment were anybody says that we should get away with breaking the law.

    So Mr. Officer SIR
    Maybe you can have a detective look over all the post and find one comment were it is stated that -"WE THE JEWISH PEOPLE "THE CHOSEN PEOPLE" THE PEOPLE OF THE BOOK,

    —[BY THE WAY THIS BOOK TELLS USE EVERY TYEP OF LAW* FROM HOW TO GET DRESSED TO HOW TO SHOWER…details as how many ounces of matzo do I eat, which spoon did I use for milk and which for meat, what is the right way to tie my shoelaces etc…
    YOU GET MY POINT…] —

    SAY THAT WE ARE EXCLUDED FROM KEEPING THE LAWS OF THE LAND.
    YES, I NOW REMEMBER THAT IS IN FACT ANOTHER LAW…. “TO KEEP THE LAW OF THE LAND”

    *
    1. Zeraim-"Seeds"-agricultural laws;
    2. Moed-"Season"-laws of Sabbath and Festivals;
    3. Nashim-"Women"-marriage laws;
    4. Nezikin- "Damages"-civil and criminal laws;
    5. Kodshim- "Holy Things"-laws on Sacrifices;
    6. Taharoth- "Purities" – laws of cleanliness and purity.

    I think it’s safe to say that we are more then just o.k with Law’s, We get along just fine.

  • 53. don-t trust cops wrote:

    ILOVENYPD is nothing more than a groupie.

    We are sick of the anti-jewish bias in this neighborhood. Crooked cops, cowardly cops, bullying cops…get rid of them!

    We shouldn’t be afraid of them. They are OUR EMPLOYEES…our taxes pay their salaries. If they don’t do a good job or they discriminate, they must be held accountable.

    I keep a camera in my car at all times. My kids carry them in their purses/jacket pockets. We need to fight back, but politely. Get names & badge #’s.

    Object to harrassment. Don’t be intimidated. What can they do…shoot us?

    oh, yeh. They’ll do that.

  • 55. inicent driver wrote:

    i got a ticket for no seat belt from Ditto and Lee. i maild my ticket in not Gulty my hearing date is in a month do you think thire going to show up in court.?

  • 56. Itzik_s wrote:

    When one says the easiest targets, I wonder what that is implying. There is no such thing as an easy target. In addition, there are no real violators; people in general break the law. End of story. Being that is the case, police action is taken. These cops are highway safety officers and they enforce moving infractions and violations.
    ————————————————————–
    See Mendel. Mendel is talking on his cellphone. He keeps talking after he starts his car and moves off. Mendel gets a ticket.

    See Kamaganga. Kamaganga is not from anywhere near Eastern Parkway and no one wants him here. You see, this is not about race. Our fine neighbors have less use for Kamaganga than we do – no one lumps us together with Kamaganga.

    Kamaganga is speeding at 120 MPH. Officer is busy with Mendel. Kamaganga then double parks and leaves his radio running as he drops off a suspicious package. Mendel is running late for work and doesn’t have the time to notice Kamaganga.

    See Chana. Chana forgot to put on her seat belt. Her kid is not well and her mind is elsewhere as she heads off to the doctor’s office. Chana gets a ticket. Chana tells the cop – Look what’s going on over there! Cop tells Chana – "Shut up! I’m the boss here!"

    Meanwhile Kamaganga roars off at 120 MPH. Chana calls 311. Officers get a complaint lodged against them. Officers respond by ticketing every Mendel and Chana who double parks on EP for a few minutes. 311 gets a deluge of calls, and the tickets are argued in court. Officers finally are moved.

    Mendel and Chana are easy targets. Sure, they deserve tickets. Good citizens who, like all of us, forget the rules or have bad habits. But Kamaganga is a hard target, and he gets away.

    And you know full well that except for isolated events on holidays, it is the Kamagangas who play loud music without permission and drink in public. I don’t even know how you define jaywalking, but if it’s what I think it is, it is basically suicide on most CH blocks during rush hour.

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