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NYPD Union Blames Mayor De Blasio for Student Stabbing Death: ‘You Have Ruined New York City’

The Sergeants Benevolent Association is not holding back against the reviled Mayor.

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Following the tragic murder of a college student, the Sergeants Benevolent Association (SBA) – a labor union representing the New York City Police Department (NYPD) – is not accepting lip service from Mayor Bill de Blasio.

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Tessa Rane Majors, 18, was a freshman at Barnard College in New York before she was gruesomely stabbed to death earlier this week. Her body was found near Morningside Park in Upper Manhattan on Wednesday night. According to the NYPD, she was taken to Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital where she was declared dead.

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NYPD Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison said that she may have been stabbed by as many as three people. No arrests have been made so far but an investigation remains ongoing. One person of interest has been questioned, but they are no longer in custody.

“Tessa was just beginning her journey at Barnard and in life,” Barnard College president Sian Leah Beilock said in response to Majors’ murder.

“We mourn this devastating murder of an extraordinary young woman and member of our community. This is an unthinkable tragedy that has shaken us to our core,” she added.

The SBA has criticized Mayor de Blasio many times for his soft-on-crime policies that they believe are ruining the city.

“He’s no doubt making it more dangerous,” SBA President Ed Mullins said of de Blasio. “And ultimately I hold him personally responsible for the injuries that are sustained by New York City police officers and to the general public. Because his comments that he makes are not one of leadership, they’re not one of peace, they’re not one of giving direction of lawful orders to which this nation is built upon. They’re one of placating to the naysayers and the critics and they create a standard that people feel ‘Hey, I can get away with these things.’”

The SBA was especially critical of de Blasio as he attempted his vanity presidential run earlier this year, essentially abandoning his city to travel the country campaigning for a position that he had no chance of ever obtaining.

De Blasio’s city has turned into a “Wild West”-style hellscape in recent years:

New York City is quickly turning into the wild west this summer, as a rash of shootings across the five boroughs has left several innocent bystanders with bullet wounds.

CBS2 has learned that, this month alone, seven people have been struck by stray bullets in six different incidents in the city. The most recent was Wednesday morning…

As bullets flew through a Bronx neighborhood, one hit a car – piercing the windshield. More importantly, an innocent woman got shot on a street she’s walked on for years.

“I can’t believe it’s me right now,” Angela Saltarelli said.

It happened on a block in the Bronx where parents push strollers and children enjoy their local playground. The stray bullet left Saltarelli’s arm gushing with blood.

“I looked down and I’m like ‘oh my god, oh my god, I’m shot, I’m shot!’”

Wearing a bandage and her hospital ankle bracelet, the 39-year-old told CBS2’s Jessica Layton she got caught in the crossfire of a fight as she walked to work Wednesday morning on Williamsbridge Road.

Witnesses nearby wrapped her arm and rushed her to a local hospital. Angela is the second victim of random gunfire in the city just this week.

“My husband was an innocent person that died,” Terry Solomon said.

Solomon is still crushed and confused over the loss of his partner of 18 years. While walking their dog Monday morning, Winston McKay unknowingly walked into a fight and was shot in the leg near his home in Hamilton Heights.

Police released disturbing surveillance video of a suspect in a hooded sweatshirt appearing to point his rifle toward his intended target before shooting the 40-year-old man who was just minding his own business.

Unfortunately, Ms. Majors will not likely be the last victim of murderous criminals emboldened by de Blasio’s liberal policies.

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Baltimore Cop Suspended After Taking Down Woman Who Was Beating Another Police Officer

The rioters are protected by the system.

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A Baltimore law enforcement officer has been suspended for punching a woman as she attacked another cop in the riots on Friday night.

The unruly black woman started beating up a white cop after attempting to gently nudge her off of what appears to a cop car. The now-suspended black police officer punched her to stop the attack, which sent her to the ground.

The video can be seen here:

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“The officer has been removed from his assignment, and [is] on administrative duties until the outcome of that investigation,” said Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison, who is making it clear that the rioters have carte blanche to the destroy the town under his watch.

Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young, who lords over one of the worst crime-infested sh*thole cities in all of America, also issued a statement sympathizing with the rioting thug.

“I believe the first officer, who was struck multiple times by the woman, showed remarkable restraint by not retaliating as he was being assaulted,” Young said in a released statement. “The woman should have been placed under arrest and not assaulted. Our system of justice does not involve the concept of an ‘eye for an eye.’ ”

The Baltimore Police Department made a post on their Facebook page indicating that the Department’s Special Investigations Response Team unit is investigating the matter.

“The Deputy Commissioner for PIB has directed a full review and has suspended the officer’s police powers during the investigations,” they wrote.

“We have been informed that BPD immediately suspended the officer and referred the case to the State’s Attorney’s Office for investigation. The Monitoring Team will continue to watch this situation and remains as committed as ever to actively monitoring all situations like this,” the police department’s Consent Degree Monitoring Team wrote in a tweet.

Here are some other clips from the Baltimore demonstrations, which are still ongoing:

Rioters are realizing that cities like Baltimore will allow them to commit acts of violence with relative impunity. These images are a sign of things to come in diverse and multicultural America.

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