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Watchdog group sues NYPD, feds for records on cop’s murder

A watchdog group is suing the NYPD and the feds for decades-old records in the ambush and killing of a police officer at a Harlem mosque — including audio of a phony 911 call they hope may finally lead to an arrest. Hearing the April 1972 recording — in which someone claiming…

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Remember Cardillo

On an April morning forty-five years ago, NYPD Patrolman Phillip Cardillo was gunned down in a Nation of Islam mosque in Harlem. He died six days later. New York’s political and police leadership abandoned Cardillo within hours of the shooting. No one was ever convicted of the crime. The case…

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New Clinton Crime Records

Previously Undisclosed Internal Memos Spell Out Criminal Case against Hillary Clinton Over 1990s Whitewater/ Castle Grande Land Transaction Scandal NYPD Prioritizes Sensitivity toward Muslims over Public Safety Previously Undisclosed Internal Memos Spell Out Criminal Case against Hillary Clinton Over 1990s Whitewater/ Castle Grande Land Transaction Scandal We have

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Open the FBI’s files on the ‘Mosque Incident’ cop slaying

A Judicial Watch investigation has led former members of the NYPD to demand that the FBI “Open the FBI ‘special file room’ and conduct a comprehensive search of all FBI files for information related to the so-called “Harlem Mosque Incident.”


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