Incoming NYPD Commissioner Says To Expect Arrests In Boro Park Assaults

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Incoming NYOD Commissioner Dermot Shea and Mayor Bill de Blasio (AP Photo)

NEW YORK (VosIzNeias) — After multiple Hasidic Jews were assaulted in Boro Park last Friday night in the latest episode of a long string of recent anti-Semitic incidents, New York residents were demanding action. The soft-on-crime approach perpetuated by Mayor Bill deBlasio has produced a New York where lawlessness and hate crimes run rampant, in most cases with little to no consequences.

All this might be changing shortly if incoming NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea has his way, according to a report by the New York Post.

“The Hate Crimes Task Force has been plugged in on this from the start,” NYPD Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea said. “We had similar incidents a month ago and want to see if they are connected.”

In the meantime, extra patrols have been set up by the NYPD. According to Chief of Department Terence Monahan, a temporary police headquarters has been set up in Brooklyn as well to help curtail this type of activity.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. This fella’s days on the job are numbered. The mayor will be exposed as having turned a deaf ear to the Jewish community, and the real numbers about crime will be seen by the world. The career Dem will dump him for someone that will be more loyal to the liberal cause. The writing is on the wall.

  2. I’ve seen the surveillance tapes of the horrible attacks against peaceful Chassidim in both Boro Park and Crown Heights, which took place on Shabbos. The perpetrators in all of those cases, were poor, oppressed members of a minority group, who couldn’t possibly be biased against us; yeah, right! In the old days, the Jewish Defense League would be the —- of out these scum, and leave them lying in the street, like the dogs that they are.

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