On Shabbos Shuva/Haazinu, September 7, 2013, a seven-year-old Jewish girl was raped in an alley, by whom???


With Shomrim As Our Protectors, may G-D Please Have Mercy On Us

A story is circulating that two [non Jewish] barbers were arrested last night in Boro Park for molesting a Jewish teenage boy. I wonder why this story was not picked up by the major media.        According to the report, that it’s only source is a private investigator whose name includes a foul word in Yiddish. And who also worked at one time for notorious molester Baruch M. Lebovits ימ”ש, Boro Park streets are a safer place since 2 molesters were arrested.        I GOT BAD NEWS FOR YOU, There is still a Jewish rapist at large.

Yanky Daskal of Shomrim

        On Shabbos Shuva/Haazinu, September 7, 2013, a seven year old Jewish girl was raped in an alley on 46th Street between 12th and 13th avenues, it so happens that Yanky Daskal, head of corrupt Shomrim Patrol also known as BSSP lives on that block. According to what the Shomrim dispatcher personally told me and also to another person, they have video footage of the perpertrator pulling the little girl to the alley, and they also printed out a photo of the perp, but as of now the incident was not reported to police. When same dispatcher was called by an ADA, he denied any knowledge of the matter.SO WATCH YOUR KIDS

De Blasio donor allegedly got an NYPD sergeant to chauffeur a nurse he was wooing

De Blasio donor allegedly got an NYPD sergeant to chauffeur a nurse he was wooing

By Priscilla DeGregory and Laura Italiano

December 12, 2018 | 10:59pm | UpdatedModal Trigger

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Lots of guys have a wingman — but when married mayoral donor Jeremy Reichberg tried to impress a lady, he had NYPD brass and a police chauffeur at his beck and call, according to court testimony Wednesday.

In 2014, Reichberg got a sergeant to drive her to and from a nail salon on Church Street in Brooklyn, Mt. Sinai-based registered nurse Tara Sheils told jurors at the NYPD bribery trial in federal court in Manhattan.

“I wanted to get a manicure and pedicure,” the flame-haired nurse told jurors, testifying for the prosecution against ex-NYPD Deputy Inspector James Grant, who allegedly pocketed bribes from Reichberg and Jona Rechnitz, a fellow donor to Mayor Bill de Blasio.

“He walked me in and said, ‘Take care of her,’ and told me to call when I was done and he would pick me up,” at the salon, Sheils said of her personal police driver, whom she remembered only as “Sgt. Adriano.”

The nurse first met Reichberg when he was hospitalized for emergency gallbladder surgery — during which time an NYPD officer guarded Reichberg’s hospital door, an honor normally reserved for injured cops.

Reichberg and Sheils’ relationship was first revealed in November.

Sheils didn’t ‘fess up to an actual affair with Reichberg. But when Assistant US Attorney Kimberly Ravener asked, “Did your relationship turn flirtatious?,” she answered, “Yes.”

As part of his flirtations, Reichberg arranged for Sheils to enjoy an NYPD promotion ceremony at police headquarters, where she was given a personal tour and then invited into the offices of convicted ex-NYPD Deputy Chief Michael Harrington and ex-Chief of Department Philip Banks. Reichberg had already given her Harrington’s cellphone number — with instructions to call if she needed anything, she testified.

Harrington has been sentenced to two years’ probation in the corruption probe.

The prosecution case is expected to conclude Thursday. Closing arguments could begin Monday or Tuesday.FILED UNDERBILL DE BLASIOJEREMY REICHBERGNYPD CORRUPTION

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