Friday a top New York Police Department union official called on Mayor Bill de Blasio to “own” the consequences of the city’s sanctuary policies — while insisting officers want to be allowed to work with federal immigration enforcement — after an illegal immigrant who was freed in November is alleged to have sexually assaulted and murdered a 92-year-old woman.
Wednesday the Trump administration announced that immigrants convicted of illegally reentering the U.S., driving drunk or committing domestic violence will be barred from claiming asylum under a proposed regulation.
Leading officials at U.S. Customs and Border Protection knew of an alleged sexual assault involving a female trainee and multiple male colleagues and superiors, but took no action for years, the former head of internal affairs told Newsweek.
Friday, President Donald Trump cleared three members of the armed services all of whom had either been accused or convicted of war crimes, multiple news outlets reported.
Friday British police were seen in a dramatic video struggling with and then shooting a man on the London Bridge shortly after reports of a stabbing in the area, an incident that sent law enforcement teeming to the key thoroughfare where auto and pedestrian traffic was brought to a standstill amid the “major incident.”
About a thousand anti-police protesters descended on Downtown Brooklyn Friday night, blocking traffic, vandalizing a city bus and shouting obscene insults at NYPD cops.