In a town where a cop can't accept a free cup of coffee, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly has been eating and drinking for free for the past eight years at the Harvard Club.
Did Brooklyn police ignore a citizen's complaint about a flasher who ended up shooting four members of an Orthodox Jewish volunteer patrol?
Jamaica Hospital kept whistleblower cop Adrian Schoolcraft inside its mental ward for six days even though he "was appropriate in interactions, calm and not agitated," according to the hospital's records.
When the Times awakens, beware: there is nothing more dangerous to a politician or a police commissioner who harbors political ambitions.
A small story deep inside the Daily News could cause big problems for NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly. Federal prosecutors, the story said, want to talk to whistleblower cop Adrian Schoolcraft.
Welcome to Ray Kelly's police department, where cops get punished, even if they are in the right, and the connected are protected.
Is police commissioner Ray Kelly being pro-active or provocative after his stop-and-frisk databank was legislated out of existence?
The hospital record of a whistleblower cop thrown into a psychiatric ward after exposing NYPD wrongdoing is filled with inconsistencies about his mental state.