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Paul DiGiacomo, president of New York City’s Detectives’ Endowment Association, blasted the new Manhattan District Attorney for what he alleged are his soft-on-crime policies which have ’emboldened’ the city’s criminals.

As Fox News reports:


Criminals across New York City were “emboldened” by the soft-on-crime memo released by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg in the weeks before the deadly shooting of NYPD Officers Jason Rivera and Wilbert Mora, the leader of a prominent police union told Fox News Digital.

“His message was sent to the criminal element. And this is why these cops were shot,” Paul DiGiacomo, president of New York City’s Detectives’ Endowment Association, said during a phone interview Thursday, “because you’re sending a message out there that there are no consequences for committing crimes and there are no consequences for resisting arrest.”

“Alvin Bragg thought he was doing what was popular to do, and it blew up in his face,” DiGiacomo added.

“I believe they feel 100% emboldened,” DiGiacomo told Fox News Digital. “And not only are the police in danger, but the public is in grave danger as well. And there are children being shot by stray bullets, innocent people being shot all over the city and members of the NYPD being shot.”

So far in 2022, 6 NYPD officers have been shot by criminals, two of them fatally.




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Elizabeth Estrada aka CHIAKIA
Elizabeth Estrada aka CHIAKIA
10 months ago

LISTEN UP….GOD is on the SIDE of LAW and ORDER. GOD is on the REPUBLICANS Side. From SamuraiQueen. 😄😄😄😇😇😇

Doris A FRAZIER
Doris A FRAZIER
10 months ago

These Democratic DA’S are responsible for any and all shootings, murders and rapes along with drugs, you name it. Not prosecuting criminals and letting them out on the streets again and again is absolutely WRONG. You are breaking the law aiding and abetting these criminals and putting the citizens in danger.

Donald
Donald
10 months ago

How is it legal fir a District Attorney to rewrite laws with mandates that are contrary to his duties. If he was the Federal Attorney General this would be considered treason.

Dan Tyree
Dan Tyree
10 months ago
Reply to  Donald

They have the backing of communism