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    Letters to the Editor — Aug. 27, 2022

    [ad_1] The Issue: An NYPD directive that cops shouldn’t congregate to speak after Mayor Adams’ criticism of it. Mayor Adams must be recalled (“A conversation stopper at NYPD,” Aug. 25). What a hack. He makes former Mayor Bill de Blasio look good, for those who can imagine that. The NYPD has been vilified not solely […] More

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    Letters to the Editor — Aug. 17, 2022

    [ad_1] The Issue: A taxi driver who was allegedly killed when he confronted passengers who tried to rob him. The Post headline and the heartbreaking picture of Abigail Barwuah clearly depicts the utter failure of Mayor Adams’ administration in addressing the crime challenge (“ ‘Justice,’ ” Aug. 15). Adams is dropping policemen via early retirement and has […] More

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    Letters to the Editor — Aug. 14, 2022

    [ad_1] Bail baloneyFormer NYPD official John Miller was spot-on along with his comment that bail reform is “all ideology over frequent sense” (“Ex-NYPD official blasts bail ‘bomb,’ ” Aug. 8). His assertion describes your complete “progressive” mindset of social-justice warriors, which leads to the horrific form our cities are in. The mayhem we’re experiencing is as […] More

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    Letters to the Editor — Aug. 13, 2022

    [ad_1] The Issue: Gov. Hochul’s signing of a invoice that replaces “inmate” with “incarcerated individual” in state regulation. Gov. Hochul has confirmed that she’s incompetent (“Inmate’s Just Another Word for . . .”, Editorial, Aug. 11). She received’t work on quick bail reform, however with all of the issues that need to be fastened in New York, […] More

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    Letters to the Editor — Aug. 7, 2022

    [ad_1] Joe’s declineJohn Podhoretz concludes with a quote from “Huck Finn”: “We been there earlier than” (“Biden’s Decay,” PostOpinion, July 30). Despite former President Donald Trump’s brash model, the United States lived in an period not way back the place employment, even for minorities, was excessive, inflation was low and border brokers stored out drug […] More

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    Letters to the Editor — July 29, 2022

    [ad_1] The Issue: Michael Goodwin’s name for Mayor Adams to strongly criticize insurance policies which can be hurting town. Michael Goodwin is 100% right about Mayor Adams (“Good egg Eric, get hard-boiled,” July 27). The mayoralty is greater than flashing an enormous smile, attending celeb galas and dinners and kissing infants. While the mayor is […] More

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    Letters to the Editor — July 22, 2022

    [ad_1] The Issue: The resolution to drop second-degree homicide expenses in opposition to bodega employee Jose Alba. Thankfully, this travesty of justice was addressed (“Finally justice,” July 20). However, the truth that Jose Alba was charged with homicide initially was a miscarriage of justice of epic proportions. The video proof within the case of Jose […] More

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    Letters to the Editor — July 17, 2022

    [ad_1] NYPD requirementsIn its effort to counteract the retirement of cops, the NYPD has lowered the bodily requirements for brand new recruits (“Out-of-Shape Cops Are No Answer,” Editorial, July 11). It’s been performed earlier than for newly employed ladies recruits — and performed efficiently. Women police have made the NYPD a greater and extra compassionate […] More

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    Letters to the Editor — July 13, 2022

    [ad_1] The Issue: District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s choice to not cost a lady who stabbed a bodega employee. Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg lets treacherous criminals stroll free (“Dead con’s girl gets pass,” July 12). Jose Alba is a hardworking Latino man who did nothing however defend himself whereas preventing for his life towards two […] More

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    Letters to the Editor — July 11, 2022

    [ad_1] The Issue: The discount in bail for Jose Alba, who was arrested for stabbing an attacker in self-defense. Reducing Jose Alba’s bail is hardly adequate (“Finally, D.A. Common $ense,” July 8). If Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg actually had widespread sense, he’d have dropped all expenses towards Alba, apologized to all New Yorkers and […] More

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