Video Shows Monticello Mayor Cursing, Breaking Clock After DWI Arrest

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This is from CBS 2 New York.

This son of Obama has an attitude and alcohol problem.

Yet his less than honorable has to play the race card.

So he can distract his sheeple and divert the spotlight

from his misdeeds.

MONTICELLO, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A video recording shows the mayor of the Sullivan County municipality of Monticello in a heated confrontation after being arrested by his own police officers.

As CBS 2’s Steve Langford reported Sunday, Monticello Mayor Gordon Jenkins was arrested on Nov. 16, on suspicion of drunken driving.

Warning: Videos Contain Graphic Language


He was taken into custody after showing up to take a look at a serious car accident on Main Street. A volunteer firefighter noticed the mayor looked drunk, according to police, and notified law enforcement. Jenkins was arrested on the spot.

In a video recorded at his own police headquarters, a man identified as Jenkins was shown seated in a chair with one hand handcuffed to a wall. During the first minute of the video, he is heard apparently talking to himself, using a variety of obscene insults to describe the officers.

Soon afterward, an officer comes in to interview him.

“You know something, Davis?” he says to the officer in the video. “I’m the one that hired you in this job, man. I mean, it doesn’t matter. It doesn’t matter about that. But you know something? How the f**k you guys going to play the game?”

When the officer later addresses him as “sir,” Jenkins replies: “Don’t call me sir.”

“Mayor? Is that better?” the officer says.

“Don’t call me mayor,” Jenkins replies. “Call me n****r, because that’s what I am when I’m right here in handcuffs. But you know something? I don’t give a f**k.”

Altogether, hours of video were released, showing Jenkins not happy about his arrest.

“What are you going to do? Put me in jail five years? I’ll get out in five years, and I going to f***ing tell you what the f**k you did to me, and I’m going to come back to you,” he tells an officer later.

The mayor was charged with DWI, refusing a Breathalyzer, obstruction of justice and criminal mischief.

The final charge came following an incident seen about an hour and 22 minutes into the first of three video clips. Jenkins stands up, pulls a clock off the wall, and hurls it out the door of the interrogation room while demanding to know who is at the police station desk.

“Why did you break the clock?” an officer says.

“Because I called you and you didn’t answer, and you f***ed… these cuffs are too tight,” Jenkins replies. When the officer returns to the room, Jenkins accuses the officer of trying to “humiliate” him.

The mayor’s DWI arrest was just the latest episode in a history of hostility between the mayor and the local police force, according to the mayor’s attorney.

“People in Monticello who form his base have suffered indignities at the hands of the same police officers, and they understand what he was saying,” attorney Michael Sussman said.

Monticello Village Trustee Carmen Rue filed the request to release the videos of the mayor in custody. She has called on him to leave his post.

“He needs help. He really needs help,” Rue said. “He needs to step down for the good of the community.”

Sussman did not dispute the fact that his client uses profane language in the video, but he did challenge the DWI charge.

“He doesn’t sound drunk to me,” Sussman said. “He sounds very coherent to me, even if very angry.”

The head of the local Policemen’s Benevolent Association said handcuffing the mayor to the wall for most of the night was not unusual treatment.

“The way he was acting, how intoxicated he was — he was treated the way everybody else was treated,” said Monticello PBA President John Riegler.

Meanwhile, residents of Monticello had serious questions Sunday about the mayor’s latest alleged conduct.

“It’s not a good example for a person in that position to be setting for the public,” one person said.

“He’s not fit for being mayor,” another said. “What mayor would do something like what he does?”

Jenkins pleaded guilty three years ago for selling knock-off sneakers at his local store. He was arrested again last year for allegedly hitting a police officer.

Jenkins also raised eyebrows earlier this year when he appointed his longtime girlfriend to the village Board of Trustees.

Jenkins pleaded not guilty to the charges against him. As for the mayor’s future, it will likely come up at the next Monticello Village Trustees’ meeting on Dec. 6.





Hate CrimesAsian man savagely beaten in racial mob attack in NYC

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This is from Top Conservative News.

These animals roam and attack in packs.

They are feral animals and need to dealt with in

same manner as feral dogs.

If Obama had sons they would look like the animals.

Black mob violence is spiraling out of control in New York City. Yet the media is still won’t talk about it. In the latest attack, a group of teenage black males ransacked a convenience store. Then they savagely beat an Asian man who owned the store. The man was hospitalized with serious injuries.

Yet, CBS New York never mentions the race of the attackers. They repeatedly call the attackers “skateboarders.” The use of the term “skateboarder” is obvious. Most people think of white people when they think of skateboarders. This is yet another tactic to downplay black racial mob violence.

When you look at these surveillance pictures, what adjectives come to mind? Is “skateboarder” on the top of your list?

NYPD: Dead Baby Found In Teen’s Bag Inside Manhattan Victoria’s Secret

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This is from CBS 2 New York.

One of the girls is a daughter of Obama and she bore

the dead baby.

Now I heard the baby the was asphyxiated.

If that is true she needs  asphyxiated also.

Police searched Rodriguez’s apartment Thursday night. They also were examining surveillance video from inside the store.

Neighbors and friends said they had no idea Rodriguez, who has a 2-year-old son, was pregnant. In recent photos posted online, Rodriguez’s pregnancy was not obvious. Late Wednesday night, she posted on her Facebook page complaining of cramps.

“I couldn’t really tell because she’s a little heavyset, so I wouldn’t know if she was pregnant, pregnant or that’s just her,” neighbor Ramon Acosta told Sanchez.

“I was in shock,” Acosta said of Thursday’s events. “I caught goosebumps and all that. It’s like, come on, that’s a young, innocent girl to my eyes.

Residents who live near the Victoria’s Secret told Sanchez they were also stunned by the news.

“It’s sad and it hurts because it’s still a life that was born, and now it’s gone,” said Esther Gross, of the Upper West Side.

Police investigate at Tiana Rodriguez's apartment in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, on Oct. 17, 2013. (credit: CBS 2)

Police investigate at Tiana Rodriguez’s apartment in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, on Oct. 17, 2013. (credit: CBS 2)

Passersby on the busy corner asked others what the commotion was about, and some were shaken by the answer they received.

“Very devastating,” one woman told WCBS 880′s Alex Silverman. “I’m a mother of a 5-year-old. I wanted to cry. It’s very sad.”

“There’s no reason, there’s no logical explanation to carry around a fetus,” another woman said.

Cuomo Announces Plans To Modify Gun Control Law To Exempt Film Industry

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This is from CBS 2 New York.

This proves the word liberal and logic do not go together.

Like the Obamacare Bill no one bothered to read it.

Like San Fran Nan said ‘We have to pass this bill to see whats in it.”

The fools in New York did the same with their bill.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo (file / credit: Governor's Office)

To Also Fix Error In Legislation Featuring Cops And High-Capacity Magazines.

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Just a month after Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the strictest gun control law in the country, state officials plan to make some exemptions.

The law toughened restrictions on military-style rifles and high-capacity semiautomatic handguns, but those restrictions will be changed so those types of weapons can be used on the sets of television shows and movies being shot in New York.

“We spend a lot of money in the state bringing movie production here, post production here. So obviously we would want to facilitate that,” Cuomo said.

Cuomo said the prop firearms used in films would probably not be classified as an assault weapon.

“But people want certainty and there’s no reason not to make a change like that,” the governor added. “Apparently, they have blanks or they have phony magazines or something.”

Cuomo and lawmakers announced on Wednesday that they’ll also fix an error that made its way into the law.

The measure passed so quickly that as it reads now, police officers carrying high-capacity magazines could be in violation of the law, Diamond reported.

The need for a “clean-up” bill means the fight over the law may not be over after all.

An estimated 10,000 opponents of the new restrictions will descend on Albany Thursday as legislators consider additional amendments.

The New York State legislature quickly passed the gun control measure in the wake of the Dec. 14 Newtown, Conn. school massacreGunman Adam Lanza used a Bushmaster .223 semiautomatic in his rampage that left 20 first graders and six educators dead.

Yes, People ‘Need’ Large-Capacity Magazines

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This is from Personal Liberty Digest.

I agree with the articles writer Yes We do need multiple round magazines.

In refuse the use the language of the gun grabbers any more.

I bet the mother in Georgia would have loved more than five rounds.

Then there are the flash mobs,and other trouble makers.

So people do need multiple round magazines.  


Yes, People ‘Need’ Large-Capacity Magazines

Violent, thieving mobs — called flash mobs because they spring up almost instantaneously, loot and ransack a business and disperse within a minute or two — have been seen across the country over the past several years. Not surprisingly, they’ve now made their way into New York City.

Newsstand and convenience store owners in New York say the mobs of 20, 30, 40 or more are hitting their establishments regularly, stealing merchandise, damaging property and injuring customers.

“They assemble, they do whatever it is they’re going to do, and then they disassemble in a matter minutes. By the time somebody recognizes what is happening or is injured, if the police are able to respond, it is slow,” Jon Shane, assistant professor of criminal justice at John Jay College told CBS New York.

Raj Shmara owns a newsstand at Broadway at 55th Street. Shmara said his newsstand has been targeted seven different times by mobs of teens. During an attack just last week, the kids threw a bottle at an employee who had to be hospitalized. Watching a video of the mob attack is frightening. Dozens of youths crawl over one another like a pack of dogs scuffling over one food bowl.

New York business owners are trying to “protect themselves” by installing surveillance cameras because they say they aren’t getting any help from New York police.

And, of course, thanks to the recently passed New York gun control legislation, New York business owners can’t really protect themselves. Scary-looking black semi-automatic personal defense weapons with large magazines are now banned in the city because the State’s government decided no one “needs” a weapon with a large-capacity magazine.

A gun now legal in New York with a magazine holding only seven rounds wouldn’t be sufficient to take out a third of some of those mobs. But a store owner holding an AR-15 with a 30-round mag and another at his side would serve as a great deterrent to a mob of 20, 30 or 40 thugs.


Search On For Drive-By Fruit-Throwing Vandal Who Damaged Cars In New Rochelle

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This is from CBS 2 New York.

Governor  Cuomo and Mayor Bloomberg to ban assault fruit.

How many innocent people need to die before assault fruit is banned?

We need to pass the assault fruit ban for the children.


17 Vehicles Pelted By Pumpkins, Papayas, Pineapples; Residents Perplexed.


NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Police in New Rochelle on Sunday were searching for a vandal who has damaged numerous vehicles by hurling fruit at them.

As 1010 WINS’ Gene Michaels reports, the vandal has damaged at least 17 vehicles in the drive by fruit-throwings – nine of them early Sunday morning.

“I’m not happy this happened in this neighborhood,” said one resident, Scott. “I mean you know, this is a good neighborhood, and it’s not something that we like to see around here.”

Scott lives on Neptune Avenue in New Rochelle, and he was not happy to learn about what some are calling the Fruit Bandit.

The suspect has hurled pumpkins, papayas and even pineapples at the cars. Telltale traces of pumpkin and pineapple were still visible along Pelham Road Sunday evening.

“It’s like a random thing to sort of hear, and sort of experience,” Scott said. “Who thinks of things like this?”

New Rochelle police wanted to know, along with the vehicle owners. They suffered broken mirrors, smashed windows and other damage Sunday morning, and last weekend too.

John, who also lives on Neptune Avenue, said his neighbor, Tommy, was a victim of the Fruit Bandit.

“My neighbor got hit twice. They didn’t smash the window, but they did damage to the car. It hit the back window,” John said. “I guess it was at night, because he went to work kind of early, and when he got into work, he saw it; when he came out in the morning.”

Scott parks his car in the area where the Fruit Bandit struck, and said: “I hope nothing happens to it. That would not be good.”



Apparent Beef Between Food Cart Vendors Leads To Wild Shootout Near Yankee Stadium

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This is from CBS-2 New York.

How could this happen in New York law biding people can not have a gun.

But is seems the criminals are the only ones to have guns.

You do not see this much in states where you can own and carry a gun.

I have had people tell me you must be paranoid because you carry a gun.

My reply is what the hell do I have to be paranoid about I carry a gun.

Witness: Argument Over A Spot Results In Bullets Flying, 2 Wounded, 1 Arrested.

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Diners in a Bronx community ran for cover as shots rang out Thursday afternoon.

A bloodied shirt, deserted stands, and plenty of police were part of the aftermath of a broad daylight double shooting involving an ordained minister just blocks from Yankee Stadium.

The incident happened in the shadows of the ballpark on East 161st Street and Gerard Avenue, near the Crown Diner, around 1:30 p.m.

Witnesses said a man dressed in a suit and straw hat, later identified by police as Horace Coleman, shot two victims before dropping his gun and putting his hands up. He was then quickly arrested by court officers in the area who were on their lunch break, CBS 2′s Sean Hennessey reported.

Witnesses said the shooting occurred following a dispute between food cart vendors who were arguing over a spot. Investigators said the alleged shooter owns a water stand in the concourse area.

Patricia Perez and Anne Davis said they were inside the diner scared out of their minds.

“Everyone was having lunch and all of a sudden we heard like four pops — pop pop pop — and everyone started running,” Perez said.

“When I heard the pop, I hit for the bathroom. I was running for cover,” Davis added.

The shooting took place right outside the diner door, police said.

“He turned around and shot the man in the newsstand, then he turned around and shot down the block, a couple of bullets. I don’t know whether he hit somebody. They say he hit another person. Then he turned back, leaned over the man in the newsstand, and shot him again,” witness Debbie Haughton said.

“I could see the guy, I heard the shot. I looked over there — point-blank he was shooting this guy at least four times,” one street merchant told 1010 WINSAl Jones.

As the bullets flew, so did the diner’s customers, some fleeing to the back, others to the window to see outside.

“I saw the shooter running up the block with a gun in his hand,” witness Peter Katsihtis said.

Katsihtis said one of his customers, a man in an orange shirt, had just left his diner after a meal when he became a victim.

“He was telling me ‘Help me! Help me! I can’t breathe!’ and I noticed he was shot, a lot of blood on his body,” he said.

Police told 1010 WINS’ Jones a 41-year-old man was shot multiple times and is in critical condition, while a 60-year-old was shot in the torso. The shooting victims were transported to Lincoln Hospital.

One of the victims reportedly underwent surgery.

On Thursday night, Coleman’s family visited the precinct where he was being held and said the ordained minister had to have been pushed to the edge to ever use a weapon.

“He doesn’t curse. He doesn’t fight. He doesn’t to get in confrontations,” said Mickey Bentson, the suspect’s cousin. “It had to be him protecting himself in order to get out of that situation.”

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