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Many are also attacking President Obama for what happened in Brooklyn as well


Mayor Bill de Blasio Under Scrutiny After 2 NYPD Officers Killed

Tensions between police and de Blasio have run high since the police chokehold death of Eric Garner in July

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Several community and political leaders have criticized New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio in the wake of Saturday’s fatal ambush of two police officers.


The attack by a man identified as Ismaaiyl Brinsley, who posted on social media specifically about wanting to kill police before traveling to New York City and shooting the officers at close range, arrives at the end of months of rising tension between de Blasio and the city’s police force.


Police union leaders have already criticized de Blasio’s lack of support for city police officers, who have been the subject of increased scrutiny after a grand jury declined to indict a white cop in the chokehold-related death of Staten Island man Eric Garner. The grand jury decision was issued around the same time that police shot and killed an unarmed black man, Akai Gurley, in a darkened stairwell in Brooklyn.



Nationally, protests against racial profiling and excessive police force have centered around the rallying cry #BlackLivesMatter, taking place in malls, football stadiums and on the streets of major cities like Los Angeles; Atlanta; Chicago; Oakland, Calif.; and Washington, D.C. The protests have primarily focused on Garner and Michael Brown, the unarmed black teen shot and killed in Ferguson, Mo., in August, as well as 12-year-old Tamir Rice, who was shot and killed in November by Cleveland police who thought his toy gun was real.

De Blasio has previously expressed sympathy for the Garner family, and has called for “an honest conversation in this country about a history of racism.”

During a news conference on Saturday, the mayor stressed the importance of police and expressed outrage at the afternoon attack. “We depend on our police to protect us against forces of criminality and evil,” he said. “They are a foundation of our society, and when they are attacked, it is an attack on the very concept of decency.”

Police said Brinsley shot his ex-girlfriend in Baltimore before traveling to New York City on Saturday, killing officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos, who were sitting in a squad car, and then turning the gun on himself.

The tension between police officers and de Blasio was visible during the news conference, as several officers turned their backs to de Blasio when he entered the room. Days before the ambush, union leaders had circulated a letter in which officers may request that de Blasio not attend their funerals if they die on duty.

The Sergeants Benevolent Association, a union of NYPD officers who have heavily criticized de Blasio since Garner’s death in July, said:


George Pataki, former Republican governor of New York, wrote:


Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said Sunday in a Fox News interview:

It is the right time to talk about policies. His policies of allowing protests to get out of control, and of his not emphasizing enough the importance of fatherhood, the importance of education, the importance of an alternative to a public education system that is failing the black children.
New York State senate homeland security chairman Scott Brown wrote on Facebook:

I am angry that there are public figures/elected officials who are contributing to the racial tension. Sad that we do not have a leader or leaders who want to unite our country and that people don’t see through their efforts to divide us.
Community leader the Rev. Al Sharpton, who has organized rallies protesting the nonindictments in the Garner and Brown cases, said in a statement:

Any use of the names of Eric Garner and Michael Brown, in connection with any violence or killing of police, is reprehensible and against the pursuit of justice in both cases. We have stressed at every rally and march that anyone engaged in any violence is an enemy to the pursuit of justice for Eric Garner and Michael Brown.
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Police turn their back on de Blasio

A blue wall of silently seething police officers turned their backs on Mayor de Blasio Saturday night — literally.
As the mayor and his entourage snaked through a jammed third-floor corridor at Woodhull Hospital, where two officers had been pronounced dead just hours earlier, scores of grieving cops faced the walls — and away from the leader they believe has failed them.
Earlier, de Blasio approached a cluster of cops at the Brooklyn Hospital and offered, “We’re all in this together.”
“No we’re not,” an officer replied tersely, according to a cop who witnessed the icy scene.
The rank-and-file’s anger at the mayor was palpable citywide.
“It’s f–king open season on us right now,” one officer said. “When is he going to step up?”

Speaking moments after the bodies of Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu were driven away, as hundreds of cops stood at somber attention, Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch said, “There’s blood on many hands tonight.”
“That blood . . . starts on the steps of City Hall, in the Office of the Mayor,” he said.
Just last week, cops began signing a “Don’t Insult My Sacrifice” waiver, distributed by the PBA, that warned the mayor and speaker to stay away from funerals of cops killed in the line of duty.
It is not known if the officers slain Saturday had signed the waiver. which singles out de Blasio and Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito for their “consistent refusal to show police officers the support and respect they deserve.”
Many cops said they blame deBlasio for helping to create a climate of distrust in cops that has turned them into targets.
They pointed to Hizzoner just last week calling an assault by Brooklyn Bridge protesters on two NYPD lieutenants an ­“alleged” assault, even as dramatic video of the attack emerged.
De Blasio revealed in an ABC News interview earlier this month that he and First Lady Chirlane McCray had instructed their biracial son, Dante, about the “dangers” that police pose.

But just moments after the stunning cold shoulder in the hospital hallway, de Blasio wiped away tears at a press conference in which he spoke of meeting the families and praying “over the bodies of these two officers.”
“When a police officer is murdered it tears at the foundation of our society,” he said. “It is an attack on all of us, on everything we hold dear … Therefore every New Yorker should feel they too were attacked, our entire city was attacked, by this heinous individual.”
Answering a question about the politics at play in the wake of the tragedy, he said it was a “time to think about these families. I don’t think it’s a time for politics or ­political analysis. It’s a time to think about families that just lost their father, their husband, their son.”
Mark-Viverito, who accompanied the mayor to the hospital, tweeted earlier that she was “truly horrified” by the shooting and was praying for the officers and their families. Five minutes later, she tweeted: “Zero tolerance for any act of violence against police officers who protect & serve our city.”
I am truly horrified at the acts of violence perpetrated against our #NYPD officers. I'm praying for officers shot & their families.
— Melissa MarkViverito (@MMViverito) December 20, 2014
Zero tolerance for any act of violence against police officers who protect & serve our city
— Melissa MarkViverito (@MMViverito) December 20, 2014
Vernon Geberth, a retired NYPD homicide lieutenant who wrote what is considered the detective’s bible, “Practical Homicide Investigation,’’ was unmoved.
“De Blasio’s comments have given license to the anti-police activists and thugs to attack the police,” he said. “His comments have been absolutely despicable. Telling his son he should be afraid of the police? I’m not surprised these two police officers have been assassinated as a direct result of de Blasio’s comments.”

De Blasio goes AWOL, avoids families of executed cops

As cops were being threatened and assaulted and the city reeled over the execution of two officers, Mayor de Blasio prayed at St. Patrick’s Cathedral Sunday — then went into hiding.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton visited the scene of the horrific attack in Brooklyn and Gov. Cuomo paid a wrenching condolence call to the home of one of the slain cops, but de Blasio ran from reporters and was nowhere to be found after the church service.

He showed up for 10:15 a.m. Mass with his wife, Chirlane McCray, and Bratton, with all three sitting in a front-row pew as Timothy Cardinal Dolan urged prayers for the slain cops’ families, the NYPD — and the embattled mayor.
Dolan asked Bratton to tell cops that “we love them very much, we mourn with them, we need them, we respect them, we’re proud of them and we thank them.”
Reporters were then told to leave the church early for a nearby news conference with the mayor, but de Blasio — who was snubbed by scores of cops at Woodhull Hospital Saturday — scooted out after the service and ignored questions as he hopped into an SUV.
In other developments while de Blasio was AWOL:
The NYPD said it is investigating more than a dozen threatened copycat attacks after Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos were shot execution-style. One man was busted for allegedly attacking an officer in the 28th Precinct station house in Harlem on Sunday.
The department suspended patrols by its Volunteer Auxiliary Police, whose members wear uniforms and ride in marked vehicles but are not armed.
Surveillance video revealed that killer Ismaaiyl Brinsley spoke with two strangers shortly before his Saturday rampage, telling the men to “follow me on Instagram and watch what I’m going to do,” cops said.
EMT Tantania Alexander recalled trying to save the shot cops, with Ramos struggling to tell her his name before blacking out.
The New York Rangers held a moment of silence for the fallen officers at Madison Square Garden Sunday night.
The Brooklyn Nets honored the cops at Barclays Center.

After an hourlong sit-down with Ramos’ family, Cuomo said, “An attack on a police officer is an attack on every law-abiding person in the City of New York, and that’s what this was.”
He also spoke by phone with Liu’s widow, who told him she was too distraught to see him in person, a Cuomo spokesman said.
Shabhan Ali, a neighbor of Liu, fumed outside his Bensonhurst home Sunday about de Blasio’s no-show.
“was a hero and was protecting the city. De Blasio should pay his regards,” he said.
Outside Ramos’ Cypress Hills home, the president of the 75th Precinct Community Council, John Rodriguez, seethed, “Come out here and show this family some respect — that’s what should do.”
It was unclear Sunday if Ramos or Liu had signed forms distributed by their union last week for cops to ask that neither de Blasio nor Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito attend their funerals if they are killed in the line of duty.
A cousin of Ramos, Richard Gonzalez, said de Blasio “could come if he wants.”
“We’re not disrespectful. We’re not going to throw him out and say, ‘Don’t be here,’ ” he said. “We want to bury our cousin and our son and grieve in peace.”

Former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly blamed de Blasio for inflaming anti-police sentiment after the grand-jury decision in the death of Eric Garner.
“I think when the mayor made statements about that he had to train his son to be — his son who is biracial — to be careful when he’s dealing with the police, I think that set off this latest firestorm,” Kelly said on ABC’s “This Week.”
Ex-Mayor Rudy Giuliani faulted President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder, as well as de Blasio.
“We’ve had four months of propaganda starting with the president that everybody should hate the police,” he told Fox News.
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Oh now the Mayor hear us. It's sad with what happen to these cops but I knew somebody was going to get on some Ish like this. In the wake of two cop slayings in Brooklyn this weekend, police unions and their allies are blaming recent calls to bring more accountability to America’s police forces from New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and the Obama administration.
Rafael Ramos, 40, and Wenjian Liu, 32, were shot dead while sitting in their patrol car Saturday afternoon by a man who officials say was out for revenge for the deaths of Eric Garner in Staten Island and Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. The men’s deaths at the hands of police have caused nationwide protests against police brutality and sparked calls for reform from de Blasio and the Obama administration. These protests intensified after two separate grand juries cleared the policemen of charges of wrongdoing in both cases.
New York City and national police unions quickly blamed the push for reform — and certain politicians’ rhetoric — for inflaming tensions toward police. De Blasio said after the Staten Island grand jury declined to bring charges against the police officer in the Garner case earlier this month that it was a “painful day” for many New Yorkers, leaving some police officers feeling thrown under the bus.
The mayor strongly condemned the police slayings at a press conference Saturday night. As he walked into Woodhull Hospital in Brooklyn, dozens of NYPD police at the event were captured on video silently turning their backs to him in protest.
“When a police officer is murdered, it tears at the foundation of our society,” a somber-looking de Blasio said. “It is an attack on all of us. It’s an attack on everything we hold dear. We depend on our police to protect us against forces of criminality and evil. They are a foundation of our society, and when they are attacked, it is an attack on the very concept of decency.”
Later, de Blasio urged New Yorkers to call 911 if they hear someone threatening to kill cops, in order to “protect our entire civilization.”
But police unions were still angry at de Blasio after his speech. They’ve criticized him for meeting with protest leaders in recent days. They also circulated a petition for police officers to sign if they do not want the mayor to attend their funeral should they die in the line of duty. (It’s unclear if either of the slain officers had signed it.)
“There is blood on many hands, from those that incited violence under the guise of protest to try to tear down what police officers do every day,” Patrick Lynch, the head of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association union, told reporters after de Blasio spoke Saturday night. “That blood on the hands starts on the steps of city hall in the office of the mayor.”
Lynch said that after the funerals of the two slain officers, “those who allowed this to happen will be held accountable.” Another union, the Sergeants Benevolent Association, echoed Lynch, tweeting that the “blood of 2 executed police officers is on the hands of Mayor de Blasio.”
Former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly poured on the criticism on Sunday morning in an interview with ABC News, saying de Blasio ran “an antipolice campaign.” "Quite frankly the mayor ran an antipolice campaign last year when he ran for mayor, so there’s a bit of a residue," he said.
De Blasio was elected to office after campaigning fiercely against the NYPD’s “stop and frisk” program, in which tens of thousands of mostly black and Latino men were stopped and searched by police without probable cause. As a candidate, de Blasio ran an ad saying he worried his own biracial son would be a target of stop and frisk because of his race. De Blasio reined in stop and frisk once elected, but declined to support legislation to completely ban it.
The New York City mayor is just one of many public officials who have pushed for policing reforms after several high-profile shootings sparked national protests and outrage. Attorney General Eric Holder and President Obama have called for better relationships between police and communities of color in recent weeks, and expressed dismay at the “militarized” response to protests in Ferguson by police last summer.
The Justice Department plans to fund 50,000 body cameras for police as one way to increase accountability and build trust. De Blasio recently outfitted several dozen police officers with the cameras as part of a body camera pilot program.
Politicians are feeling pressure to make changes as thousands of Americans continue to protest what they believe is a culture of excessive force among some police departments — force that is often directed at poor minority men. It’s unclear if these two policemen’s murders will slow the pace of these reforms or affect the ongoing anti-police-brutality protests in many American cities in the coming weeks.
Former New York Gov. George Pataki tweeted that both de Blasio and Attorney General Eric Holder's "rhetoric" on police were to blame for the deaths, linking the mayor to the Obama administration.
“The poorly thought out and intemperate statements made by public figures in the aftermath of Ferguson could well be a triggering factor in unstable folks feeling that they’re empowered to commit violent acts,” Jim Pasco, the executive director of the National Fraternal Order of Police, told Yahoo News.
At Saturday’s press conference, NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton also appeared to implicate the recent police protests in the crime: "Let's face it. There's been, not just in New York, but throughout the country, a very strong, antipolice, anti-criminal-justice system, anti-societal set of initiatives underway,” Bratton said. “One of these unfortunate aspects, sometimes, is that some people get caught up in the directions they should not."
Police leaders say it’s not their job alone to improve community relations.
“I hope people will begin to understand that it’s not just a matter of restoring community faith in police, it’s a matter of restoring police faith in community,” Pasco said, referencing recent calls for police to repair their connections with minority communities. “This is exactly the kind of thing that leads police officers to be defensive and to fear for their lives as they try to go about protecting people in the poorest parts of the country.”
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Tensions between NYC's mayor and cops hit a new low after two police officers were executed in Brooklyn and de Blasio visited the hospital they were taken to.
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Professor Krugman reminds us that for many years numerous republican conservatives were consumed with Putin envy, or perhaps one should say, Putin lust (the excerpt below is from a linked Friedman column http://goo.gl/Disy9b):

"IN March, the House Intelligence Committee chairman, Mike Rogers, was asked on “Fox News Sunday” how he thought President Obama was handling relations with Russia versus how President Vladimir Putin had been handling relations with the United States. Rogers responded: “Well, I think Putin is playing chess, and I think we’re playing marbles. And I don’t think it’s even close.” [...]

Rogers was hardly alone in his Putin envy. As Jon Stewart pointed out, Fox News has had a veritable Putin love fest going since March: Sarah Palin opined to the network that: “People are looking at Putin as one who wrestles bears and drills for oil. They look at our president as one who wears mom jeans and equivocates and bloviates.” Fox contributor Rudy Giuliani observed on the same day that in contrast with Obama, Putin was “what you call a leader.”

I guess we know who Palin and Giuliani want to wrestle with. I guess to the man who is the world's expert in tic-tac-toe, chess and marbles look equally challenging to the intellect.

Professor Krugman ends with a timely warning to all of the chicken hawk would-be conquistadors both domestic and foreign:

"I have no idea what will become of the Putin regime. But Mr. Putin has offered all of us a valuable lesson. Never mind shock and awe: In the modern world, conquest is for losers."

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"Internet connectivity between North Korea and the outside world, though never robust to begin with, is currently suffering one of its worst outages in recent memory, suggesting that the country may be enduring a mass cyber attack a few days after President Obama warned the US would launch a "proportional response" to North Korea's hack against Sony.

"I haven't seen such a steady beat of routing instability and outages in KP before," said Doug Madory, director of Internet analysis at the cybsecurity firm Dyn Research, according to Martyn Williams of the excellent blog North Korea Tech. Madory explained, "Usually there are isolated blips, not continuous connectivity problems. I wouldn't be surprised if they are absorbing some sort of attack presently."..."
North Korea's internet appears to be under mass cyber attack
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This morning from Kawainui Marsh Kailua, Hawaii.  This is a 6 exposure panorama.  If you look real hard to the far left you can see President Obama's vacation home.

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It’s official! The U.S. Senate passed the extension to Section 179 of the IRS tax code, and President Obama signed it into law as of December 19th. That means your business needs to act right now in order to potentially save up to $500,000 on your taxes…
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It’s official! The U.S. Senate passed the extension to Section 179 of the IRS tax code, and President Obama signed it into law as of December 19th. That means your business needs to act right now in order to potentially save up to $500,000 on your taxes for 2014. You can read more about the …
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You Could Save Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars on Technology This Tax Year, But Only if You Act Now: It’s official! The U.S. Senate passed the extension to Section 179 of the IRS tax code, and President Obama signed it into law as of December 19th. That means your business needs to act right now…
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It’s official! The U.S. Senate passed the extension to Section 179 of the IRS tax code, and President Obama signed it into law as of December 19th. That means your business needs to act right now in order to potentially save up to $500,000 on your taxes for 2014. You can read more about the …
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You Could Save Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars on Technology This Tax Year, But Only if You Act Now: It’s official! The U.S. Senate passed the extension to Section 179 of the IRS tax code, and President Obama signed it into law as of December 19th. That means your business needs to act right now…
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It’s official! The U.S. Senate passed the extension to Section 179 of the IRS tax code, and President Obama signed it into law as of December 19th. That means your business needs to act right now in order to potentially save up to $500,000 on your taxes for 2014. You can read more about the …
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