A man suspected of hitting and killing a pedestrian while driving under the influence of alcohol was quickly released due to New York’s new criminal justice reforms, according to reports.

Farkell Hopkins, 23, allegedly struck a jaywalker in East Harlem while piloting a Safelite AutoGlass truck with a blood-alcohol content at twice the legal limit on New Year’s Eve.

The unidentified male victim was pronounced dead at the scene.

Hopkins was arrested and charged with vehicular manslaughter and DWI, but “was cut loose before he was even arraigned,” the New York Post reports.

“But even when Hopkins is arraigned, he will likely be freed into the community once again if the charges don’t change — as vehicular manslaughter is among the more than 400 offenses that are no longer bail-eligible under the sweeping criminal justice reforms, sources told The Post.”

The Manhattan District Attorney’s office asserts Hopkins will be prosecuted, despite onerous new directives designed to protect suspected criminals.

“Under the new mandates, prosecutors must obtain and provide charged persons with a variety of materials within 15 days of arraignment,” said Danny Frost, spokesman for the Manhattan District Attorney.

“Accordingly, in a number of cases, prosecutors will defer charges until they are confident that discovery obligations can be fulfilled within fifteen days of arraignment on those charges.”

Anonymous NYPD insiders expressed their outrage to the Post, saying, “They’re f–king letting everybody go.”

Infowars recently reported on the case of Steven Haynes, the suspect in a vicious attack on a New York Police Department officer who was released just hours later, despite the incident being captured on camera.

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The suspect in a vicious attack on a New York Police Department officer was released just hours later, despite the incident being captured on camera, according to reports.

Steven Haynes, 40, allegedly punched an officer and pinned him to the ground in front of a Bank of America in Brooklyn Heights while the officer’s partner attempted to remove Haynes.

Haynes reportedly has at least 24 prior arrests and is now facing a lengthy list of charges, including “assault on a police officer, resisting arrest, obstructing governmental administration, disorderly conduct and an alcohol violation,” the New York Post reports.

Haynes “returned to Livingston and Court streets in Downtown Brooklyn — where police say he slugged and brawled with one of New York’s Finest on Thursday — after being cut loose, irritating local merchants who say he’s been a troublesome presence on the block for months,” the Post reports.

Michael Vitiello, manager of a local Italian restaurant, expressed his shock that Haynes is already back on the streets.

“No bail. Three hours, he was back in the same spot,” Vitiello told the Post. “They had a cop sitting there, just watching him. He got his own security ‘cuz he’s a celebrity now.”

“They could have locked him up in Bellevue last night, but they didn’t do it. Now he’s back in the street causing problems.”

New York City judges have reportedly begun releasing defendants facing ‘lower level’ charges ahead of a bail reform measure set to take effect statewide on January 1, 2020.

“The criminal justice reforms don’t take effect until Jan. 1, but the consequences can already be seen,” said former NYC Police Commissioner Bill Bratton. “The laws are seriously flawed thanks to Albany’s rush to pass it in the dead of night without debate. It’s clear the ‘reform’ itself needs to be reformed.”

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More than 90,000 packages are disappearing every day in New York City as delivery thefts soar, according to the New York Times.

The city has seen a 15 percent increase in packages failing to reach their final destinations on first delivery attempt due to thieves or other miscellaneous factors, transportation experts say.

“In New York City, where more orders are delivered than anywhere else in the country, over 90,000 packages a day are stolen or disappear without explanation, up roughly 20 percent from four years ago,” the Times reports.

“We’re going to keep reminding you about this throughout the holiday shopping season,” the NYPD warned in a recent tweet detailing a list of steps shoppers should take to protect their purchases.

Police rarely investigate package theft, emboldening criminals and forcing many online shoppers and courier services to take prevention into their own hands.

NYC residents are installing doorbell cameras and replacing outdated mailboxes, or even arranging to have packages delivered to their offices or relatives’ homes.

UPS, FedEx, and Amazon are implementing a growing network of “secure delivery sites” and lockers across the city, while many local businesses are acting as trusted receivers for a small fee.

An estimated 1.7 million packages reportedly go missing nationwide on a daily basis, amounting to more than $25 million in losses.

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A female bystander was shoved head-first into a New York City subway car by a hostile man, according to a video posted to social media.

The man appears to be engaged in a dispute with other men on a train platform in Brooklyn before he attacks the woman, who does not appear to have any connection to the original altercation.

“What? What?” the man can be heard repeatedly yelling at his opponents as he engages them physically.

Eventually, he sets his sights on the woman, who has her back turned to him and appears to be walking towards the open train door.

He shoves her forcefully from behind with both hands, causing her to slam head-first into the sidewall of the subway car.

“It happened around 7:40 p.m. on the southbound platform of the Dekalb Avenue D/M subway station, police said,” Pix11 reports.

“Authorities responded to the scene, but the people involved had dispersed, police said.”

In replies to the tweet containing the original footage, one man claims he had already encountered the suspect in the video previously.

“I’ve seen this man before,” wrote user Alex Levy. “He did the same exact thing a few month back on the actual train. He barrelled into a dozen people and started saying “So! So! SO! I NEED MY MONEY!”

Police are now investigating the incident and attempting to determine the identity of the alleged perpetrator.

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is blaming NYPD policies for officers being doused in water by emboldened youths without fear of consequences or arrest, as recent viral videos have demonstrated.

Cuomo addressed a specific incident and subsequent similar attacks during an appearance on The Roundtable talk radio show.

“Walking away was one of the most disturbing and embarrassing actions I’ve seen. I don’t blame those officers, I believe they were relatively new,” Cuomo said. “I look to the training and the policies of the police department that would’ve instructed them to act that way.”

“The training has to be that you don’t turn around and get back in the car and drive away. You literally make law enforcement ineffective and impotent and that hurts everyone. You’re assaulted, you take the perpetrator into custody, that’s what you do.”

Cuomo indicated the officers’ refusal to take action against their aggressors could lead to de facto anarchy.

“If a police officer is being assaulted, the police officer has to do something. If the police officer is not willing to defend himself or herself, how are they going to defend me?” he asked.

“If that ever happened to the State Police, I would bet you my bottom dollar that you would not see State Police officers assaulted and they turn around and get back in the car.”

The videos document symptoms of “lawlessness” breaking out across the city due to a less stringent approach to law enforcement, as prescribed by top officials such as Mayor Bill de Blasio, according to reports.

“Everybody’s outraged,” an NYPD source told the New York Post. “It’s disgusting, embarrassing. There’s lawlessness around here now.”

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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says he has ordered police to avoid arresting students in the Big Apple “whenever possible,” especially if they are suspected of having committed “low-level offenses,” such as trespassing, vandalism, or pot smoking.

Instead, school administrators will be expected to “safely” handle potentially criminal incidents in lieu of police involvement, according to the New York Post.

“We have now changed the presence of policing in our schools,” said embattled Chancellor Richard Carranza. “Police should enforce the law — they shouldn’t enforce the law in schools as a matter of course.”

The NYC Department of Education, City Hall, and the NYPD reportedly signed off on a memorandum establishing the new polices on Wednesday.

“I have mixed feelings — my first reaction is obviously it’s great, because it reduces the school-to-prison pipeline,” a teacher at Progress High School in Brooklyn told the Post. “On the other side, I feel like it’s a way of manipulating data.”

“If you look at the infraction, the things [students] would get suspended for in the past are now being issued warning cards — and so it skews your data,” the educator explained. “If I’m a new principal and you leave it up to my judgement, am I going to be inclined to give that student a suspension and raise my numbers — or am I going to be inclined to make it a mandatory guidance conference? You now give me, an administrator, the ability of continuing to low-ball my numbers by leaving it up to me.”

The strategy closely resembles similar policies which have been identified as possible contributors to the Parkland massacre, namely the Obama administration’s “PROMISE Program,” which may have allowed Nicholas Cruz to slip through the system.

“Disturbing reports have indicated that federal guidance may have contributed to systemic failures to report Nikolas Cruz’s dangerous behaviors to local law enforcement,” Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) wrote to Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and Attorney General Jeff Sessions in 2018.

As Infowars reported at the time, “According to information currently available, Parkland mass shooter Nikolas Cruz was visited by local law enforcement 39 times over the course of seven years and was also reported to the FBI at least twice, leaving many to wonder how he slipped through the cracks, evaded arrest, continued attending school, and legally purchased firearms that he would later use to kill 17 of his former classmates and teachers.”

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A job opening advertised by a Manhattan school district targeted “teachers of color,” the New York Post reports just days after the filing of a $90 million discrimination lawsuit by three NYC Department of Education officials alleging anti-white bias.

The ad, which was reportedly posted on Indeed.com in April, invited applicants to attend a May 14th job fair.

A teacher took a screenshot of the posting before it was deleted and provided it to the Post.

“District 1 in NYC is looking to hire teachers of color for the 2019-2020 school year,” the ad read.

Screenshot / New York Post

A description of the job fair posted to Eventbrite reportedly stated, “We are committed to diversifying our teaching staff to better serve the diverse populations we serve.”

A DOE spokesman says the posting was “not authorized” and the matter is being investigated.

“This was a mistake by one school and it shouldn’t have happened,” he said.

Lawyers consulted by the Post offered their opinions that the advert violated employment discrimination laws and could potentially lead to a lawsuit.

“So, playing this out, if a qualified applicant who is not a person of color is denied the job, that person could bring a claim for discrimination and that job posting would be strong evidence that race/color played a factor in the decision,” said employment attorney David Gottlieb.

The NYC DOE is currently embroiled in a budding scandal stemming from the recent filing of a bombshell lawsuit alleging Chancellor Richard Carranza and other officials have engaged in a ‘crusade against toxic whiteness’ in the department.

The three plaintiffs, all white women and former DOE executives, allege they were systematically purged from their positions and replaced with less qualified persons of color, and shamed and demeaned in the process.

“Under Carranza’s leadership, DOE has swiftly and irrevocably silenced, sidelined and punished plaintiffs and other Caucasian female DOE employees on the basis of their race, gender and unwillingness to accept their other colleagues’ hateful stereotypes about them,” the plaintiffs’ attorney, Davida S. Perry, wrote in the filing.

Carranza, who was appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio in 2018, recently denied any wrongdoing or discriminatory policies.

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A man opening fire on a busy sidewalk in New York City is seen in harrowing CCTV footage showing pedestrians running for cover, including a young girl.

The incident unfolded on Gerard Avenue at approximately 2 pm on Friday afternoon, according to police.

NYPD posted video of the shooting as well as an enhanced screenshot of the suspect’s face.

A girl who appears to be very young can be seen walking towards the shooter before realizing he has a gun and desperately running for cover.

“According to police, the suspect approached a 19-year-old male who was with four other people,” News 12 reports. “It’s unclear what led up to the shooting, but investigators say the suspect proceeded to fire three rounds at the 19-year-old victim and the group he was with before running away.”

Police are still searching for the suspect.

In early February, an MS-13 militant who was in the United States illegally shot a rival gang member to death in broad daylight on a subway platform in Queens.

New York City is regarded as having some of the most restrictive laws on gun ownership in the nation – a fact to which Donald Trump Jr. once attested.

“Between myself, my brother, my father, and my wife, we have four of the 1,500 concealed carry permits for New York City, which is one of the most difficult carry licenses to get anywhere in the world and certainly in the United States,” Trump Jr. said in 2016.

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A new report exposes that MS-13 members are now targeting NYPD officers and Owen asks, “How did MS-13 get this information?”

A suspect has been apprehended in the death of a man on a New York City subway platform in what police are calling a “gang-related” shooting.

Police sources have reportedly indicated the suspect is a member of MS-13 while his victim was a member of the rival 18th Street gang.

Video of the midday shooting was shared to social media and depicts multiple men scuffling on the ground outside a subway car before a series of shots are fired.


“We have a person in custody,” a police source told the New York Post. “Motive is gang-related.”

Former NYPD officer and talk show host John Cardillo reports that Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office is “preventing ICE from confirming” the suspect’s immigration status.

“This incident is beyond horrifying,” said MTA spokesman Max Young. “While our system and the city are safer than ever before, we have zero tolerance for any violence on our subways and buses, and the safety of our customers and employees will always be our number one priority.”

New York City is regarded as having some of the most restrictive laws on gun ownership in the nation – a fact to which Donald Trump Jr. once attested.

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Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a disgusting new abortion law in New York that allows abortions up to the 9th month of pregnancy.