Day: October 19, 2020

Disagreement Over Drop Boxes Adds To Election Conflict

Disagreement Over Drop Boxes Adds To Election Conflict

Though the election is officially fifteen days away, over 29 million people across the United States have already voted, according to the U.S. Elections Project. As the lead up to Election Day continues, though, so too does the conflict that has underlined much of this year’s election season.

Parole Granted To Louisiana Man Sentenced To Life Over Stolen Hedge Clippers

Parole Granted To Louisiana Man Sentenced To Life Over Stolen Hedge Clippers

Last week, in a 3-0 vote, the Louisiana Committee on Parole decided to grant Louisiana man Fair Wayne Bryant parole. Bryant was sentenced to life in prison after stealing a pair of hedge clippers in 1997. The severity of the sentence was due to Louisiana’s “habitual offender” laws, which provide harsher sentences to those with previous convictions.

A night with the Guardian Angels: Legendary vigilante who once survived a mob hit by John Gotti says NYC has turned into a ‘muggers delight’ under Mayor de Blasio and claims the the Big Apple is returning to the ‘Fear City’ he knew in 1979

A night with the Guardian Angels: Legendary vigilante who once survived a mob hit by John Gotti says NYC has turned into a ‘muggers delight’ under Mayor de Blasio and claims the the Big Apple is returning to the ‘Fear City’ he knew in 1979

New York City is on the ropes and it is déjà vu all over again for Curtis Sliwa, 66, and his crime fighting red beret vigilantes. Shootings were up by 127% for the month of September and the year-to-date murder rate has increased by 34%.

New York Post: ‘Corridor of misery, despair and crime’: Guardian Angels patrol NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood

New York Post: ‘Corridor of misery, despair and crime’: Guardian Angels patrol NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood

The Guardian Angels have begun patrolling Chelsea — the third Manhattan neighborhood the crime-prevention group has descended upon this year.

Batboy’s Courage Would Make the Boss and Gehrig Proud

Batboy’s Courage Would Make the Boss and Gehrig Proud

When George Steinbrenner walked into the “swanky” restaurant, La Club, everyone runs around trying to please the man known as “the Boss” as if he owned the place. That was the kind of respect that he demanded and received without even saying a word.