Not a peep from our "Gedoilim" or Ezra "the kapo" Friedlander!
Gedoilim are busy prohibiting the internet, a futile exercise, since the internet is essential in the present and future economic dealings...
and totally ignore the humongous Chillul Hashem caused by our own ..
The boss of the Upper East Side’s 19th Precinct and a deputy housing chief have been stripped of their guns and badges Thursday morning – amid reports by The Post of an FBI probe of suspected corruption in the NYPD, sources said.
“This is not a particularly good day for the department,” police Commissioner William Bratton said at a press conference
Deputy NYPD Inspector James Grant was placed on modified duty and transferred hours after The Post reported that he accepted diamonds and cash from one of the businessmen at the center of the federal probe.
Deputy Housing Chief Michael Harrington also was placed on modified duty and transferred, police said.
Meanwhile, Brooklyn South Deputy Chief Eric Rodriguez and Deputy Chief David Colon have been transferred, police said.
Grant was at his Staten Island home when he was handed hundreds of dollars by Jeremy Reichberg, a prominent figure in Borough Park, around Christmas, sources have said.
Grant soon became aware that the feds had opened a probe into the NYPD, and he told close friends, “I’m f–ked. I can’t go to jail,” a source said.
Investigators also discovered that Grant on multiple occasions had personally escorted Reichberg from the airport after overseas trips to pick up diamonds.
“[Grant] said he would meet him at the airport and get him back to where he had to go,” the source said.
Grant has known Reichberg for about eight years, including Grant’s time as head of Sunset Park’s 72nd Precinct from 2011 to 2014, sources said.
Reichberg and Jona Rechnitz, an Upper West Side real estate investor, are both at the center of a federal probe into whether high-ranking members of the NYPD took lavish gifts in exchange for favors.