* The New York Times’ Michael Powell writes that outgoing New York Police Department spokesman Paul Browne engaged in “unwise” behavior in shading the truth more than once over his tenure: http://nyti.ms/13yZWto
Comment I attempted to post on The NY Times 7:37 am this morning:
"The NYPD culture is a culture of lies. I had a letter published after 9-11 asking for a raise for the NYPD and FDNY in The New York Times. Never again.
I was violently assaulted at the doctors office in Soho and 2 weeks later, I learned the MD's receptionist who attacked me filed a false cross complaint and "my detective" who refused to meet me lied to me and about me over the phone because he to date has never met me. I agreed to be false arrested twice and I spoke to Ron Kuby who promised to see me through this nightmare as I tried to tend to serious injuries including to my eye but I was confounded as much by the NYPD violence and abuse that poured through the phone.
I asked Ron Kuby about the lying. He told me the detective can lie to me but he isn't allowed to lie to my lawyer. I have to laugh because we all know what testily means. The NYPD are so brazen lying they are willing to lie under oath.
The NYPD stats are like a casino in Las Vegas, the fix is in.
The NYPD stats are one big lie. Mike Bloomberg says crime is down. Not true. I was violently assaulted as a medical patient in an office trying to be chic and a medical office is suppose to be a safe place. Instead of being part of a statical report me being savagely attacked by a medical doctor's receptionist is now part of a lawsuit I filed myself against the NYPD with the hope win, lose or settlement for reform and a new Commission in to the the NYPD. IAB, CCRB and Commission to Combat Police Corruption in my opinion a lie as well. "
The New York Times NYPD Paul Browne Unwise Behavior