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NYC subway thief thanks Democrats after his 139th arrest, release: 'Bail reform, it’s lit!'

https://www.foxnews.com/us/new-york-bail-reform-law-nyc-subway-thief-thanks-democrats-139th-arrest

A New York City man who’s now been arrested 139 times thanked Democrats for guaranteeing his immediate release despite repeatedly swiping hundreds of dollars from unsuspecting subway commuters since the state’s new bail reform law went into effect Jan. 1.

Charles Barry, 56, has been arrested six times since the start of this year. He’s been released each time without having to post bail under New York’s new bail reform law since his alleged offenses were nonviolent, the New York Daily News reported. In the past, Barry’s served several stints in state prison and has a lengthy record, including six felonies, 87 misdemeanors and 21 missed court hearings, the newspaper reported, citing court records.


“Bail reform, it’s lit!” Barry yelled to reporters Thursday outside the NYPD Transit District 1 headquarters in the Columbus Circle station before officers transported him to Manhattan Central Booking. “It’s the Democrats! The Democrats know me and the Republicans fear me. You can’t touch me! I can’t be stopped!”


Charles Barry, 56, has been arrested six times since New York's new bail reform law took effect Jan. 1.

After his most recent arrest Thursday, Barry was held in custody for about 36 hours until his Saturday morning arraignment hearing in his Manhattan Criminal Court. He was then released before trial without paying bail. He had two warrants out for his arrest for missing court dates related to past alleged subway theft, including one instance in January when he allegedly snatched a $50 bill out of a woman’s hand while she was trying to buy a Metro card at a Bryant Park station machine.

Officers arrested him Thursday after he was spotted jumping a subway turnstile in Penn Station. Barry, a career criminal, has repeatedly duped subway-goers by dressing as MTA officials and robbing people after offering to help them buy their tickets, police said.

“I’m famous! I take $200, $300 a day of your money, cr----r! You can’t stop me!” Barry shouted to reporters. “It’s a great thing. It’s a beautiful thing. They punk’ed people out for bullsh-- crimes.”

A high-ranking official in the New York City Police Department said because of the new bail reform law, offenders like Barry are released and then repeat the same crimes because judges cannot order them to be held in jail before trial. Sometimes, what begins as a nonviolent crime often turns violent if a robbery goes awry, he added.

“At least before, he’d be remanded and be behind bars for a couple of days. He wouldn’t be able to victimize people,” Assistant Chief Gerald Dieckmann, the No. 2 officer in the NYPD’s Transit Bureau, told the New York Daily News. “When someone doesn’t pay them or give them the money, it’ll turn into a robbery, a slashing an assault.”

But Legal Aid Society, which represents Barry, argued the NYPD is using a few cases to spread fear over the new bail reform law.

“Mr. Barry’s case underscores the need for economic stability and meaningful social services, not a need to roll back bail reform,” the society said in a statement. “Locking up Mr. Barry on unaffordable bail or worse, remanding without bail, ultimately does nothing to protect the public and fails entirely to address his actual needs.”
 

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Reddit Is Banning Trump Supporters In Escalation Of Censorship (7 min 46 sec):


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They can't help themselves. They simply don't stop complaining!

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The people who make such comments claim that Mathematics is racist.

The irony here was the mainstream movie glorifying 5 black ladies whose knowledge of mathematics saved Apollo............
 

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In the "more Demorats Spoldey heads" department...

https://us24news.com/blog/2020/02/2...p-border-wall-construction-democrats-stunned/

The Trump administration stunned Democrat lawmakers and immigration advocacy groups Wednesday, announcing it will waive federal contracting laws to greatly speed up construction of a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border.

The Department of Homeland Security said waiving procurement regulations will allow 377 miles of new wall to be built far more quickly in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. The 10 waived laws include requirements for having open competition, justifying selections and receiving all bonding from a contractor before any work can begin.

By one estimate, the time to complete this huge section of wall could be cut by 80% due to this unprecedented maneuver.

The acting Homeland Security secretary, Chad Wolf, is exercising authority under a 2005 law — then passed with bipartisan support — that gives him sweeping powers to waive laws for building border barriers.
 

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In the "more Demorats Spoldey heads" department...

https://us24news.com/blog/2020/02/2...p-border-wall-construction-democrats-stunned/

The Trump administration stunned Democrat lawmakers and immigration advocacy groups Wednesday, announcing it will waive federal contracting laws to greatly speed up construction of a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border.

The Department of Homeland Security said waiving procurement regulations will allow 377 miles of new wall to be built far more quickly in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. The 10 waived laws include requirements for having open competition, justifying selections and receiving all bonding from a contractor before any work can begin.

By one estimate, the time to complete this huge section of wall could be cut by 80% due to this unprecedented maneuver.

The acting Homeland Security secretary, Chad Wolf, is exercising authority under a 2005 law — then passed with bipartisan support — that gives him sweeping powers to waive laws for building border barriers.
Halliburton all over again.
 

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They can't help themselves. They simply don't stop complaining!

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Bitch doesn't realize it takes time to become proficient in any language. It takes time and dedication, and she thinks it can be gifted. Like you wake up one morning and are a C++, Python or German guru, a la Matrix. Wheat from the chaff, because they don't have what it takes....gibsmethat, yeah OK. And she thinks AI just happens. Way above my pay grade.

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Back to Russia collusion again...
 

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Noticeable reduction in volume when he asked about socialists. It's good that they out themselves. They'll be easier to find later
 

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Hate Crime Graffiti Spree During Black History Month Is a Hoax (5 min 45 sec):


Published on Feb 27, 2020 by Salty Cracker​
 

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California is at it again, editing language to alter reality.

First San Francisco changed “felon” to “justice involved person.”

Now California will refer to “at risk youth” instead as, “at promise youth.”

Legislation went into effect at the beginning of this year which changed the state’s legal term for children at risk of entering the criminal justice system.

The point is to change the negative connotation of the phrase “at risk”.

Uplifting, right? But these people always fail to understand that changing words doesn’t change reality.

Click here to read the full story.
 

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Boston City Council is discussing the possibility of adjusting parking ticket fines in the city of Boston to help alleviate the burden on less prosperous residents.

The idea was proposed by at-large Boston City Councilor Julia Mejia, who filed a hearing order on the issue recently.

“I do think we have an opportunity to explore how we can make parking tickets a little bit more reflective of the financial situations a lot of our residents are facing today in the city of Boston,” Mejia said Wednesday.

One way of adjusting the fines would be based on your income tax, which would help establish a sliding scale for residents with fewer means to pay the hefty fines, Mejia said.

Mejia has tweeted about the proposal, and has polled followers to get a sense of their earnings and whether the parking ticket fines prevent them from paying for necessities.

Other councilors, while acknowledging the financial impact the ticket fees can have on the city’s poorer residents, suggested a number of alternatives, including adjusting metered parking and removing tow fees associated with parking in a street-cleaning zone.

“I’m not sure that it is the right approach," Councilor Matt O’Malley said.

O’Malley said he was concerned about how city officials would enforce income-adjusted tickets.

Parking ticket fees in Boston range from $15 to $120 and can increase if violators accrue late penalties.
 

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Boston City Council is discussing the possibility of adjusting parking ticket fines in the city of Boston to help alleviate the burden on less prosperous residents.

Where is that quote from about "From each according to his abilities...."? Pretty sure it was not a principal of any deomcratic republic, just sayin'...
 

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Boston City Council is discussing the possibility of adjusting parking ticket fines in the city of Boston to help alleviate the burden on less prosperous residents.

The idea was proposed by at-large Boston City Councilor Julia Mejia, who filed a hearing order on the issue recently.

“I do think we have an opportunity to explore how we can make parking tickets a little bit more reflective of the financial situations a lot of our residents are facing today in the city of Boston,” Mejia said Wednesday.

One way of adjusting the fines would be based on your income tax, which would help establish a sliding scale for residents with fewer means to pay the hefty fines, Mejia said.

Mejia has tweeted about the proposal, and has polled followers to get a sense of their earnings and whether the parking ticket fines prevent them from paying for necessities.

Other councilors, while acknowledging the financial impact the ticket fees can have on the city’s poorer residents, suggested a number of alternatives, including adjusting metered parking and removing tow fees associated with parking in a street-cleaning zone.

“I’m not sure that it is the right approach," Councilor Matt O’Malley said.

O’Malley said he was concerned about how city officials would enforce income-adjusted tickets.

Parking ticket fees in Boston range from $15 to $120 and can increase if violators accrue late penalties.
This isn't anything new. Boston has had commies in government for a long time. I came from there and I can tell you the city is a communist cesspool chock full of stuck up, self centered Massholes
 

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Trump Signs Deal Aimed at Ending Afghanistan War (5 min 53 sec):


Published on Feb 29, 2020 by Salty Cracker​
 

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