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Allegations of High Level Police Corruption in Long Island Serial Killer Case

Editor’s Note: In the original version of this article it was incorrectly stated that James Burke was a ranking Freemason. That claim is as of yet unconfirmed.  Recent updates in late December 2016, shed new light on the Long Island Serial Killer Case. A high-profile Long Island escort by the name of Leanne, has come forward Read More…

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Former NYPD Talks Process Church Allegations & “Son of Sam” Murders

On January 6th, Ed Opperman, of The Opperman Report investigative radio show, interviewed decorated, former NYPD officer Michael Codella. Having already published a memoir of his career in New York, entitled, Alphaville: 1988, Crime, Punishment, and the Battle for New York City’s Lower East Side, Codella officially came on record to discuss a brief period during Read More…

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Former NYPD Human-Trafficking Detective Discusses Relevance of PizzaGate & More

Former professor at University of Minnesota Duluth, and avid independent media activist and researcher, James Fetzer, held an interview late last year with former NYPD Human-Trafficking and Vice-related Crimes Detective James Rothstein. In the interview, Rothstein uses his career investigating satanic cults like the Process Church of the Final Judgement in relation to human trafficking, Read More…

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NYPD Steals $18,000 from Man Because He Was Carrying a Banned Pocket Knife

In the past five years, the New York Police Department has spent $347,000 on false arrest lawsuit settlements. According to the Village Voice, these costs stem from the city’s “gravity knife statute.” Passed in 1958, the law banned New York residents from carrying knives fitted with blades that fall out of the handle as the user points Read More…