NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill Resigns After City Introduces Criminal Justice Reform Policy that Outlaws Cash Bail

Former NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill, Youtube
image_pdf
  • Save
image_print
  • Save
New York City police commissioner James O’Neill resigned, after three years of service, following the city’s new rule eliminating bail and plans to release 900 inmates to New York City streets upon the closing of Riker’s Island penitentiary in January. Criminal Justice Reform encourages crime and violence because it removes accountability for iniquitous behavior.

Visit our Classified ads.

Check out our Classified ads at the bottom of this page.

Recent stories & commentary

  • Save
Money

Fraud: $163 BILLION in COVID Unemployment Funds Stolen

May 16, 2022 Newsmax 3

An estimated $163 billion in pandemic-related benefits were fraudulently obtained by criminals, according to the Labor Department. The Biden administration said that it inherited the problem and blamed out-of-date systems and the lack of state-by-state data sharing.

Classifieds

For classified advertising rates and terms, click here. The appearance of ads on this site does not signify endorsement by the publisher. We do not attempt to verify the accuracy of statements made therein or vouch for the integrity of advertisers. However, we will investigate complaints from readers and remove any message we find to be misleading or that promotes anything fraudulent, illegal, or unethical.

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
3 Comments
Oldest
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
trackback
NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill Resigns After City Introduces Criminal Justice Reform Policy that Outlaws Cash Bail | WeAreChangeTV.US
2 years ago

[…] 7, 2019 Fox News No Comments This post was originally published on this […]

Arjay
Arjay
2 years ago

Can’t see anything going wrong here!

Move along folks, nothing to see here!

Boomer Lady
Boomer Lady
2 years ago

Why would he quit? If he won’t do anything about this travesty, who will? He should stay and fight by appealing to the U.S. Justice Department or whomever else he needs to to help protect the people of NY.