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The dude got arrested once before this for using a painter’s extension rod to point the stoplight cameras into the sky instead of cutting the wires. He didn’t cut the wires until AFTER he got out after being arrested the first time-which he did after posting on Facebook videos that proved that the stoplights are intentionally rigged to trick drivers into citations. The yellow lights at intersections with cameras only last THREE SECONDS, opposed to five seconds they last at other stoplights without cameras in the same county.

When he cut the camera cords, he reported his deeds to the news HIMSELF and then politicians pressured the local police into arresting him. The local police and sheriff deputies actually SUPPORT him for his actions because the lights have been killing people! During his most recent arrest, one of the Sherriffs Deputies actually offered to bail him out.

When he got home after these incidents, there was a surveillance camera planted at his house BY THE GOVERNMENT to watch him! His reaction to being surveilled? He painted over the camera in one of the flat out ballsiest “Fu*k You” to the Gubmint I’ve ever heard of.

And it gets EVEN CRAZIER. After painting over the camera, suddenly this guy (BTW, his name is Stephen Ruth) started GETTING ATTEMPTS ON HIS LIFE. He reports that a car intentionally tried to hit him in a head-on collision, and after talking about the car to his neighbors, they confirmed that the car in question (Or at least, one that was visibly identical, its’ occupants included) had been staking out his house! Somebody was out there trying to MURDER him over is discovery and actions.

As a final insult to injury, Ruth pointed out the VAST majority of the cameras were found SPECIFICALLY in lower-to-middle class neighborhoods. The victims of these rigged stoplights tried to go to the local news station to talk about the deaths of their family members that occurred from the rigging … Annnnnnndddddddd…. The local station “NEWS12”, never aired their interviews.

Remember how I said that, after cutting the cables and calling the local news station, Rugh was arrested because of pressure by Politicians? GET THIS: News12 is actually owned by CableVision, who provides INTERNET SERVICES TO THE CAMERAS! .Whereas Mr. Ruth was only trying to help people and save lives, he’s been caught up in a full-blown government conspiracy that is out for his blood.

Stephen Ruth is a full-blown HERO!

People who annoy an officer in one upstate New York county could find themselves facing jail time under a measure recently approved by a county legislature.

Under the Monroe County proposal, a person who annoys, alarms or threatens the personal safety of an officer could be punished with up to a year behind bars and up to a $5,000 fine.

Jamie Anthony, chief of staff for the Monroe County Legislature majority office, said county lawmakers passed the measure on Tuesday in a 17-10 vote. The county executive will hold a public hearing on the legislation and decide whether to approve it, she said.

The legislation also applies to first responders.
Some called the measure unconstitutional.

Iman Abid with the New York Civil Liberties Union said it will have a chilling effect on complaints against police. Abid said she is also concerned over what the legislation could mean for communities of color.

“Members of the community have every right to challenge police officers, particularly those that engage in unnecessary behavior,” she said in a statement. “At a time when more accountability of police departments is needed, this law takes us incredibly backward.”

In a statement last month, County Legislator Kara Halstead said she was proud to support legislation that “looks after those who look out for us.”

“This local law aims to crack down on behaviors of disrespect and incivility toward law enforcement and first responders in the hopes that these smaller incidents do not escalate,” she said in the statement.

A news release on the legislation also gave a mention to people dousing uniformed New York Police Department officers with water.

Delores Jones-Brown, professor emerita at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, said courts have found that the use of the words annoying or alarming in statue is overbroad and unconstitutionally vague.

The legislation, she said, could create a situation where people are scared to exercise their First Amendment rights. An officer could be annoyed by a person who asks them their badge number or who records them with a cellphone while on the job, Jones-Brown said.

“This statue definitely has the capacity to make people afraid to do that,” she said.

Jones-Brown added that a portion of the measure could survive a legal challenge — a section tied to conduct that threatens the personal safety of a police officer. Courts have found threats easier to define, she said, but they are not completely beyond interpretation.

Under the legislation, a prosecutor would have to prove that it was a person’s intent to threaten an officer’s personal safety, she said.

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In the video, the victim is seen stepping into the elevator immediately after the suspect. Once the door closes, the suspect starts punching the 67-year-old man until he falls to the floor of the elevator. The apparently unprovoked hostilities happened Friday in an apartment building along Southern Boulevard in the Belmont neighborhood, the NYPD said. The victim didn’t want to be identified but told NBC New York that he’s a veteran. He says he lives with his elderly mother in the building and they are now both terrified to leave their home following the brutal attack. He also said he had seen the suspect in the neighborhood before, and described screaming for help but receiving none. (When NBC New York arrived at the building Monday morning, a single security guard appeared to be asleep in the building’s lobby.) When the beating was over, the suspect appeared to wipe down the elevator door with his sleeve to get rid of his finger prints. Police say the suspect fled the building and jumped in a dark colored minivan and took off. The NYPD said a motive for the attack is still unknown, but the victim is expected to recover.

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Police are looking for a man who walked into a Brooklyn gym in September and threw bleach at an employee, according to authorities. Saturday, Sept. 21, at around 8:30 p.m., an unidentified man walked into a Planet Fitness on Broadway, near Sumner Place, in the Bushwick neighborhood, police said. He approached a 20-year-old employee behind the gym’s front desk and threw bleach in his face before fleeing in an unknown direction, according to officials. The victim was taken to a nearby hospital and treated for burning and irritation to the face, police said. The NYPD has released the above shocking surveillance footage of the incident.

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ELMIRA, N.Y. – A Steuben County grand jury indicted two brothers on charges of second-degree murder in connection with a May fire that killed their grandmother. The blaze broke out May 14 in the Village of Riverside and claimed the life of 82-year-old Gladys Ann Willow. Willow died from injuries she suffered while trapped inside the burning structure, according to New York State Police at Painted Post. Steuben County District Attorney Brooks Baker told WETM that the brothers allegedly saved their meth-making equipment, but left Willow inside the home. After saving the equipment, they went to get cigarettes and did not report the blaze, the station reported.

A 15-year-old girl from Rochester is accused of stabbing a woman to death in Massachusetts on Oct. 6.

Fall River Police responded to an apartment for a reported medical emergency. They found Ana Vazquez, 68, suffering from multiple stab wounds in a second-floor unit.

Vazquez was rushed to Charlton Memorial Hospital in Fall River, where she was later pronounced deceased.

Heavenly Arroyo, 15, who had recently been living in the residence with the victim and her grandson, was charged with murder early Monday.

Investigators believe Arroyo has been living in Fall River for the past two weeks and was from Rochester.

Fall River Police, Massachusetts State Police detectives and Homicide Unit prosecutors are investigating the homicide.

Arroyo is scheduled to return to court on Oct. 15.

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Terrifying home video has captured a thief impersonating a Fed-Ex worker as he bounds a Brooklyn family with duct tape before robbing them in a brutal heist. The brazen thieves, one wearing a Fed Ex uniform, entered the Bay Ridge address around 3 p.m. on Monday, tying up two women and one man at the home before stealing $50,000 in cash and $80,000 in jewelry, according to law enforcement sources

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Two former New York detectives will serve no prison time after pleading guilty to bribe taking and official misconduct for having sex in a police van with a young woman they arrested and released, prosecutors said Thursday.

Prosecutors had requested that Eddie Martins, 39, and Richard Hall, 34, receive sentences ranging from one to three years in prison, Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez said in a statement

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The New York City Police Department has released video showing yet another water dousing incident involving police employees.

Video from a security camera shows a man spraying water from a bottle onto two uniformed traffic enforcement agents in Queens. The man appears to be holding a mobile phone in one hand and may have been shooting video of his own stunt.

This happened at 86th Street and Jamaica Avenue at 2:34 p.m. on July 24, 2019, the NYPD said. No one was hurt but the man got away.

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Chilling surveillance video shows the moment a gunman shot and killed a man in what police believe was a drug deal gone wrong on a Bronx street. Cops on Sunday released the video showing 31-year-old Richard Cepeda’s final moments. Cepeda met his killer in the lobby of a building on the Grand Concourse near Field Place in Fordham Heights at about 9:40 p.m. Thursday, cops said. He handed something to the man, who pulled a gun on him.

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Police in New York City are hunting a woman who they say stole a man’s $20,000 Rolex watch from his apartment after he passed out, following a night of partying together at the high-end Manhattan club 1 Oak.

The NYPD released surveillance video on Tuesday showing the unnamed suspect emerging from an elevator in the victim’s apartment building in a skimpy lace dress.

According to investigators, the 29-year-old man met the mystery brunette on the night of June 1 at the Chelsea hotspot, popular among such A-listers as Rihanna and Justin Bieber.

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Crown Heights, Brooklyn – A woman was walking down the street in Brooklyn when she was suddenly sucker punched.

It happened on Saturday, March 9th at around 12:10 p.m. at the northeast corner of Nostrand Avenue and Crown Street in Crown Heights.

The man walked up to the 27-year-old woman and suddenly punched her right in the head.

He then ran off northbound on Nostrand Avenue.

The victim was able to drive herself to Kingsbrook Hospital

The incident, which was captured on surveillance video, took place on the fourth floor of an apartment building on West 114th Street in Manhattan on Tuesday. Officers were called to the building after receiving a report of a man with a gun. Three police officers took the elevator up to the fourth floor and saw a man who matched the description they received. The man had his hands in his pockets. Officers then requested that the man show his hands, but they were allegedly ignored. Officials said the man then pulled out a wallet, assumed a shooting stance, and pointed the wallet at the officers.

Michael Cordero’s hands were in his pockets and he ignored officer requests to take his hands out.

“What do you mean take my hands out of my pocket,” Cordero, 34, asked, according to police. “I’ve got a gun. “

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A group of thugs have been caught on surveillance video viciously beating four homeless men and stealing $5 from one of them as they slept on a New York sidewalk.

Police released the horrific footage on Saturday in their search for the five suspects who attacked the men in Brooklyn late last month.

One of the homeless men was beaten so badly that he later fell into a coma.

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Authorities raided a residential suburban home in leafy Westchester County, New York Friday morning and walked out with enough fentanyl to kill nearly 2 million people, an official with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. Five kilograms of the poisonously potent synthetic opioid were seized along with 6 kilograms of heroin, a more common street drug which, when spiked with fentanyl, has caused tens of thousands of fatal overdoses in America in recent years