How Wall Street Criminals Have Partnered With The NYPD


Wall Street on Parade on questionable financial institutions teaming with the police to monitor everyone walking the city streets:

Nothing reveals the incestuous, one-percent-mindset that NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly have with Wall Street than [a photo showing] an employee of U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s number one target for financial fraud investigations, JPMorgan Chase, working inside a high security spy center in Lower Manhattan to — wait for it — help the New York City Police Department catch crooks.

While most law enforcement bodies around the U.S. would instantly weed out serial wrongdoers as job hires, Bloomberg and Kelly have created an art form out of joint policing ventures with Wall Street, operating both a rent-a-cop program with Wall Street as well as pumping at least $150 million of taxpayer money into the Lower Manhattan Security Coordination Center where Wall Street employees sit elbow to elbow with NYPD officers.

The very Wall Street banks that proved they were a far greater threat to the United States than any foreign terrorist when they collapsed the Nation’s financial system in 2008, are part of a joint venture with the NYPD to use high-tech spy equipment to monitor the comings and goings of citizens in the streets of Manhattan – the majority of which, unlike Wall Street, are law abiding citizens.

3 Comments on "How Wall Street Criminals Have Partnered With The NYPD"

  1. InfvoCuernos | Dec 6, 2013 at 3:30 pm |

    In other news: foxes hired to watch hen house, wolves to guard sheep.

  2. Simon Valentine | Dec 6, 2013 at 7:44 pm |

    stay tuned for the next live episode of “how criminals commit crime” followed shortly by “thou shalt not not” and “give’m the finger gun”

    the opening line “in a land of pure crime : at a time no one is a criminal : CRIME TIME, LIVE!” gets me every time. really helps me cope with illinois weather. gives me a throat to ritefully want to punch. ha…….*

  3. alizardx | Dec 7, 2013 at 5:37 am |

    The incoming “progressive” mayor of NYC, who won against Bloomberg’s hand-picked candidate…
    “De Blasio Says No Contradiction in Picking Progressive Visionary Bratton”

    Bratton on Occupy: he would have “cleared them out right away…You can’t allow people to occupy public space.”

    Progressive indeed… in the modern neoliberal-captured meaning of the word.

    “Meet the new boss . . . same as the old boss. . .”

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