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NYU College Republicans call for firing of left-wing professor who led anarchist protest

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New York University’s (NYU) Amin Husain – an adjunct instructor at the school’s College of Arts and Science – should be fired after it was revealed he spearheaded a radical anti-cop rally protesting a police crackdown on turnstile jumping, NYU’s College Republicans said Tuesday.

Husain, 44, is also a co-founder of Decolonize This Place, which urged its radical followers to “f-ck sh-t up” last month in a violent assault on New York City’s subways that concluded with 13 arrests and $100,000 in damage.

Appearing on “Fox & Friends: First” with host Rob Schmitt, NYU College Republicans President Kristen Gourrier and Vice President Bobby Miller said that there is definitely an unbalanced bias toward liberal thought on NYU’s campus and that they were not surprised to learn of Husain’s involvement.

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“I mean, I definitely think that there are a lot of people at NYU who have similar kind of extreme views,” said Gourrier. “And it’s the result of being in a place where you’re challenged so little on your ideas that you end up villainizing the other side to the point that you’re able to justify acts like this that to the rest of us just seem really inappropriate.”

“The professor is really just a far-left extremist. He has no business impressing his reprehensible views on the minds of young adults in a classroom setting,” Miller chimed in.

“And, quite honestly, it’s disappointing that NYU hasn’t taken the necessary steps to make sure that this professor is nowhere near students in the future. As you mentioned, this had not just affected students. This affected commuters all over the city and NYU should make a statement by firing this professor so they don’t condone violence,” he added.

In a statement on Husain released Monday, NYU spokesman John Beckman wrote: “The university abhors violence, rejects calls for violence, has longstanding ties to Israel – including a campus there – and is opposed to acts of vandalism on the public transit system, which is needed and shared by all New Yorkers. It is, however, the case that among the thousands of part-time faculty we hire each year some will disagree with NYU’s positions. Such is the nature of free speech and academic freedom.”

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However, in contrast, Gourrier told Schmitt that even some of the NYU College Republicans’ meetings were protested and attended by other students who disagree with “even moderate views” on the right.

“So, I definitely think that if anybody were to do anything like this on the other side it would quickly be buried – strongly denounced – which I think is why we’re so unbalanced here,” she said.

“There’s a complete double standard for conservatives on campus at NYU and really at colleges across the country,” stated Miller.

The New York Post contributed to this report.

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New York narcotic detective’s 1990 cold case murder gets new FBI review, $10G reward

The unsolved cold case of a New York narcotics detective who was murdered in a car bombing in front of his Long Island home 30 years ago is getting a fresh look from the FBI, investigators said Friday.

Suffolk County Police Detective Dennis Wustenhoff died on Feb. 15, 1990, after he triggered a bomb while trying to start his unmarked police car, the Suffolk County Police Department wrote on Facebook.

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Suffolk County Police Commissioner Geraldine Hart announced that the FBI agreed to review the case, along with the offer of a $10,000 reward to anyone with information that leads to an arrest.

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Suffolk County Police Detective Dennis Wustenhoff died of injuries he sustained in the car bombing in 1990. (Suffolk County Police Department)

“It has been 30 years and Detective Wustenhoff’s murder remains unsolved. Therefore, it is important that the department takes advantage of every resource available,” Hart said in a statement obtained by local news outlets. “Detective Wustenhoff’s family, along with colleagues from the department, deserve justice in this case.”

The FBI will review evidence in the three-decade-old case and determine whether new investigative technologies or techniques can offer any leads, Suffolk Police Chief of Detectives Gerard Gigante told Newsday.

Wustenhoff was survived by his wife, Fran, two daughters, Melissa and Jennifer, and a son, Kevin, who followed in his father’s footsteps and joined the department in 2005.

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His family also launched a Facebook group as part of their own search for justice following three decades without an arrest, Long Island Advance reported.

“I think being the 30-year mark, it really hit us. I am turning 41 this year, the age my father was when he passed, and my son is 10, the age I was when he passed,” Melissa told the paper. “Enough is enough.”

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Georgia man takes down shoplifting suspect with grocery cart during police chase caught on video

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A Georgia man is being praised for his good timing after he was caught on video using his grocery cart to help police nab a shoplifting suspect in a Walmart parking lot.

The quick-thinking Good Samaritan appeared to time the exact moment the suspect would run past his cart before pushing it in front of his path in video the Peachtree City Police Department released last week.

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The video shows the cart knocking the suspect to the ground, allowing officers to catch up and apprehend him. One officer pats the unnamed do-gooder on the shoulder as others help pick up items that fell out of his cart.

The incident happened last month at a Home Depot in Peachtree City, located about 30 miles south of Atlanta. The suspect had taken items from the store and ran into the neighboring Walmart parking lot, FOX5 Atlanta reported.

Police later identified the shoplifting suspect as 41-year-old Marcus Smith, according to the station. He was charged with felony shoplifting and obstruction.

While police were appreciative of the helping hand, they advised potential do-gooders to think of their own safety before stepping in to a police situation.

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“Again, while we are eternally grateful for this citizen’s quick thinking and impeccable timing, we never encourage anybody to intervene in a police situation,” the department wrote on Facebook. “If the decision is made to do so, please consider the safety of yourself and all those around you as a priority.”

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

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.

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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!”

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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 bull***t 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.”

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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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Chicago police cars slam into each other while responding to call, 6 officers sent to hospital

Two Chicago police vehicles slammed into each other while responding to a call Saturday night in a crash that sent six officers to the hospital, officials said.

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The crash involving a marked squad car and unmarked police vehicle happened around 8 p.m. at an intersection in the East Garfield Park neighborhood on the city’s West Side, Fire Department spokesman Larry Langford told the Chicago Tribune.

Both vehicles were responding to a call from an officer in need of assistance.

Four of the officers involved in the crash were taken by ambulance to a hospital. The other two transported themselves. All six were stable in good condition, Langford said Saturday night.

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The intersection where the crash occurred does not have a traffic light.

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Michigan police hail ‘heroic individuals’ after toddler saved from drowning in hotel pool

Authorities in Michigan are praising the actions of four people after a 2-year-old child nearly drowned in a hotel pool last month.

The Livonia Police Department released the disturbing surveillance footage Wednesday on Facebook that showed the incident as it unfolded on Jan. 24.

According to police, the young boy was found unresponsive after a 9-year-old girl noticed the child motionless and alerted her godmother, who “screamed for others to call 911” before she dived into the pool and pulled the boy out.

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“Thankfully, two amazing off-duty nurses were at the hotel and took immediate action,” police said. “The nurses performed CPR on the child, successfully reviving him after many cycles.”

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The disturbing footage released by police shows the 2-year-old boy’s near-drowning in a hotel pool last month. (Livonia Police Department)

The 2-year-old child was transported to an area hospital, where he was treated and released.

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Police said the four “heroic individuals” involved in the dramatic rescue have been nominated to receive the department’s highest civilian honor: the Livonia Police Department Exceptional Service Award.

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, three children die every day as a result of drowning. The CDC says that drowning kills more children between the ages 1 to 4 than anything else except birth defects.

“Thankfully, parents can play a key role in protecting the children they love from drowning,” police said on Facebook. “The Livonia Police Department would like to remind you to always monitor children in the water.”

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DMV data access crucial for law enforcement officers, Ken Cuccinelli of DHS tells Judge Jeanine Pirro

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The state of New York stood in the way of “critical information sharing” between state and federal agencies when it chose to block the federal Department of Homeland Security from accessing state Department of Motor Vehicles data, the acting deputy secretary of the DHS said Saturday night.

“The key,” Ken Cuccinelli said during an appearance on Fox News’  “Justice with Judge Jeanine,” “was that they cut off the Department of Homeland Security from having access to their DMV databases, which are absolutely critical to conducting law enforcement and national security work for the Department of Homeland Security.

Such information access can potentially be the difference between life and death for law enforcement officers dealing with motorists, Cuccinelli told host Jeanine Pirro.

“And it’s amazing,” he added, “that one of the three states — like mine, Virginia — that was hit on 9/11, is walking backwards on this kind of critical information sharing. But that’s exactly right for their political virtue-signaling.”

“It’s amazing that one of the three states … that was hit on 9/11, is walking backwards on this kind of critical information sharing.”

— Ken Cuccinelli, Department of Homeland Security

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Cuccinelli appeared on the program two days after New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, visited the White House in a bid to persuade President Trump to reverse a recent decision to boot New Yorkers from Global Entry and several other Trusted Traveler Programs (TTP), which allow travelers to avoid long customs lines at the U.S. border.

Cuccinelli said nothing was resolved in the Trump-Cuomo meeting but clarified the dispute was about federal access to the state’s DMV database, not the state’s support of driver’s licenses for illegal immigrants.

New York’s new “Green Light Law” lets illegal immigrants obtain state driver’s licenses and also bars federal immigration agents from accessing state motor vehicle records.

During his interview with Judge Jeanine Pirro, the deputy secretary talked further about the importance of the DMV information.

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“The most dangerous thing law enforcement does, and our law enforcement agents do this too, is come up on a vehicle they’ve had to pull over because there’s been a violation of law or they’re looking for something associated with that vehicle,” Cuccinelli said. “It’s a very dangerous moment for a law enforcement officer.”

Having access to DMV data during vehicle stops is crucial, he added.

“All sorts of things are contained in that database,” he said. “And they obviously tell us whether this person, A, can be a Trusted Traveler — for the Trusted Traveler Programs that you reference — and B, whether they are who they say they are, and see whether they’re dangerous to that law enforcement officer.”

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Cuccinelli also voiced disagreement with “the left” over issues regarding criminal illegal aliens.

“These are people who shouldn’t even have to be taken off the street because they shouldn’t even be in this country,” he said. “And for every single one of those that the left is trying to protect and defend, there are crime victims harmed by those people.

“And that’s who we prioritize,” he added. “And President Trump emphatically prioritizes protecting those crime victims.”

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Texas airport police taser suspect in wild brawl caught on video

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It’s not often you see something like this at the terminal.

A wild brawl between a traveler and police officers that involved the usage of a Taser was caught on video this week as passengers were waiting to board their flights at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in Texas.

“I really hope that whatever was going on with this guy, it was a moment in time,” John Huston, the bystander who reportedly captured the footage, said in an interview with Fox 4.

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Police told the station they were called to the airport Thursday afternoon after receiving a report of a man shoving an airline employee.

When they arrived, authorities say the suspect — identified as Jerome Toson Jr.– started arguing with the officers and took a swipe at one of them.

Footage purportedly shows an officer then tasering Toson. A scuffle ensues and he is eventually brought to the ground and subdued with the help of other travelers.

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One officer was bitten in the arm and hand during the chaos, according to Fox 4.

Toson, as of Saturday, is being held at a jail in Fort Worth. He is facing numerous charges, including assault of a public servant, attempting to take a weapon from a peace officer and resisting arrest.

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Tom Homan: President Trump’s action against sanctuary cities will remove public safety threats

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President Trump is “exactly right” to direct his efforts toward combatting sanctuary city policies, retired U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director Tom Homan said Saturday.

Appearing on “Fox & Friends: Weekend” with host Griff Jenkins, Homan said he is glad the president is turning his attention toward the issue.

“The Congress isn’t going to fix it,” he stated. “I asked them two years ago to fix it. They are not going to fix it. They want it to be a 2020 issue.”

TRUMP ADMINISTRATION TO DEPLOY BORDER PATROL TO SANCTUARY CITIES TO HELP ICE CATCH ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS

Speaking in Washington on Friday, the president vowed to oppose sanctuary cities not complying with federal law or ICE agents.

“Not one more American life should be stolen by sanctuary cities,” he said. “That’s why we are calling on Congress to pass legislation giving American victims the right to sue sanctuary cities, and hold them accountable for the suffering and the damages that they have caused.”

On Friday, the New York Times reported that the Trump administration is set to deploy Border Patrol agents to sanctuary jurisdictions across the U.S. to help ICE track down and detain illegal immigrants freed by left-wing cities and states.

One hundred specially trained officers will work with ICE from February to May. Among the agents are members of an elite unit, which the Times describes as the SWAT team of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

“But look,” Homan reacted, “back when I was the ICE director and California passed their sanctuary law, I sent a lot of additional agents out to California and they said it was retaliation. It wasn’t retaliation.”

“When you take an agent out of the jail — an agent that can process 10 illegal [immigrants] during a shift — and you choose to kick the officer out of the jail, then release those 10 illegal [immigrants], it takes a whole fugitive operations team to try to find this person on his turf who has access to who knows what weapons,” he explained.

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“This will help arrest those that are public safety threats and take them off our streets,” he told Jenkins.

Homan said the president’s crackdown on sanctuary policies would send a strong message that the country is “not open to illegal immigration.”

“If you are lucky enough to get by the border patrol, you are not home-free no matter what the Democrat leadership wants to say. You can go to the so-called sanctuary cities,” he concluded. “There is no sanctuary. ICE is not going to allow sanctuary; neither is Border Patrol.”

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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Tom Homan: President Trump’s action against sanctuary cities will remove public safety threats

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President Trump is “exactly right” to direct his efforts toward combatting sanctuary city policies, retired U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director Tom Homan said Saturday.

Appearing on “Fox & Friends: Weekend” with host Griff Jenkins, Homan said he is glad the president is turning his attention toward the issue.

“The Congress isn’t going to fix it,” he stated. “I asked them two years ago to fix it. They are not going to fix it. They want it to be a 2020 issue.”

TRUMP ADMINISTRATION TO DEPLOY BORDER PATROL TO SANCTUARY CITIES TO HELP ICE CATCH ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS

Speaking in Washington on Friday, the president vowed to oppose sanctuary cities not complying with federal law or ICE agents.

“Not one more American life should be stolen by sanctuary cities,” he said. “That’s why we are calling on Congress to pass legislation giving American victims the right to sue sanctuary cities, and hold them accountable for the suffering and the damages that they have caused.”

On Friday, the New York Times reported that the Trump administration is set to deploy Border Patrol agents to sanctuary jurisdictions across the U.S. to help ICE track down and detain illegal immigrants freed by left-wing cities and states.

One hundred specially trained officers will work with ICE from February to May. Among the agents are members of an elite unit, which the Times describes as the SWAT team of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

“But look,” Homan reacted, “back when I was the ICE director and California passed their sanctuary law, I sent a lot of additional agents out to California and they said it was retaliation. It wasn’t retaliation.”

“When you take an agent out of the jail — an agent that can process 10 illegal [immigrants] during a shift — and you choose to kick the officer out of the jail, then release those 10 illegal [immigrants], it takes a whole fugitive operations team to try to find this person on his turf who has access to who knows what weapons,” he explained.

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“This will help arrest those that are public safety threats and take them off our streets,” he told Jenkins.

Homan said the president’s crackdown on sanctuary policies would send a strong message that the country is “not open to illegal immigration.”

“If you are lucky enough to get by the border patrol, you are not home-free no matter what the Democrat leadership wants to say. You can go to the so-called sanctuary cities,” he concluded. “There is no sanctuary. ICE is not going to allow sanctuary; neither is Border Patrol.”

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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