Bill de Blasio

October 6, 2021

FBI raids New York police union led by chief who leaked arrests of de Blasio’s daughter

Federal agents raided the offices of a New York City police union, the Sergeants Benevolent Association (SBA), and the home of its leader, who previously leaked the arrest records of mayor Bill de Blasio’s daughter.

Sergeant Ed Mullins, the union’s president, is currently clashing with the New York Police Department for releasing the arrest records of Chiara de Blasio following her arrest during the George Floyd protests in June 2020. Mullins also came under fire last year for publicly insulting the city’s former health commissioner on Twitter.

“I think he’s been a divisive voice,” de Blasio said of Mullins. “But that doesn’t cause me to feel anything in this situation because I don’t know what’s happening. All I hear is an FBI raid. I don’t know the specifics, I don’t know who it’s directed at. I want to really hear the details before I comment further.”

Mullins is an outspoken critic of the NYC mayor.

“Mayor DeBlasio, the members of the NYPD are declaring war on you,” the SBA wrote on Twitter in February. “We do not respect you.”


FBI raids office of NYC police union whose head clashed with Mayor De Blasio

October 2, 2021

Data leak links NYPD officers to far-right militia group, mayor vows ‘full investigation’

A data leak revealed an apparent link between two New York Police Department officers to a far-right militia group, prompting New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) to promise a “full investigation.”

“There will be a full investigation to find out exactly if any officer was involved? How were they involved? What did they do? What did they say? If it’s the kind of thing that would disqualify them from serving,” de Blasio said.

The mayor added that the investigation would be “right away.”

The data, published by the group Distributed Denial of Secrets, consists of records claiming to be emails and membership data from the Oath Keepers.

The names of an NYPD sergeant and a Staten Island officer were among the records. 


De Blasio vows ‘full investigation’ after data leak appears to link two NYPD officers to the Oath Keepers

September 13, 2021

NYPD officers told to get the COVID-19 vaccine or go home without pay

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s new executive order imposes vaccine restrictions for New York Police Department officers — and sends them home without pay if they do not comply.

According to The Post, the order called for unvaccinated police officers to get a COVID-19 test once a week and upload results to an internal tracking system. Officers must be off-duty when they complete the tests. At-home tests are not acceptable.

“Members of the Service who fail to comply with this directive will not be permitted to work and will be ineligible to receive pay for each day of noncompliance,” the memo reads.


It’s vaccine or test for NYPD — or go home without pay

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