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Title 42 USC 1983 Lawsuits Filled With Incriminating Evidence Filed Against The NYPD And Others


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Title 42 USC 1983 Lawsuits Filled With Incriminating Evidence Filed Against The NYPD And Others

Two Title 42 USC 1983 civil rights lawsuits have been filed against the NYPD, MTA, Mayor Bloomberg and others, including the police commissioner, police chief, and individual police officers. The lead plaintiffs in one of them are four New York City Council members.

Will it get down to Homeland Security which coordinated the removal of ‘Occupy’ protestors in New York and other cities?

They aren’t mentioned in the suits, but in a related matter the feds are being asked to oversee the NYPD because of these violations!

If you’re looking to see how a Title 42 USC 1983 suit is done, here are the New York suits you can use as examples:

Rodriguez et al v Winski et al

Berg et al v NYPD et al

Here is the way Alexander Higgins reports it in his blog:

Occupy Wall Street Files 2 Lawsuits Against NYPD Full Of Incriminating Evidence

Two separate lawsuits have been filed against the NYPD for repeated violations of the constitutional rights of both protestors and media outlets trying to report on the movement.

Two separate lawsuits have been filed against the NYPD for repeated violations of civil liberties in the crackdown of the Occupy movement.

The first lawsuit, Rodriguez et al v Winski et al, provides a complete list of damning evidence of violations of the constitution and a complete disregard for the law with crimes being committed by the police against elected officials, ?mainstream? journalists, civilian journalists, Occupy Wall Street protestors and even elected officials.

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