ICE Arrests Child Predator After Philadelphia Released Him Twice, Despite ICE Detainer

ICE Arrests Child Predator After Philadelphia Released Him Twice, Despite ICE Detainer

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detained a Guatemalan national for sexual assault against children after he was released by Philadelphia. This was the 2nd time Philadelphia released this sexual predator onto the streets, regardless of an ICE detainer lodged against him in both cases. Hector Moran-Espinoza was arrested April 2, by the Philadelphia Police Read more »

Thankful for a Thankless Job

By Stephen Owsinski Despite having to leave my family gatherings around the table, I was always thankful to be out there doing the job, especially on Thanksgiving Day. Throughout my police career, I worked every single turkey day. Annual squad changes and respective scheduling for duty cycles somehow panned out that way. Don’t get me Read more »

As the State of New York prepares for thousands of criminals back in their communities with new bail reform law, similar laws being proposed nationwide

Opponents of New York’s upcoming bail and discovery reforms, including Queens District Attorney John Ryan, say the measures go too far — and they want the legislature to amend the new law before it takes effect Jan. 1, 2020. DA Ryan visited Staten Island for a joint press conference with Staten Island DA Michael McMahon. Read more »

Rep. Ayanna Pressley released an extensive proposal to overturn America’s criminal justice system

The comprehensive anti-law enforcement plan, according to Pressley, is created to fix a racist, intolerant, rogue, and essentially flawed system. Pressley’s proposal exceeds the criminal justice reform platforms floated by 2020 Democrats– including Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.), whom Pressley has recommended as well as campaigned with. The Pressley plan is a shopping list of what Read more »