Will more NYPD officers stop anti-Semitic assaults in New York? Some Orthodox Jews say yes, but other Jews and people of color disagree.
The Jewish officer’s allegations follow a series of lawsuits accusing the sheriff of racist, homophobic, and discriminatory actions and rhetoric.
The police officer was arrested after the incident in a suburb of Haifa.
The cop initially refused to disclose his badge number.
The resolution was born out of a petition created last fall by Jewish Voice for Peace, a group that supports the BDS movement targeting Israel.
Ben Faulding, who is black and Jewish, said the clerk who called the cops on him reported that he was armed.
“We’re in the middle of a large, historic thing,” Kalven said. “We could end up in a worse place rather than a better place.”
Police released video of the arrest in late September.
The clowning trend has been inspired by the remake of the Stephen King classic “It.”
A lecturer at a New York City college of criminal justice who wrote on social media that he teaches “future dead cops” was placed on leave on Friday.