Black Guerilla Family gang threatens to “storm” NYPD precincts and “shoot it out”



Police are on high alert after receiving “credible” threats targeting two of their Brooklyn precincts days after the execution-style murders of two NYPD officers, according to the Sergeants Benevolence Association.

In tweets posted Tuesday night by the SBA, they warn of the Black Guerrilla Family, which allegedly threatened to “storm” the 79th and 81st Precincts and “shoot it out” with officers inside.

The PIX11 report also indicated the security at the 81st had been beefed up with an ESU (Emergency Services Unit) presence.The SBA told NYPD officers to travel in pairs and to carry their weapons at all times (both on and off-duty which I figured was already the norm.)

The NY Daily News has more on the increased security at both precincts.

Where to see The Interview on Christmas Day in DC and Baltimore


If you can’t wait for YouTube or other online options, you can see The Interview in select theaters tomorrow (12/25.)

In DC you can see it at:

  • West End Cinema
  • Angelika Pop-Up [Union Market]

In Maryland:

  • Baltimore. Eastpoint Movies 10.
  • Brandywine. Xscape 14 at Brandywine.
  • Hagerstown. Leitersburg Cinemas.

In Virginia:

  • Abingdon. 21st Century Cinemas 12.
  • Ashburn. The Alamo Loudoun will be screening the film.
  • Farmville. Sunchase Cinema 8.
  • Hayes. York River Crossing Cinema.
  • Manassas. Manasses 4 Cinemas.
  • Martinsville. Hollywood Cinema.
  • Norton. Cinema City Stadium 9.


Bongino: NYC Mayor de Blasio should “resign in disgrace”

Dan Bongino, former NYPD officer and former Secret Service agent called on New York Mayor Bill de Blasio to “resign in disgrace” today on Neal Cavuto’s Fox News show today. Video is below the transcript at the bottom of this post.

Breitbart has details:

“He [de Blasio] almost made the case against voting in people like Mayor de Blasio…he has an ideological problem, Charles. He doesn’t have a policy problem. this is a man who believes in the advancement and trading of chaos, believes in the destruction of American institutions, he subscribes to an ideology that is so un-American and if that press conference didn’t just drive that home, and, Charles, to double down on the embarrassment for this man, to blame the media, the New York City media, that has covered for this guy, the large majority of them, that was would humiliating experience and should be reason alone for this man to resign in shame tomorrow” he declared.

Bongino continued, “I have a number of friends I went through the police academy with almost 19 years ago that call me and text me all the time and said that during these protests, ‘yes, we absolutely respect at the right to peacefully protest. No question.’ They were told basically to stand down, let them blow off steam, despite the fact, Charles, that there were people out there who were never interested in peaceful protests. They were interested in spitting in police officers’ faces, pushing these people.”

He denied that the rift between de Blasio and the cops is not like usual disagreements between police unions and City Hall, stating “When i was a police officer we had some arguments with mayor giuliani…it was never, and let me be clear on this, it was never about Mayor Giuliani not actually backing up his own police department. these were arguments about financial arrangements…these were never about a mayor who doesn’t believe in his own police department. These are, what I said when we opened up the segment, these are ideological differences, this man is unfit to lead.”

Reports: MD, NY Police were warned of BGF threats to officers

Dan Bongino posted the above photo last night regarding a 12/5 NYPD intelligence report:

The attached picture was sent to me by a former NYPD colleague of mine a little while ago. It is a warning sent out weeks ago to the officers of the NYPD about a credible threat to their lives.

Justin Fenton discusses similar reports:

Elise Armacost, a Baltimore County Police spokeswoman, said officers tracking Brinsley’s posts and the location of his cellphone notified the NYPD’s 70th precinct of the threats against officers in a phone call at 2:10 p.m.

Bratton told reporters that the warnings were received just as the officers were shot.

“The tragedy here is that just as the warning was coming in, the murder was occurring,” Bratton said.

The shooting comes at a time of heightened tensions amid grand jury decisions in the police-involved deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., and Eric Garner in New York, among other incidents. Bratton said police were investigating Brinsley’s background to see what role his anti-police messages played in the shooting.

In New York, police were reacting by instructing officers not to take enforcement action “unless absolutely necessary,” the New York Times reported. A memo circulated by the police officers union also said at least two units were to respond to all calls, “no matter the condition or severity.”

More from Fenton on warnings issued by the FBI:

On Friday, the Baltimore FBI office issued a memo that the Black Guerrilla Family gang was targeting “white cops” in Maryland, an agency spokeswoman confirmed. The memo, circulating among officers, said a contact who had given reliable information in the past said members of the gang — connected to the high-profile corruption scandal at the Baltimore City Detention Center — were planning to target white officers to “send a message.”

A federal law enforcement official said Brinsley had no known ties to the BGF.

Report: NYPD gunman is Baltimore gang member who shot relative there


The story out of New York about a man who murdered two NYPD officers and then shot himself has a Baltimore angle. No records for Ismaaiyl Brinsley (with that spelling) show up in the Maryland Judiciary Case Search online.

WBAL TV reports:

According to multiple reports in New York and WBAL-TV 11 News I-Team sources in Baltimore, the gunman was also wanted in connection with a shooting Saturday morning in the Baltimore area.

New York One reports that he had shot someone in Baltimore and had come to New York City with the sole intention of killing NYPD officers. The New York Daily News reports that details about the Baltimore shooting were “scarce” but that a family member of Brinsley’s said the NYPD shooter had shot her in the stomach.

NY Daily News

Two NYPD cops were executed Saturday after a gang member from Baltimore drove to the city to kill police officers after wounding his girlfriend, sources told the Daily News.

The shooter, identified as Ismaaiyl Brinsley, 28, boasted about wanting to kill cops in the hours before he ambushed the officers outside the Tompkins Houses in Bedford-Stuyvesant about 3 p.m. Saturday.

“I’m Putting Wings On Pigs Today. They Take 1 Of Ours…Let’s Take 2 of Theirs,” Brinsley wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of a silver handgun and a series of hashtags referencing the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown.

Brinsley made good on his promise, firing several rounds into the patrol car parked near Myrtle and Tompkins Aves., witnesses said.

Justin Fenton of The Baltimore Sun has details on the shooting in Baltimore:

A 29-year-old woman was shot in the stomach just before 6 a.m. in Owings Mills, Baltimore County police said earlier in the day.

The shooting occurred inside of an apartment in the Greenwich Place complex in the 10000 block of Mill Run Circle, near the parking lot of the Owings Mills Mall.

Police said the woman was shot in the abdomen by a male whom she knew. The victim was transported in serious condition to an area hospital for treatment.

A New York Police spokeswoman would not confirm if detectives were looking at a link between the shootings, and a Baltimore County Police spokeswoman also said she was unable to confirm the information. She declined to identify the suspect police were searching for in the Owings Mills incident.

Brinsley may have been a member of the Black Guerilla Family:

The cold-blooded cop-hater who gunned down two police officers in Brooklyn on Saturday is suspected of being a member of a notorious prison gang that has declared open season on the NYPD.

Detectives were headed to Baltimore on Saturday night to probe Ismaaiyl Brinsley’s ties to the Black Guerrilla Family, sources told the Daily News.

One source said Baltimore police were already investigating Brinsley’s connection to the gang, which started in California’s San Quentin Prison in the 1960s by Black Panther member George Jackson.

“BGF has been talking about getting back at cops for Eric Garner and Ferguson,” a source told The News, citing intelligence intercepted in Baltimore area prisons.

Listen to the CIA’s torture playlist


The Anti Media:

According to declassified reports, video evidence and testimony from whistleblower guards and soldiers, the US government used music to torture detainees in a number of different ways.
In some cases, songs would be played in repetition for hours or days on end, as to drive the prisoner to insanity. Music was also used to prevent detainees from sleeping, which is another way of creating delirium and vulnerability in the detainees.
Some songs were chosen because they were annoying, while others were chosen because they may have been offensive to the prisoner’s culture or religion.
Below are some of the songs that have been identified most often as being used by the US military in their torture programs. Some of the songs are annoying and could understandably be considered torture, specifically the Barney & Friends theme song and the Meow Mix commercial.
However, some of the artists featured like 2Pac, Rage Against The Machine and (hed)pe are actually pretty good, and are actually philosophically opposed to what the military is doing.

Listen to the playlist on Spotify below:

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Followup: man charged with setting fire to Atlanta church

Juan Carlos Ramirez, who was originally charged with disorderly conduct after being found naked outside a burning Byzantine Catholic Church in Atlanta over the weekend, has now been charged with arson:

Officials have not established a motive in Sunday’s fire at the Epiphany Byzantine Catholic Church, but Juan Carlos Ramirez, 24, of Roswell, was charged with arson “as a result of the investigation and a subsequent confession,” Roswell Fire Department spokesman Paul Piccirilli said in an emailed statement.

A local news report can be seen below: