World After the death of a young police officer killed in New York, the mayor wants to act against firearms
The FBI Was Looking for This Armed Man From Jan. 6. We Found Him.
A man seen carrying a handgun on the steps of the Capitol during the Jan. 6 insurrection is a far-right Arizona activist involved in spreading COVID-19 misinformation. An investigation by The Daily Beast based on research provided by anti-insurrection activists has identified Luke Philip Robinson as the individual in FBI poster number 343 soliciting tips about a man seen at the Capitol on January 6. The vast majority of those at the Capitol during the insurrection were not carrying any visible firearms. By contrast, Robinson is one of the few people at the Capitol on January 6 who can be seen armed with a gun tucked onto his left hip in footage from the riot.
Eric Adams, Mayor New York, calls the federal state using the proliferation of firearms. A 22-year-old officer was killed in intervention Friday, January 21st and another was seriously injured.
A 22-year-old officer was killed and another seriously injured in an intervention Friday, January 21 for violence in an apartmentdistrict, announced the police and the mayor of the city Eric Adams . The latter also called on the federal state using the proliferation of firearms.
third incident because of a firearm in one week
Grenoble celebrates its title of "European Green Capital"
© Guillaume Saligot / West-France Eric Piolle, Mayor Eelv de Grenoble. The city of Grenoble this Saturday, January 15 its title of "European Green Capital" 2022 awarded by the European Commission. The Eric Piolle ecologist mayor denounces the absence of Emmanuel Macron. On the sidelines of the event, several associations organize a march for a "social and popular ecology".
The tragic incident occurred when three agents intervened at the end of the afternoon at the call of a mother confronted with a violent son at the level of The 135th Street,indicated the police.
When the police arrived on the spot, the 47-year-old man "suddenly opened fire on them. In an instant, the life of a 22-year-old boy has stopped and that of another has been altered forever, " lamented the New York Police Department (NYPD), Keechant Sewell, since the Harlem Hospital. According to several media, the suspect was also killed by response shots, which the authorities have not confirmed at their press.This is the third time this week that a policeman is affected by bullets in the city of nearly nine millions. In the two previous incidents, the days of police officers are not in danger.
Lyon: the mother of a teenager mowed by a bus attacks the city and keolis
Three years after the accident that cost her daughter's life, mowed by a bus in the center of Lyon, her mother complains against The Mayor of the time, Gérard Collomb, and against Keolis for "Homemain Homicide" © Cyril Villemain / 20 minutes An unfortunate competition of circumstances, and a particularly dangerous passage, have led to the drama.
The Mayor of New York, Democratic, former police officer, since January 1 after being elected on promises of combating crime, called all the forces of the city to unite to counter violence by arms to fire.
"We need Washington joining us and act now to stop the proliferation of weapons in New York," he launched. "We will find these weapons and we will find those who report them and who use them", has promised. A renewed violence in recent weeks
After rising violent crimes during the year 2020, in the full pandemic of COVID-19, the figures of delinquency stabilized slightly in 2021 in the largest city of United States. But New York has been shaken in recent days by two new violent deaths.
Saturday, Michelle GO, a 40-year-old American, member of the Asian community, died after being pushed on a way of the metro by a homeless person with psychiatric disorders, when a train entered the station very busy Times Square.
The day before, a 19-year-old Puerto Rican, Kristal Bayron-Nieves, was slaughtered by a rusher, at the Caisse of a King Burger of the East Harlem district, still on the island of Manhattan.
New York Blues Police (Disney +): What have the actors of the police series have become? (Photos) .
© Ronaldgrant / Mary Evans / Sipa New York Blues Police (Disney +): What have the actors of the police series have become? (Photos) This Wednesday, January 26, subscribers in Disney + will be able to see or review the entirety of the 12 seasons of New York Police Blues, which marked a turning point in the history of the police series.