Daily Archives: June 18, 2019

Fake Baby Scare: NYPD Swarms Park After Doll is Mistaken for Dead Child

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Police say what appeared to be a dead infant found outside a park in Queens — a “child” that was declared dead by emergency personnel — turned out to be a realistic-looking doll made to look like a decomposing baby.
Emergency responders had declared the “3-month-old child” dead after being called to Bayside’s Crocheron Park when a runner stumbled upon the apparent body and called 911 around 7:40 a.m. The “prop” was on a sidewalk outside of a home across the street from the park — and officers responded en masse… NBC New York video


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NYC Mob Hit Arrest: Son of Murdered Mobster Charged in Hitman Plot

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The son of a man with alleged mob ties who was shot to death at a New York City McDonald’s drive-thru last year was arrested on murder-for hire conspiracy charges in connection with the plot to take out his father and brother, federal prosecutors announced Tuesday. Anthony Zottola, Sr. of Larchmont, New York, and three others were arrested on the charges Tuesday, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York. Prosecutors say Zottola plotted with Bloods gang members to kill his father and brother. “As alleged, Zottola Sr. set in motion a deadly plot to kill his father and brother, with Bloods gang members carrying out extreme acts of violence to collect a payoff for the hits,” U.S. Attorney Richard Donoghue said in a statement.
Video from the scene released by the NYPD late Thursday shows the shooter first fire at the victim, identified by the sources as Zottola, from a moving car. Zottola is then seen in the grainy surveillance video trying to duck for cover behind a minivan before the suspect leaps out of the car, shoots several more times and flees in the red sedan. The victim was taken to a hospital, where he is in critical but stable condition, authorities said. …
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Female Student Athletes Push Back Against Trans Policies In Connecticut

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High school track star Selina Soule is speaking out after losing a spot in the girls track championship to two biological males. The Daily Caller’s Stephanie Hamill sat down with Soule and attorney Christiana Holcomb with the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) who is representing her in a challenge against the transgender policies in Connecticut. ADF is filing a Title IX complaint on behalf of Soule and other athletes suffering from similar circumstances. Daily Caller official video


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