An undercover NYPD officer entered the spotless Super Laundromat & Dry Cleaners in Inwood, a largely Dominican neighborhood at the northernmost tip of Manhattan. He made his rounds through the store, hawking what he said were stolen gadgets — an iPhone, iPad Mini and iPad.
This video shows the first wave of Occupy Wall Street demonstrators who marched from Zuccotti Park and Washington Square Park up to Times Square. This is the last block of the march, video was shot between 6th and 7th Ave on 46th Street.
Occupy Wall Street March on and Occupation of Times Square – 2011.10.15 – Day 29 #OWS #USDOR #OccupyWallSt
Posted by Ingrelli on 2011-03-07 at 12:02NewsComments Off on NYPD Video Footage from 9/11 Attacks Released
Apparently the video below was released due to a FoIA (Freedom of Information Act) request and then leaked to the website Cryptome (A Wikileaks’esque site). The video was originally released to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and apparently included the following copyright notice from the NYPD:
“Please take notice that the City of New York (“City”) has asserted that the contents of the enclosed DVD-ROM is protected under the Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C. sections 101 et seq. Tbe City expressly reserves its rights in these materials, and requires that you obtain the City’s permission prior to any reproduction, modification, adaptation, recompilation, or other derivative use of each DVD-ROM or portion thereof, including any still image extracted or derived therefrom, and that the City’s permission be obtained prior to the commercial distribution of any video footage and of still or moving images extracted or derived therefrom in any medium, by sale, rental, lease, lending or other means.”