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Title: NYPD is Raiding Sleeping Truckers Hauling Supplies During Outbreak, Impounding Cargo
Source: Free Thought Project
URL Source: https://thefreethoughtproject.com/n ... -19-supplies-impounding-cargo/
Published: Mar 25, 2020
Author: Matt Agorist
Post Date: 2020-03-26 07:06:53 by Deckard
Keywords: None
Views: 1067
Comments: 41

Brooklyn, NY — As doctors, nurses, and other medical staff bravely battle the coronavirus on the front lines, there are other industries out there who are providing extremely vital services, but get overlooked. In a time in which grocery store shelves are being emptied at furious rates, truck drivers are tirelessly carrying tons of supplies from coast to coast to make sure society does not break down during this crisis.

The supplies range from food to medical supplies that are invaluable during these times. One would think that these brave men and women behind the big wheels would be given leeway by law enforcement during this outbreak. However, as the following case illustrates, one would be wrong.

In many places, these truck drivers are actually greeted with kindness and thanked for their service. In Eufaula, Alabama, the police department announced they wanted to help the hungry truck drivers, AL.com reported.

“To that end, if you are a truck driver, and need to take time off the road in Eufaula, we will assist you in getting food,” the Eufaula Police Department posted on their official Facebook page. “With more and more restaurants limiting their dining room access, it is becoming harder for our truck driving friends to find places to eat. We will either go get something for you, or give you a ride to the nearest drive through (if you don’t mind riding in the back seat).”

“We are working non-stop, but it’s to make sure people get what they need,” says Ronda Aucoin, a truck driver from Kentucky.

Aucoin told KRNV that people have been kind of enough to bring her a warm meal when she and her daughter post-up at truck stops across the country.

“Nevadans have been especially nice since a few places are closed and not allowing us to stay the night when we’re done working,” says Aucoin.

But these cases are in Nevada and Alabama. In New York, the same brave men and women hauling crucial supplies during this crisis are being preyed on by police. Instead of bringing them warm food and salutations, officers from the NYPD’s 66th Precinct brought them extortion and theft.

Because many rest stops are closed across the country, Truckers have been forced to stop on the side of the road to sleep while hauling these supplies. Instead of realizing this, NYPD cops raided the sleeping truckers, issued them fines and impounded their vehicles — for sleeping on the side of the road.

Completely oblivious to the heinous nature of preying on people trying to keep the nation from falling into chaos, the officers who conducted the raid took to Twitter to brag about it.

“Our traffic safety officer was out on Bay pkwy towing these illegally parked trailers,” the NYPD 66th Precinct tweeted on Monday morning. “Please remember commercial vehicles cannot be parked on residential blocks.”

The tweet has since been deleted after they received a massive wave of backlash. The act of extorting truckers hauling much need supplies was so over the top that it even drew criticism from other cops.

Even the pro-police media outlet Blue Lives Matter decried the actions of NYPD’s 66 Precinct in an article on Tuesday. Blue Lives Matter described what happened in the 66th Precinct as “utterly disgusting.”

Also, retired NYPD Detective David Chianese captured the tweet and then took to his Advocacy for LEOs Blog to sarcastically flog the “brave” cops for raiding sleeping truckers.

Parked along a deserted mixed-use street in the wee hours of the morning lay truckers. Over the road truckers who have been working nonstop the last few weeks in a desperate attempt to win shelf space in stores to prevent the American people from going without. Truckers sleeping in their rigs to catch a few moments of rest before pulling out to take loaded trailers to their next destination. Trailers full of water, diapers, baby formula, and the ever-elusive toilet paper. Trailers that will now go undelivered and further set back the fight to keep goods flowing to stores so that the citizens of the United States have what they need.

As the sun slowly begins to crack just over the elevated subway station, a crack comes over the radio signaling the beginning of “Operation Cluster F**k”. An operation spearheaded and ran by no other than Long Island native, Deputy Inspector James King. Like the brave soldiers on Omaha Beach, members of the 66 Pct and the NYPD Traffic Enforcement Division charged the block and risked it all to wake sleeping out of state truckers.

Luckily, this time, the waters would not turn red from the blood of slaughtered patriots risking their lives to save an enslaved nation halfway across the world but it would mean people not getting what they need, while sitting in quarantine during the largest global emergency since the deadly Spanish influenza pandemic of 1918.

Blue Lives Matter said they spoke with an NYPD official who said the cops in the 66th precinct are doing the bidding of community leaders who don’t want trucks parked in their neighborhoods.

“This is a situation where the precinct commander didn’t have the balls to tell the community leaders that they’re being ridiculous,” the NYPD official told Blue Lives Matter. “Why would he send officers to mess with these truckers who need to deliver supplies, effectively exposing all of the officers and the truckers to each other for no reason? It’s just inexcusable.”

And there you have it. To “keep you safe” during this crisis, at the behest of their rich community leaders, cops are extorting truck drivers and impounding the supplies they are hauling which are keeping the country from falling into utter chaos. Seems legit.

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#2. To: Deckard (#0)

Someone correct me if I am wrong,but if this were thee and me doing it,wouldn't it be identified as Armed Robbery?

sneakypete  posted on  2020-03-26   12:59:05 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#3. To: sneakypete (#2) (Edited)

Someone correct me if I am wrong,but if this were thee and me doing it,wouldn't it be identified as Armed Robbery?
I would need to know more than what I read in an article in The Free Thought Project and written by Matt Agorist before I could possibly comment on your request.

Why?

One reason ...

Facebook nukes Fake News page "The Free Thought Project"
There are other such damning reports …

While I have absolutely no basis to correct you since I don’t have access to the facts, I will however politely say that I will forever need to fact-check what I read that is presented by TFTP - and especially those articles written by Matt Agorist.

Gatlin  posted on  2020-03-26   13:48:32 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#4. To: Gatlin (#3)

I would need to know more than what I read in an article in The Free Thought Project

Try the link in the article: "Advocacy for LEOs Blog"

The comments on the blog are from people who live in the neighborhood...very enlightening.

Oh, yes, Gatlin, one more thing...try to stop whining...it's unbecoming to a gentleman of your age. Thanks in advance.

watchman  posted on  2020-03-26   14:21:27 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#9. To: watchman, Deckard, ALL (#4) (Edited)

I would need to know more than what I read in an article in The Free Thought Project
I am learning more …

Matt Agorist in The Free Thought Project article posted here stated that “truck drivers are tirelessly carrying tons of supplies” and in these trucks:

The supplies range from food to medical supplies that are invaluable during these times.

While Ashley in an article published in CDL Life stated:

A New York City Police Department precinct towed trucks from a residential roadway while the drivers waiting for a load.
So …

Matt Agorist stated the trucks were full and delivering “supplies that range from food to medical supplies.”

While Ashley stated that the trucks were “empty and waiting for a load.”

We are to believe whom …

Knowing Matt Agorist’s posting history of yellow journalism that has over time presented little or no legitimate well-researched news while instead simply taking stories from other sources and rewriting them to use eye-catching exaggerations and scandal-monger with sensationalism to show a situation in an agenda driven bad light – I chose to believe Ashley.

You may believe whomever you wish to …

Gatlin  posted on  2020-03-27   23:18:51 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#36. To: Gatlin (#9)

Matt Agorist stated the trucks were full and delivering “supplies that range from food to medical supplies.”

While Ashley stated that the trucks were “empty and waiting for a load.”

We are to believe whom …

What practical difference does it make. A truck waiting to be loaded being towed means it doesn't get loaded,and it doesn't get to deliver a load.

The end result is the same.

sneakypete  posted on  2020-03-28   12:22:56 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#37. To: sneakypete (#36)

What practical difference does it make.

He thinks that the way to win an argument is by quibbling and twisting. Does not know any better.

A Pole  posted on  2020-03-28   13:06:08 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#38. To: A Pole (#37)

He thinks that the way to win an argument is by quibbling and twisting.

Does not know any better.

I know this better.

I know that an argument is defined as: “A course of reasoning aimed at demonstrating truth or falsehood."

In the study of logic and philosophy, you will find that an argument is neither a “win” or “lose” situation.

It is simply a series of profoundly complex statements called premises which are intended to determine the degree of truth of another statement.

Understanding this – then all I do, and all I have ever done, is continue to strive to superbly determine the truth.

I am doing a great job at that – I will forever continue to do that …

Gatlin  posted on  2020-03-28   13:35:28 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


#39. To: Gatlin (#38)

all I do, and all I have ever done, is continue to strive to superbly determine the truth.

I am doing a great job at that – I will forever continue to do that ...

For ever and ever ;)

A Pole  posted on  2020-03-28   17:52:59 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


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#40. To: A Pole (#39)

There was a time I used to say that a person should never
be afraid to shout out his good features and talents.
My mystical motto back then was "If you've got it, flaunt it!"
You have provided me the golden opportunity to once again shout –
“Brother – I got it, so I’m really gonna flaunt it!"
Thanks for providing me with the platform and reason.
Another idiom I favored for its blunt message of confidence is –
“if you don't toot your own horn - nobody will.”
Pay close attention now …

Pretty good – Eh …
Toot – Toot.
“Major Gatlin” …
That is not an honorary title.
It was well earned through a deliberate and obstinate desire
to be of great service to our wonderful nation..
Toot – Toot.

Gatlin  posted on  2020-03-28 19:41:26 ET  Reply   Untrace   Trace   Private Reply  


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