25 thoughts on “NYC TPD DECOY 1985

  1. Years back, me and my boys took down a purse snatcher. EMS was called, opened can of woop-ass. Cops said thanks. Now cops will lock you up for opening that can. RIP Charles Branson (Mr. Death Wish) BTW God Bless Bernhard Goetz. I love NY.

  2. only in NY,the cops are having good success and some wackjobs of course cry foul and need an investigation,criminal enablers or what!

  3. Back when they had real fucking cops. Did their job because it's what they chose to do and their duty. Now they have a choice if they want to do it or not and are there for the 💰. Not part of duty anymore.

  4. "ENTICING" blacks to steal!????!?!?! Lib run garbage city! It took a Republican to gut the garbage, TAKE IN THE MOB, & clean it up! Guiluani goes away … Hello crine!

  5. Hilarious but true. I myself have run into this kind of set up. A cop laid on the platform pretending to be drunk with his wallet and phone just out of reach. I walk up to see if he’s ok and turned to my gf and laughed. ‘It’s just a cop…’ He mumbled something in protest and I walked away

  6. 1985 ya got 60 Minutrs doing a story about how these guys were elite, honest, and effective…….Now adays they'd be doing a story in these racist corrupt cops hurting the nice black men

  7. I love how people throw entrapment out all the time without even knowing the meaning.

    Entrapment is a defense to criminal charges, and it's based on interaction between police officers and the defendant prior to (or during) the alleged crime. A typical entrapment scenario arises when law enforcement officers use coercion and other overbearing tactics to induce someone to commit a crime.

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