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97%VideoNov 2012

NYPD officer gives boots to homeless man

(2:20) NYPD officer Larry DePrimo describes the events that led up to the photo of him giving new boots to a barefoot man in Times Square.


96%VideoNov 2011

Police Captain Ray Lewis supports the Occupy movement

(5:19) Retired Philadelphia Police Captain Ray Lewis gives some advice to the occupiers and is quickly becoming one of the more iconic figures from the Occupy movement.

94%VideoNov 2011

Police Captain Ray Lewis comments on Zuccotti Park eviction

Retired Philadelphia Police Captain Ray Lewis comments on Occupy Wall Street and the NYPD after the eviction of protesters in New York City's Zuccotti Park. on November 15, 2011.


94%VideoOct 2014

Musician arrested for singing in NYC subway

(7:58) NYPD arrest a man for playing in the subway, even after the officer recites the law word for word that allows musicians to perform for donations.


91%VideoSep 2011

Interview with pepper sprayed protester Chelsea Elliott

Brooklyn resident Chelsea Elliott, one of women who was pepper sprayed by NYPD during the Occupy Wall Steet protest, talks about what happened. Next video, Fox News discuss the incident.


90%VideoSep 2012

Mounting the curb; a guided tour from the NYPD

(1:35) A police officer using his initiative to break the law when it makes sense.


90%VideoApr 2015

Swedish cops school NYPD

(0:55) Four Swedish police officers on vacation in New York City, subdued a fight on the subway.

88%VideoSep 2013

Ten arrests in eighty-three minutes

(10:15) A close analysis of NYPD's questionable tactics during an Occupy Wall Street protest.


86%VideoSep 2010

NYPD release first 9/11 aerial photos

A different glimpse of terror. Photos taken by New York City Police Department helicopters on that fateful day.


86%VideoOct 2011

Keith Olbermann - 40 days on and Occupy is getting violent

(12:30) Until recently, the Occupy movement has been largely peaceful. Is this the beginning of a change in tactics from the authorities? Sgt. Shamar Thomas returns to Countdown with Keith Olbermann to talk about the recent violence in New York.