Surprise? Trump ‘Associate’ NYPD union boss to surrender authorities to face criminal charges for theft


DB: Former New York Police Department Sergeants Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins will turn himself in to face criminal charges over the misappropriation of union funds, the NY Post reported Wednesday.

The news comes months after the Federal Bureau of Investigation executed search warrants on the union’s New York City offices and Mullins’ home.

“Little info has emerged since agents were seen on Oct. 5, 2021, hauling boxes of documents from Mullins’ residence in Port Washington and the union offices on Worth Street in Lower Manhattan. Federal sources have only said the raid was connected to alleged theft of SBA funds,” the NY Post reported.

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    • Who were the biggest group of union busters (and head busters) starting in the 20s? The boys in blue. Get it?

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