Services List Alleged In SDNY But Denied
By Corporation Counsel
Russell Lee, Patreon
UK - Honduras
Nov 5 – A resident of Upper
Manhattan has sued saying she
"was placed on a 'no services
list' which prohibited her
from attaining police services
of any kind."
On November 5 U.S. District
Court for the Southern
District of New York Judge
Katherine Polk Failla held a
proceeding. Inner City
Press covered it.
Failla to her credit asked the
City's lawyer, point blank,
whether a No Service List
exists. No, was the answer.
She asked what
databases the NYPD and DA's
office use. The answers were
The case is Price
v. Simmons et al., 15-cv-5871
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