Destruction of Public Documents For Political Reasons

    New York City ID Holders Aren’t a Threat, N.Y.P.D. Official Says in Court New York Times By Liz Robbins JAN. 5, 2017 The New York Police Department’s highest-ranking counterterrorism official said in court on Thursday that records associated with the city’s municipal ID card program could be destroyed without increasing the risk of terrorism. John Miller, the department’s deputy commissioner for intelligence and counterterrorism, was testifying in the courtroom of Justice Philip G. Minardo of the State Supreme Court on Staten Island in a case brought by two State Assembly members from the borough who are seeking to … Continue reading