December 21, 2019
After giving the family and former partner of hero P.O. Anthony Mosomillo the opportunity to deliver victim impact statements — an opportunity they were denied by the NYS Parole Board — Federal Judge Nicholas Garaufis sent P.O. Mosomillo’s killer back behind bars for the maximum allowable sentence of 2 years. Stories appeared in the NY Post, the Chief-Leader and on CBS 2 News, NBC 4 News and ABC 7 News.
December 16, 2019
AM New York reported on the PBA’s donation of toys at the Church of the Nazarene in Far Rockaway and the Brownville Youth Recreation Center.
December 15, 2019
NYC PBA members deliver Christmas cheer in the form of toys to needy communities in Queens and Brooklyn. Stories ran on PIX 11 news and New York 1 News.
December 12, 2019
Outrage over the NY State Parole Board releasing cop-killer Betsy Ramos who was convicted in the murder of PO Anthony Mosomillo was reported by the Chief Leader and the Brooklyn Reporter.
December 11, 2019
In stories reported by the Daily News and the Post, PBA president Pat Lynch praised a federal judge’s decision to remand Betsy Ramos, who was paroled by NYS into federal custody, until he can review the case and hear a victim’s impact statement from the Mosomillo family. Ramos was convicted of the murder of PO Anthony Mosomillo while she was on federal parole.
December 10, 2019
The publication QNS reports the joy of the PBA’s annual holiday party for the families of our fallen heroes.
December 5, 2019
In a Daily News story about other uniformed unions negotiating a deal before the PBA’s arbitration, Pat Lynch commented: “The city’s current offer of below-inflation raises does not work for New York City police officers, who are underpaid by upwards of 30% in comparison to State Troopers, Port Authority police officers and others with whom we work side-by-side. We look forward to making our case in arbitration.”
November 28, 2019
Pat Lynch gives a wake up call about the true goals of anti-police advocates to the Queens DA’s office as they release a list of so-called “bad cops.“ Stories ran in the Daily News and the Post.
November 24, 2019
The Hill reports Pat Lynch’s remarks regarding the current state of anti-police bias on the streets.
November 24, 2019
Police widow, Margaret Mosomillo, is angry that the parole board did not give her an opportunity to address them in opposition to the release of a woman convicted in the killing of her husband. The story appeared in the NY Post.
November 23, 2019
The PBA slams the parole board for failing to allow police widow Margaret Mosomillo and her family an opportunity to present the victim’s impact statement opposing the release of a woman convicted in police officer Mosomillo’s murder. Stories appeared in the Chief Leader and on CBS 2 news.
November 17, 2019
NY Post: Out of jail after trying to kill a cop, he’s caught with guns and gets a low bail and is on the streets. Pat Lynch warns it’s going to get worse.
November 16, 2019
Once again, PBA President Pat Lynch slams the CCRB for taking actions outside the scope of the city charter. Lynch focuses on the political aspects of the board meeting which violates city policies. The story ran in the Chief-Leader.
November 8, 2019
In the NY Post, citing the re-arrest for gun possession of a man who was jailed for shooting a police officer, Pat Lynch warns that this is the type of criminals who will be put back on the streets instantly under new laws that become effective on Jan 1. The Staten Island Advance reports the PBA’s objections to the Brooklyn DA publishing a list of “bad cops.”
November 7, 2019
PBA president Pat Lynch slams Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzales saying he “sides with the criminals” for releasing the names of MOS on a so called “bad cops” list whom he will not call to testify. Stories appeared in the NY Times, Daily News, and Post.
November 4, 2019
Pat Lynch tells PIX 11 News that anti-police protestors do not want justice, they want to attack police officers and stop all forms of law enforcement. CBS 880 radio news reports on ballot issues and notes that the PBA has been working to defeat the expansion of CCRB's authority and budget.
November 3, 2019
In a NY Post story about anti-police protests, PBA President Pat Lynch squarely places responsibility on the shoulders of elected officials who pander to the criminal element.
October 31, 2019
Gotham Gazette reports on the PBA’s activities aimed at defeating the expansion of CCRB’s power and funding.
October 28, 2019
Pat Lynch’s photo and quotes are included in Daily News article on the lobbying effort to revise Charter to strengthen CCRB.