(Say he won't...)
Eric Adams, the founder of 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement, spoke out in October 2005 about NYC's convenient handling of a Homeland Security alert.
At the time, the city has just announced an alert for a terrorist subway attack four days after they heard about it and just in time to steal the headlines away from Bloomberg's then-recent snub of a mayoral debate in Harlem.
Of course the threat was unfounded and called off as bullshit and as a member of an external group he is allowed to speak against
But that didn't stop the NYPD from bringing up departmental charges against Adams alleging that he "did wrongfully divulge or discuss department business without authority and permission to do so" and committed acts that were ''prejudicial to the good order, efficiency or discipline of the department by disseminating misinformation to the public regarding this N.Y.P.D. operation.''
After 22 years of service and less than a month away from his pension, he could lose it all if the case goes against him.
He says he has no regrets and did the right thing. I would agree.
Eric Adams risked it all to stand up to the bullshit machine of Republican terrorist alerts that always seem to happen around election time and for that Eric Adams is the Snitch of the Week.