Last night at a city council meeting, NYPD 78th precinct commanding officer Frank DiGiacomo told attendees that recently apprehended suspects in a string of muggings in Park Slope are bike-riding teens that come from “good families” from “around the neighborhood.” What do you think he likely means by that?
Per DNAinfo, DiGiacomo said:
“Most of the kids are from good families,” DiGiacomo said. “They weren’t coming from bad areas around the city.”
He probably means something specific here.
He added later that the suspected thieves are kids “from around the neighborhood”
with “good parents”
who are “doctors and lawyers.”
I think he means they’re white.
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