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Critical mass

The Critical Mass rides were once the big, regular, activist event of NYC.
Spending public resources to harass a group of law-abiding cyclists works against Mayor de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton's pledge to make the streets safer.
Cycling activist Mellow Yellow was arrested for playing his music too loud during October's Critical Mass.
Because there is no better use of NYPD resources than trailing 30 cyclists with 40 officers to arrest one man for merely providing his military ID.
Policing a Critical Mass ride in May. (Time's Up!'s Flickr) On
The city has agreed to pay $965,000 dollars to cyclists arrested during
Courtesy Time's Up This is rich: During last month's Critical Mass
Patrick Pogan, the former NYPD officer who was caught on tape in
Aaaand what did you expect? NY1 reports that Patrick Pogan, the
Patrick Pogan, the former NYPD officer who was caught on tape
To round out the first week of Bike Month NYC, here are
Christopher Long, the bicyclist shoved by a police officer during a
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