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Public defenders were unaware of credibility issues with at least 11 officers named in the list.
The decision comes despite incoming Queens DA Melinda Katz’s resistance to such disclosures.
The release comes after months of Gothamist/WNYC reporting on the secret lists.
A hotly-contested ballot proposal would empower the CCRB to conduct its own investigations of police lying.
Prosecutors in two boroughs say they'll launch a review of possible false arrests made by Detective Joseph Franco, a veteran NYPD officer who allegedly framed multiple New Yorkers on bogus drug charges.
The women were aggressively intoxicated, the lawsuit claims, and one "promptly punched Mr. Pemberton in the chest" and began hurling racial slurs at him.
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