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I never thought the US would need vigilante justice in my lifetime but it seems like it is just around the corner

Every time accused granny-shover Rashid Brimmage was arrested

With 36 misdemeanor and three felony convictions, his arrest and court history as provided by law enforcement sources paints the portrait of a petty career criminal — almost to the point of caricature.

Here are the dates and top charges from each of his 103 arrests:

Oct. 26, 2005 — Criminal mischief
Nov. 22, 2005 — Criminal mischief
Dec. 7, 2005 — Turnstile jumping
May 3, 2006 — Turnstile jumping
May 5, 2006 — Assault
Nov. 7, 2006 — Turnstile jumping
Dec. 7, 2006 — Violation of unspecified local law
May 3, 2007 — Criminal sale of marijuana
June 29, 2007 — Assault
July 16, 2007 — Criminal trespass
Dec. 27, 2007 — Criminal possession of marijuana
March 22, 2008 — Grand larceny
April 21, 2008 — Criminal trespass
April 23, 2008 — Criminal trespass
May 31, 2008 — Criminal trespass
July 31, 2008 — Violation of unspecified local law
Nov. 6, 2008 — Criminal possession of marijuana
May 27, 2009 — Criminal sale of marijuana
Nov. 5, 2009 — Criminal trespass
Nov. 23, 2009 — Criminal trespass
Feb. 23, 2010 — Tampering with physical evidence
March 26, 2010 — Violation of unspecified local law
April 23, 2010 — Criminal trespass
Sept. 2, 2010 — Violation of unspecified local law
Sept. 15, 2010 — Criminal trespass
Nov. 19, 2010 — Criminal trespass
Jan. 12, 2011 — Criminal trespass
Feb. 19, 2011 — Criminal trespass
April 20, 2011 — Criminal trespass
May 15, 2011 — Criminal trespass
Sept. 14, 2011 — Assault
Oct. 21, 2011 — Harassment-stalking
Dec. 19, 2011 — Turnstile jumping
Jan. 24, 2012 — Menacing with a weapon
Feb. 2, 2012 — Turnstile jumping
March 21, 2012 — Forcible touching
April 28, 2012 — Criminal possession of marijuana
June 17, 2012 — Criminal possession of marijuana
June 27, 2012 — Forcible touching
Oct. 2, 2012 — Forcible touching
Nov. 18, 2012 — Obstructing governmental administration
Dec. 4, 2012 — Assault
Dec. 27, 2012 — Turnstile jumping
Jan. 9, 2013 — Assault on a police officer
March 15, 2013 — Resisting arrest
Aug. 7, 2013 — Criminal trespass
Aug. 10, 2013 — Criminal trespass
Aug. 20, 2013 — Violation of unspecified local law
Aug. 22, 2013 — Criminal possession of marijuana
Aug. 28, 2013 — Criminal trespass
Sept. 19, 2013 — Criminal trespass
Oct. 16, 2013 — Violation of unspecified local law
Nov. 9, 2013 — Unspecified violation of state sanitary code
Nov. 27, 2013 — Assault on a police officer
Nov. 27, 2013 — Obstructing governmental administration
Dec. 28, 2013 — Criminal trespass
Jan. 24, 2014 — Resisting arrest
March 9, 2014 — Criminal trespass
March 12, 2014 — Obstructing governmental administration
March 21, 2014 — Resisting arrest
April 23, 2014 — Criminal trespass
April 25, 2014 — Obstructing governmental administration
April 25, 2014 — Obstructing governmental administration
May 24, 2014 — Public lewdness
June 6, 2014 — Resisting arrest
June 12, 2014 — Assault
July 10, 2014 — Violation of unspecified local law
July 23, 2014 — Sexual abuse
March 27, 2015 — Criminal trespass
July 4, 2015 — Violation of unspecified local law
July 24, 2015 — Resisting arrest
Jan. 7, 2016 — Violation of unspecified local law
Jan. 14, 2016 — Resisting arrest
Feb. 17, 2016 — Violation of unspecified local law
Feb. 23, 2016 — Criminal trespass
Feb. 26, 2016 — Violation of unspecified local law
March 12, 2016 — Assault
Feb. 3, 2017 — Criminal mischief
Feb. 3, 2017 — Criminal mischief
April 10, 2017 — Resisting arrest
April 10, 2017 — Trespass
Nov. 28, 2017 — Assault on a police officer, firefighter or EMT
Dec. 7, 2017 — Failure to report change of address as a sex offender
July 19, 2018 — Failure to register as a sex offender
March 29, 2019 — Criminal possession of a controlled substance
April 4, 2019 — Criminal possession of a controlled substance
April 28, 2019 — Persistent sexual abuse
April 28, 2019 — Forcible touching
May 8, 2019 — Criminal possession of a controlled substance
May 14, 2019 — Criminal mischief
June 4, 2019 — Cemetery desecration
June 5, 2019 — Persistent sexual abuse
June 5, 2019 — Public lewdness
June 14, 2019 — Public lewdness
Aug. 8, 2019 — Criminal possession of a controlled substance
Aug. 14, 2019 — Criminal possession of a controlled substance
Aug. 15, 2019 — Criminal possession of a controlled substance
Sept. 27, 2019 — Criminal possession of a controlled substance
Nov. 6, 2019 — Criminal possession of a controlled substance
Feb. 4, 2020 — Assault
Feb. 17, 2020 — Assault
March 9, 2020 — Assault
June 16, 2020 — Assault of a victim 65 or older

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  • jwm June 18, 2020, 4:46 PM

    Poster child for BLM.

    JWM

  • Gagdad Bob June 18, 2020, 5:14 PM

    Anything can be misused, but some people are begging for a knee to the neck for ten minutes or so.

  • Ulysses Toole June 18, 2020, 5:21 PM

    The more you interact with LEO, the better chance to win stupid prizes.

  • TeeRoy Jenkins June 18, 2020, 5:26 PM

    No wonder they caught him so quick, half the cops in the precient knew this shitbird on sight.

  • Rob De Witt June 18, 2020, 5:47 PM

    “He needs to think about what he’s done, and try and make himself better.”

    She exhibits pluperfect victim mentality because it’s so important that she thinks of herself as a Good Person.

    Yo Lady: Ever heard of Auschwitz? God forbid you ever dis the Nazis, after all.

  • Brother John June 18, 2020, 5:52 PM

    I propose a lifetime limit on arrests. You pass that threshold — and 100 is far too generous — and the cops take you for your last ride outside the city limits, pop you two in the head, and leave you there.

  • sam June 18, 2020, 6:04 PM

    Do we have jails or not. Whoever let him out after ten times is should be delt with

  • nunnya bidnez, jr June 18, 2020, 6:11 PM

    Just a few years ago Riker’s Island jail was overcrowded.
    Rikers is currently at only 50% capacity.
    Plenty of room for trash like this.
    Not just Cuomo and DeBlasio, but Rashid Brimmage too.

  • ghostsniper June 18, 2020, 6:19 PM

    I found a full size pik of that animal’s face and just stared at it for a moment.
    I said animal. There is no human in it’s eyes. Just black nothingness. I’ve seen this before, in person. It’s a haunting thing to experience. It looks like a human, it sort of acts like a human but that is where the similarity ends. It is an animal, a conscienceless violent and animals like that must be dealt with on terms it can understand. click…BOOM!

    But that won’t happen, as it lives and thrives in an environment that nurture’s that sort of behavior. Out here in the sticks an animal like that will be perished post haste and it knows it. Urbania is it’s prison.

  • John the River June 18, 2020, 6:26 PM

    “Brother John
    I propose a lifetime limit on arrests. You pass that threshold — and 100 is far too generous — and the cops take you for your last ride outside the city limits, pop you two in the head, and leave you there.”

    Yea! Verily Brother!

  • talgus June 18, 2020, 6:57 PM

    true need for a sin eater. Not the cops. just add some lead to his head and let his maker deal with him.

  • Terry June 18, 2020, 8:05 PM

    After hearing about all these riots conducted by goons on the loose, my wife asked me to do an inventory of rounds in our storage that would take down a crazed ape type individual at self defense range with a single strike.

    I knew we had what it would take in ammo. But there is a newer round available designed for just this purpose. That is, a close proximity self defense round that expands:

    https://www.hornady.com/ammunition/rifle/308-win-155-gr-critical-defense#!/

    Testing this combination Saturday behind my home in a big-block AR. Yikes, things are getting very strange indeed.

  • hooodathunkit June 18, 2020, 8:16 PM

    “HOMICIDE, n. The slaying of one human being by another. There are four kinds of homicide: felonious, excusable, justifiable, and praiseworthy, but it makes no great difference to the person slain
    whether he fell by one kind or another — the classification is for advantage of the lawyers.”

  • TC June 18, 2020, 9:05 PM

    I’d pay good money to put a bullet or thirty in that guy.

    Slow-like.

    Then maybe some work with a red-hot poker.

  • Kevin in PA June 19, 2020, 4:18 AM

    Brother John and John the River,

    Be careful what you wish for.
    I fear the concept of such enforcement by cops.
    I sure don’t want to live in a country where the cops are judge, jury and executioner, without oversight and given immunity fro criminal behavior, no matter how “just” it may seem on the surface.

    I would much rather see an indignant citizenry rise up and smash the career criminals, by any means necessary. Giving such power to an arm of the state (the state who has failed to deal with the problem in the first place) is a very dangerous idea.

  • CC June 19, 2020, 5:44 AM

    Found dead somewhere before he kills someone would be a positive conclusion to this human refuse’ life.

  • Fletcher Christian June 19, 2020, 6:41 AM

    I’m not trying to excuse this pond life, but there are at least two points here:
    Arrested does not mean guilty. Approximately 2/3 of his arrests led to nothing, so presumably they couldn’t pin anything on him.
    And IMHO it’s debatable whether the drug arrests count, too. It’s been my firm opinion, for quite a while now, that all recreational drugs ought to be legalised – and we can watch evolution in action, and it removes many of the excuses for law enforcement to act like fascist stormtroopers.
    Either that, or shoot drug dealers on sight. The present middle way doesn’t work, is never going to work, and is doing many highly undesirable things to society. Including deaths of uninvolved innocents caught in the crossfire.

  • Jack June 19, 2020, 6:45 AM

    The black race proves itself, over and over again, to be a damned curse upon humanity and very little else. I know that there are a few among the race that are good and decent people who hate this kind of TNB but they are typically silent and, for those, I feel sorry that they have to be associated with trash like this, just because of their skin color.

    But the rest of them, there aren’t enough cinder blocks or oceans that are deep enough in which to dispose of them. But that’s exactly what they deserve, a fast, one way trip to the bottom.

  • Nori June 19, 2020, 7:33 AM

    The NY Post link notes the ThriveNYC mental health program,which was “helping” this 31yr old feral. The program has a budget of $850 million,and has faced scrutiny for ill-defined goals,missing funds,and little accomplishments.
    The program is run by Mayor DiBlasio’s wife,Chirlane McRay,who recently said that New York without police would be ‘Nirvana”.

    Note the muslim first name,Rashid. In Arabic,that means “rightly guided”.
    I’m betting this kid was guided by a single mom with zero decent male influence in his entire life.
    Not an excuse,just an ironic observation.
    Wonder how many times he and others like him have voted for the diBlasio’s and Cuomos who plague NYC.

  • ghostsniper June 19, 2020, 7:50 AM

    Fletcher is right. Look down over that list. Take out all the bullshit and there’s not 50 cents worth of anything left. Seems to be a punk that never grew up and never had to do hard physical work. Trapped in an urban cage, probably never will. Thousands of animals like this make it possible for thousands of gov’t employees in NYFC to have lucrative lifestyles. It’s a system, where everyone lives off everyone else and no one is producing anything and everyone is dragging everything down. Burn it. Burn it with fire.

  • tim June 19, 2020, 8:29 AM

    May 5, 2006 — Assault
    June 29, 2007 — Assault
    March 22, 2008 — Grand larceny
    Sept. 14, 2011 — Assault
    Jan. 24, 2012 — Menacing with a weapon
    Dec. 4, 2012 — Assault
    Jan. 9, 2013 — Assault on a police officer
    Nov. 27, 2013 — Assault on a police officer
    June 12, 2014 — Assault
    July 24, 2015 — Resisting arrest
    Jan. 14, 2016 — Resisting arrest
    March 12, 2016 — Assault
    Nov. 28, 2017 — Assault on a police officer, firefighter or EMT
    July 19, 2018 — Failure to register as a sex offender
    April 28, 2019 — Persistent sexual abuse
    June 5, 2019 — Persistent sexual abuse
    Feb. 4, 2020 — Assault
    Feb. 17, 2020 — Assault
    March 9, 2020 — Assault

    Yea, leave the kid alone he hasn’t done anything wrong. I mean, who among us hasn’t been arrested 103 times. Obviously the man is keeping him down.

    Attica!!!

  • ghostsniper June 19, 2020, 9:54 AM

    Question 1:
    All of those are violent crimes, why wasn’t he in jail?
    Question 2:
    Who is the worst criminal(s), the ones doing the crimes, or the ones that aren’t jailing them but reap large incomes for supposedly doing so?

    One good thing about criminals on the skreets is they are forthright and you know exactly what they are all about and if they accost you you can deal justice on the spot. You can’t say the same thing about the white collar criminals behind guarded doors in expensive buildings that ply you with platitudes about keeping you safe but are doing everything but.

  • Eric Blair June 19, 2020, 10:47 AM

    Back of the envelope quick math …
    330M folks in USA, rounded to 300M
    blacks make up 15% of pop ( 45M )
    feral males ages 15-45 make up 30% of that pop ( 13.5M)

    Q? how much are support costs for that pop, plus second-order costs of crime, violence, sociopathy?

  • james wilson June 19, 2020, 12:47 PM

    “I’m not trying to excuse this pond life, but there are at least two points here:
    Arrested does not mean guilty. Approximately 2/3 of his arrests led to nothing, so presumably they couldn’t pin anything on him.”
    For each arrest how many crimes are not attributed, or reported? Ten, thirty? A day doesn’t pass that his critter doesn’t commit a crime.

  • James ONeil June 19, 2020, 12:56 PM

    Obviously he’s simply a troubled young man trying to change his life.

    If only he had been consulted by a nice social worker over a 100 times instead of confronted by mean men in blue I’m quite sure he’d today, be an ever so much better boy!

    The little old lady? Why on earth was she allowed to walk on the same sidewalk? It’s quite obvious such an affront would trigger the poor, misunderstood child.

    I, for on, blame it on the sins each and every single one of us (With certain exceptions based on race or ethnicity, it goes without saying, of course.) committed in 1619!

  • Kevin in PA June 19, 2020, 1:05 PM

    Ghost poses some interesting food for thought. I agree with those who say drug charges are crap and that being charged with a crime does not equal being convicted, but honestly, getting arrested 100+ times (and how old is this miscreant?!) in his short life is certainly not an indication he is living right and righteously.
    To the matter of who is at greater fault, the state for not incarcerating / correcting him longer or the perpetrator of the crime for his unlawful behavior? Naturally, the primary responsibility should fall on the criminal (it’s about choices), but the state should also be held to account at some level.

    I think it was Socrates who said the properly functioning state should be responsible for correcting those who go astray. It was such that when a member of the society broke a rule, the first course of action was for the state to correctly educate the wrong-doer and effectively assert that, hey, we are all in this civilization thing together so don’t break the rules, because the rules are for everyone’s safety/security….etc. If the individual was found to have broken a rule again then there was some small service that must be paid to society as a sort of penance and then more of the don’t do that lecture. After a 3rd offense it was death. NO Fucking Around. We tried to be nice about, but you persist. Death.

    I think there may be some thing to that…..but I really hate giving the state the power to kill under “law”.

  • Daniel K Day June 19, 2020, 2:46 PM

    Kevin in PA, point taken about giving the state the power to kill.
    Another option would be to declare the repeat offender an “outlaw”, meaning that since he can not find it within himself to stay within the law, he no longer gets the protection of the law. In other words, if someone does something to him that would be illegal if done to an ordinary citizen, neither he nor a sympathizer can go to the legal authorities to complain about it.
    This option is not available under the current legal system, unfortunately.

  • Richard G. June 19, 2020, 5:26 PM

    “The 1851 Committee of Vigilance was inaugurated on June 9 with the promulgation of a written doctrine declaring its aims”:
    “WHEREAS it has become apparent to the citizens of San Francisco, that there is no security for life and property, either under the regulations of society as it at present exists, or under the law as now administered; Therefore the citizens, whose names are hereunto attached, do unit themselves into an association for the maintenance of the peace and good order of society, and the preservation of the lives and property of the citizens of San Francisco, and do bind ourselves, each unto the other, to do and perform every lawful act for the maintenance of law and order, and to sustain the laws when faithfully and properly administered; but we are determined that no thief, burglar, incendiary or assassin, shall escape punishment, either by the quibbles of the law, the insecurity of prisons. the carelessness or corruption of the police, or a laxity of those who pretend to administer justice.”

    “Four people were hanged by the Committee; one was whipped (a common punishment at that time); fourteen were deported to Australia; fourteen were informally ordered to leave California; fifteen were handed over to public authorities; and forty-one were discharged.” Apparently the committee exercised restraint in the administration of justice.
    The City Government had been captured and occupied by criminal elements democratically.

    Beware the anger of a patient man.

  • ghostsniper June 19, 2020, 6:28 PM

    Kevin sed: “Ghost poses some interesting food for thought.”
    ====
    I ain’t done yet.
    I’ll preface by saying, when I got out of the army at age 23 my 1 year younger brother told me he had been in the Lee County jail 37 times. The longest stretch was 3 months because they got his paperwork mixed up. So yeah, 37 times by age 22. I was stunned. I knew he had been a criminal since about age 12 but didn’t know the extent. His crimes dealt with thefts and drug stuff. The legal criminals always stack a bunch of other stuff on top of the original offense so the crimes always seem worse than they are. I am not apologizing for my brothers actions or those of any other criminals. In a way, having a criminal brother caused me to stay a little further inside the line than I might have. Other than some traffic stuff long, long ago I have committed no crimes legally or morally.

    Now, what about the probation that is usually required for criminals like the one above? Usually probation requires the criminal to check in at the probation office once a month and pay a certain fee for the privilege of being on probation. This is supervision to insure the criminal is staying legal. I read a couple articles about this criminal and probation was never mentioned. Further, in the arrest list, violation of probation is not listed. A violation of probation will occur if the criminal misses a required appt or fails to pay the required monthly fee.

    There’s a system in place to deal with criminals but when the gov’t criminals in charge do not do their jobs the system is broken down. It’s been 42 years since my now dead brother (15 years ago) told me about his jail adventures and it appears the entire system has gotten worse. Much worse. In light of the recent nationwide events it appears the gov’t mandated criminal-legal system is completely arbitrary and/or non-existent. The US is now a free for all society and everything goes. Unless something big changes, from the top down, this is all going to just get worse and worse. Starting in the urbania’s and working it’s way out to the ruralvilles where it will be snuffed out. Or not.

    Just imagine, battlions of savages like the one above scattering out across the fruited plane killing, raping, and pillaging everything in it’s path until there is no more food to fuel the fire. On the large scale I don’t know how all of this shakes out but I do know that it will cease, for me, at the boundaries of our property lines + 600 yards in all directions. If I see it I can put a hole in it, til I can’t. They never imagined that hell was so painful.

  • Christian June 21, 2020, 6:55 AM

    Did they get rid of those three strikes laws?