Morning Reads: Kelly Goes on the Attack, Campos Plaza Cameras, Galleries Feature Sculptor Bill Walton

  • Police Commissioner Ray Kelly turns the tables on City Council members, deriding them for criticizing the NYPD’s “stop-and-frisk” policy without offering an alternative (NYT).
  • Defense lawyer moves for a mistrial in the case of a man accused of fatally stabbing Glenn Wright (Gothamist).
  • Campos Plaza residents are briefed on plans for security cameras in their housing complex (The Local EV).
  • Two galleries, James Fuentes and JT, offer a “stunning New York solo debut” featuring 20 pieces by sculptor Bill Walton (NYT).


  • Matthew Swaye

    “Please pardon the high police presence while we turn this into a white neighborhood.We’re making a show of force to assure safe passage for white bodies that will live in all these new glass buildings,” says the sergeant. sachs executives arrested in harlem