In Part One of this special report on homicides, The Brooklyn Ink examines the trends in Brooklyn over the past decade, and takes a numerical snapshot of the borough’s most recent killings.
A closer look at domestic violence cases in Brooklyn, and its impact on a community.
Kalif Turner and Kevin Thompson were killed within two weeks of each other in Ocean Hill
In the wake of the murder of two members of an Iranian emigre rock band, the Yellow Dogs — as well as a musician friend — we wanted to offer a second look at a 2010 video on the band by Jay Irani.
Early this morning an unidentified man believed to be in his 20s was shot and killed execution style on the corner of Flatlands Ave. and E. 108th St in Canarsie.
A jury deemed Lamont Pride not guilty of aggravated murder today, instead charging him with murder in the second degree. Pride shot and killed Officer Peter Fogoski in Dec. 2011 following a botched drug robbery in Cypress Hills.
Errol Irving, who had spent 20 years in prison for sodomy and incest, was found guilty today in Brooklyn Supreme Court in the 2011 stabbing death of his building’s super. Jurors found Irving, 62, guilty of second degree murder in the death of Shayne Sinclair, 40, after what prosecutors contended was an argument over heat […]
Errol Irving, a 62 year-old ex-convict, took the stand at his murder trial today, and managed to complicate his case. Irving, who served 20 years in prison for sexual abuse, sodomy, and incest, is charged with the February 2011 stabbing death of Shayne Sinclair, 41, the superintendent of his building on East 51st Street between […]
The Brooklyn Lens tackles the video about Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony and how it went viral in this week’s webcast for March 9, 2012.