SCOTT D KAMIEN Born May 1967, 27 BARRY CT STATEN ISLAND, NY 10306.
SCOTT D KAMIEN Born 1967, 72 BOYLAN ST S STATEN ISLAND, NY 10312. STATEN ISLAND / RICHMOND block 5688, lot 18, DWELLING ONLY - 3 FAMILY, 72 BOYLAN STREET.
SCOTT D KAMIEN born 1967-05-06 may have lived or worked in Brooklyn NY 11210.
Do not confuse intelligence detective Scott Kamien with Harold Kamien. According to "A ride to remember" (in Healthcare Financial Management, March 2008), Scott's father, Harold Kamien, a retired NYPD motorcycle sergeant, died in January 2001. Scott used his connections to help organize the first annual Sgt. Harold Kamien Memorial Motorcycle Run in June 2002.
Chief Charles Kammerdener, white, wears glasses, mustache, white hair, 52 years old on 24 February 2001, now (June 2006) commanding officer of the special-operations division. In March 2001, he was in NYPD's Housing Bureau, became a housing officer in 1973.
CHARLES E. KAMMERDENER, 8440 153RD AVE, HOWARD BEACH, Queens county, NY 11414, (718) 738-4306.
CHARLES E. KAMMERDENER, 9229 FOSTER AVE, 01/25/2002, BROOKLYN, NY 11236 Kings County (718) 649-4925.
He (KAMMERDENER, CHARLES S; 84-29 155TH AVE APT 5D, HOWARD BEACH NY 11414 US) may have owed to CHEMICAL BANK (300 JERICHO QUADRANGLE, JERICHO NY 11753 US) concerning QUEENS block 11446, lot 1 (SINGLE RESIDENTIAL COOP UNIT, 84-29 155TH AVE, 5D).
He may have owed to FLEET MORTGAGE CORP, 1333 MAIN ST, COLUMBIA SC US.
28 August 2011
Trials Deputy Commissioner, Martin G. Karopkin, Esq.
MARTIN G KAROPKIN 1946-10-27 Brooklyn NY MARTIN G KAROPKIN Born Oct 1946 351 MARINE BROOKLYN, NY 11209 (718) 921-1044 NYS Attorney Detail as of 11/16/2009 Registration Number: 1588946 MARTIN GREG KAROPKIN THE CITY OF NEW YORK POLICE DEPARTMENT 1 POLICE PLZ RM 1402A NEW YORK, NY 10038-1497 United States (646) 610-5424 Year Admitted in NY: 1972 Appellate Division Department of Admission: 2 Law School: BROOKLYN Registration Status: Currently registered Next Registration: Oct 2010MARTIN G KAROPKIN Born 1947 328 MARLBOROUGH RD BROOKLYN, NY 11226
MARTIN G KAROPKIN Born Oct 1946, 328 MARLBOROUGH RD BROOKLYN, NY 11226
KAROPKIN, MARTIN; 95-97 WYCKOFF ST, BKLYN, NY US.
KAROPKIN, MARTIN; 95-97 WYCKOFF ST, BKLYN NY US
BROOKLYN / KINGS block 385, lot 60, 95 WYCKOFF STREET
He may have owed to DIME SAVINGS BANK OFNEW YORK, 25 NEWBRIDGE RD, HICKSVILLE NY US.
19 February 2010 ALVIN KASS 1935-12-23 Brooklyn NY chief NYPD chplain, who is a rabbi Columbia College class of 1957 possible phone numbers of Alvin Kass (718) 377-1623 Artur Kass, Alexander M. Kass (718) 377-6562 Arthur Kass, Alex M. Kass (718) 596-3344 Arthur Kass info from whitepages.com Alvin R. Kass East Midwood Jewish Center 1625 Ocean Ave Midwood Neighborhood, Brooklyn, NY 11230-5001 (718) 338-3800 Job: East Midwood Jewish Center Alvin R Kass 1188 E 21st St Brooklyn, NY 11210-3618 Age: 65+ 1188 East 21st Street Brooklyn NY This home has 2,993 square feet and was built in 1925.
12 July 2011 Trials Martin G. Karopkin MARTIN G KAROPKIN 1946-10-27 Brooklyn NY NYS Attorney Registration Number: 1588946 MARTIN GREG KAROPKIN THE CITY OF NEW YORK POLICE DEPARTMENT 1 POLICE PLZ RM 920 NEW YORK, NY 10038-1497 United States (646) 610-5424 Year Admitted in NY: 1972 Appellate Division Department of Admission: 2 Law School: BROOKLYN Registration Status: Currently registered Next Registration: Oct 2012 Martin G Karopkin Born Oct 1946 351 Marine Brooklyn, NY 11209 (718) 921-1044 BROOKLYN / KINGS block 5145 lot 60 DWELLING ONLY - 1 FAMILY 328 MARLBOROUGH ROAD He may have owed to RIDGEWOOD SAVINGS BANK.
2 Sept. 2001, Spirdon [Spiridon?] Katehis
Off-duty at about 2:30 a.m., works in the Bronx. "Spirdon" [Spiridon?] Katehis: SPIRIDON N. KATEHIS, age 45, 15424 12TH RD, WHITESTONE NY 11357, (718) 747-2369.
Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly, born 4 September 1941, worked at Bear Stearns in New York City 10179, Dinkins's police commissioner 1992-93, was raised in Manhattan, often exercises in a gym. He was Undersecretary for Enforcement of the United States Treasury from 1996 to 1998, appointed by Bill Clinton.
RAYMOND W KELLY born 1941-09-04 may have lived in New York NY 10280.
His wife is Veronica, to whom NYPD detectives supposedly, provided much service. Also, in our opinion, it was wasteful for the NYPD to use detectives to provide her with the service that she supposedly received from them. Civilians or lower paid officers should have done the work even assuming that the NYPD should have done the work at all. The work did not require criminal investigation and should not have been done by detectives. We don't know if the commissioner has paid or owed income tax on the value of the service supposedly received.
By the way, the commissioner gets bodyguard service from the NYPD. This work should be done by civilians. If the work is done by officers, it should be done by officers who are paid less than a detective. Bodyguard work and detective work are different. Detectives earn much more than bodyguards. The city wastes money using detectives as bodyguards. Kelly is legally required to periodically report all of his sources of income to the city government but he hasn't reported the free service (for example, chauffeuring Kelly's wife on her personal trips for nearly five years) provided by the NYPD. That service is part of his income. Not reporting the income may, under some circumstances, be a crime, the crime former commissioner Bernard Kerik did. This unreported practice of Kelly (knowingly wrongly making government personnel do errands for Kelly's spouse) is fundamentally what Alan Hevesi did and is commonly done by exceptionally powerful, government officers. Kelly, Hevesi, and Kerik are not alone. Kelly's bodyguards shouldn't even have done errands for him; much less, for his wife. If someone wanted to pay a private company to have off-duty NYPD detectives do errands for his wife (for example, drive her around New York city, especially Manhattan) for nearly five years including at night and on weekends, often on short notice, one might have to pay over a million dollars including rental fees for any vehicles the detectives used, as we shall now explain. The NYPD detectives were available around the clock. Today (14 February 2007), one can rent an NYPD officer (one who is not a detective) for $40.00 hourly, as far as we know. That's $640.00 for 16 hours. The detectives were available 24 hours a day but let's stay with only 16 hours a day. That's $233,600.00 for one year (365 days), $1,144,640.00 for nearly five years (4.9 years). One must add to that the rental value of the vehicles used. Furthermore, an off-duty detective probably would be paid more than an ordinaty officer. Kelly seems to have illegally not reported much more than a million dollars of income received by him as free service to his wife. There may be other ways to calculate Kelly's unreported income but it's still a lot. Kelly's unreported income is much higher than the unreported income of Kerik which led to Kerik's prosecution. Kelly's supposed, unreported income resulted from a kind of embezzlement of service. We guess that Kerik's unreported income resulted from a bribe.
Paul Browne, who often makes untrue statements, denied the report of much, free NYPD service to Veronica. In Browne's denial, he did not say how he knows. We don't know if the report is true.
Commissioner Kelly has adult sons James and Gregory Raymond "Greg" Kelly. As far as we know, Gregory, born 17 Dcember 1968, ia television co-host and was White House reporter. He has worked for FNC (Fox News Channel). Gregory works for channel 5 in New York City, Fox TV. Fox is part of MME (Murdoch Media Empire), as is the New York Post. When Commissioner Kelly talks to someone from the Post, he is talking part of MME, Greg's employer.
Raymond Kelly's been police commissioner twice, under mayors Dinkins and Bloomberg. As Bloomberg's commissioner, he followed Bernard B. Kerik (appointed by Giuliani), who followed Howard Safir (appointed by Giuliani), who followed Bratton (appointed by Giuliani)), who followed Kelly (appointed by Dinkins). Raymond W. Kelly is America's Chicken Little (the sky is falling, a Web site is falling on my cops!). Our Web site has pages about specific sources of publicity about this Web site.
Also, we have a main publicity page at which we occasionally discuss Kelly; for example, his refusal to supply NYPD records in response to a request from former chairman Mark Pomerantz of the Mayor's Commission to Combat Police Corruption. That refusal by Kelly should be distinguished from Kelly's refusal to cooperate with the CCRB (Civilian Complaint Review Board) investigation of police crime and misconduct at the 2004 RNC (Republican National Convention) despite the city charter's requirement (in section 440(d)2) that the police commissioner cooperate: "The police commissioner shall ensure that officers and employees of the police department appear before and respond to inquiries of the board and its civilian investigators in connection with the investigation of complaints ...". Kelly supposedly did the opposite: supposedly he forbad two NYPD officers (Deputy Chiefs Terence Monahan and Stephen Paragallo) to answer CCRB investigators' questions in the CCRB's RNC (Republican National Convention) investigation. Kelly's conduct may possibly have been the crime of obstruction of justice (designed to help Monahan, Paragallo, and others possibly including Kelly), not just violation of the city charter.
There was an interesting amount of crime in New York city during the 2004 RNC (Republican National Convention). In 2004, about eight million people lived in New York city and another million or so came into the city on business days. New York city has much crime. The NYPD planned to have about 10,000 of its 36,000 officers flood the streets around MSG (Madison Square Garden, the building that the 2004 RNC was held in) during the convention (namely, the four days from Friday, 30 August, through Monday, 2 September). As far as we know, the plan was carried out. Many other NYPD officers did much other work for the convention. Some of those officers worked far from MSG building and some started their RNC work long before the convention. Ten thousand officers (those intended by NYPD management to flood the streets around MSG building) are about 28 percent of thirty-six thousand officers. The RNC period included Friday and Saturday nights, normally high-crime times for the NYPD. Because so many officers were involved in RNC work, was there more ordinary crime (crime unrelated to the RNC) in New York city then (for example, robbery, burglary, car theft, homicide, rape, drug selling, and kidnap)? Mayor Bloomberg's 3 September 2004 wrap-up assessment does not say that there was more crime. We are unaware of any claims that there was extra, non-RNC crime (in other words, ordinary crime) in New York city during the convention. Maybe the NYPD has far more police officers than it can use to fight crime, so that no increase in crime resulted from using over a fourth of officers for the RNC. Maybe there was more crime during the RNC but it wasn't included in the mayor's wrap-up assessment. If there was an increase in crime, that should be considered when deciding whether to seek other conventions. If there wasn't an increase in crime, that should be considered in deciding how many officers should work for the NYPD.
Commissioner Kelly may possibly be: RAYMOND W. KELLY, born September 1941, 375 S. END AVE, near Liberty street and the Hudson River, in Battery Park City neighborhood), Manhattan, NEW YORK NY 10280-1004, (212). That address (375 South End Avenue) may be in Gateway Plaza. A man with the same name and almost the same age, who may not be commissioner Kelly, seems to live south of Queens Boulevard in the Forest Hills neighborhood of New York City.
Attorney Detail as of 09/22/2009 Registration Number: 1425388 RAYMOND W. KELLY RAYMOND W KELLY 1 POLICE PLZ NEW YORK, NY 10038-1403 United States (646) 610-5410 Year Admitted in NY: 1972 Appellate Division Department of Admission: 2 Law School: ST JOHNS UNIVERSITY Registration Status: Currently registered Next Registration: Sep 2010
We briefly compare Kelly to Safir in our article about Safir.
In 1985, KELLY, RAYMOND
(107 3RD ST, GARDEN CITY, NY, 11530) seems to have bought QUEENS block 3436, lot 25, 1736 GREENE AVENUE (near Cypress Avenue), Ridgewood, NY 11385-1754.
Commissioner Kelly seems to have borrowed about $92,000.00 from FIRST NATIONWIDE SAVINGS (1790 BROADWAY, NY NY 10019) in 1985 to buy the property.
There is a document in which Kelly gave someone a power of attorney. DOCUMENT ID: FT_4450005865345; CRFN: N/A; COLLATERAL: N/A; # of PAGES: 5; REEL-PAGE: 4749-935; EXPIRATION DATE: N/A; DOC. TYPE: POWER OF ATTORNEY; FILE NUMBER: N/A; ASSESSMENT DATE: 12/11/1997; DOC. DATE: N/A; RECORDED / FILED: 12/11/1997; SLID #: N/A; BOROUGH: QUEENS; DOC. AMOUNT: $0.00; RPTT #:; N/A MAP SEQUENCE #: 0 MESSAGE: N/A; PARTY 1 (grantor): KELLY, RAYMOND W. The power of attorney is for QUEENS block 3436, lot 25 (what he seems to have bought in 1985).
Then Kelly (KELLY, RAYMOND; 375 S END AVE; NY NY) seems to have sold the property.
There is a (satisfaction of mortgage) document for that block and lot:
Rell[reel?]-page-file 4753/1295, block 3436 lot 25, 12/15/1997, SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE, 2 pages, KELLY, RAYMOND ETAL, FIRST NATIONWIDE SAVINGS.
According to our understanding of acris DOCUMENT ID: FT_4790005213179, Raymond Kelly may possibly have been indirectly linked (for example, in October 1990) to QUEENS block 3360, lot 1005: 125-10 QUEENS BOULEVARD, KEW GARDENS, NY 11415. This may be a white, co-op building across the street from a Queens County criminal court building and a short walk from other government buildings. That building is near Queens district attorney Richard Brown's apartment: 112-01 Queens Boulevard, apt. 26C, Forest Hills, Queens, NY.
Battery Park City is mentioned above. That Battery is the Battery in the "New York, New York" song of the "On the Town" show and movie:
People who may have recently lived in Kelly's building (375 S. End Ave.) include:
Deputy commissioner Tibor P. Kerekes may possibly live at:
20 Riverside Pl, #A, Dobbs Ferry NY 10522, (914) 674-4077. Someone named "Tibor Kerekes" seems to have lived on Academy Street in Manhattan.
DENNIS R KIM Born Jul 1944, 04/2001, 6117 WOODSIDE AVE FLUSHING, NY 11377 (718) 335-0660
DENNIS R KIM Born Jul 1944, 04/2002, 6117 WOODSIDE AVE WOODSIDE, NY 11377 (718) 478-3293
JERRY SVORONOS Born Jun 1918, 01/2002, 3901 56TH ST WOODSIDE, NY 11377
24 June 2011
19 March 2002, NYPD Police officer Mark Kirshner (Kirschner?.), SI (special investigations?) division, shield 25291?, white, investigates computer crimes, used to be a traffic cop (for example, gave tickets to drivers as they got off a bridge), unix. Said that his son takes Ritalin.
24 June 2011
Incidnetally, a New York State pistol permit may have been issued to someone named: KIRSHNER, MARK 2807 KINGS HWY [Brooklyn] NY 11224-0000.
NYPD supervising chief surgeon Eli Kleinman, boss of NYPD's medical board.
Eli J. Kleinman, MD, hematology, internal medicine, Bronx , NY 10461.
ELI J. KLEINMAN, 3777 INDEPENDENCE AVENUE, BRONX NY 10463, (718) 796-2785;
ELI J. KLEINMAN, 1600 HERING AVE, BRONX NY 10461, (718) 828-12nn;
ELI J. KLEINMAN, age 53, 3671 HUDSON MANOR TERRACE, BRONX NY 10463, (718) 884-66nn.
Captain Frank Klimoski (age 59, 201 E 21ST ST, NEW YORK NY 10010, (212) 260-3127), Executive Officer, NYPD Fleet Services Division, 53-15 58th Street, Woodside, N.Y. 11377.
6/30/2002 $200.00 political contribution
Staten ISland, NY 10305.
NYPD/Detective -[Contribution], ENGEL FOR CONGRESS
6 LINWOOD AVE, STATEN ISLAND NY 10305, (718) 447-1337
4 November 2010 Captain Theodore Lauterborn, Tax Id. 897840 THEODORE A LAUTERBORN 2011 121ST ST COLLEGE POINT, NY 11356
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