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How stores can learn from casinos to stop repeat shoplifters: Guardian Angels founder Curtis Sliwa

Guardian Angels founder Curtis Sliwa showed stores what they can learn from casinos to prevent serial shoplifting Friday on "Jesse Watters Primetime." CURTIS SLIWA: What they've got to do is what the casinos do. If you or I were going in and playing poker or blackjack, and they thought we were counting cards, which should be legal, we would be banned in perpetuity in Vegas, Lake Tahoe, Atlantic City. And they would use facial recognition technology. They would all share that. These are private enterprises.
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Curtis Sliwa, Guardian Angels patrol posh Forest Hills following murder of deliveryman

The Guardian Angels are patrolling well-to-do Forest Hills following the shooting murder of a food deliveryman working for a local Chinese restaurant. Guardian Angels founder Curtis Sliwa, the Republican candidate for mayor last year, said it’s the first time in the civilian patrol’s 43-year history that it’s been asked to patrol the upper-middle-class Queens neighborhood.
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Curtis Sliwa exposes the 'scam' that releases thieves back into the streets

Guardian Angels founder Curtis Sliwa joined "Jesse Watters Primetime" to provide insight on how thieves are sent back into the streets. CURTIS SLIWA: This is the scam. You go into court, and as you can see, she'll humble herself. She'll be in front of the judge. Judge says, "I just ... saw you. I told you not to get in trouble again." She goes, "Judge, I just want to cop a plea, disorderly conduct," which is a violation. It's not a misdemeanor, not a felony. Boom, out in the street. Do it all over again. The judges know it, the ADAs, the defense attorneys, the cops know it and nothing gets done.
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Curtis Sliwa: It's 'all about race' with Eric Adams, and it's always been that way

Former New York mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa blasted Mayor Eric Adams for his remarks against the media on "Hannity" Wednesday. Adams said, "I’m a Black man that’s the mayor. But my story is being interpreted by people that don’t look like me. Diversify your newsroom ... That’s not what we’re getting. And that’s why I’m covered the way I’m covered."
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Anthony Weiner Is Back, and He's Teaming Up With Curtis Sliwa

Anthony Weiner is back, and he's teaming up with none other than Curtis Sliwa. It could only happen in New York City. Weiner, the former congressman and mayoral front-runner, whose predilection for sending sexually explicit texts to teenage girls ended his career and sent him to prison, will join 77 WABC radio as co-host of a new weekend political show, "The Left vs The Right."
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Anthony Weiner To Co-Host Weekend Show With Curtis Sliwa On WABC/New York

Former Congressman ANTHONY WEINER, whose political career was cut short by scandal and a conviction for a sex offense, will co-host a SATURDAY show with CURTIS SLIWA on RED APPLE MEDIA News-Talk WABC-A/NEW YORK. The NEW YORK POST's PAGE SIX reports that WEINER and SLIWA will host "THE LEFT VS....
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Sliwa vs. Schumer: Curtis Sliwa mulls challenge to Schumer in 2022

Guardian Angels founder Curtis Sliwa is back in the political arena following his campaign for New York City mayor in November. He has launched a super PAC aimed at defeating Senate Democratic leader Charles E. Schumer, who is up for reelection in New York next year. Mr. Sliwa may even...
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New York Post

Video shows Curtis Sliwa getting hit by taxi in NYC

A new video shows former GOP mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa getting hit by a taxi outside Rockefeller Center last month. The video, obtained by The Post, shows Sliwa running through two lanes of slow-moving traffic on Oct. 29 before getting hit by a yellow cab, sending him flying to the ground.
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