Friday, April 5, 2024

Mayor Adams Breaks Bread with Drug Dealers at Burger King That’s Become ‘open-air drug bazaar’; Mayor Eric Adams Meets with Alleged Drug Dealers in Burger King Just Blocks Away from City Hall

Mayor Adams breaks bread with drug dealers at Burger King that’s become ‘open-air drug bazaar’:
Mayor Adams broke bread with a crew of loiterers and alleged drug dealers who have been using a Burger King blocks from City Hall as their headquarters, a witness to the unusual Whopper summit told The Post.
Hizzoner even apparently offered them jobs — and was offered ganja himself, the witness said.
The day after The Post exposed the rowdy miscreants who prompted a fed-up resident to file a $15 million lawsuit against the fast food joint, Adams rolled up to 106 Fulton St. in a black suburban last Sunday at about 2 p.m. He walked inside the Burger King, then emerged and invited the group of alleged dealers inside, the witness said.
“They sat there for a solid hour,” the witness said.
Nearly half a dozen officers from the nearby First Precinct were also on hand, preventing passersby from taking pictures, the witness claimed.
But a surreptitiously-taken snap provided to The Post shows Adams inside the Burger King. His assistant recorded the meeting with a cell phone, the witness said.
After the powwow, Adams and the loiterers walked outside, where Hizzoner could then be heard telling one of his assistants to find the group “something within the service that can help them,” the witness said. It’s unclear what the mayor meant.
One of the crew then offered the mayor some of his wares, as a police captain stood next to him. --->READ MORE HERE
'Open air drug bazaar': Mayor Eric Adams meets with alleged drug dealers in Burger King just blocks away from City Hall:
New York City Mayor Eric Adams was discovered hanging out with a group of loiterers and alleged drug dealers who have been using a Burger King as their headquarters, according to an exclusive report by the New York Post. The fast food restaurant is located just blocks away from City Hall.
The report mentioned that witnesses said the mayor was even offered marijuana during his visit. The development comes shortly after the Burger King location was slapped with a $15 million lawsuit for acting as an "open air drug bazaar."
The lawsuit was apparently brought by an angry neighbor who said that the fast-food operator has helped turn "Fulton Street into an open air drug bazaar."
The Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit filed by Kevin Kaufman said that a group of "professional drug dealers" have been able to do whatever they want at the Burger King location, which they have used as a "base of operation, selling illegal drugs either at the entrance ... or during inclement weather, selling illegal drugs within the Burger King restaurant itself."
Kaufman has lived on the block for 20 years, and he has finally had enough. --->READ MORE HERE
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