“Last week, the Supreme Court made us all profoundly less safe by weakening New York’s century old gun licensing laws. We know that more guns leads to more violence, and while we can’t completely undo the damage done, this slate of legislation meets the moment and demonstrates that the New York fight against gun violence
Two people were arrested after allegedly preying on women as they violently forced them to engage in sex acts across the country, and even post content on the website OnlyFans, according to the Manhattan district attorney's office.
D.A. Bragg Announces Charges in Sex Trafficking and Labor Trafficking Conspiracy That Spanned Six States
“These horrific allegations detail an abhorrent sex trafficking scheme that preyed on vulnerable people so the ringleaders could turn a profit,” said District Attorney Bragg.
New York City continues to do what it can to get guns off the streets. A gun buyback event was held Saturday afternoon at the Soul Saving Station Church in Harlem. It was hosted by the Manhattan District Attorney's Office, the NYPD and a nonprofit.
New York still has some of the toughest gun laws in the country on the books, and we will continue to use these statutes to hold accountable those who commit gun violence.