Did New York Drugpin Forget to Make His Campaign Contribution?


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Here’s what happens when Liberals run cities.

They sell distressed properties for pennies on the dollars…to drug dealers.

As reported by the New York Post,

The wife of a Harlem drug kingpin tried to bank a nearly half-million-dollar profit by selling their apartment, which she bought from the city for just $250, but Manhattan prosecutors are saying, not so fast — because the couple turned the pad into an “angel dust” den.

Nicole Moultrie bought the apartment in 2004 as part of a city program to encourage home ownership for low​-​ and middle-income families. She sold it last year for $430,000, prosecutors said in court documents filed this week.

Nice potential profit, I’d say.

I’m willing to bet this deal happened in Democrat Representative and New York slum lord Charlie Rangel’s district, but I can’t say for sure. It’s certainly par for the course, as black thugs get to peddle their wares in black neighborhoods with virtual immunity.

One has to wonder, what went wrong for the authorities to crack down on these two. Did they forget to make that “campaign contribution?”

The story continues,

They want the profit seized as illegal gains from the drug business​, saying in the court documents that by 2010, her husband, Lamont Moultrie, had turned the building at 101 W. 115th St​.​ into the hub of his empire.

The place reeked of ​drugs and chemicals, officials said. The vacant apartment next door to the Moultries’ became a storage closet for PCP and supplies. Crack cocaine and 9mm bullets were found in the basement.

So nobody knew who these people were? How long were they able to sell drugs out of this building before somebody snitched?

This reeks of a political smackdown.

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