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Many of the people donating to Daniel Pantaleo’s GoFundMe are police officers. A lot of the names of donors are shared by active NYPD officers, sergeants, lieutenants, etc and many of those individuals have lawsuits against them and post racist social media content.
Peter Guastamacchia, with some weird jokes about breaking in rookies.
Steven Wallace, who has a disturbing “I Am Pantaleo” profile picture. This image and the upside-down NYPD flag has become very popular.
A lot of people that simply support the police as they murder black men.
Christina Heather, again with the “I Am Pantaleo” profile picture.
Sean Ward made a $200 donation.
Multiple donations by Thomas Cardno.
Before the comment section of the GoFundMe was shut down, police were voicing their solidarity with Pantaleo there.
The NYPD cops paying into this most likely think they’re buying into an insurance, of sorts, for the day they murder someone.
Former prosecutor and NYC Oath judge Bill Purdy is financially supporting the death of Eric Garner.
Rich Trois is allegedly the person that started this GoFundMe
It’d be sick if all these NYPD cops quit.
Tommy Marrone, a retired NYPD detective and member of an actual police motorcycle gang called the “Iron Sights” donated. He also blames Democrats for creating an anti-police climate and blames the far-left for the violence committed by “conservatives”.
The “Brothers Before Others” husband and wife team...
NYPD retirement funds getting dumped back into the corrupt brotherhood.
Det Aristotle Psathas
Retired NYPD Detective Kevin O’Keefe
NYPD Detective Kimberly Marshall
There’s a wanted poster circulating for @NYPDONeill, the police commissioner for @NYPDnews.
They keep saying the job is dead, which would be awesome, but it isn’t. No reason they can’t all walk away though. Just quit. We literally don’t need or want you.
One of the biggest donors, at $500, follows @seanhannity, The Red Elephants, and @TPUSA.
“Loyalty Above All” really highlights where officers place their allegiance.
“Blue Supports Blue” is the best way to express that police are not here to help you. Their first objective is to uphold their own white supremacy organization. “Brothers Before Others” is another slogan they live by.

cw: transphobic language is in attached screenshots
$100 from Edgie Haragsim
Matthew Tkaczuk donated $100 then returned to donate another $150. Some pages he follows on Facebook include @TomiLahren, @seanhannity, and @BreitbartNews. He’s also Treasurer of the NYPD Pulaski Association.
Christian Michael
NYPD Officer Charles Teufel apparently thinks being trans means you have mental illness.
Louis “Ballsandammo” Balsamo, Vice President of the Columbia Association of the Police Department of New York Inc
Joseph Gannon donated $10,010. @AshAgony did a short thread about his shistory with the NYPD.

Julian Aristizabal of the US Air Force and NYPD.
This GoFundMe allegedly started by Rich Trois, then evolved to include T Donegan and Daniel Sorito. T Donegan then changed to “Rich Blue Line” and Daniel dropped his last name.
There is one NYPD employee with a last name of Donegan and first initial of T. That would be Thomas, a detective that’s been employed since 2010. This CapStat link shows he’s been involved in two lawsuits.

Daniel Sorito is a Sergeant and has been with NYPD since 2006. His Facebook shows that he follows pages such as @seanhannity and Trump.
Joseph Imerpatrice at @BlueLivesNYC has likened the termination of employment of Daniel Pantaleo to officers that have been murdered or committed suicide.
There’s a $100 donation that’s been made in the name of Darren Hazzard, a retired NYPD Officer.
$100 donation made in the name of Sgt Spiro Papavlasopoulos.
What does it say to the marginalized communities it’s when cops fund killer cops?
Pound Ridge PBA
NYPD Sgt Anthony Bocola’s wife donated $50
Vincent Molinini donated $75. CapStat shows a Lt Vincent Molinini on payroll, who, in 2016, was promoted then immediately had his promotion withdrawn after being involved in a drunken hit and run with other officers celebrating his promotion. nydailynews.com/new-york/nypd-…
Bryant Deleon
Andrew Washack
Allen Villa and Matthew Blomquist
Lt Gabrielle Nolan, @twinkletoes807
Alan Powell and Daniel Fennessey
Robert Thorgersen
Wouldn’t have to be if y’all didn’t beat citizens
Virginia McWalters
Rocco Ruscitto
James M Dombrowski donated to Pantaleo. He likes pages such as @RealCandaceO, @SecureAmerica, and Israeli Tactical School, to name a few.
A donation was made in the name of Roberto Gutierrez. A Sgt Roberto Gutierrez is on NYPD payroll and appears to have been promoted after he was named in two lawsuits.
There’s a James Trapasso that works in the 120th Precinct, the same precinct as Daniel Pantaleo, who has been named in a pending lawsuit alleging fuse of force including mace and a baton. The situation began over a headlight. capstat.nyc/officer/p10223…
Her husband, Det Christopher Scandole, is a retired detective named in two lawsuits, one of which was settled for $340k after an autistic man was coerced into admitting he murdered his own sister. nydailynews.com/news/autistic-…
Francisco Quintanilla and Tommy Grippo
Lauren Holz, apparently with the New York State Supreme Court Officers Association
Okay, there’s a lot to this one and it won’t all fit into one tweet. Det James Famiano, of the @NYPDnews, has been involved in at least 7 lawsuits totaling payouts to citizens of at least $247,500. @NYCPBA #nyc #nypd 1/7
Detective Famiano of the @NYPDnews was named in a lawsuit stating that he perjured himself to help another officer obtain a warrant. @NYCPBA
Detective Famiano of the @NYPDnews was named in a lawsuit stating that he was involved in illegally stopping, arresting, and searching a citizen. @NYCPBA
Detective Famiano of the @NYPDnews was named in a lawsuit stating he was involved in targeting Asian artists that were making and selling art on the street. @NYCPBA
Detective Famiano of the @NYPDnews was named in a lawsuit stating he was involved in a raid in which an 11yo girl was held at gunpoint, evidence was fabricated, and residents were falsely arrested. @NYCPBA 5/7
Detective Famiano of the @NYPDnews was named in a lawsuit stating he was involved in the illegal arrest of a citizen after a van full of cops jumped out and frisked her while she was talking with neighbors. @NYCPBA 6/7
Detective Famiano, of the @NYPDnews, was named in a lawsuit stating he was involved in a warrantless search, threatening customers, and continued harassment of a citizen cafe owner. @NYCPBA 7/7
Peter Stramiello
Shemalisca Vasquez
Rafael Ortiz, who thought spelling his name backwards would hide his identity.
Gerald Cucchiara, aka CJ Argento
Maribeth Mallman and Scarlet Delvecchio
NYPD sues by family of a man who died after being tased by cops. Deputy Chief Vincent Giordano named in lawsuit. A donation matching that name was made to Pantaleo. nypost.com/2016/03/16/nyp…
A donation for $100 was made in the name of Chaplar Charles. A NYPD Officer by that name was listed in a lawsuit by someone arrested during the 2004 Republican National Convention protest of George W Bush. That lawsuit was settled.
Here’s a donation from the name Christopher Viola. NYPD has a sergeant by that name who has a disciplinary record including unauthorized use of police computer, off-duty physical altercation, failing to report off-duty police interaction, and wrongfully sending messages.
A donation was made in the name of Joseph Alohan. A @NYPDnews sergeant by that name was listed in a lawsuit where a citizen alleges police handcuffed him, knocked him down, maced him, slammed his face into the concrete, then stomped him until he was unconscious.
Maurice Cecchetti and David Mordarski
Check out Dwayne Wallace’s Facebook at facebook.com/dwayne.wallace…
Alexander Shopiro and Ewa Lapinska
Luis Acevedo and Derek Swetsky
Andrew Wunsch and John Poejo
John Eadicicco, former NYPD
Salvatore Rufolo
A NYPD police Officer by the name of Murtala Suraju is named in a lawsuit where the citizen alleges that Murtala falsely arrested him and held him for hours, and then a month later other officers falsely arrested him and held him for hours. #nyc

A NYPD detective by the name of John Edgar is named in at least five lawsuits with settlements totaling at least $243,888. #nyc

Vincent Florez and Erika Shuddle
A donation for $200 was made in the name of Sean Finn. There’s a NYPD Captain Sean Finn that makes $158k a year. #nyc
NYPD Sgt Jorge Arancibia was involved in a lawsuit that was settled for $35,000. #nyc
The wife of NYFD Lt Chris Wood donated to Daniel Pantaleo.
Darren John Carroll
Carl J Pica. Pretty sure he’s retired, but he claims to be a NYPD Lt.
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