Black Woman Accuses Long Island Neighbor Of Harassment

Valley Stream rally held for woman alleging racial harassment ...

A black woman on Long Island claimed on Instagram that her white neigh­bor has sub­ject­ed her to years of threats and race-based harass­ment that includ­ed throw­ing feces onto her prop­er­ty — but cops say there is no evi­dence of “bias” or “crim­i­nal­i­ty.”
Jennifer McLeggan, a 39-year-old sin­gle moth­er in Valley Stream, detailed the alleged abuse she has endured since 2017, when she moved into her home, where she now lives “in fear,” accord­ing to a hand­writ­ten sign on her front door that she post­ed on Instagram.

My neigh­bors have been racial­ly harass­ing me since I pur­chased my home,” the sign reads. “They have said that I can be ‘erased.’”
McLeggan claims the uniden­ti­fied white man next door has also told her to “go back to where I came from” and had friends spit into her yard, accord­ing to the sign. McLeggan once caught her neigh­bor throw­ing dog feces into her front yard and caught him on video, lead­ing her to win an unspec­i­fied judg­ment in court, she said. The reg­is­tered nurse and moth­er of a 2‑year-old daugh­ter told WABC she post­ed the sign in case she’s even­tu­al­ly harmed. “In case some­thing hap­pens to me here, then some­body would know I’m in the house with a baby,” McLeggan told the sta­tion. “If I die in here, at least cops would see the sign.”

Positive Women United stand with Jennifer. #wes­tand­with­jen­nifer a sin­gle mom, a front­line nurse sav­ing lives in this Covid-19 cri­sis liv­ing in fear of an racist next door neigh­bor in her Valley Stream Long Island neigh­bor­hood. A huge rally&turnout of men,women and chil­dren all races,cultures,ethnicities and gen­ders to sup­port Jennifer. Each one help one to erad­i­cate racism. #wes­tand­with­jen­nifer #sharingis­car­ing #pos­i­tive­wom­e­nunit­ed #nyc #long­is­land #eachonetea­chone #eachone­helpone #neigh­bor­shelp­ingneigh­bors❤️ #sin­gle­mom #weare­our­sis­terskeep­er #weare­allinthis­to­geth­er #val­leystream­long­is­land #wom­en­help­ing­women

Posted by Positive Women United on Friday, July 17, 2020

Cops met with McLeggan at her home Monday and held a press con­fer­ence Tuesday in response to the alle­ga­tions that gained trac­tion on social media, WABC reports. “At this time, we do not have any evi­dence of any bias,” Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder told reporters. Ryder cit­ed near­ly 50 calls to cops between McLeggan and her neigh­bor since she moved into the home in 2017, say­ing the com­plaints came “almost equal­ly” from both par­ties, Newsday reports.



McLeggan’s neigh­bor admit­ted hav­ing a pel­let rifle and a pel­let hand­gun, but claimed he only used them for tar­get prac­tice in his back yard, Ryder said. McLeggan’s neigh­bor admit­ted hav­ing a pel­let rifle and a pel­let hand­gun, but claimed he only used them for tar­get prac­tice in his back yard, Ryder said. “There is no crim­i­nal­i­ty at this time from either side,” the police com­mis­sion­er told reporters. Ryder said he called the press con­fer­ence to dial back ten­sion between the pair. “This thing is get­ting way out of con­trol from what it is,” Ryder said. “Not that our vic­tim is not impor­tant, not that our vic­tim is not get­ting her atten­tion, but at the same time we have to make sure we have the evi­dence and every­thing that is going to help us move for­ward and move for­ward in the cor­rect way.” Nassau County Executive Laura Curran, who joined Ryder dur­ing Tuesday’s press­er, said she urged res­i­dents to “take a deep breath” and let cops inves­ti­gate the alle­ga­tions.



Long Island Woman Says She Is Being Terrorized By Neighbor

Long Island Woman Says She Is Being Terrorized By Neighbor: ‘He Has Said He Can Get Me Erased’#VALLEYSTREAM, NY — A #LongIsland nurse and sin­gle moth­er says she’s being harassed by neigh​bors​.Community mem­bers have start­ed to ral­ly around her, CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff report­ed Tuesday.The sign on the door of a Valley Stream home tells the sto­ry of the woman inside liv­ing in fear.“My S.O.S. if you will. And I said, look, this is what’s hap­pen­ing to me here. If I’m dead in here, there’s a baby inside,” Jennifer McLeggan wrote.An S.O.S., McLeggan says, after three years of ten­sions between her and next-door neigh­bors, who she says she has caught on cam­era throw­ing feces onto her lawn, spit­ting, and leav­ing four dead squir­rels in her yard.“If I get a dead squir­rel, that’s a sign to me. It means you want me dead,” McLeggan said.She said the neigh­bor has even worn black face and intim­i­dat­ed her with BB guns and threats.“He has said he can get me erased. I’ve heard him say I don’t know who he knows, I can get elim­i­nat­ed,” McLeggan said.The sin­gle mom and reg­is­tered nurse admits when she first moved in her prop­er­ty was not main­tained, adding she was preg­nant and work­ing full-time and lets things go.But after spend­ing thou­sands of dol­lars to clean up, the harass­ment, she claims, has only esca­lat­ed — a blow torch tak­en to her home, BBs shot through her back yard.“I feel like I’m ter­ror­ized. It’s a night­mare liv­ing next to him,” McLeggan said​.No one answered at the neighbor’s home when Gusoff tried to get their side of the sto­ry, a sto­ry that has now prompt­ed a GoFundMe page and an out­pour­ing of sup­port for McLeggan.“The peo­ple in Valley Stream are real­ly upset about this,” one res­i­dent said.That includes Good Samaritan Gregory Benloss.“I seen when she said she was cut­ting the lawn her­self. I said, you know what? From now on she ain’t cut­ting her lawn by her­self no more. So, I’m here,” Benloss said.Nassau police said they’ve respond­ed to 45 com­plaints between McLeggan and the father and son next door. They’ve not yet found crim­i­nal­i­ty, but have offered pro­tec­tion to McLeggan and medi­a­tion between the neighbors.https://newyork.cbslocal.com/2020/07/14/valley-stream-racism-long-island-black-nurse-harassed/

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Nassau County Executive Laura Curran, who joined Ryder dur­ing Tuesday’s press­er, said she urged res­i­dents to “take a deep breath” and let cops inves­ti­gate the alle­ga­tions. “I want to make it very clear that hate crimes and big­otry have absolute­ly no place here in Nassau County,” Curran said.
A mes­sage seek­ing com­ment from Nassau County police was not imme­di­ate­ly returned Thursday.
A ral­ly in sup­port of McLeggan is planned for Thursday in Valley Stream. She’s expect­ed to speak after the event, accord­ing to her Instagram feed.

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Editors note, on the police response.
The state­ments by the Valley stream police and the coun­ty exec­u­tive are bogus.
The County Executive Laura Curran, com­ments urg­ing res­i­dents to “take a deep breath” and let cops inves­ti­gate the alle­ga­tions. “I want to make it very clear that hate crimes and big­otry have absolute­ly no place here in Nassau County,” Is a bunch of unadul­ter­at­ed garbage.
If a white person/​family report­ed that a black neigh­bor threw dead ani­mals, feces of any kind, made threats and oth­er acts of intim­i­da­tion, includ­ing with the use of a gun( as far as the vic­tim is con­cerned, the gun is real that is the law) the black per­son would have been in jail a long time ago.


The police stat­ed that no crimes have been com­mit­ted, that is a load of shit which stinks only in com­par­i­son to them and their racist incom­pe­tence and tac­it com­plic­i­ty in this mat­ter.
It is always inter­est­ing to hear these incom­pe­tent leech­es who live off tax­pay­ing cit­i­zens claim that they can­not take action, despite video evi­dence, and evi­dence which has won the claimant redress in a court of law.
Long Island New York has always been one of those racist enclaves, regard­less of what the res­i­dents there say.
In the low­er regions of New York State, Little pock­ets of racism exist in pock­ets, like in Staten Island where a cer­tain group seems to believe that they have a right to decide who lives where they live. (They are usu­al­ly Italians and Irish) and are from fam­i­lies of cops fire­fight­ers and gang­sters. There are many oth­er such pock­ets of this kind of regres­sive igno­rance, includ­ing parts of Yonkers and oth­er areas.
So it is lit­tle won­der that the [cops] haven’t arrest­ed the filth next door to Ms. McLeggan.