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(NYPost)   ♬ It's raining cash, hallelujah, it's raining for firemen, amen. They gonna go out to put out a fire and get themselves soaking wet in falling cash. It's raining cash, hallelujah, it's raining for firemen, amen   (nypost.com) divider line
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2020-09-25 7:37:27 AM  
Was it Pablo Escobar's Brooklyn pied-a-terre?
 
2020-09-25 7:43:14 AM  
Steve Natkowitz, 74, lives next door and was shocked to learn about the hidden ceiling stash.
"You're kidding me!""Get the fk outta here!" Natkowitz exclaimed.
 
2020-09-25 8:16:01 AM  
Thank you for your service.

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2020-09-25 8:32:14 AM  
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"Voucher"

Pff ok
 
2020-09-25 8:44:06 AM  
The cash... could total as much as $1 million..."There were so many bundles - all filled with new hundred-dollar bills - that they needed to be weighed to estimate their worth"

Something fishy here; $1m in $100 bills would fit in a small briefcase with room to spare.

"The cash bundles were returned to a resident who claimed they were theirs, but the NYPD came and took them back so that police could voucher them"

OK nevermind. Sounds normal now.
 
2020-09-25 9:00:45 AM  
Why the fark is this in the news? Do firefighters generally make a habit of reporting on residents' private property that they come across while  doing their jobs? How is this in the public interest?  What does it accomplish beyond making this elderly woman a target of criminals and predators?
 
2020-09-25 9:13:16 AM  
So it wasn't a banana stand?
 
2020-09-25 9:40:28 AM  

LoneVVolf: The cash... could total as much as $1 million..."There were so many bundles - all filled with new hundred-dollar bills - that they needed to be weighed to estimate their worth"

Something fishy here; $1m in $100 bills would fit in a small briefcase with room to spare.

"The cash bundles were returned to a resident who claimed they were theirs, but the NYPD came and took them back so that police could voucher them"

OK nevermind. Sounds normal now.


"Okay, we determined the can is yours. Here's your $100,000 back."
'Ummm. It was a $1,000,000 you took
"No it wasn't."
'I know how much I had.'
"Prove it. You can take it to court if you want....hmmm I think I smell Marijuana. You going to shut up, or do I smell Marijuana?"
 
2020-09-25 11:56:08 AM  
The cash - which was saved from burning to a crisp in the fire - could total as much as $1 million, said the source, who was told it came from the life-insurance policy of a resident's deceased husband.

Totally not from drug sales. Riiiight
 
2020-09-25 12:57:32 PM  

stuffy: Totally not from drug sales. Riiiight


Hmmmm...... Brooklyn .... Mill Basin ..... elderly widow..... 15-20 min from John Gotti's house and ten minutes from "waste management" landfills (I grew up in the area). I wonder where else the money could have come from??
 
2020-09-25 6:21:13 PM  
plastic bags and tinfoil

That doesn't sound like drug money at all.
 
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