FBI brokers raided the headquarters of the New York Citypolice sergeants’ union Tuesday morning. 

FBI New York confirmed to Fox News that its federal brokers have been on the headquarters of the Sergeants Benevolent Association (SBA) situated on Worth Street, the place they have been “carrying out a law enforcement action in connection with an ongoing investigation.”

“We cannot confirm or deny what the investigation is about,” an FBI spokesperson stated in an e-mail to Fox News. The SBA didn’t instantly remark.


A associated raid was carried out in Port Washington, New York, in Long Island’s Nassau County, Gothamist reported, citing FBI spokeswoman Amy Thorenson. 

The newspaper stated information present SBA President Ed Mullins owns a house in Port Washington. Mullins has been below NYPD inside investigation for alleged misconduct stemming for feedback made on Twitter. 

Mullin posted the arrest file for New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s 25-year-old daughter, Chiara, on the platform following her arrest in June 2020 throughout violent demonstrations in response to the demise of George Floyd. 

Mullin additionally was below scrutiny for utilizing profanity to explain NYC well being commissioner Dr. Oxiris Barbot after a report surfaced that she didn’t care about cops’ lack of masks and PPE on the onset of the pandemic. 

He additionally used offensive language to explain City Councilman Ritchie Torres after he and mayoral candidate and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams referred to as for an investigation into a possible police slowdown final summer season throughout a surge of shootings, the New York Post beforehand reported. 

Asked in regards to the raid throughout his unrelated press convention Tuesday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio advised reporters, “All I have been told is the FBI has raided the SBA headquarters and it’s in connection with an ongoing investigation,” WCBS-TV reported. 

Mullen, chief of the union representing 11,000 NYPD members, has been a frequent, vocal critic of De Blasio’s administration and penned a bit for MailOnline over the summer season because the mayor’s time period nears its finish. 

“Since first taking office in 2014, de Blasio’s incendiary anti-police rhetoric has already resulted in three police officers being executed while sitting in police vehicles, Molotov cocktails being lobbed at officers and into police vehicles, armed assaults on police facilities, cops being pelted with debris, and wholesale damage to police and public property,” Mullen wrote on the time, based on NY Daily News.