Brooklyn, NY – Saying “We believe in the concept of one borough,” Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams kicked off a press conference at 3 P.M. today at Boro Hall with dozens of other elected officials, including New York City Public Advocate Letitia James and many Jewish community leaders, to publicly condemn the New York Post for its hateful front cover featuring Menachem Stark’s photo and the headline, “Who didn’t want him dead?”

Mr. “Max” Stark, a 39-year-old business man from Williamsburg, was kidnapped as he left his office this past Thursday night. His body was subsequently found wrapped in carpet, burned, and stuffed in a dumpster.

Speaking emphatically and passionately, Public Advocate James took the New York Post to task for its editorial yesterday calling for the abolishment of the Office of the Public Advocate. “Well, let me tell you why today we need a Public Advocate. Because today, the New York Post reached an all-time low. Today, you’ve given license to murder.

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