Muslim advocates pressed Tuesday for any reports produced by the NYPD's notorious Muslim spying program to go the way of its controversial Demographic Unit — into oblivion.
"We live in an era of Trump. Let's not forget who's in the White House," Dr. Debbie Almontaser, the founder of the Khalil Gibran Academy, told NYPD Chief of Department Terence Monahan following the department's Pre-Ramadan Conference at police headquarters in lower Manhattan.
"These documents need to be destroyed. They can't get into the hands of the federal government."
The documents, which include investigative reports, transcripts of overheard conversations between Muslims, photographs and video surveillance, were generated between 2003 and 2014, when Police Commissioner Bill Bratton took over the department.