Bishop who tried to arrange Q train shooter’s surrender an ex-con who calls Eric Adams a ‘mentor, friend’

The Brooklyn pastor who on Tuesday made a failed attempt at arranging the alleged Q-train shooter’s surrender is an ex-convict with ties to Mayor Eric Adams, who the controversial clergyman claimed to have spoken to while the suspect was on the loose.

The Rolls Royce-driving Bishop Lamor Whitehead served a five-year prison sentence for multiple counts of identity fraud and grand larceny and was released in 2013, before forming a relationship with Adams.

Whitehead, of Leaders of Tomorrow International Churches in Canarsie, appeared at more than a dozen high-profile events with Adams attended while in the Brooklyn borough president post he held for eight years before being elected mayor in 2021.


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