Claims of NYPD, FBI Coverup in 1972 Mystery Murder of Police Officer In Harlem Mosque

There is a new push for access to internal NYPD records, 50 years after the deadly shooting of a New York City police officer at a Harlem mosque that has remained unsolved — a killing that sparked allegations of a widespread coverup and conspiracy that included the FBI.

For years, NYPD detective Randy Jurgensen led the investigation into the deadly shooting of Officer Phillip Cardillo — and during all those years, he never knew the FBI had a trove of documents related to the case. No retired, Jurgensen is seeing some of the documents for the first time.

It all stems from the 1972 incident, in which Cardillo was

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