Here’s the email that City Hall says doesn’t exist.
The Post on Tuesday obtained a copy of the internal NYPD message outlining plans for cops to “sweep” the homeless people out of two Brooklyn subway stations before Mayor de Blasio arrived there Sunday.
The smoking gun email, which bears a 10:53 p.m. Saturday timestamp, says two cops from Brooklyn’s Transit Division 30 would be assigned to the 4th Avenue/9th Street station, with another two assigned to the Jay Street/MetroTech station.
“Once the Mayor arrives at the 4th Avenue station, he will board the N/B [northbound] ‘F’ train to the Jay Street/Metrotech station. TD-30 officers are to escort the Mayor aboard the N/B ‘F’ train from the 4th Avenue station to the Jay Street station,” the email says.