You Spill, We Blot
When Ireland finally established home rule in 1912, Henry Flattery packed up his old kit bag to set sail from Cork to New York.
He told me to tell you you could have everything you want and do everything you want as long as you take good care of the kids.
The legacy of Henry Flattery continues in its sincerest form.
It was never easy for me, I was born a poor black child.
May 25, 1921"Rolling the bones" in a police station comes high. Patrolmen Henry Flattery, John Maloney, Francis Neylon and Francis Rogers, all of the Parkville precinct, were each found guilty of having played craps in the bathroom of the station early on the morning...
Police received protection money from shopkeepers, rackets surrounded the fish and poultry markets, as well as the docks, and licensing fees for various professions were increased with Tammany Hall middlemen reaping the benefits. Henry Flattery changed all that.
January 21, 1936Duelist — Acting Detective Captain Henry Flattery, head of the Jamaica squad, recently shared in a citation for “excellent police duty,” in connection with the arrest of the Rifle Gang of bandits who received long terms in Sing Sing. However, if we...
Three Boy Slayers are Fingerprinted Leader Balks at Signing Record, but Finally Yields, Saying 'the Cops Are My Pals.' HOMICIDE HEARING TODAYJune 19, 1935The three schoolboy-bootblacks of Jamaica, Queens, who have confessed they murdered a man last Saturday with a...
Police Praised In Arrest Nassau Chief Commends 9 Here for Capture of Burglar The New York Times, June 14, 1936July 27, 1937Nine members of the New York Police Department were commended yesterday by Abram W. Skidmore, chief of the Nassau County Police Department, for...
Captain Henry Flattery and Dr. Thomas F. Draper called to scene.
Joseph V. Connely Survivors Rescued After 13-hour Tossing in Storm 1,000 Miles Out.
Paul Flattery still pissed he never got the two dollars Bob Flattery sent to him.
100 Detectives in Hunt for Saboteurs in Queens Alarm Out for 3 Men in Cutting of Telephone Cables The New York Times, June 7, 1942June 7, 1942Police last night broadcast an alarm for the apprehension of three men in a late model sedan who are believed to be...