After several months of berating the Associated Press for it's investigation of the New York Police Department's Muslim surveillance program, the New York Post remains silent even though more has been uncovered to contradict the paper's stance.
An article by the Associate Press founded that the six-year NYPD program was unsuccessful in yielding a single terrorism investigation, the New York Post hasn't published any coverage of the AP story.
The Associated Press uncovered:
"In more than six years of spying on Muslim neighborhoods, eavesdropping on conversations and cataloguing mosques, the New York Police Department's secret Demographics Unit never generated a lead or triggered a terrorism investigation, the department acknowledged in court testimony unsealed late Monday
The Demographics Unit is at the heart of a police spying program, built with help from the CIA, which assembled databases on where Muslims lived, shopped, worked and prayed. Police infiltrated Muslim student groups, put informants in mosques, monitored sermons and catalogued every Muslim in New York who adopted new, Americanized surnames. [...]
But in a June 28 deposition as part of a longstanding federal civil rights case, Assistant Chief Thomas Galati said none of the conversations the officers overheard ever led to a case.
"Related to Demographics," Galati testified that information that has come in "has not commenced an investigation."
And to no surprise the NY Post still hasn't tackled the topic, having pushed a pro-surveillance narrative for over a year.
The refusal to respond or cover the new data can be seen as pushing misinformation.