The retired officers pleaded guilty to one count of grand larceny and get to keep their pensions.
Outspoken leaders of city's largest police union received 70 percent of his 23,000 member tally.
The bill seeking to reverse the reduction of disability pension will now go before the Assembly.
Judge blasted officer for 11th hour attempt to switch lawyers as a pension-saving ruse.
The mayor had previously been against changing pension rules for police officers and firefighters.
Bronx DA's staying firm with officers facing loss of jobs and lucrative pensions for dumping tickets.
The firebrand PBA boss should have been more conciliatory with the mayor, his would-be replacements say.
Pat Lynch said he expressed the raw emotions of rank-and-file patrolmen after two officers were killed.
Voters approve of the job Mayor Bill de Blasio is doing by a 49 to 40 percent margin.
NYPD rank-and-file anger at Mayor de Blasio could spill over onto Commissioner Bratton, sources say.
Aides to de Blasio asked Democrats to blast Pat Lynch and officers who turned their backs on mayor.
Mayor Bill de Blasio was met with boos and jeers when he spoke to graduating NYPD officers.
The NYPD union chief this week addressed new officers ready to take up their beats.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan urged "unity and calm" during Sunday Mass, which Mayor Bill de Blasio attended.
Under the city's new rules, Kenneth Healey is only eligible for $10,000 a year if he can't work.
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