Thanks to the internet, dirty New York cops can no longer go around busting up bars and robbing them, because the surveillance footage will wind up on YouTube, then in the tabloids, and finally here:

Vice cops in Staten Island raided a bar and busted it up and stole a bunch of cash and, oops, the surveillance tape ended up on YouTube, and then with the internal affairs department (which is investigating) and then in the Post and now here, for you, proving once again that the internet is the best weapon for crime fighting. (The Post calls this an "internet hit": YouTube says less than 1,500 views. Until now!). This isn't quite as dramatic as the cop knocking the guy off his bike, but it's not bad: