NYPD Commissioner Accused of “Instilling Fear” in Blacks
State Sen. Eric Adams gave a testimony accusing Raymond Kelly of intimidating Blacks and Latinos. "I heard him on two different occasions indicate that we're using this policy to instill fear into African-American and Hispanic youth, so each time they leave their home, they feel as though they can be stopped by the police," said Adams.
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