New Report Shows Stop-and-Frisk Flaws
The NYPD stopped people 532,911 times in 2012, according to a new analysis by the New York Civil Liberties Union. Nine out of 10 of those people were neither arrested nor ticketed and 87 percent were Black or Latino.
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