Judge Rules Against NYC’s Stop-And-Frisk Policy

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Judge Rules Against NYC’s Stop-And-Frisk Policy

Saying that the tactic was unconstitutional and unfairly targeted minorities, a judge ordered the New York Police Department to restrict its stop-and-frisk policy, a program that allowed officers to search anyone regardless of whether they thought a crime had been committed. What do you think?

  • “I’m so sick of these federal judges and their faithful interpretation of the Constitution.”

    Cheryl Fallick
    Braille Instructor
  • “This wouldn’t be an issue if everyone would just walk around with their pockets flipped inside out like I suggested at that town hall meeting.”

    Norval Agalsoff
    Jute Bag Sewer
  • “Safety good.”

    Samuel Crutcher
    Tollbooth Attendant