Tag Archives: stop and frisk

Safety & civil liberty OpEd – m.NYPOST.com

A federal judge, civil-liberties groups and countless elected officials are all seeking to micromanage how the NYPD polices the streets of New York’s minority neighborhoods. The thugs must be feeling the love. Yes, the stop-and-frisk experience has soured some young … Continue reading

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Congressional Rivals Trade Sharp Exchanges In NY1 Debate – NY1.com

The retirement of Brooklyn Congressman Ed Towns has set the stage for one of the most closely watched races this campaign cycle, and on Monday, the two Democrats running to replace him clashed during a debate on NY1’s “Inside City … Continue reading

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The Week That Was – TW2 Minority Review, September 9

The Syracuse Post-Standard profiled NYS Assemblyman Samuel Roberts, one of two Central NY freshmen assemblymembers. Roberts represents the 119th district covering the towns of Salina, DeWitt, Onondaga and the city of Syracuse. The paper wrote that Assemblyman Roberts went to … Continue reading

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Black and Blue Relations

The strained relationship between black New Yorkers and the police was never more acutely evident than last Monday after the Caribbean Day parade when officers mistreated and wrongfully arrested Council Member Jumaane Williams and Kristin Mark Foy, an aide to … Continue reading

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