usnews.nbcnews.com NEW YORK — Mayor Michael Bloomberg vowed Monday that his cops will go where the crime is, not follow a census chart — lashing out at a federal judge’s ruling that a controversial NYPD tactic known as “stop and frisk” amounts to racial profiling. Five months before he ends a 12-year term in which murders have fallen by half, the mayor warned: “Crime can come back anytime the criminals think that they’re going to get away with things. We just cannot let that happen.” The judge, Shira Scheindlin of Manhattan federal court, ruled that the way “stop and frisk” is carried out violates the constitutional rights of blacks and Hispanics. She cited the Fourth Amendment protection against unreasonable search and the 14th Amendment guarantee of equal protection under the law. to read more click here: usnews.nbcnews.com
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