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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump thinks the best way to stop crime in black communities is to broaden the use of stop and frisk, a policing tactic that has been proved to be discriminatory against blacks and Latinos.
Trump’s claim that “in New York City, it was so incredible the way it worked” isn’t quite accurate. The tactics used there have been broadly condemned for disproportionately targeting blacks and Latinos while only incrementally reducing crime.
In 2013, a federal judge ruled the practice was being used unconstitutionally in New York, calling it a “policy of indirect racial profiling” because the New York City Police Department disproportionately targeted black and Latino men during routine traffic stops. In her ruling, Judge Shira Scheindlin wrote that stop and frisk was “a demeaning and humiliating experience” for communities of color.
“No one should live in fear of being stopped whenever he leaves his home to go about the activities of daily life,” she wrote.
Later that year, an investigation by the New York state attorney general found that only 3 percent of traffic stops “led to guilty pleas or convictions at trial” and only 0.1 percent were for violent crimes.
Hillary wants to end the 1st and 2nd.
What difference does it make who gets in office?
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originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: burdman30ott6
Convince me this won't be abused like so many other laws that are eroding our Constitution.
Because I'm not in favor with this.
He has already declared that he wants to eliminate the 1st and 2nd Amendment