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'Stop and frisk' doesn't target minorities, it protects them

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New York City seems on the verge of making the same mistake that Detroit made 40 years ago. The mistake is to abolish the NYPD practice referred to as "stop and frisk." It's more accurately called "stop, question and frisk." People were stopped and questioned 4.4 million times between 2004 and 2012. But the large majority were not frisked. The effectiveness of this police practice, initiated by...

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