October 20, 2014 12:17 am -


Police, it seems, have been overstepping the boundaries between law enforcement and brutality excessively this year, from the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., to the choking death of asthmatic Eric Garner in Staten Island, N.Y. Incidents like these have overshadowed other common police tactics, and for obvious reasons, but that doesn’t mean the other…


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2 responses to Stop-And-Frisk Victims Suffering From Anxiety And Post Traumatic Stress

  1. whatthe46 October 20th, 2014 at 12:32 am

    “…somewhat discriminatory…” somewhat is an understatement. and i would further suggest its an assault, not to mention harrassment. to stop someone based solely on the color of their skin and to put your hands on them for no reason (not defending ones self) is an assault and the police should not be immuned. law suits should start overloading the court system.

  2. Spirit of America October 20th, 2014 at 5:44 am

    I honestly do not understand how this ‘policy’ was able to be put into place in the first place. To me it falls under the search & seizure clause, cut and dry.
    “It works on beating down crime.”
    I really do not care if something ‘works’ or not because a lot of things would ‘work’, the 1st test of implementing something should be its constitutionality and I don’t think stop/frisk is.