"A federal judge in Manhattan on Tuesday ordered the New York Police Department to halt a controversial "stop and frisk" tactic outside a privately owned Bronx apartment building without first having reasonable suspicion, saying the method had crossed the bounds of what could be considered constitutional." (CNN)
But the "stop and frisk" policy already requires that the police have "reasonable suspicion" of anyone they stop. The problem, according to those most often stopped and frisked, is that being reasonably suspicious is pretty much the same as being black or Latino.
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