Liu Again Condemns Bloomberg's Remarks On Stop-And-Frisk

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[New York Mayoral Election 2013]

City Comptroller John C. Liu released the following statement on the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk data: “Today’s Daily News analysis of stop-and-frisk data, contradicting Mayor Bloomberg’s claim that whites are stopped too frequently, is the latest sign that his unjust policy is unraveling. More to the point, it is absurd and outrageous that he thinks blacks and Hispanics should be stopped more based on racial profiling of suspects overall. We look forward to Judge Scheindlin’s ruling in the stop-and-frisk suit, and to the day when this civil-rights violation ends once and for all.”

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