Judge Shira Scheindlin of Federal District Court in New York made the
right call when she refused to dismiss a lawsuit against the New York
City Police Department, which alleged that officers use race as a basis
for stopping and frisking citizens, rather than reasonable suspicion.
The trial will provide an important opportunity to evaluate this
increasingly troubling program, which resulted in 600,000 people being
stopped on the streets last year alone.
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