New York City moms to judge: We need stop-and-frisk policy

New York City moms to judge: We need stop-and-frisk policy

U.S. District Judge Shira A. Scheindlin

U.S. District Judge Shira A. Scheindlin

New York City mothers, grandmothers, and aunts are very worried they’re going to suffer the same fate their Chicago counterparts live with everyday.: : : : 

Washington Times reports New York City moms who live in some of the most crime-ridden, toughest neighborhoods say the judge who ruled that the stop-and-frisk police policy was unconstitutional doesn’t know what she’s talking about.

“I feel that is someone had stop and frisked the man who killed by grandson, maybe he would still be here,” said Marie Williams, the grandmother Lloyd Norman, 4, who was killed by a stray bullet in a shootout at a Bronx basketball court in 2012, The New York Post reported.

She added: “These young boys, sometimes they do need to be stopped and frisked.”

Another mom agreed.

“This isn’t a great neighborhood, said Nina Lamar, who has a 4-year-old daughter she’s raising in Brooklyn, The Post reported. “Anything that keeps the crime level down is good.”

The street reaction comes just hours after federal Judge Shira Scheindlin ruled that police in New York City have been violating citizens’ civil rights and targeting minorities with the department’s policy of questioning suspicious-looking characters and, if need be, searching them without a warrant.

Liberals rather see blacks and Latinos murdered athigher rates for the sake of political correctness!

: Originally published at The Last Tradition

 

Samuel Gonzalez

Samuel Gonzalez

Samuel Gonzalez is the editor-in-chief of The Last Tradition, a blog he started in April 2009. Samuel is one of the top Latino bloggers in the country and his blog has been linked by Gateway Pundit, Right Wing News, Instapundit, Legal Insurrection, American Thinker and other top conservative blogs. He's a strong Reagan conservative, a Rush Limbaugh disciple, an unconventional Evangelical who not only takes on Liberal orthodoxy, but also challenges other so-called soft conservatives afraid to buck political correctness.

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