August 1, 2013

Profiling by NYPD: Complex issue needing more study

From the New York Times, after a decade of Mayor Bloomberg's policy of massive stop and frisk stops of blacks, Latins (and white guys waiting for their man).
More Complaints Than Proposals on Police Searches 
By JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN 8:39 PM ET 
Lawyers who brought a suit on New York City’s stop-and-frisk tactic seem to lack ideas on how to fix it.

Profiling by George Zimmerman: Unmitigated evil.

16 comments:

eah said...

I think Bloomberg already told them how to 'fix' it: stop non-whites slightly more often, and Whites slightly less often. But that's probably not what the 'lawyers' have in mind.

Anonymous said...

Manhattan is a special place for special people.

rightsaidfred said...

So they are openly admitting that this lawsuit is purely punitive.

"The beatings will continue until moral improves."

ATBOTL said...

It's amazing how mild and deferential the criticism of the NYPD's "Stop and Frisk" program is. It's almost like the media, leftist groups and politicians are afraid to aggressively confront the private security force for the 1% ruling class elite.

Anonymous said...

And closer to home, female cop shoots vibrant vagrant dead for nothing more than giving her lip.

I guess the cops are signalling that they want that border fence.

Anonymous said...

http://news.yahoo.com/germany-nixes-surveillance-pact-us-britain-113557159.html

Giant golf balls.

countenance said...

"How to fix it"

The ultimate "fix" when they find a way to get all the blacks and Hispanics out of New York City and dump them on Westchester County or Long Island.

elvisd said...

I lost my cool and I blew up at a New Yorker a few days ago: "Your mayor gets to f-ing brag about how he profiles, but if one of ours did it down here, Eric Holder's moustace would be crawling all over the place. Redlining, profiling, magnet school hustles, pricing the poor out....it's ok when y'all do it, but we get stuck with court orders."

Anonymous said...

"It's amazing how mild and deferential the criticism of the NYPD's "Stop and Frisk" program is. It's almost like the media, leftist groups and politicians are afraid to aggressively confront the private security force for the 1% ruling class elite."

Would be anti-semitic.

deconstructingleftism said...

Proposing an actual policy and procedure would mean taking responsibility for the safety of the elite whites of New York, and no judge wants that. All the nice people are against profiling, officially, and they would like to see something a little different, but not at the price of their safety, comfort and dignity. Bloomberg and Kelly are at least upfront about it. Kelly's a mick and we know they are all racists, deep down. Bloomberg's a Jew but I suspect he has a little too much outer-borough, "to hell with the schvartes" Jew in him.

countenance said...

Stand Your Ground is basically Stop-Question-Frisk by any other means. The difference is that SYG applies to private actors, while SQF applies to public actors. That could explain why some leftists and elitists like SQF but not SYG. But the "for me but not for thee" theory floated here is better.

The way to find out which theory is true is this: Some relatively significant town in Alabama that is, say, 70% white and 30% black, should order its police department to do SQF. Then ask Michael Bloomberg for a comment.

Anonymous said...

It's so blatant, or at least it would be if the atempts to deflect attention to Florida and elsewhere weren't even more blatant.

It's a shame about the extra people getting killed as a result of the increased racial polarization created by the media's deflection tactics.

Anonymous said...

elvisd said...

I lost my cool and I blew up at a New Yorker a few days ago: "Your mayor gets to f-ing brag about how he profiles, but if one of ours did it down here, Eric Holder's moustace would be crawling all over the place. Redlining, profiling, magnet school hustles, pricing the poor out....it's ok when y'all do it, but we get stuck with court orders."


what was the context of this? did he, or anyone for that matter, have the foggiest idea what you were talking about?

Truth said...

Profiling; or more?

http://rollingout.com/criminal-behavior/judge-must-serve-28-years-after-making-2-million-for-sending-children-to-jail/

Forbes said...

A New York judge renders a verdict: keep doing it.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323681904578640522836912726.html?mod=ITP_opinion_0

Anonymous said...

Maybe nature made negroes this way.