What Donald Trump Got Wrong on Stop-and-Frisk – The New York Times

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“Murder is down 32 percent since 2011, the last year of the old stop-and-frisk era, having dropped to 352 homicides in 2015 from 515 in 2011.”

Crime went down without “stop and frisk”.  So is that the Trump’s strategy for “law and order”?  

via What Donald Trump Got Wrong on Stop-and-Frisk – The New York Times

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