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NY Times Follows Up Front-Page Accusations of NYPD Racial Profiling With Undermining -- on Page 25

Joseph Goldstein's anti-climactic followup to his front-page expose suggesting racial profiling on the part of the New York Police Department: "Recruited by civil rights lawyers, these men and ...
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NYT's Public Editor Thinks Latest Front-Page NYPD Racial Profiling Accusations Overstated

The NYT's liberal public editor faults the latest front-page accusation of racial profiling on the part of the NYPD: "But with its emphasis on one sentence -- without enough context -- and its ...
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New York Times Puts on Front Page Own Poll Alleging NYPD Pro-White Favoritism

After months of hostile coverage, the Times polls New Yorkers on "stop and frisk" police tactics, and finds they are (surprise) divided on whether police treat minorities fairly. The paper uses ...

Times Finally Notices Crime, Dangerous Environment at Occupy Wall Street

Finally, the Times starts doing what the New York Post has been doing for weeks: "The arrest of a Crown Heights man last week on charges of sexually assaulting a protester at Zuccotti Park added ...

Times Unleashes 'Vitriol' at NYPD Whose Behavior 'Raises Unsettling Questions'

"A three-year investigation into the police's habit of fixing traffic and parking tickets in the Bronx ended in the unsealing of indictments on Friday and a stunning display of vitriol by hundreds ...

A Frisking 'Frenzy' in NYC, But Only Times Reporters Seem to Care

Both former police officers and residents react nonchalantly to the NYPD's supposedly overzealous "stop-and-frisk" tactics in one of New York City's most dangerous neighborhoods. It's the second ...

Ignoring Al Sharpton's Threat to "Close Down" NYC

The Times left out the actual news from inflammatory Al's latest protest based on the acquittal of three police detectives in the shooting death of Sean Bell.
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