The NYPD Promised To Stop Spying On People Based On Their Religion As Part Of A Settlement With Muslim Americans

April 5, 2018

...Omar Farah, the lead attorney with the Center for Constitutional Rights, a civil rights organization that also worked on the case, said the settlement sends a resounding message to law enforcement that "in times of uncertainty, the constitution requires certain behavior of law enforcement and prohibits other behavior."

“That’s quite powerful and will have lasting effects on how the NYPD polices in the future," he said. ...

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April 9, 2018