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‘Stop & Frisk' Policy Nabs Thousands of Kids in a Florida City, Finds 5-Year-Olds ‘Suspicious'

05/29/2014 11:54 am ET
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In the summer of 2010, a young black man was stopped and questioned by police on the streets of Miami Gardens, Florida. According to the report filled out by the officer, he was "wearing gray sweatpants, a red hoodie and black gloves” giving the police "just cause” to question him. In the report, he was labeled a "suspicious person.”

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