News 12 obtains recording of Deputy Inspector Christopher McCormack's comments on stop-and-frisk

News 12 has obtained a copy of the recording of a Bronx commanding officer talking about stop-and-frisk. Activists say the recording of Deputy Inspector Christopher

Activists say Deputy Inspector Christopher McCormack's comments prove the policy is discriminatory.

Activists say Deputy Inspector Christopher McCormack's comments prove the policy is discriminatory. (3/25/13)

NEW YORK - News 12 has obtained a copy of the recording of a Bronx commanding officer talking about stop-and-frisk.

Activists say the recording of Deputy Inspector Christopher McCormack talking to another officer is the smoking gun that proves the NYPD's controversial crime-fighting tactic is discriminatory. He is heard allegedly talking to a patrol officer, who is now testifying against the NYPD in the stop-and-frisk trial, about stopping certain people.

The NYPD has defended the recorded comments, claiming McCormack was referring to a specific case and not endorsing racial profiling. 

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