De Blasio would keep stop and frisk, and crime would go up; why are those good things?
NEW YORK (PIX11) - In the administration of a mayor-elect who ran on an anti-stop-and-frisk message, stop-and-frisk is going to stay, albeit not as widely as it has been in recent years. Also, crime will rise, and it will all be positive. Those are the conclusions of an analysis by an expert on crime statistics and how they're used to justify stop-and-frisk.