Bloomberg's stop-and-frisk history will hinder voter turnout — but not the way Bernie Sanders thinks

Hiram Rivera still has nightmares about being stopped and frisked by police. The 43-year-old executive director of the Community Resource Hub for Safety and Accountability was stopped for the first time as a young black teenager in Connecticut, and has lost count of how many times he’s been stopped since.One stop stands out in his memory. In spring 2012, just a few months after he moved to Philadelphia, two plainclothes officers stopped him. “They jumped out of their car with guns,” Rivera remembers, “I quickly stopped any and all movements. You kind of just breathe.” They told him he fit a de...


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