LISTEN NOW! John, Pat, and Chris discuss the major lawsuit that is challenging the New York Police Departments use of warrantless stops and searches in high crime neighborhoods. A statement from someone involved in the class action lawsuits says this “ (they) threw me up against the wall, took everything out of my pockets, threw it on the floor, dumped my bag on the floor, my books and everything,” says David Ourlicht. I had guns to the back of my head. Like, I didn’t want to look up or move because there were so many guns drawn. It’s scary.” They continue to share how frisking and searching no matter how much crime is stopped, is a direct violation of your fourth amendment right to privacy.