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Police unions, including the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, announced that they will file a motion to intervene in the landmark case where a judge decided to appoint a federal monitor to oversee the NYPD, stemming from its infamous “Stop-and-Frisk” policy.

“It is our collective view that this ruling may adversely impact the interest of the members that we represent,” said PBA president Patrick Lynch. “Police officers, detectives, lieutenants and captains are the boots on the ground in the fight against crime and terrorism.”

Read more at NYPost.com.

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