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Anthony Tyrone were Brothers but they shared more than just a mother sadly they also shared the same fate both were shot dead.
On some America's most violent streets.
It's been years since -- and Tyrone stats and crime has gone down thanks many say.
Mostly to stop and frisk policies giving police the right to search suspects about -- policies that we're just recently.
As you know here in New York City overturn.
That is a decision that is disappointing the mother of those two young man Jackie Rowe Adams co-founder of Harlem mothers and she joins us -- good morning to you.
Good morning to you.
You say stop and frisk is necessary.
Yes -- Stop and Frist.
Is very necessary.
When you -- -- it correctly.
You have kids and just to get to the point.
Stop -- freeze is so needed -- they stumping for his and they haven't had a lot of guns but let's let's talk about.
The kid to fourteen you -- it was running around in a Bronx at 2 in the morning.
And the -- and shooting -- people and the cop says stop he turns around.
-- did to -- the cops shoot and kill him.
This same kid at -- -- A month ago.
Was shooting at someone again and it's arrested what was he doing -- street with a handgun.
A nine -- and -- -- phrase is very necessary.
And you know what said.
It's because people don't understand they say stop -- stop and -- all day and -- treat me as something.
But stop and -- is needed and if we stop it -- going to be in trouble.
-- what do what some people critics say you know you look at the stats.
Crime has gone down here in your city with stop -- can say people say look it's been you can think that.
But there are critics who say it's Roy it's racial profiling clearly well.
And the reason.
They say is rate it now we do have -- a -- that's the snow depth we do.
We have a couple of knuckle heads that they have to do racial profiling but on the other hand I have to say and how -- talk about Harlem right now.
-- -- kids they'll killing you jumped up so it brings attention.
To Harlem because every of the day.
A fifteen year old a fourteen -- -- a sixteen they'll have a -- and you killing you jump the cell.
I wouldn't say so much about -- folk profiling.
-- killing you jumped -- but it brings attention.
To us in Harlem.
She absolutely gee you think your sons would be alive today if stop and frisk would have been instituted.
In your neighborhood back then when they were alive and my -- I really feel.
If they won't stop and -- -- -- -- We'll still be alive and I want to be clear.
When you say unconstitutional.
-- -- Stopping -- to be done correctly -- what -- community just sit together and work together.
But we need -- -- -- might still be allowed -- All of the Moses and must support group in Harlem of the safe kids might be alive if the one to head that was guns to kill a -- kids with stop and for us.
Let's see what happens Jackie programs we thank you very much for -- thank you think you.
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