Now, at last, after the feverishly overinflated Occupy Wall Street is being heralded by media across the country as our version of the “Arab Spring” (and look what’s happening in Egypt), a tiny but dramatic illustration of a demonstration—unlike Occupy Wall Street—has been reported on page 23 of the Daily News. It should have been on page 2 or 3, accompanied by editorials.

Barry Paddock reported on October 13: “Hundreds of teenagers who say they’ve been targeted by cops because of their ethnicity marched over Brooklyn Bridge yestrerday to protest the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk policies. One said cops have stopped and questioned him some 20 times . . .

“Organizers with the Campaign for Just and Fair Policing complain that blacks and Latinos are nine times as likely as whites to be stopped . . . A record 601,055 people were stopped and questioned last year, NYPD stats show, and the department is on track to top that this year.” And in 2012?

Don’t Occupy Ray Kelly. Demand, with nonviolent demonstration, waving the Fourth Amendment, that Bloomberg fire him—with Kelly guaranteed his total due process rights.

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