Kelly says people in 'communities of color' want more stop-and-frisk
The one thing all the major Democratic mayoral candidates agree on is the desirability of reducing the frequency with which the New York Police Department employs the tactic of stop-and-frisk.
Ray Kelly disagrees, and thinks the communities the Democrats say they're advocating for disagree, too.
Kelly: "I can assure you, I go to communities, communities of color. People want more--"
Meminger: "People want more stop-and-frisks?"