Smartly uniformed, made-up, coifed and stockinged salesladies, charming to boot, being frisked
by women guards: There is almost an oxymoronic look to it.
The Pakistan Prime Minister was frisked
at the John F.
'She was frisked
and they touched her butt even if she already showed her empty pocket,' the girl's mother said.
The lawsuit had been brought by two New York City residents -- Clive Lino and Daryl Khan -- who had been stopped and frisked
by police officers but were cleared of any wrongdoing.
(56) Finally, the dissent's rule would discourage cooperative, compliant behavior, as the citizen who stays to answer an officer's questions risks being frisked
, whereas the one who simply walks away does not.
About two years ago, there was a newspaper article quoting a former NYPD official suggesting that officers needed to "[s]ell the stop" to explain, nicely, to the victim after the fact why he or she was stopped and frisked
. (128) In 2009, the NYPD created an explanatory stop-and-frisk card for officers to give out to those they stopped and frisked
This was the second time when Kalam was frisked
by US authorities.
Last week, there was uproar after Abdul Kalam, a former Indian president, was frisked
by personnel of US carrier Continental Airlines in New Delhi before being allowed to board a US-bound flight.
An anonymous caller reported that "a young black male standing at a particular bus stop and wearing a plaid shirt was carrying a gun."(20) The police went to the bus stop, spotted a suspect who met the description, and frisked
him, finding a gun.
Advertising executive Yvette Bradley was frisked
after returning from a holiday in Jamaica along with seven of eight black women on the return flight, while many white passengers disembarking at the same time were waived through customs.
The actual holding of the case, however, indicates that the Court intended to confine the power to "stop" to situations which clearly call for investigation of criminally suspicious circumstances and the power of "frisk" to situations where there is a probability that the person to be frisked
or searched is armed and may bc dangerous to the officer or other citizens.
Before me, many bikers were frisked
by policemen in the middle of the road,' he added.