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NYT: All the racial-profiling data that’s fit to screw up

By Michelle Malkin  •  November 30, 2007 11:30 AM

First, read this NYT correction:

An article on Nov. 21 about a Rand Corporation study on street stops by the New York Police Department referred incorrectly at some points to an overall figure and misstated the number of individual officers who were found to be disproportionately more likely to stop whites. There were 508,540 street stops in 2006 — not 508,540 people stopped — and 13 officers, not 9, tended to stop whites more often. The article also misstated the finding of a racial disparity in the handing out of summonses. Whites are more likely — not less — to receive them

Now read Tom Maguire’s uncovering of The Orwellian Times’ botched cover-up.

Oh, have I mentioned NYT’s stock lately:


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