A Federal inquiry into the allegations will be more impartial than internal investigations. Most IA reviews have proven ineffective in policing the police.
By Cherri Gregg
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia Police commissioner Charles Ramsey says he welcomes a federal investigation into the controversial stop and frisk of a 16-year-old straight-A student. The boy claims he was sexually assaulted during a pat down near Broad and Girard earlier this month. He has been charged with misdemeanors including resisting arrest.
“If you want go to feds, go to the feds– we want to get to the bottom of it, we want to get to the truth,” Philadelphia Police commissioner Charles Ramsey told KYW Newsradio in a one-on-one interview on Thursday evening regarding the stop and frisk of 16-year-old Darrin Manning.
Listen to Cherri Gregg’s full interview with commissioner Charles Ramsey in this CBS Philly podcast:
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