New York City Council says Police Unions, Please Come to the Table...
- New York City 09/24/2014 by Linda Perry (WBAI)

Darius Charney with the Center for Constitutional Rights, New York City Councli Members Vanessa Gibson, Rosie Mendez and Andy King with Communities United for Police Reform Advocates at City Hall, September 24, 2014
In Floyd vs. City of New York, Federal Judge Shira Scheindlin found that stop-and-frisk violated the constitutional rights of people of color. She ordered a remedy process where all stakeholders work with a Federal Monitor to decide on reforms needed.

But that was a year ago and the process is stalled, blocked by police unions. Council Members, Communities United for Police Reform and the Center for Constitutional Rights held a press conference on Wednesday. They want to get the process moving. They say police unions come to the table. Please.