NYPD taunted following stop-and-frisk ruling
One source predicted that there will be more bloodshed in the streets as criminals fearlessly carry their weapons
By Larry Celona , Natasha Velez and Jamie Schram
The New York Post
NEW YORK — Thugs with guns think they're the ones calling the shots on the streets in the wake of the anti-NYPD stop-and-frisk ruling.
"You can't stop me! You can't do that no more! There are new rules!" suspect Steven Sidbury, 21, allegedly yelled at officers as they approached him in crime-riddled East New York last week.
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