Sunday shows: 5 clips you missed
New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly appeared on both ABC's "This Week" and NBC's "Meet the Press" to continue his defense of stop-and-frisk, following the landmark federal ruling that the NYPD tactic was unconstitutional and racially discriminatory.
Kelly maintained that the practice was valid, as violence primarily takes place in "minority neighborhoods"(this, despite the fact that of 5 million stops in New York in recent years, 86 percent led to no arrest, let alone conviction.)
NAACP President Ben Jealous responded to Kelly's comments, noting that it should "send chills down the spine of everyone in this country" if a police force must habitually violate the constitution to make us safer. Trayvon Martin's parents appeared and back up Jealous' comments: