Mayoral hopeful Eric Adams said the city has to re-institute a controversial anti-gun unit that was disbanded after complaints and instances of force piled up.
“We must go after the gangs and over-proliferation of guns in city,” said Adams in an interview with Bloomberg Television. “If we don’t we are not going to have the economic recovery, tourism, business travelers or have our offices back and running.”
After initially making his mark as a police reformer, Adams, 60, is campaigning ahead of the June 22 Democratic primary on a violence crackdown against the orthodoxy of Democratic Party and criminologists who have been trying for decades to address the
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