From Cops' Charm to Round 10: Bruno v. Spitzer
August 1st, 2007

As some police leave their pistols in its holster and turn on the charm in communities across the city, The Times is urging Commissioner Kelly to do more than smile like allow more independent oversight of the department.

The Post criticizes the states hate crimes law, claiming it punishes the thoughts in an individuals head instead of the crime committed, while The News urges Mayor Bloomberg to reconsider moving the citys ceremony on the anniversary of 9/11 an announcement made recently that moves the tribute to a nearby park because of construction at Ground Zero.

And in further comments on the Spitzer versus Bruno battle, The Sun says the only way for the governor to avoid the center ring and get back on track would be to focus on policy and continue to resist a special prosecutor investigation. To do just that, they add, he should veto the welfare legislation, which awaits his signature on his desk.

By on August 1, 2007, 9:21 am
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