Quinn Already Giving Ray Kelly a Stop-and-Frisk Ultimatum

NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 13: City Council Speaker and mayoral candidate Christine Quinn, speaks at a press conference announcing new recommendations for building codes to make the city safer against future flooding and storms on June 13, 2013 in the Queens borough of New York City. Quinn spoke along side Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Following Hurricane Sandy, in October, 2012, Bloomberg and Quinn commissioned a task force to review building codes and recommend new standards.
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Christine Quinn has long said she would keep Ray Kelly on as police commissioner, though she's no fan of stop-and-frisk. On Wednesday, she was already threatening to fire him if he couldn't get the number of stops down: "If you can’t agree to that, don’t take the job, and if you take it and you don’t do it, you’ll get fired," Quinn said at a NY1 mayoral debate. Let's hope she has a second choice in mind for the position.