A complaint alleging racial profiling by an elite unit of the New York Police Department was revived this week by a federal judge reconsidering an October decision to dismiss the action.

Southern District Judge Shira A. Scheindlin reinstated the cause of action, filed under the equal protection clause, seeking damages for unlawful targeting of black and Latino men to be stopped and frisked.

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