A King Co. cop's perspective on stop and frisk

A King Co. cop's perspective on stop and frisk
A King Co. Metro bus with multiple bullet holes in its windshield is shown Monday, Aug. 12, 2013, in downtown Seattle. A man who had shot the driver of another bus was shot by officers after he boarded the bus shown here. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

Lar Larson reports that a judge told NYPD that they are invading people's rights by using 'stop and frisk.' He explores the idea that maybe the bus drivers who was shot yesterday might not be in the hospital recovering from gunshot wounds if Seattle Police were able to use 'stop and frisk.' He asks, would WA tolerate 'stop and frisk?' Larson then takes a call from a King Co. cop who gives his perspective.