"Something is not right," Mr. Adams told the New York Daily News. "The community needs to be notified immediately when we have such a savage attack with a handgun and a rape."
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Bratton, who also headed the New York force in the early 1990s, "has the ability to sit down and listen to what people have to say," Adams said.
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