City Council speaker Christine Quinn and Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly presided over a City Council ceremony honoring members of the NYPD's hate crime unit last week. "Not every New Yorker knows about the hate crime task force...In a way that's a good thing because they haven't experienced hate crime. But in a way, I wish everybody knew what a terrific, elite squad of detectives we have," Quinn said, definitely not tempting fate.
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