Bloomberg’s Public Housing Fingerprinting Idea Stuns, Infuriates Residents
The mayor wants to fingerprint more than 600,000 people who live in public housing. He said it would be done to make the projects safer.
But residents who live within the confines of NYCHA buildings said the mayor’s fingerprinting idea goes too far.
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“Why? For what? We live here all these years, I mean, what seems to be the problem? This is not jail,” added Deborah Gatling of the Chelsea Houses.
“What we really should have is fingerprinting to get in, since there’s an allegation that some of the apartments aren’t occupied by the people who originally have the lease,” Bloomberg said on his weekly radio show.