Photo credit: Xavier Mascareñas | Marc Lenci, vice president of the Affiliated Police Association, left, talks with Gordon Haesloop, an attorney of New Rochelle, after the group spoke against a newspaper's online map of gun-permit holders' home addresses at the Westchester County courthouse in White Plains. (Jan. 15, 2013)
County Executive Rob Astorino and a local police group joined a growing chorus of politicians and cops critical of a local newspaper's online database of pistol permit holders, asking the Journal News Tuesday to remove the controversial map from its website.
Citing "public safety concerns and basic common sense," Astorino called on the White Plains-based newspaper to "immediately shut down...
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