The New York Civil Liberties Union has filed a class-action lawsuit challenging an NYPD practice of adding everyone it stops and frisks to a database, even if they never commit a crime… "More than 100,000 people are in this criminal suspect database even though they have been cleared of all wrongdoing and even though the law requires the NYPD to seal their records," NYCLU Associate Legal Director Christopher Dunn, who is serving as lead counsel on the case, said in a statement.