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Port Authority Settlement Will End Undercover Bathroom Patrols

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Miguel Mejia arrived at the Port Authority Bus Terminal on a warm summer evening eight years ago with plans to get a fresh tattoo in New Jersey.

Before catching his bus, he made what he thought would be a quick stop at the men’s restroom. But at the urinal, Mr. Mejia sensed he was being watched and, glancing to his right, saw a man in blue shorts smirking at him.

Mr. Mejia ignored him and walked out. Then came a shoulder tap: Port Authority police officers said he was under arrest. “I’m like, ‘What did I do?

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