No charges against NYPD officer over chokehold death

No charges against NYPD officer over chokehold death

Prosecutors will not criminally charge a NYPD officer in the death of Eric Garner, a black man whose 2014 death played a key role in mobilizing the Black Lives Matter movement. This week marks five years since police officer Daniel Pantaleo stopped Garner for allegedly selling loose cigarettes and held him in a chokehold. Garner’s death was ruled a homicide induced by ’compression of neck’.

KCooper
KCooper
PA_Patriot89
PA_Patriot89 6 months

Better get the popcorn ready, because I’m sure everyone knows what will happen next...

Based Haole
Based Haole 6 months

Because he didn't die from a choke hold the fat fuck had a heart attack

Rocco Rattlebag
Rocco Rattlebag 6 months

The “gentle giant that passed out turkeys and read to the blind” argument in 3..... 2.....

Berty Goldstein
Berty Goldstein 6 months

This was actually one of the few cases BLM was right. the officers used unnecessary force to arrest the man, and should be charged with such.

KAO
KAO 6 months

NY is truly a ses-pit of all things wrong with this country....

Marcus Rogers
Marcus Rogers 6 months

Rise of the apes P.T 2 inc.

Tbird302
Tbird302 6 months

Good

Mike Johanson
Mike Johanson 6 months

Why are police allowed to use lethal and violent force against a man committing a non-violent crime? The fact of the matter is that these police officers were doing exactly what they were allowed to do. Why are they allowed to bring a non-violent, petty crime to a lethal end? This isn't about race. This is about what the police can do to anyone.

Observer
Observer 6 months

Was this the don’t tase me guy?

Coe Wall
Coe Wall 6 months

Whenever I've dealt with CS gas and said I couldn't breathe the faculty around me said you're talking to me so you can breathe so I'm confused how he couldn't breathe but could talk at the same time.

- Minus -
- Minus - 6 months

I don’t fault the police, because the people that run them got them on short leash.

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