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NYPD officer could face criminal charges for shoving protester to the ground

NYPD officer could face criminal charges for shoving protester to the ground

An NYPD officer D’Andraia was suspended without pay after he was seen in video violently pushing protester named Zayer to the ground near Brooklyn’s Barclays Center back. He could be charged with misdemeanor assault for the incident. This suspension comes after another NYPD cop was suspended without pay recently after he was filmed pulling a man’s mask down to pepper spray him in Brooklyn.

Milan
Milan
Turk
Turk 2 months

Pushing people? That is a WAR CRIME! I say move for public execution. He can not get away with this.

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 2 months

Time for cops to face the same justice system we do. Guilty til proven innocent.

Fin
Fin 2 months

Still need to see the tape... U need to grasp an officer under arms is trained to recognized that when u enter into to circle understood inside their arms length to fast make choices... That de esculate whatever ur intent is and get u that safe distance tween u n them... Arms length... Sadly bad training and anxiety lead to far less better choices and you r seeing fear often... Their training being replaced with fear... Their mind busy not using the tools taught them.. They don't trust their training n they have replaced it with what works for them... Instead of building sound ethical tactical muscle memory while constantly evaluating ur scene n having a fluid calm mind... That takes training and experience every call different n u need vast tools in your mental n physical tool box built on ethical commitment to ur foundation of academy n dept training n standards

yuckycrumpet
yuckycrumpet 2 months

Fire him. Next.

Fin
Fin 2 months

Another one that should be tested for steroids... That should become a first post incident requirement for any officer involved... But watch fraternal unions freak on it... If put up as part of reforms

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