NYPD officer indicted in Eric Garner’s death, has been fired, says commissioner

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Daniel Pantaleo, the NYPD officer is accused in the 2014 death of Eric Garner, has been fired as Commissioner, James O’neill was announced.

Daniel Pantaleo, the New York City police department officer is accused in the 2014 death of Eric Garner, which led to national outrage, is dismissed as Commissioner James O’neill, who was announced on Monday afternoon — to encourage a violent response from the department of the police of the european union, that is, the decision as caving to the anti-police radicals.”

O’neill, who said that it was “a very difficult decision,” he said during a midday press conference at which he calls the “last days” in the event that a period of five years.

“None of us can be with our decisions,” O’neill told reporters, “particularly when they result in the death of another human being.”

Pantaleo had been suspended since Aug. 2), a disciplinary department, a judge recommended that it be terminated.

The New York City Police Officer Daniel Pantaleo will leave his home on Monday May 13, 2019 at the latest, in Staten Island, new york
(AP Photo/Eduardo Munoz Alvarez)

“I have to agree, it may no longer be effective in serving as a New York City police officer,” O’neill said.


It is the decision of the NYPD’s Deputy Commissioner of Trials, Rosemarie Maldonado, was in the midst of a decision made by the US Department of Justice last month to join the citizens ‘ rights against Pantaleo, whose case has become a national story, and it even seeped into the Democratic presidential debates.

The NYPD’s union has blasted the O’neill’s decision, saying: “he has chosen the politics and his own interests, and on top of the police officers that he claims to lead.”

“He’s chosen to cower in fear of the” anti-police radicals, rather than standing up for New Yorkers who want to have a well-functioning police department, with the police, who are empowered to protect them and provide for their families,” the New York City Police officers Benevolent Association President Patrick J. Lynch said in a statement. “With this decision, Commissioner O’neill, who has opened the door for the politicians to decide the outcome of each and every individual NYPD’s disciplinary proceedings, without any regard to the facts of the case, or the cops’ due process rights.”

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Lynch added that the “damage has already been done in the department, which he described as a “rudderless, and will be frozen.”

“It is now time for each and every police officer in this city, and to make up their own mind,” Lynch said, ” to be a part of it. “We are calling on all New York City police department in order to proceed with the utmost caution, in this new reality, in which they are to be regarded as ‘reckless’ just for doing their job. We will uphold our oath, but we can not and should not unduly jeopardize our careers or personal safety.”

The question posed by a reporter, or Mayor, Bill de Blasio will be forced to hand O’neill, who said the resignation was his choice.

“It is the decision of the commissioner of police,” he said, calling Garner’s death is an “irreversible tragedy” that must have been the result.”

De Blasio has not said if he believed that Pantaleo should lose his job, but that the promised “justice” for Garner’s family. Any questions about the handling of the case is pursued, the Blasio during his campaign for the presidency, with a number of the protesters at the recent debate in Detroit chanting, “Fire Pantaleo.”

The New York Attorney General Letitia James Garner’s family has been waiting for five years, and that “the appearance of justice is finally being served.”

“In memory of Eric Garner and the countless others who have unjustly lost their lives, and we will continue to fight for reforms to fix our broken criminal justice system to ensure that all our communities are safe,” James said in a statement.

Garner, who was black, died during a 2014 arrest in Staten Island for selling tax-free cigarettes, and after that, he refused to be beaten by a number of officers. The plaintiffs in the case, alleged Pantaleo, 33, is using a banned chokehold to take Garner down to the ground, but his attorney argued that he used with approved “belt” technique to subdue the suspect.


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A cell phone video taken by a bystander, Garner could be heard saying, “I can’t breathe” 11 times before falling unconscious. The phrase has since become a rallying cry for the ” Black Lives movement.

Last month, the Ministry of Justice voiced their opposition to the Civil rights Division has recommended that the charges to be brought against Pantaleo, along with officials from the U.s. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of New York, New York, and with the argument that the government has the burden of proof cannot be met.

A grand jury has declined to indict Pantaleo on criminal charges in 2014.

Fox News’ Paulina Dedaj and Tamara Gitt, and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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