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The New York Police Department-union on Wednesday delivered a unanimous no-confidence vote in mayor Bill de Blasio and the New York police Department Commissioner James O’neill’s call for the repeal and rescission of the contract, or after the firing of the officials at the time of arrest, involved that led to Eric Garner’ s death five years ago.
The New York Police Benevolent Association, which represents almost Finest to 25,000 of New York’s, voted in their delegates to the fall Assembly that the two men only a few weeks after the dismissal of Officer Daniel Pantaleo. The Brand was announced by O’neill since then, the officers de Blasio have accused and not the police, and the interference in the process.
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The movements call for O’neill to resign, and remove to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo de Blasio from office. PBA President Patrick J. Lynch said of the votes represented “a clear indictment of our failed leaders in the city hall and 1 Police Plaza.”
“For years, mayor de Blasio police officers and undermine our efforts to protect our city, to be demonized has. For years, Commissioner O’neill cravenly has added the mayor and his anticop allies,” he said in a statement. “The unjust termination of P. O. Daniel Pantaleo, was just the last straw: Both men have displayed a shocking pattern of the abuse of authority and that you are disqualified to continue to serve in their present offices.”
Lynch added: “Neither the hope to regain the trust or confidence of the New officers York police can. You has to resign or be fired.”
De Blasio spokesman Freddy Goldstein called the vote “to share yet another attempt by the PBA to our city, and we will not stand for it.”
“Under this mayor and chief of police, our officers and the communities they serve, are closer than ever before, and the city is the safest ever,” she said. “This is not going to change.”
“The dedicated women and men of the NYPD are out there, and said every day, serving the public with pride and keeping the city safe,” O’neill’s office said in a statement. “The Department stands with its employees, and will always support you and the courageous work that you do.”
“As the police Commissioner has said, his heart and soul are with the NYPD, and he is honored to lead this Department, how it drives, crime to historically low levels,” the statement said.
Pantaleo, over his role in the 2014 the arrest of Garner, who was the sale of was cigarettes contributed to was fired on Staten Island. After he resisted arrest, Pantaleo moved behind him, and took him down. Prosecutors later argued belt, that he argues to be a prohibited chokehold, but Pantaleo with an approved “seat” technique.
Garner could be heard, “I can’t breathe” to hear a quote in the video of the deadly encounter, then went viral. The police Union has argued that Pantaleo did nothing wrong, and that Garner ‘ due was death on the poor health and obesity.
Officers were angry over the perceived politicization of the case, with national Democrats Pantaleo request is a termination during the last month, presidential primary debate in Detroit. De Blasio angered cops say that the Garner family “justice.”
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O’neill announced the decision, which he called “extremely difficult”, and prophesied, there was trouble from officials on the ground: would “If I were a cop, I’d be pissed, probably, on me,” he said.
This anger is to come from the trade Union of the police almost on a daily basis, the decision. Lynch warned that “the job is dead,” and advised to go to the officers “with extreme caution” between what he sees as an anticop atmosphere in the Big Apple.
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The New York Post reports that arrests have drawn, since the dismissal of Pantaleo, when compared to 2018. Between Aug. 17 when Pantaleo was fired, and Aug. 25, arrests decreased by 27 percent compared to the same period a year earlier, the Post said.
The New York police Department said in a statement to the Post, the officials of practicing “precision-policing” and “focusing on the perpetrators of the crimes, the accumulation of mere numbers.”