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Decision near on officer involved in 2014 Eric Garner death

CBS News Monday, 19 August 2019
NYPD commissioner schedules midday news conference on undisclosed topic as city awaits his decision
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News video: NYPD To Announce Decision On Officer In Eric Garner Death

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On Monday afternoon, New York City Police Commissioner James O'Neill is expected to reveal his decision on the fate of officer Daniel Panteleo, accused of using a banned chokehold during the arrest of Eric Garner who died after the encounter five years ago. CBS2's Alex Denis reports.

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