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NYPD Fires Daniel Pantaleo More Than Five Years After Eric Garner's Death

Gothamist Monday, 19 August 2019
NYPD Fires Daniel Pantaleo More Than Five Years After Eric Garner's DeathMore than five years after Eric Garner was arrested and fatally choked for allegedly selling loose cigarettes on a Staten Island street corner, the NYPD has announced that the officer responsible for the death, Daniel Pantaleo, will lose his job. [ more › ]
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NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill announced the firing of Daniel Pantaleo, the officer accused of using an illegal chokehold on Eric Garner.

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