Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Grand Jury decision against Eric Garner chokehold, Wife lashes out at cop

The grand jury did not indict the white New York police officer who was chokehold the “Eric Garner”, an unarmed black man. The chokehold by the police officer led to Eric’s death in July, can see in the captured video. 

The decision came in Wednesday afternoon by the officials who did not indict the officer named Daniel Pantaleo, 29. The grand jury has decided that there is no evidence against the officer after seeing the footage and hearing from witnesses.

Eric Garner arrested for allegedly selling loose cigarettes, officer Panteleo who has been in job since eight years, did not intend to choke the Eric and has cleared by the Jury on November 21. 

Eric’s Wife Esaw Garner said in a news conference, "He's still working, he's still getting a paycheck, he's still feeding his kids, and my husband is six feet under.  "He should be here celebrating Christmas and Thanksgiving and everything else with his children and grandchildren. And he can't. Why? Because a cop did wrong."              

The July 17 video shows that the officer Daniel caught the Garner in a chokehold and put him onto the ground and preceded him continually while Eric repeatedly said “I can’t breathe”.    

The grand jury has taken the decision in case of Michael Brown same like the Eric case in which the jury did not indict the criminality of another white police officer Darren Wilson who shot and killed the 18 year old Michael Brown. 

President Obama said this week that the White House would call for $75 million to make 50,000 body cameras available to police departments across the country.

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