The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has replaced the New York team investigating the 2014 police killing of Eric Garner , the 43-year-old black man whose arrest and deadly chokehold were captured on video—a move that could "jump-start the long-stalled case and put the government back on track to seek criminal charges," the New York Times reports...
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Marking this "holiday of horrors," another black guy dies - this time on video - another white cop walks. The failure of a New York grand jury to indict Daniel Pantaleo for choking Eric Garner to death quickly sparked a righteous wave of protests and furious chants of "This Stops Today." A stunningly tone-deaf NYPD offered the hashtag #Wehearyou and the vow they're "committed to rebuilding public trust." Hey NYPD: The people have had it. Eric Garner's father: "There is no justice system."
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