Grand Jury Declines to Indict NYPD in Chokehold Death of Eric Garner

A New York City grand jury declined to indict a New York police officer in the chokehold death of Eric Garner.
Garner was strangled after he resisted arrest for selling non-taxed cigarettes.
(Democrats need their cigarette tax money to buy off voters.)

NBC New York reported:

A New York City grand jury has declined to indict an NYPD officer in the chokehold case of Eric Garner, the unarmed man who died while being arrested on Staten Island earlier this year, multiple sources familiar with the decision tell NBC 4 New York.

In opting not to indict, the panel determined there was not probable cause that a crime was committed by NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo, who was seen on a widely watched amateur video wrapping his arm around Garner’s neck as Garner yelled, “I can’t breathe!” during the July 17 confrontation. Garner, who had been stopped by Pantaleo and several other NYPD officers, including two sergeants, on suspicion of selling loose, untaxed cigarettes, was pronounced dead at a hospital.

So, will the Democrats riot in New York City, too?
Time will tell.

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