Commissioner, David, New York City discussed on America's First News

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News continues on the twenty third a day of June Richard Brooks is set to be remembered today at the Atlanta church where the Reverend Martin Luther king junior once preached be private funeral for the man who was fatally shot by a police officer will be held at the Ebenezer Baptist church officer Garrett Rolph fatally shot the black man in the back after Brooks fired a taser in his direction while running away following a struggle outside of a Wendy's restaurant king's daughter the Reverend Bernice king also plans to deliver remarks at Brooks funeral Seattle's mayor says the Seattle moved to wind down the occupy protests zone following two recent shootings including one that left a man dead Jenny Durkan said at a news conference Monday officials are working with the community to bring chop the Capitol Hill occupy protests known to an end after two weeks the mayor said the violence is distracting from changes sought by thousands of peaceful protesters opposing racial inequality and police brutality well we believe individuals organizations and others can continue to gather on Capitol Hill peacefully to continue disorder the violence in the impacts on residents and businesses are not just at odds with the message of justice and equity they cannot continue to occur we are working with community to bring this to an end but the city will not allow for gun violence to continue in the evenings around Capitol Hill and if individuals continue to remain at the park we will be looking at additional steps to insure community safety all the residents businesses and leaders here today are aligned that we cannot let acts of violence define this movement for change we also need to open Capitol Hill cal Anderson park in those blocks for businesses employees visitors and residents there can also said police will soon return to that of precinct that the department largely abandoned the area following clashes with protesters following George Boyd's death at the hands of Minneapolis police New York City police officer suspended from duty after he was recorded putting a man in what the commissioner said was a banned chokehold could face criminal charges for the second time in his career prosecutors said Monday they've opened a probe and officer David after doors actions on a queens boardwalk adding that there must be zero tolerance for police misconduct New York City mayor bill de Blasio freezing the second officer who told the officer off that was after officers noticed that they were being recorded and once it stopped when bystander by any standard told the officer to stop choking him now this is such an important thing to see police.

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