Investigation faults Rochester mayor, police chief for keeping Daniel Prude’s death secret in upstate New York


Questions are being raised in upstate New York, following the death of a black man after an encounter with police Daniel Prude, died last year after police in Rochester, New York, covered his face with a net designed to stop his ability from spinning on officers and further held him down by kneeling on his back with his face on the ground, While both of Mayor Lovely Warren and police chief Laurent Singletary insisted they didn't know for months proved had been restrained. An independent investigation finds they did know and intentionally didn't disclose that fact. Publicly. A grand jury already declined to indict the involved officers. Evan Brown Fox News. Congressional

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