New York police stopped an officer after a video of strangulation during the arrest spread


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New York police suspended the work of one of its officers, after he appeared in a video spread on the Internet kneeling on the neck of a man with dark skin while in detention.

After a prompt investigation by the Office of Internal Affairs, the work of a police officer involved in the strangulation during detention in the Queens area has been suspended,” New York City Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said in a tweet on Twitter.

While the investigation is still ongoing, I have no doubt that this immediate measure is necessary and the video showed several officers tying a man lying on his stomach, and one of the officers appeared to wrap his arm around the man’s neck, Chia added.

PC News reported that the man was hospitalized and the New York Police Department banned the use of “suffocation while arresting” technology in 1993, but George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis on May 25 put police tactics and tactics back into the spotlight again.


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