A New York City police officer was cleared by a grand jury for the chokehold that contributed to the death of Eric Garner in July. Police were trying to arrest the 43-year old Garner for allegedly selling illegal cigarettes. Jim Axelrod reports.
Published: 2021-03-28 03:48 am
No indictment for officer in NYC chokehold death

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