New York Attorney General Re-Examining Firing of Black Officer Who Stopped White Officer From Choking Suspect
The Buffalo, New York city council voted this week to have State Attorney General Letitia James investigate the firing of a Black officer who tried to stop her white colleague from using excessive force, NBC News reports.
Officer Cariol Horne was fired in 2008 for an incident that occurred two years prior. During the 2006 arrest, Horne stopped white officer, Gregory Kwiatkowski, from putting a suspect in a chokehold. The Buffalo Police Department claimed that Horne put Kwiatkowski and the other responding officers in danger by preventing him from locking in the hold resulting in her being fired.……
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