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Old Yesterday, 09:40 PM
 
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garner was a fat worthless slob that got the Darwin award he deserved. its amazing it didn't happen sooner.
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Old Yesterday, 09:57 PM
 
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Please. He was selling cigarettes.
And they didn't reinstate the use of the electric chair for that offense yet? Absurd I tell you...absurd! The right wingers really are sociopathic and I need no further convincing.
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Old Yesterday, 10:11 PM
 
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And they didn't reinstate the use of the electric chair for that offense yet? Absurd I tell you...absurd! The right wingers really are sociopathic and I need no further convincing.
As is evident by Ralphís post
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Old Today, 07:08 AM
 
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And they didn't reinstate the use of the electric chair for that offense yet? Absurd I tell you...absurd! The right wingers really are sociopathic and I need no further convincing.
you are wildly delusional if you think he was executed. he got himself killed. don't be a big fat slob in terrible health and tussle with the police. your take on anyone is meaningless because you are so delusional.
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Old Today, 07:12 AM
 
Location: East Lansing, MI
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"The New York Post posted the video of Garner on the sidewalk lifeless as police, who had previously slammed him to the ground and put him in a chokehold, stood around. The 7-minute video shows several NYPD officers crouched around Garner, who is handcuffed and not moving. One officer suggested they should call an ambulance, but instead, the team of police searched his pockets."

https://www.ibtimes.com/eric-garner-...s-more-1635388

"About four minutes into the video, EMS workers arrived but provided little emergency aid to Garner. One female worker, whom the Post named as Nicole Palmeri, checked Garnerís pulse before she walked away and left the man with police. The camera panned to other officers, who continued to stand around and stare at a lifeless Garner."




7 minutes & not one "professional" offers CPR to an unresponsive man.

At least 10 individual zeros standing around having a chin-wag looking impo tent.

Police commander texts subordinate Eric Garner's death is "no big deal."

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/16/n...leo-trial.html



Same thing, different century.

You don't perform CPR on "unresponsive" people if they are breathing and have a pulse. There may have been other medical attention they could/should have rendered, but CPR isn't it.


If the EMT should have rendered other medical care, she/they should be held to account. The video is out there, so......
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Old Today, 07:15 AM
 
Location: New Jersey
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Originally Posted by MissPickel View Post
"The New York Post posted the video of Garner on the sidewalk lifeless as police, who had previously slammed him to the ground and put him in a chokehold, stood around. The 7-minute video shows several NYPD officers crouched around Garner, who is handcuffed and not moving. One officer suggested they should call an ambulance, but instead, the team of police searched his pockets."

https://www.ibtimes.com/eric-garner-...s-more-1635388

"About four minutes into the video, EMS workers arrived but provided little emergency aid to Garner. One female worker, whom the Post named as Nicole Palmeri, checked Garnerís pulse before she walked away and left the man with police. The camera panned to other officers, who continued to stand around and stare at a lifeless Garner."




7 minutes & not one "professional" offers CPR to an unresponsive man.

At least 10 individual zeros standing around having a chin-wag looking impo tent.

Police commander texts subordinate Eric Garner's death is "no big deal."

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/16/n...leo-trial.html



Same thing, different century.
If there is any criticism to be had in this case it is a delay in post-arrest medical care. But based on Mr. Garnerís health itís unlikely that a minute or two delay would make a difference.
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Old Today, 07:24 AM
 
Location: 20 years from now
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This is such BS. Even if he died from a heart attack during the incident, that cop should never have handled him like that. Over a fricken cigarette....that's where we are now, is it? We manhandle people over a fricken cigarette?

That pos needs to be behind bars for decades.
There is no such thing as a routine arrest. It doesn't matter what crime or violation he committed; if he resists an arrest, then it becomes a separate issue altogether separate from what initiated it to begin with, it doesn't matter if it's for selling illegal cigarettes, or whether he's bank robber.

Resisting arrest, is resisting arrest-the amount of necessary force needed to subdue the perp can be equally applied regardless of what they did before that.

At the end of the day, Eric Garner made it very clear--on video and audio--that he was not willfully going in. He put up a fight.
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Old Today, 07:24 AM
 
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You don't perform CPR on "unresponsive" people if they are breathing and have a pulse. There may have been other medical attention they could/should have rendered, but CPR isn't it.


If the EMT should have rendered other medical care, she/they should be held to account. The video is out there, so......
They all stood around and watched him die.
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Old Today, 07:33 AM
 
Location: 20 years from now
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They all stood around and watched him die.
Cops are not doctors, nor can they force someone to exercise so that they don't have a heart attack when they decide to resist an arrest.


besides, prior to his resisting--who's to say that he wouldn't have had a heart attack and an asthma attack anyway?? He was pretty worked up before they tried to put him in cuffs.


Garner's death was his own doing. That's the cold hard reality.
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Old Today, 07:38 AM
 
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Cops are not doctors, nor can they force someone to exercise so that they don't have a heart attack when they decide to resist an arrest.
Those who were called to render aid also stood around and watched him die. The police called the wrong emergency responders out. The call went out that someone was "hurt" not that someone was dying. But that was no "big loss".


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besides, prior to his resisting--who's to say that he wouldn't have had a heart attack and an asthma attack anyway?? He was pretty worked up before they tried to put him in cuffs.


Garner's death was his own doing. That's the cold hard reality.
If he had simply died as opposed to dying while the police were violating his civil rights, NYC wouldn't have paid out $5.9 million dollars.
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