Jul 13, 2015

NYC Reaches $5.9 Million Settlement in Chokehold Death Case - ABC News

New York City reached a settlement Monday with the family of Eric Garner for $5.9 million, almost a year after the 43-year-old died in police custody. The family filed a notice of claim in October, the first step in filing a lawsuit against the city, asking for $75 million. Garner was...

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