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Fatal arrest of Eric Garner was conducted by black female sargeant

NYPD Sergeant Kizzy Adoni supervised the arrest of Eric Garner. However, she was offered impunity from prosecution in exchange for her testimony to the grand jury.

At no time during the arrest, or in the police report, does she express any disapproval of the actions of any other officers.

Kizzy Adoni stated in the police report that she “believed she heard” Garner say he was having difficulty breathing. Adoni also stated in the police report “the perpetrator’s condition did not seem serious and he did not appear to get worse.”

The media, the mayor of NYC, and the race hustle industry have completely erased Adoni from the narrative because she doesn’t fit their political agenda.

Furthermore, the order to crack down on the sale of untaxed cigarettes came directly from NYPD second in command Philip Banks, a black male.

From New York Daily News…

Pantaleo who applied the lethal chokehold on Eric Garner was supervised by an African-American female NYPD sergeant.

Having that black sergeant in charge of that crime scene takes race out of the equation. As awful as Pantaleo’s actions appear on that video, at no time does that black sergeant order Pantaleo to stop choking Garner.

With a population that is 70% white and 10% African-American, when a Staten Island grand jury is presented with a white cop supervised by a black sergeant applying a lethal chokehold, it eliminates the racial component.

The grand jury was then left with the decision of whether Pantaleo had malicious intentions. It decided that he did not. Case closed.

Any chance of a federal civil rights case will be hampered by that African-American police sergeant’s presence.

Pantaleo should lose his job at an NYPD departmental trial for violating a department ban on chokeholds. That black sergeant should also be fired. The Garner family will proceed with a civil suit.

There will be protests. But those inveighing against a racist white cop killing an innocent black man should keep in mind that Garner’s killing scene was supervised by a black NYPD sergeant.

Which doesn’t make it as black and white as some would like the world to think.