NYPD Cop David Afanador Caught on Video Trying to Murder a Black Man With Chokehold a Week After Eric Garner Law is Passed; Cop Previously Arrested for Pistol Whipping a Black Teen & Knocking His Teeth Out – BlackSportsOnline
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NYPD Cop David Afanador Caught on Video Trying to Murder a Black Man With Chokehold a Week After Eric Garner Law is Passed; Cop Previously Arrested for Pistol Whipping a Black Teen & Knocking His Teeth Out

The cops don’t give a F*ck.

We have no idea if this man is still alive, what we do know is there was no reason for the cop to be trying to choke him to death.

Less than a week after New York City said no more chokeholds to cops, an NYPD officer used one while making an arrest … to the point the person he’s subduing loses consciousness.

A handful of NYPD officers were filmed Sunday near Rockaway Beach attempting to detain and arrest a black man — with one of the cops wrapping his entire arm around the guy’s neck and putting his body weight on him from the ground, while the others put cuffs on.

You hear bystanders — who are filming the whole thing — start to scream out in a panic, telling the officer to stop choking him, which eventually gets him to release.

At that point, it appears the man being arrested has gone limp and is unresponsive — some of the folks standing around say “he’s out.” He had indeed passed out and was led away by police moments later.

It’s unclear if and when he regained consciousness — his current condition is also unknown. We also don’t know why he was being arrested, and the NYPD isn’t saying.

The NYPD said they are investigating, but do you really trust them?  They have suspended the cop who has a history.

A Brooklyn teen who was seen on surveillance video getting his teeth knocked out by two NYPD officers was busted again for drug possession, the Daily News has learned.

Kaheem Tribble was collared on July 18 for selling marijuana and crack cocaine to an undercover cop on St. John’s Place in Crown Heights — across the street from where he was allegedly pistol-whipped by two cops.

On Aug. 29, 2014, Tribble was pursued by Officers David Afanador and Tyrane Isaac after he was seen throwing away several plastic bags allegedly containing marijuana.

Video shows the then 16-year-old slowing down from the chase to turn around and face the two officers with his hands up in the air before getting beaten, prosecutors said.

The cops are a gang and no law is going to stop them from killing black people.

Flip the page for the disgusting video.

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