The commissioner says New York officials may face suspension after a road clash

The commissioner says New York officials may face suspension after a road clash
The commissioner says New York officials may face suspension after a road clash

Some officers of the New York Police Department are expected to be suspended for violent interactions with people in protest against the death of George Floyd, New York City Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said Thursday.

The Shia pleaded with politicians to pacify rhetoric against the New York police, noting that the officers had not seriously injured any protesters, but that the officers had been shot, stabbed, fire. The punch has been punched in the head with an extinguisher, and other forms of violence.

The Imprometu press conference held without Mayor Bill de Blasio and at a police headquarters surrounded by barricades and officers in riot gear was smooth and direct. It included a detailed discussion on Wednesday night that is under review as a possible terrorist attack on the authorities.

NBC News on Wednesday reviewed surveillance video that showed two officers standing in a corner when the suspect, identified by police as Dejean Kemovic, walked from the other side of the corner and immediately struck an officer in the neck. Press it. Police say only the artery is missing.

Prior to the press conference, police were shown videos of the attacks, which began with a dramatic video showing the attack on Wednesday night by officers screaming for a turnstile.

Xi called the attacks on police a deeply disturbing trend over the past week, "This is a pattern that is increasing and has reached a high point."

Addressing the anonymous leaders, the commissioner urged "fewer press conferences, fewer tweets and more responsibility".

He said that tensions have increased in the city due to the statements of the leaders against the police.

"It encourages fighting the police during legal arrests, and when all this is going on, we hear silence from many of our elected officials, it's disgusting," Xi said.

"We live in a toxic moment," he continued, "one that increasingly relies on many things, selective events, misinformation and rumors."

But Xi also apologized for the behavior of some New York police officers during the protest.

Over the past two weeks, New York police officers have been accused of mistreating protesters, including driving into crowds and pushing them backward using excessive force. On Wednesday, public defender Jumaine Williams posted a video on Twitter showing police officers in Brooklyn forcibly using their bats against peaceful protesters to get down the street.

During Saturday's protests, a New York official was caught on video making a white power signal with his hand.

And on Wednesday, the Associated Press released a video of two of its reporters being pushed by New York police officers who shouted at them.

To calm down there, there must be contradictions too, so I'm sorry, "Xi said." I am sorry, for our part in loss of citizenship, for our part in racial prejudice, excessive force, unacceptable behavior, unacceptable language and many other errors

"I have said that when the officers acted in an unprofessional manner, we will deal with it. I will deal with it."

He said seven videos about internal affairs were being reviewed, and another three could be reviewed on Wednesday night.

"I can tell you without question that there will probably be some doubts," he said, some may also face departmental charges.

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