Rochester, N.Y.: A law enforcement has chosen no to put criminal charge Rochester law enforcement whose restraint of Daniel Prude can also additionally be the reason of his sudden demise, the law enforcement general announced on Tuesday.
“He knew that the Prude family, the Rochester network and groups within the country borders would be rightfully disappointed through this outcome,” New York Attorney General Letitia James stated in his announcement that the grand jury’s decision. “My office presented an extensive case, and we sought a different outcome than the one the grand jury handed us today.
She added, “The criminal justice system has annoyed the hard work put down by the law enforcement officials are accountable for the unwarranted murders being prosecuted of the unarmed African Americans. What is keeping together these cases is a terrible loss of life in this terrible situation in which the death of the innocent African Americans could have been avoided.”
James promised a “complete record could be released through media. The report will include a “minute-by-minute account” of the events that occurred that on March 22 and 23.
“What that report portrays is a person in the throes of an intellectual fitness loss,” James said. “Who was literally begging for help the only way that he knew his brother, Joe, he also made a phone call for help. He didn’t call the cops to come and handle the law enforcement crisis. He requested the services for emergency medical help to deal with an intellectual health crisis.
Daniel Prude died in March 2020 in Rochester, New York: How? What’s happened since? Here’s the entire timeline.
It happened on Tuesday evening when a herd of people gathered at the place where Prude ran into the police, the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, part of the USA TODAY Network, reported. The protest that took place was much smaller than the protest that occurred in the place over the summer, due to which the deaths of many unarmed and innocent Black people by the police’s hands.
The herd, later on, moved to Interstate 490, heading towards the downtown. Police had close the interstate’s westbound downtown lane and then posted on Twitter to ask the protesters to be peaceful on the streets. The protest which took place ended without being reported any arrests, according to the Democrat and Chronicle.