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NYC Mayor de Blasio, Police Commissioner Get “No Confidence” Vote from NYC Police Union

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NYC Mayor de Blasio, Police Commissioner Get “No Confidence” Vote from NYC Police Union

NYC Mayor de Blasio, Police Commissioner Get “No Confidence” Vote from NYC Police Union

The Police Benevolent Association representing New York City police officers has called for the removal of Mayor Bill de Blasio and commissioner James O’Neill following the dismissal of the officer involved in the deadly arrest of Eric Garner five years ago.

Veuer’s Justin Kircher has more.

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