Daniel Pantaleo Bio, Age, Family, Garner’s death

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Daniel Pantaleo Bio

Daniel Pantaleo Bio: Daniel Pantaleo is NYPD officer. who was caught on video with his arm around the neck of Eric Garner, leading to Garner’s death, was fired on Monday.

Daniel Pantaleo Bio, Age, Family, Garner’s death

Daniel Pantaleo Age

He is 30 years old.

Daniel Pantaleo Wife

Pantaleo’s wife, Alicia Cross, is from Staten Island. They reportedly began dating after Pantaleo’s 2014 controversy.

Daniel Pantaleo Fired

The decision was announced by NYPD commissioner James P. O’Neill in a statement on Monday, several weeks after a judge recommended Pantaleo’s termination. Per The Washington Post, O’Neill said, “It was an extremely difficult decision. I’ve been a cop for a long time. If I was still a cop, I’d probably be mad at me.”

This post is focused primarily on Pantaleo’s termination. To learn more about Garner’s death and Pantaleo’s involvement in the incident, you can read this original facts post on Pantaleo.

Here’s what you need to know:

1. Pantaleo Didn’t Know About His Termination Beforehand

2. Pantaleo Will Not Receive His 13-Year Vested Pension

3. Commissioner O’Neill Used the Opportunity to Make a Plea to the Public: ‘Don’t Judge us on one Incident’

4. Daniel Pantaleo’s Wife Is Alicia Cross

5. Eric Garner’s Family Spoke Out Earlier This Month to Demand Pantaleo’s Termination

 

During his press conference on Monday, O’Neill said that he didn’t inform Pantaleo of his decision prior to speaking publicly. What’s more, he said he had no intentions to speak with Pantaleo in person at any point.

O’Neill said in part,

“In carrying out the court’s verdict in this case, I take no pleasure. I know that many will disagree with this decision, and that is their right. There are absolutely no victors here today. Not the Garner family, not the community at large, and certainly not the courageous men and women of the Police Department who put their own lives on the line every single day in service to the people of this great city. Today is a day of reckoning, but can also be a day of reconciliation.”

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