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>> My father was killed on video, and there has not been any justice or admission of guilt.>> Erica Garner, an outspoken African against police brutality died Saturday after suffering a heart attack last week. The 27-year-old became a activist after the death of her father, Eric Garner, in 2014 by an NYPD officer.
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43-year-old Garner was stopped by cops for selling loose cigarettes in Staten Island. He was then put in a chokehold by former officer Daniel Pentaleo. Video of the incident went viral on social media, triggering outrage among the African-American community and civil rights groups across the nation. Her father's final words, I can't breathe, became a rallying cry for protestors against police brutality.
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]>> Can't breathe.>> A grand jury in December 2014 decided not to indict Pentaleo. The city later settled with Garner's family for $5.9 million.>> This does not represent justice.>> On Saturday, after Erica Garner's death, a tweet from her official account challenged New York City's mayor, saying, quote, she only pursued right, no matter what.
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No one gave her justice. de Blasio, explain how she died with no justice.