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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.
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.
]>> 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.
No one gave her justice. de Blasio, explain how she died with no justice.