Because the New York City lawmakers voted to stop the qualified immunity for police officers, numerous people, including Giuliani, are spreading their concern.
As we mentioned in the title, could this be the crucial move for New York City?
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New York is a wild place! There you can find everything, and it won’t pay to restrict police action.
The laws must be changed, but the officers don’t have to second guess everything.
If you have to finish some work there, where everything is on the line, you will pass through challenging times. But, to have your job done while walking on eggshells is very hard.
We are all human beings, so that is very difficult to have to go through a mental checklist during a split-second moment.
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Newsmax covered the story.
”New York City’s lawmakers are “actually committing murder” with their vote to end qualified immunity protection for the city’s police officers, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani told Newsmax TV Saturday.
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“It’s devastating,” Giuliani said on Newsmax TV’s “America Right Now.” “The reality is, the government of New York City is so incompetent. It’s so left-wing. It’s built on unrealistic theories of socialism that failed 100 years ago.
City Council members late last month, while passing a series of reforms, effectively ended qualified immunity, leaving police officers more vulnerable to civil lawsuits in cases of excessive force and unreasonable searches.
Unions representing the NYPD have been pushing hard against the move, saying it will make it hard for police to protect the community from criminals.”
Also, you can read the Fox News report.
”The New York City Council moved to end qualified immunity for police officers Thursday, making it the first big city in the nation to do so.
The measure passed as part of a broader overhaul of police practices.
The legal doctrine has for decades protected officers from lawsuits alleging misconduct against those they’re arresting, unless the officer had violated a clearly established constitutional right.
Qualified immunity first came under scrutiny during the racial injustice and police brutality protests that roiled the nation in the light of George Floyd’s death.
The city council said in a statement the bill would protect New Yorkers against unreasonable search and seizures and against excessive force, in addition to banning qualified immunity. The Big Apple joins two states, Colorado and Connecticut, in curbing the immunity defense.”