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Cops who killed Black gay Bronx man will not face discipline

Summary by LGBTQ Nation
Following a years-long investigation, New York City police commissioner Edward Caban announced Friday that two police officers would not face disciplinary action for their involvement in the killing of a Black gay man who was having a mental health crisis in his own home. According to Gothamist, Caban said that officers Brendan Thompson and Herbert Davis “acted within the law” when they entered 32-year-old Kawaski Trawick’s Bronx apartment in 20…

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