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NYPD cop fired for sending image mocking George Floyd's murder to subordinates

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Yonathan Bonifacio, a 13-year veteran of the NYPD, sent the image to nine subordinates. The image depicted Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin kneeling on George Floyd's neck. Chauvin says, "Holy s**t, I'm finally white," referring to the color of the ghost in the cartoon. He was fired in December, according to NYPD administrative documents.
NYPD cop fired for sending image mocking George Floyd's murder to subordinates
10 days ago·New York, United States

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Officer Yonathan Bonifacio, whose dismissal became effective this past December, forwarded an image of Minneapolis Officer Derek Chauvin with his knee on Floyd’s neck as a white spirit was seen exiting the dead Black man’s body, NYPD disciplinary documents showed.

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NYPD cop fired for sending image mocking George Floyd's murder to subordinates

The NYPD fired an officer who sent a racist image mocking the murder the of George Floyd to his subordinates. Probationary Sgt. Yonathan Bonifacio, a 13-year veteran of the NYPD, sent the image to nine subordinates.

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