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December 4th, 2014
11:29 PM ET

What is a chokehold?

The NYPD banned the use of chokeholds more than 20 years ago. In spite of the ban, New York's Civilian Complaint Review Board says it received 219 complaints between July 2013 and June 2014, the month before Eric Garner died. Martin Savidge undergoes a demonstration of several techniques.

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December 4th, 2014
11:16 PM ET

Watch as an Eric Garner protest goes completely silent

Protesters in New York City have marched through the streets chanting and stopping traffic. An extraordinary moment occurred live on AC360 as Brooke Baldwin reported from a demonstration in Brooklyn.

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Filed under: Brooke Baldwin • Eric Garner
December 4th, 2014
11:02 PM ET

Does Officer Pantaleo's testimony match the video?

Video captured the moment that Eric Garner was tackled by police. Now we are learning more about what Officer Pantaleo told the grand jury about that incident. Randi Kaye looks at how his account matches with what's on the video.

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December 4th, 2014
12:25 AM ET

Spike Lee: People are losing faith in the justice system

Filmmaker Spike Lee has spent much of his career making movies about race and poverty. He focuses his cameras and scripts on stories that he thinks are being ignored. He spoke to Anderson about the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner and the decisions by two grand juries to decline indicting police officers involved in their deaths. Their discussion included the current state of America's justice system and the chokehold scene in Lee's iconic film "Do the Right Thing."
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December 4th, 2014
12:17 AM ET

Protests close down New York City's West Side Highway

EA grand jury's decision against indicting an NYPD officer in Eric Garner's death triggered protests across New York City. Demonstrators stopped traffic on what is normally one of the city's busiest roads. Deborah Feyrick was there when a large group of protesters came face-to-face with a line of police officers.

Chris Cuomo was on the West Side Highway where he spoke with a man named George who said that he was a protest leader and explained the movement's motivations.

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Filed under: Deborah Feyerick • Eric Garner