Cariol's Law: Cops to Stop Other Cops' Abuse

Because she intervened to stop a fellow cop's choke hold on a suspect, then- Buffalo Police Officer Cariol Horne was fired one year short of the pension she would have received after 20 years of service. The fellow officer was white, and the suspect was black. Horne wants a law --which would be named Cariol's Law-- passed. It would require police officers to intervene when a fellow officer is being abusive to a suspect. Buffalo's City Council wants the New York State Attorney General to reopen the investigation into the incident, and Horne hopes to be exonerated for her actions and have her pension restored. Larry Sparano talks about the matter with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

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