Eric Garner Case: NYPD's Twitter Fail

PHOTO: Eric Garner, right, poses with his children during during a family outing in this undated family photo provided by the National Action Network, Saturday, July 19, 2014.PlayFamily photo via National Action Network/AP Photo
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Here's another example of Twitter gone wrong.

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Critics attacked the NYPD after it posted a tweet in response to the Eric Garner decision, writing, "The #NYPD is committed to rebuilding public trust. #Wehearyou."

The tweet came soon after it was announced that the police officer who put Garner in a choke hold would not be indicted in the man's death.

And the criticism that followed:

At about 4:15 p.m., city officials were notified by New York City's Digital Director to "stop all outbound social content until further notice."

The ban was lifted today at 1:30 p.m.