This day in history: Dec. 4, 2014

Protests erupt after jury decides Eric Garner case.
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We begin with fast moving developments in that explosive case what we did not know about that Cho cold caught on tape. What was discussed inside that grand jury room now revealed. And right now the images coming in the growing protests here in New York City demonstrators on the move tonight the crowds growing from Seattle to Atlanta as well. Of course all of it after this Eric garner an unarmed black man a father and husband forced to the ground. Telling police eleven times during all of this that he could not breeds. He later died. Tonight a big question being asked if the medical examiner determined this was a homicide why no charges. And we now hear from Arab corners children for the first time ABC's Ron Claiborn leading this off again tonight. The grand jury watch for separate videos of the moments leading to Eric garner staff. But this is the first in the world has seen. Eric garner arguing would this officer who accused him of selling loose cigarettes. Standing by officer Daniel path taleo. Also been pent taleo moves then it's a slips and arm under garner his right arm the other around his neck it looks like that choke hold he tries to force garner down. Two other officers swoop in and all four cops now wrestling Eric garner. The whole time officer kinda lay out on top keeping that seeming to choke hold a full fifteen seconds. Garner says I can't breathe again and again the eleven times and in. Moments later garner stops moving police try to clear the scene. Officer panel -- spent two hours in front of the grand jury telling them he did not put garner in a chokehold. Which the NYPD bands but executed a take down as he was trained to do. It's 43 person mostly white grand jury met for nine weeks they would have needed twelve votes to indict. The outcry instantaneous I'm. Carter's wife responding angrily to words of condolences from officer pat taleo. No Latin Palin he's still clarkin is still get a fake sickness don't feed into his kids and and my husband is Six Feet Under. Today we're hearing from Gardner's children an interview with Yahoo!'s Katie currently. Telesis the queen. I'm the still lake. Why. You know. Easy you've seen him dialing national TV just like everybody else why. This list focus New York city's mayor speaking out about selling his own son Dante who was biracial. About what he called the dangers he may face from police. This is personal we can see through the eyes of so many of our fellow New Yorkers. People need to know. The black lives and brown lives matter as much as white lives those comments themselves infuriating. New York city's police union what we need. Is a mayor to stand up with and for us. As well what police officers felt yesterday after that press conference is that they would thrown under the bus. And David protest tonight throughout New York City this as Bayer the last few announces a plan to. Retrain all 35000. New York city police officers are starting immediately. In the use of physical force would suspects the new slogan for this program. Talk down don't take down.

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