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Disciplinary trial for officers involved in 2019 shooting pushed back

The disciplinary trial for the officers involved in the shooting of Kawaski Trawick has been pushed back.

News 12 Staff

Oct 20, 2022, 11:57 PM

Updated 611 days ago

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The disciplinary trial for the officers involved in the shooting of Kawaski Trawick has been pushed back.
Kawaski was fatally shot by police as they responded to a distress call in 2019.
Trawick’s parents, members of the Justice Committee and elected officials gathered in front of One Police Plaza to condemn the Police Union Attorney’s actions. They say the trial had to be delayed because one of the officers did not have his own attorney.
Trawick’s parents, who traveled to New York from Georgia, are calling on Police Commissioner Sewell and Mayor Eric Adams to immediately terminate the officers.
"We want Brendan Thompson and Herbert Davis fired. We cannot let the NYPD and the police union attorney continue to drag their feet, showing no discipline to these two officers,” said Ellen Trawick, his mother.


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