Judge Napolitano: DA ‘Didn’t Want An Indictment’ In Garner Case

Judge Napolitano: DA ‘Didn’t Want An Indictment’ In Garner Case

Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano said that the lack of indictment in the death of Eric Garner, which he stated was “clearly a case for criminally negligent homicide,” showed the DA “didn’t want an indictment” in an interview set to be broadcast on Wednesday’s “Hugh Hewitt Show.”

Napolitano characterized Garner’s death as “clearly a case for criminally negligent homicide.” He continued “this is not Ferguson, Missouri. This is not somebody wrestling for your gun. This is not where you shoot or be shot at. This is choking to death…[a[ grossly obese person whose only crime was selling cigarettes without collecting taxes on them. This does not call for deadly force by any stretch of the imagination.”

He continued that the lack of indictment “tells me that the District Attorney didn’t want an indictment. You know as well as I do if any DA wants an indictment he can get one.”

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