Daniel Pantaleo—the police officer involved in the death of Eric Garner, who was killed five years ago on Staten Island during an interaction with police—was fired from the New York City Police Department by Commissioner James O’Neill on Monday.

O’Neill’s decision comes in the wake of an administrative judge’s recommendation earlier this month that Pantaleo be removed from the force following an internal trial over the 2014 incident. 

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