The ACLU accused police of aggressively questioning motorists and their passengers about their immigration statuses without cause or justification, and holding them for federal immigration officers.
Current law says police officers attempting to arrest someone can use deadly force in order to prevent death or serious injury to themselves or others.
City Council also banned officers from kneeling on a suspect's neck and using similar types of restraints.
“These police officers should not have been restraining him. He needed help."
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