Grand jury decides not to criminally charge police officers in Rochester, New York, whose restraining technique known as "segmenting" may have caused Black man's death last winter.
Footage of Prude's death raises questions of a possible cover-up and has turned Rochester into the latest flashpoint in a US summer of protests, first sparked by George Floyd's May 25 death in Minneapolis police custody.
Rochester erupted with protests this week after the Prude family released body camera footage from the arrest of Daniel Prude in March.
Seven police officers were suspended over the arrest and asphyxiation death of Black man Daniel Prude in Rochester, New York after video of the March incident was released, the city's mayor said, calling it an act of racism.
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