That would suggest that you think a cop is allowed to just execute anybody for doing something illegal. And that has been proved to be incorrect. That 1 man appointed by a politician decides not to prosecute, doesn't change a thing. As I noted, currently it is advised that the cop gets fired, while the city has admitted the guild by paying almost 6 million bucks in damages. And you have not even addressed these issues. You only addressed the issue that Garner wasn't killed by the cop. A discussion you lost, since all experts point at the cop as the reason why Garner died.