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A grand jury has voted not to bring charges against the seven police officers involved in the death of Daniel Prude, New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) announced on Tuesday.

James said during a press conference that her office presented an “extensive case,” to the grand jury, and made “every attempt to demonstrate the facts.

But ultimately, we have to respect the decision.”

Prude, a Black man, died on March 30, one week after he was detained after running naked throughout the streets. Video of officers pinning him down and placing a “spit hood” over his head went viral, drawing national outrage.

Prude’s death gained attention after his family released footage of the incident in early September, accusing the city of a cover-up over his death.

A medical examiner ruled that his death was a homicide caused by “complications of asphyxia in the setting of physical restraint.”

This is a developing report. 

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