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The officer who fired the first of fifty shots taking the life of Sean Bell has been fired and will not collect a pension or receive medical benefits.
The decision comes four months after -- administrative judge found detective Giscard is -- Guilty of departmental violations.
In a statement the NYPD says quote.
There was nothing in the record to warrant overturning the decision of the department's trial judge certainly something that we.
-- field equals what happened.
John -- lost his life.
They lost -- job.
Three other officers involved in the shooting also reportedly forced to retire.
Reverend Al Sharpton though critical of the department's decision to allow them to keep their pension benefits is -- for us.
-- that we would be paying the pensions for people that did what they did on the job.
To say that they do this job and can it work but there's cities Google paid attention.
It's autumn like given them a retirement plan.
Wendy's should in my judgment have been criminally convicted and certainly should not be on the city's payroll you wouldn't it.
Sean Bell was shot in -- of the Jamaica queens nightclub back in 2006.
Just hours before his wedding just Norris said he thought one of Bell's friends had a gun.
No gun was ever found in response the president of the detectives endowment association a union for the officers is heavily criticizing the move from commissioner Kelly.
Calling it quote disgraceful excessive.
All the officers were cleared of any criminal charges we spoke with DEA president Michael Paladino by phone.
Many -- are outraged by its.
And then -- because they know they could be extracted at any time the same way.
The city has already agreed to pay seven million dollars to settle a federal lawsuit filed by Bell's family and two friends injured during the shooting.
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