Media Attempts to Create ‘New George Floyd’ After Chicago Man’s Death, But Bodycam Footage Tells a Different Story

Monday, March 25, probably started out like any other day for 31-year-old NYPD officer Jonathan Diller.
He probably kissed his wife and son as he left for work, expecting to see them later that evening.
But Jonathan Diller would never come back home again.

Around 5:50 p.m., Diller made a routine traffic stop near 19–19 Mott Ave. in Far Rockaway, according to the NYPD, the New York Post reported.
The suspect in the car, Guy Rivera, “was asked to leave the car, he was given a lawful order numerous times to step out of the car, he refused,” according to NYPD Chief of Detectives Joseph Kenny.

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“And when the officer took him out of the car, instead of stepping out of the car, he shot our officer,” Kenn …

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