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Former Buffalo Police Officer Cariol Horne was fired after intervening when a white officer placed a Black suspect in a chokehold — now, 13 years later, a judge granted her back pay and pension benefits

Former Buffalo Police Officer Cariol Horne was fired after intervening when a white officer placed a Black suspect in a chokehold — now, 13 years later, a judge granted her back pay and pension benefits

Cariol Horne, a former Buffalo police officer, discusses facing discrimination after she stopped a coworker from choking a handcuffed man.

Former Buffalo Police Officer Cariol Horne was fired after intervening when a white officer placed a Black suspect in a chokehold — now, 13 years later, a judge granted her back pay and pension benefits

#WATCH : Vindication for former Buffalo Police Officer Cariol Horne took more than 14 years and a judge to recognize a nationwide desire for police reform, mostly at the hands of activists and tragedy.

Former Buffalo Police Officer Cariol Horne was fired after intervening when a white officer placed a Black suspect in a chokehold — now, 13 years later, a judge granted her back pay and pension benefits

#WATCH : Vindication for former Buffalo Police Officer Cariol Horne took more than 14 years and a judge to recognize a nationwide desire for police reform, mostly at the hands of activists and tragedy.

Cariol Horne, a Buffalo, New York, police officer who was fired for trying to stop another officer from using a chokehold on a handcuffed suspect, has won a years-long legal fight.​

Cariol Horne, a Buffalo, New York, police officer who was fired for trying to stop another officer from using a chokehold on a handcuffed suspect, has won a years-long legal fight.​

Cariol Horne, a Buffalo, New York, police officer who was fired for trying to stop another officer from using a chokehold on a handcuffed suspect, has won a years-long legal fight.​

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A Black police officer in Buffalo was fired for stopping a colleague using a chokehold on a handcuffed Black man. The other officer sued for defamation and was promoted. 13 years later, a court ruled Cariol Horne's firing was wrong, granting pension/backpay. 📷: Cariol's Law

Buffalo officials ask state to investigate the 2008 firing of Black police officer Cariol Horne, who stopped a white colleague from choking a suspect while making an arrest.

Buffalo officials ask state to investigate the 2008 firing of Black police officer Cariol Horne, who stopped a white colleague from choking a suspect while making an arrest.

Buffalo officials ask state to investigate the 2008 firing of Black police officer Cariol Horne, who stopped a white colleague from choking a suspect while making an arrest.

Black officer Cariol Horne was terminated after the Buffalo Police Dept. said she used “unwarranted” physical force to stop a white cop's chokehold on a cuffed suspect. “When he didn’t stop choking him, then I just grabbed his arm ..."

Buffalo officials ask state to investigate the 2008 firing of Black police officer Cariol Horne, who stopped a white colleague from choking a suspect while making an arrest.

Buffalo officials ask state to investigate the 2008 firing of Black police officer Cariol Horne, who stopped a white colleague from choking a suspect while making an arrest.

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