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Police union attorneys for Officer Wayne Isaacs had asked the commissioner to halt disciplinary proceedings. Commissioner Sewell rejected that request in a letter received by the city’s police watchdog.
The NYPD indicated it would serve the discipline charges against Officer Wayne Isaacs, three months after the CCRB substantiated a complaint of excessive force.
"The lack of transparency always kept us in limbo. It's been a long, long, long four years."
The confirmation comes nearly three years after the 37-year-old Brooklyn father was killed by an off-duty police officer in an apparent road rage incident.
Delrawn Small's girlfriend recalled the fatal shooting during witness testimony Wednesday.
The family of Delrawn Small, who was killed last July, dismissed the argument as propaganda.
The next hearing in Isaacs's case is set for September 13th.
The officer was charged with second-degree murder and first-degree manslaughter last September.
He was deemed a flight risk.
Wayne Isaacs has been charged with second-degree murder and first-degree manslaughter by a Brooklyn grand jury.
The wife of Delrawn Small plans to sue the city for $25 million, claiming the NYPD cop that killed him violated his civil rights.
The NY attorney general is investigating the fatal shooting, and the cop is on modified duty pending the results of that investigation.
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