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Steve vaccaro

The family of Ryo Oyamada decried an apparent "lack of political will" to hold the NYPD accountable for killing him.
"It's the worst I've ever seen," a lawyer focused on cyclist advocacy tells us.
Though the DMV ruled that the driver failed to exercise due care and had an invalid license, the NYPD never charged him with a crime.
A judge today dismissed a class action lawsuit filed against the DMV last year, which found that cyclists were being wrongly charged an extra $88 for violations.
"This hearing could be opportunity for the family to put forth evidence it has independently obtained, showing the police officer was at fault and in fact reckless in killing Ryo Oyamada."
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