Jury Still Deliberating NYPD Shoving of Bike Rider

Wednesday, April 28, 2010 - 10:14 PM

The jury deciding the fate of the New York police officer who shoved a biker has gone home after a second day of deliberations.  Rookie officer Patrick Pogan faces seven counts for knocking cyclist Christopher Long to the street during a Critical Mass ride, and then lying about it in the police paperwork he filed on the incident.  After this video hit the web, it didn't seem like the trial or the verdict would take long.  But a sick juror slowed things down today.  We'll be waiting for the verdict tomorrow.


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