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Ex-Tennis Star James Blake Talks Police Brutality At NYC Marathon EventIt's been nearly two months since Blake was tackled to the ground outside a Midtown hotel and handcuffed in a case of mistaken identity.
De Blasio: NYPD Officers Will Be Trained To Make Arrests With Least Possible ForceMayor Bill de Blasio has vowed that police officers will be trained to use the least possible amount of force.
Commissioner Bratton Outlines Next Steps In James Blake False Arrest CaseOn Wednesday, the board returned its findings, substantiating an excessive use of force claim against Officer James Frascatore.
Complaint Review Board: Officer Used Excessive Force Against James BlakeThe NYPD Civilian Complaint Review Board has recommended discipline against the officer who tackled and arrested tennis icon James Blake last month.
Former Tennis Pro James Blake Meets With De Blasio, BrattonJames Blake, the former tennis star who was tackled during a mistaken arrest by a New York City police officer, plans to meet with the mayor and police commissioner, according to his spokeswoman.
CBS2 Exclusive: Sean Satha, Man James Blake Was Mistaken For In Arrest, Was Wrong Man TooThe photo of the man detectives thought they were looking for when they arrested James Blake last week turned out to be a case of mistaken identity too.
Police Union Responds To Calls For Officer's Firing Following James Blake ArrestOn Tuesday, the New York Times published an editorial calling for the NYPD to fire Officer James Frascatore.
James Blake Wants Officer Fired After Mistaken Identity ArrestFormer tennis pro James Blake called on the NYPD Saturday to fire an officer who wrongly handcuffed him in a case of mistaken identity.
NYPD Releases James Blake Arrest Surveillance VideoBlake was mistakenly arrested by an officer outside a Midtown hotel Wednesday.
Mayor De Blasio Apologizes To Former Tennis Pro James Blake Over 'Inappropriate Arrest'Mayor Bill de Blasio has publicly apologized to former tennis star James Blake, who was mistakenly arrested by officers outside a midtown hotel.
Police: Former Tennis Star James Blake Handcuffed By NYPD After Being MisidentifiedFormer tennis star James Blake was demanding an apology Wednesday night, after he was handcuffed by the NYPD in a case of mistaken identity.