The entire 57-member Emergency Response Team of the Buffalo Police Department has resigned after two members of the unit were suspended for pushing a 75-year-old to the ground during the George Floyd protests.
The resignations were confirmed by the police union and two law enforcement that spoke to The Buffalo News.
Two members of the tactical unit, which responds to riots and crowd control, were suspended without pay on Thursday after video emerged the confrontation during the emergency curfew.
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