MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee police officer fired over social media posts he made mocking the stun-gun arrest of an NBA basketball participant misplaced his appeal to get his job back.

The Fireplace and Police Fee upheld the firing of Erik Andrade Wednesday after a two-day listening to. Police Chief Alfonso Morales mentioned he fired Andrade as a result of his posts violated the division’s social media coverage and compromised the officer’s capability to testify in different instances.

Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown sued the police division in June and accused officers of utilizing extreme power and concentrating on him as a result of he is black. A bunch of officers swarmed on him in a Walgreens car parking zone as a result of he did not instantly take away his arms from his pockets whereas he waited for a parking quotation on Jan. 26.

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