New York Daily News, “Judge slams city lawyers, NYPD for misleading info on Bronx man who died of asthma attack while in police custody” (Feb. 26, 2019)

"The urgency heard in the officers' radio calls shows they knew from the very beginning that BJ needed immediate lifesaving aid," Brown's attorneys Joshua Moskovitz and Jason Leventhal said in a statement to the Daily News.

"We believe every New Yorker will be outraged to learn that police officers don't have to perform CPR or use an AED. This policy – that it's optional for police officers to use their training to save lives – should shock the conscience of our community," they said.