Could NYPD Commissioner Bratton’s actions lead to his firing?

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NEW YORK (PIX11) --Can the decisions NYPD Commissioner William Bratton has made during his term force him out, voluntarily or involuntarily -- namely, stop and frisk, Eric Garner's in-custody death, Phillip Banks' abrupt resignation after being tapped for second in command and NYC First Lady's assistant's relationship with a known anti-cop drug dealer?

Political analyst Basil Smikle explains.