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“HAWTHORNE, Calif. — A Southern California police officer fatally shot a Rottweiler that lunged at officers arresting its master.

The Torrance Daily Breeze (http://bit.ly/14KWfPB ) says the videotaped shooting occurred Sunday after police surrounded a home where a gunman reportedly robbed two people.

Police arrested a bystander they say refused to turn down blaring car music during the incident. A cellphone video, posted on YouTube, shows the dog leaping out of the car window and lunging at officers who handcuffed its master. It’s shot four times.

Leon Rosby spent the night in jail on suspicion of obstructing officers.

Rosby, who has a criminal history and a current lawsuit against police, say they needlessly killed his dog. His lawyer, Michael Gulden, says the incident will be added to the lawsuit.

Police are investigating the shooting.”

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Miami Police Brutality Cop choking kid

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“My friend andre was literally beaten for not complying with “police orders”!!!! the order, move move out of my site. The cop got fresh and my boy got fresh back, The police then beat my friend to the point where he got so bad he ended up going to the hospital. Ya dis nigga going to hell. The next day the officer got off cuz he had the right to attack someone who apears to be a threat to the officer!! the only threat, the cop!!”

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NY Police Brutality, 16 Year Old Boy PSGW

Alleged police brutality, took place near John Bowne HS on Main Street, Flushing Queens. NYPD 109th PCt

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Police Brutality in Jasper TX – Racist Cops – PSGW

Two police officers in Texas have been fired after they were caught on video beating a woman who was being arrested for an unpaid traffic ticket.

In an interview with KBMT last week, 25-year-old Keyarika “Shea” Diggles said that Jasper Officer Ricky Grissom was polite at first, allowing her to call her mother from the police station to raise the $150 needed to pay the fine.

But Grissom eventually became impatient and cut off the call.

“He said, ‘I’ve been waiting here all this time when I could have been out patrolling, waiting on you. This is stupid,’” Diggles recalled. “He just went to cussing. And then I was like, ‘Well, you don’t have to yell at me.’”

Video obtained from the Jasper Police Department shows Grissom pushing Diggles up against a wall before Officer Ryan Cunningham comes from behind and slams her head against a counter top. Diggles is then forced to the ground and dragged by her ankle into a nearby cell.

“The amount of force used was abominable,” attorney Cade Bernsen, who is representing Diggles, told Yahoo News. “She got her hair pulled out, broke a tooth, braces got knocked off… it was brutal.”

On Monday, the Jasper City Council dismissed Grissom and Cunningham. A charge of resisting arrest against Diggles was also dropped.

In a famous 1998 case, an African-American man named James Byrd Jr. died after being tied to the back of a pickup drug and dragged and decapitated by at least two white supremacists in Jasper. And in last year, the city’s first African-American police chief, Rodney Pearson, was fired by the majority-white city council. He is now suing.

“It’s a different part of the world, man, it’s crazy,” Bernsen explained to Yahoo News.

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TURKEY RIOTS UPDATE- Police BRUTALITY & TEAR GAS Protestors DEMAND FREEDOM – PSGW

RIOTS in TURKEY looks like a WAR ZONE amid Police BRUTALITY & TEAR GAS – Protestors DEMAND FREEDOM

ISTANBUL — Sitting on a concrete ledge surrounding Istanbul’s Gezi Park overlooking a roadblock constructed from piles of rubble, high school student Alper Kuzgun is working on his math homework.

“I am not a protester, I am a student,” Kuzgun told The Media Line. “But I am here. If the police come, I can help resist.”

Over the past five days, he has been joined by tens of thousands of others his age who have come to voice their frustrations with Turkey’s government led by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

Anti-government demonstrators are concerned secular Turkey is drifting towards a conservative, Islamist-backed state. Proposed changes to the constitution, restrictions on free speech and a recent law restricting the sale of alcohol have lit a fuse on years of pent-up emotions. Graffiti across Istanbul calls on Erdoğan, who’s been at the country’s helm for a decade, to resign.

So far, he has rejected calls to step down and has brushed off the protests saying he expects things to “normalize” soon. But inside protest camps around historic Taksim Square, there are no signs people are settling down.

Celebratory fireworks light up the sky above the crowds of people clogging the cobblestone center, and candles shine through the tear gas drifting from a nearby police barricade spelling out words: “Taksim belongs to the people.”

It is where a group of young people originally joined together last week to try to stop the destruction of one of the last strips of green around Taksim—part of plans backed by the government to build another mall there.

Turkey’s deputy prime minister has offered an apology in an effort to appease anti-government protesters across the country as hundreds of riot police deployed around the prime minister’s office in the capital for a fifth day.

Bulent Arinc, who is standing in for the prime minister while he is out of the country, said the crackdown was “wrong and unjust”.

It was unclear, however, whether Arinc was giving the government line. The prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who is visiting Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, has undermined statements by his ministers in the past. He has previously called protesters “looters” and dismissed the protests as acts by fringe extremists.
turkey riot protestors security forces activist u.s. “united states” america american europe police injury hospital government dictator extremist unrest park clashes war crazy residents protest 2013 policy pressure economy freedom city travel islam media people citizen violence agenda tv excessive force “pepper spray” peace peaceful “social media” broadcast reality humanity politics “middle east” future “new world order” illuminati unseen forces cops alex jones farrakhan muslim extremism anonymous david icke lindsey williams trending trends in the news gerald celente 829speedy Thousands have joined anti-government rallies across Turkey since Friday, when police launched a pre-dawn raid against a peaceful sit-in over plans to uproot trees in Istanbul’s main Taksim Square. Since then the demonstrations by mostly secular-minded Turks have spiralled into Turkey’s biggest anti-government disturbances in years, and have spread to many of the biggest cities.

A 22-year-old man died during an anti-government protest in a city near the border with Syria, with officials giving conflicting reports on what caused his death.

Protests were directed at what critics say is Erdogan’s aggressive and authoritarian style of governance. Many accuse him of forcing his conservative, religious outlook on lives in the mainly Muslim but secular nation. Erdogan rejects the accusations, says he respects all lifestyles and insists he is the servant not the master of the people.
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Turkey AGAINST DICTATORSHIP #occupygez

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Turkish riot police used tear gas and water cannon Friday to end a peaceful sit-in by hundreds of people trying to prevent trees from being uprooted in an Istanbul park. The dawn raid ignited a furious anti-government protest that took over the city center and spread to other cities..
In a victory for the protesters, an Istanbul court later ordered the temporary suspension of the project to uproot the trees. But demonstrators around the country kept up protests denouncing what they called a heavy-handed crackdown and a government seen as displaying increasingly authoritarian tendencies..
Police took action on the fourth day of the sit-in against a government plan to revamp Istanbul’s main square, Taksim. Officers clashed with angry demonstrators in surrounding areas, firing tear gas canisters and pushing people back with water cannon. A cloud of smoke from the gas filled the square..
Several protesters were injured when a wall they climbed on collapsed during a police chase, and at least two people — including a journalist — were hit in the head by tear gas canisters. Two opposition legislators were among several hospitalized after being affected by the gas, the private Dogan news agency reported..
In solidarity with protesters in Istanbul, some 5,000 people gathered at a park in the capital, Ankara, swelling into a busy street nearby. They chanted anti-government slogans and called on Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to resign. Police used tear gas to push back a group that tried to march toward the Parliament building..
Thousands marched in Izmir, Turkey’s third largest city, where clashes broke out between police and a small group of stone-throwing protesters. Smaller protests were also held in a dozen other cities, reports said..
The Istanbul protesters were demanding the square’s Gezi Park be protected from plans that include the construction of a shopping mall. Many also aired grievances against Erdogan, whose style has become increasingly uncompromising during his government’s third successive term..
Last week, the government enacted a law restricting the sale and advertising of alcohol, a move that has alarmed secular Turks..
Earlier this week, the government went ahead with a ground-breaking ceremony for the construction of a disputed third bridge across the Bosporus Strait that some say will destroy the few remaining green areas of the sprawling city. It also named the bridge after a controversial Ottoman sultan believed to have ordered a massacre of a minority Shiite Muslim group, instead of choosing a more unifying figure..
Protesters in Gezi Park held up a large poster Friday with a caricature depicting Erdogan as an Ottoman sultan with a caption that read: “The people won’t yield to you”..
Protester Serdar Sanman accused Erdogan of “trying to install his dictatorship”

Erdogan this week dismissed the protesters’ demands, saying the government would go ahead with the renovation plans “no matter what they do.” The forestry minister said more trees would be planted than those uprooted at Gezi..
The dawn raid was the latest in a series of aggressive crackdown on protests. Human rights activists frequently accuse Turkish police of using inordinate force to break up protests and of excessively using tear gas and pepper spray against protesters..
Interior Minister Muammer Guler said that authorities would investigate the reports of disproportionate use of force. Still, he defended the crackdown, saying officers were carrying out their duties against an illegal occupation of the park..
Istanbul Gov. Huseyin Avni Mutlu said 12 people were treated in hospitals for injuries and least 13 people were detained..
There was very little coverage of the protests on television channels in Turkey, reflecting the environment of self-censorship by the media, which has, among other things, been pressured into dismissing staff too critical of the government..
The media rights group Reporters without Borders said the injured journalist, Ahmet Sik, and others were deliberately targeted by police and urged Turkish authorities to halt the “excessive” use of force. A Reuters photographer was also injured..
Amnesty International also deplored what it called Turkish police brutality and said some officers should be brought to justice. Demonstrators affected by tear gas sought shelter at a luxury hotel at Taksim and were tended by guests. Police removed tents and the demonstrators’ belongings and mounted barricades around the park..
In Ankara, demonstrators held up posters reading: “Don’t Interfere in my Lifestyle” and “Resist the Dictator”. “The people are demonstrating against the government’s intolerance toward demonstrations,” said Metin Feyzioglu, who heads Turkey’s lawyers’ association, during the protest in Ankara. “The government must display understanding and immediately stop the violence against the demonstrators”…

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Miami FL POLICE BRUTALITY!

New video released from cell phone showing police slamming victim, allegedly without cause..

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12 Injured As Turkish Police Brutally Disperse Crowd Of Protestors In Taksim Square IstanbulPublished on May 31, 2013

12 Injured As Turkish Police Brutally Disperse Crowd Of Protestors In Taksim Square Istanbul. Turkish riot police used tear gas and water cannon Friday to end a peaceful sit-in by hundreds of people trying to prevent trees from being uprooted in an Istanbul park. The dawn raid ignited a furious anti-government protest that took over the city’s central square and spread to other cities.In a victory for the protesters, an Istanbul court later ordered the temporary suspension of the project to uproot the trees. But demonstrators around the country kept up protests denouncing what they called a heavy-handed crackdown and a government seen as displaying increasingly authoritarian tendencies. Police took action on the fourth day of the sit-in against a government plan to revamp Istanbul’s main square, Taksim. Officers clashed with angry demonstrators in surrounding areas, firing tear gas canisters and pushing people back with water cannon. A cloud of smoke from the gas filled the square and scattered protests continued into the night. Several protesters were injured when a wall they climbed on collapsed during a police chase, and at least two people — including a journalist — were hit in the head by tear gas canisters. Two opposition legislators were among several hospitalized after being affected by the gas, the private Dogan news agency reported. In solidarity with protesters in Istanbul, some 5,000 people gathered at a park in the capital, Ankara, swelling into a busy street nearby. They chanted anti-government slogans and called on Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to resign. Police used tear gas to push back a group that tried to march toward the Parliament building. Thousands marched in Izmir, Turkey’s third largest city, where clashes broke out between police and a small group of stone-throwing protesters. Smaller protests were also held in a dozen other cities, reports said. The Istanbul protesters were demanding the square’s Gezi Park be protected from plans that include the construction of a shopping mall. Many also aired grievances against Erdogan, whose style has become increasingly uncompromising during his government’s third successive term.
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Bangladesh News 2013 Bangladesh Police brutality PSGW

Published on May 31, 2013

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Istanbul Police Brutality PSGW

Published on May 31, 2013

Please whatch what happened to me today! I shot this video trapped in the metro station running from Police. The only thing we did was to sit in Taksim Square.
#resistaksim #direngeziparkı

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POLICE VIOLENCE IN TURKEY PSGW taksim de hey tekstil iscilerine mudahale

Published on May 31, 2013

Police violence in turkey. while a group of textile workers are on sit-down strike police is showing a very violent response… its an evidence that there is no respect for rights in turkey.
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Police Brutality in South Africa

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POLICE BRUTALITY 72 Year Old Grandpa Shot & Killed By Cops In His Own Driveway PSGW

 

A 72-year-old grandfather – a law-abiding family man, his neighbors said – was shot Tuesday by police in the driveway of his home after he stepped outside to check on a noise on his quiet street in East Fort Worth, Texas.

The details of the shooting Tuesday night, which shocked Jerry Waller’s friends and family, are fuzzy so far. But what is clear from police is that when Waller went to investigate what he thought was a disturbance near his garage, he took his .38-caliber handgun with him.

When uniformed officers arrived to investigate a neighbor’s burglar alarm across the street from Waller’s house, the two rookies apparently felt in danger when they saw Waller in his driveway holding the gun, and fired at him six times.

Fort Worth Police spokeswoman Tracey Knight said that “policies and procedures were followed … Officers are taught when they go to a call to survey the entire landscape and not just the small area of where the call is.”

Fort Worth Police Chief Jeff Halstead said his department was investigating the shooting, and added that the two officers had been put on routine administrative leave.

The victim’s son, Chris Waller, said in an email to the Star-Telegram that the police account of the shooting was inaccurate.

“My father never stepped outside of his garage. He was shot multiple times in the chest only a few steps away from the doorway to his kitchen,” he wrote.

Former Fort Worth City Councilwoman Becky Haskin told the Star Telegram that she was awakened by gunfire at 1:07 a.m.

“The shots came really rapidly one after another,” she said. “My husband, who knows a lot about firearms, said he thought it was the police because of the way the shots came so fast.”

Immediately, other officers swarmed the street

“I was told by an officer that (Waller) wouldn’t put his gun down,” Haskin said. “It is really an awful, terrible thing.”

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Police Brutality new zealand

Deans ave car park in the early hours of sunday morning 26/05/2013, this is clear evidence of police brutality! Get it out there!! -Ethan Brown/youtube http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTXGq…

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POLICE BRUTALITY Cops Shoot & Kill Innocent Man Inside His Own Home

While looking for an attempted murder suspect, police enter the incorrect home and shoot an innocent man www.publicservantsgonewild.com

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Police Brutality in Minnesota DRUNK LIBERIAN BRUTALIZED)

 Published on May 23, 2013

Brooklyn Park Cop Hit with $500,000 Excessive Force Suit. A young Liberian man Amos T. was brutalized by Brooklyn Park police officer. We want justice!!!!

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California Police Brutality Break into private residence and taze person filming

TheRetrosoldier/Youtube Published on May 14, 2013

5/10/13

These officers do not believe in the Constitution or the rights it protects…

The Backstory:
Police are called out to an apartment for a noise compliant by the neighbors. The three occupants inside non-aggressively exercise their fourth amendment right, refusing the police entry as they demand at gun point to let them inside without a search warrant or probable cause.

As the police quickly holster their weapons after the camera turns on, the three occupants continue to exercise their rights non-aggressively. The police respond by going into “over-the-top” aggressive mode, utilizing excessive force by kicking in the door, assaulting the female and tazing the cameraman four times causing the camera to short out. All three occupants are arrested/cited for obstruction.

For those that may be interested, here is video link from three months ago involving these same officers:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Om063…

This is what the local paper had to say:

http://www.pressdemocrat.com/article/…

http://rohnertpark-cotati.patch.com/g…

Under the advice from my defense attorney, I will no longer post any comments, links or do any interviews. Thank you.

Petition to launch an investigation into the matter:

https://www.change.org/petitions/cola…

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Police Brutality St. Paddy Parade PSGW

Published on Mar 18, 2013

Police Brutality – St. Paddy Parade
JPD (Jackson Mississippi Police Department) hits drunk guy in the face with his baton. You can hear it snap when it hits him in the face. Another cop the tries to take the camera away from the guy filming

-comedyzone92 Youtube

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Police Brutality Caught on Camera in Florida

Man gets pulled over and gets tackled to the ground and beaten while his hands are in the air and not resisting arrest

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Police Brutality at Drive Thru: Dayton OH PSGW

Porker walks into drive tru to dispute the change he was given and uses unnecessary force

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Police Brutality Beating A Woman Almost To Death Police CoverUp PSGW
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In 2007, Shreveport police officer Wiley Willis arrested 38-year-old Angela Garbarino on suspicion of drunken driving. While in custody, as captured on the video below, Garbarino begins arguing with Willis about what she said is her right to make a phone call. About a minute later, Willis walks over and turns off the video camera. When the camera comes back on, Garbarino is lying on the floor in a pool of her own blood. She was later photographed with severe facial injuries she says were the result of Willis beating her. Willis’ attorney stated that she tripped and fell while the camera was off. After the video went viral, Willis was fired, but has never been criminally charged.

Last month, the Shreveport Municipal Fire and Police Civil Service Board voted to reinstate Willis on the police force. He’ll get full back pay and benefits for the year-and-a-half he was fired. The reason? During the internal investigation of Willis, a polygraph machine operator failed to record the results of his Q&A with Willis. This apparently is a violation of Louisiana’s “Police Officer’s Bill of Rights,” a set of guidelines every department must follow when investigating officer misconduct.

Garbarino won a $400,000 settlement from the city of Shreveport last year.

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Attorney: Videos capture Springettsbury police brutality in two cases

By MIKE ARGENTO and REBECCA LeFEVERDaily Record/Sunday News
Updated:   03/19/2013 08:55:40 AM EDT

 

Update Friday

Police Chief Thomas Hyers said Friday that he is requesting an investigation over two videos allegedly showing police brutality. He said he also has put the officers in question on desk duty.

A news release issued Friday afternoon said Hyers had requested that District Attorney Tom Kearney’s Office and the Chief of York County Detectives Darryl Albright conduct an investigation involving the two cases.

Cpl. Gregory Hadfield, Patrolman Chad Moyer and Patrolman William Polizzotto are on administrative desk duty until the outcome of the investigation.

Hyers said he will have a news conference Tuesday morning at the police station to release additional information.

Read more here.

Reported earlier

Two federal civil rights lawsuits allege that two people were beaten by Springettsbury Township police in separate incidents that were both captured on video.

Both cases filed Thursday involve allegations against township Patrolman Chad Moyer, and one involves allegations against a second officer.

Dashboard camera videos released by attorney Devon Jacob show an officer, identified by Jacob as Moyer, apparently punching a handcuffed woman and kneeing a man who, the lawsuit alleges, suffered five broken ribs.

Chief Thomas Hyers said Thursday that the township had yet to be served any paperwork. Hyers said he will make an official statement next week.

The woman, Debra Williams, was handcuffed in the back of a police cruiser when she was allegedly struck and an officer grabbed her neck, according to the lawsuit. Police were detaining her on April 2, 2011, after they responded to a domestic dispute. Williams was being restrained by her husband when police arrived, according to the lawsuit.

Williams was “emotionally ill” at the time, the suit says, yelling that she wanted to die and asking police to shoot her. She suffered from anxiety, depression and bipolar disorder, the lawsuit says.

After cuffing her and getting her into the police cruiser, the lawsuit says, Officer Gregory Hadfield punched her at least two times in the face and upper body and grabbed her neck. The video also shows an officer Jacob identified as Moyer punching and slapping Williams at least twice.

The edited video originally provided by Jacob doesn’t have any sound and shows the officers striking Williams. The full version, also provided by Jacob, shows Williams threatening the officers, kicking the divider glass in the cruiser and telling the officers to close the door so she “pound” her head.

She also curses throughout the video and said “I’m gonna kill y’all.”

The other lawsuit, filed by Steven Landis, alleges that Moyer threw him to the ground and kneed him in the ribs. Another officer, William Polizzotto, used a Taser on Landis while he was on the ground, the lawsuit states. Landis was stopped while he was walking in the area of Eden and Sand Bank roads on Aug. 5, 2012, and had been wanted on a misdemeanor warrant issued by Northern York County Regional Police stemming from a domestic dispute.

Before Moyer knew of the warrant, he asked Landis, who he found walking along the road just before midnight, if he needed help or a ride home.

When Moyer tried to handcuff Landis, Landis pulled his arms back.

While he was on the ground, according to the lawsuit, Landis pleaded with Moyer to stop, that the officer was hurting him, to which Moyer replied, “Yeah, well I am going to hurt you more.”

Polizzotto had a dog, Petro, with him and, according to the lawsuit, Moyer said, “I got a dog here. Listen, I got a dog here. If you want to get bit, you are going to get bit.” The lawsuit alleges that Moyer, before kneeing Landis in the ribs, breaking five, told Landis, “You are going to get (bleeped) up.”

After Landis was in handcuffs, the video shows the officer explaining to Landis that he had a warrant for a domestic incident earlier that evening.

Landis charged that police refused to get him medical attention for the injuries he suffered during his arrest.

Jacob said Landis suffers from Huntington’s disease – a neurodegenerative genetic disorder that affects muscle coordination and leads to cognitive decline and psychiatric problems, according to the Mayo Clinic.

Both lawsuits allege that officers filed false police reports to cover up the alleged brutality.

Jacob, a former police officer, said, “It’s a very troubling case. That you have the same officer from the same department on two videos (hitting suspects) and obviously nothing was done and the officer is still on the street is very troublesome.”

Jacob said Williams saw him on a news interview and approached him about representing her, while Landis’ criminal attorney reach out to his firm.

Jacob said both plaintiffs are seeking monetary damages in the form of medical expenses, pain and suffering, and punitive damages.

He said Landis went to the hospital for his rib injury, and although Williams did not receive medical treatment, she suffered bruising.

The department, the township and other officers are also named as defendants.

Former Springettsbury Township Police Chief David Eshbach, now a district judge, is listed as a defendant on Williams lawsuit. He said that as a judge he is not permitted to comment on a lawsuit before his court or any other.

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Suspect of Pennsylvania State Police beating released from jail PSGW

Published on Oct 18, 2012

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Months after the release of a graphic dashboard surveillance video showing his 2010 arrest at the hands of Pennsylvania State Police, a Vestal man has been released from jail.

Robert Leone, 33, was punched repeatedly, tasered at least six times, jumped on and verbally harassed by Pennsylvania state troopers at the conclusion of a 15-mile, low-speed chase through Bradford County, the video and court documents indicate.

After serving more than 2½ years of a 16-to-48-month jail sentence stemming from four misdemeanor convictions at a 2010 jury trial, Leone was released last month from Bradford County jail and into parole supervision.

“Mr. Leone has been under active supervision by our Williamsport district office since Sept. 10, which means he has been living at his approved home plan since that time,” said Leo Dunn, spokesman for the state’s Board of Probation and Parole.

Leone was granted parole on March 16 — before the video of his arrest was made public — but remained incarcerated until he submitted an approved home plan to Pennsylvania officials.

None of the officers involved in Leone’s beating have faced criminal prosecution, and a Pennsylvania State Police spokeswoman declined to discuss the results of an internal investigation into the incident.

The video depicts troopers swarming around Leone after pulling him from his car at the end of the chase, and later hog-tying him and verbally threatening and harassing him in the back of a police cruiser.

In March, Leone filed a federal lawsuit against against the Pennsylvania State Police and the troopers allegedly involved in the incident. The defendants denied the allegations against them in a legal document filed in July.

The release of the video in June attracted national and international media attention, and in its wake, many in northern Pennsylvania called for an official probe into the behavior of the police involved and for Leone to be freed from incarceration. He was there on four misdemeanor charges: accident involving damage to attended vehicle; fleeing or attempting to elude an officer; simple assault; and resisting arrest.

 

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“Extremely Troubling If Not Deceitful” More Police Brutality Caught On Video

 

By Zack Beauchamp on May 22, 2013 at 5:20 pm

Hipolito Aranda. (Credit: Newschannel 8)

McMinnville, Oregon Police brutally assaulted a man who was neither being arrested nor accused of any crime, according to dashboard camera footage and an internal police review recently acquired by Portland’s Newschannel 8.

Hipolito Aranda was watching the police conduct a DUI investigation on February 13th, 2010, when he was approached and frisked by Sgt. Tim Heidt. Though Aranda offered no resistance, Heidt handcuffed him, threw him to the ground, and began punching him repeatedly all around his body. The video footage corroborates this narrative of events:

Newschannel 8 Reporter Kyle Iboshi reports that, according to the internal McMinnville Police report, “Heidt did not have probable cause or evidence of a threat that would justify the initial frisk.” Moreover, “There was no visible actions on Hipolito’s part that warranted the aggressive take-down used in this situation,” and the officer’s account of the events “is extremely troubling even if not deceitful.” Heidt had accused Aranda of resisting arrest, but a jury cleared Aranda.

The ordeal was terrifying for Aranda. “I thought I was going to die,” he said. Though Aranda is currently pursuing a civil rights suit over the matter, Sgt. Heidt remains on duty.

This is the second older case of police brutality to come to public attention in recent weeks. In Berkeley, California, two police officers nearly killed a man for asking to read the ticket they were (incorrectly) assigning him before he signed it.

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POLICE BRUTALITY Cops Celebrate After Punching & Kicking Restrained Man 12 Times On The Head PSGW

A video of two Albuquerque police officers beating up a suspect, after which the cops celebrate by giving each other chest bumps. Even better:

The video shows Blume tackled by Albuquerque Police Department Officer Robert Woolever. Woolever knees him and strikes him once. Moments later his partner, John Doyle, enters the frame and delivers the first kick. The video shows Doyle kicked Blume up to 12 times to the head, neck and ribs. During this time the suspect is not handcuffed. Around the fifth kick the video shows the suspect’s left hand covering his head, but there are questions about where his right hand is.

John D’Amato, said it was a bad call. “Oh yeah, I think this is more political than anything,” D’Amato said. “The right hand could have contained a firearm.”… He said there was no celebration after Blume was arrested. He said the two officers embraced and asked if each other was doing OK.

- http://www.pbh2.com/wtf/police-kick-cuffed-suspect-in-the-head-and-give-chest-bumps/

 

 

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POLICE BRUTALITY 8 Month Pregnant Woman Tasered By Police

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Lucinda White (left) and Frederic Thomas. (Photos courtesy Sangamon County Sheriff’s Office)

A woman who was tased by police last week in a Best Buy parking lot in Springfield, Ill., was revealed to be eight months pregnant. Lucinda White called police after getting into a fender-bender in the parking lot on March 30. Her boyfriend, Frederic Thomas, became angry after the other driver denied there was any damage to the vehicles and, after he was warned by police to calm down, allegedly began “swinging his arms and hands wildly” at the officer’s “head and body,” according to the police report. (View it here as a PDF.)

In the video below, White can be seen near Thomas and Officer R.T. Kuhn as they struggle between vehicles when another officer identified as “Higginson” proceeded to use a taser on White, force her to the ground and arrest her. Thomas was also tased, while Kuhn explained to other responding officers he was injured trying to subdue Thomas. Officer Higginson, in his report, wrote that he tased White in the thigh, forced her to the ground and handcuffed her, all while she, Thomas and bystanders yelled, “She’s pregnant.”

Response to the video on YouTube was expectedly and overwhelmingly negative. The Springfield Police Department defended their officers’ actions. Deputy Chief Cliff Buscher said White’s and Thomas’ actions warranted the force used to subdue them. According to the website SpringfieldLeaks.com, Thomas is an employee of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services and has been disciplined by that agency before for punching a co-worker in the back in February 2011. DCFS has requested a copy of the police report from Springfield Police.

Both Thomas and White were charged with assaulting a police officer, White was released on her own recognizance while Thomas was released on $3,000 bond. The use of stun guns have come under scrutiny in recent years. Originally intended to subdue suspected criminals with minimal force, they’ve been the focus on an increasing number of serious injury and even death. Amnesty International has criticized the use of stun guns on pregnant women, the frail and the elderly, claiming it’s sometimes impossible to tell if a woman is pregnant or if someone is suffering from health issues that can be exacerbated with the high-voltage charges delivered by stun guns and tasers.

Fabrice Czarnecki, an emergency physician and staff doctor for the Police Policy Studies Council, said in 2007 the risks of pregnant women being tased can’t be dismissed.

“If you are hit by a Taser you are likely to fall. We know even minor trauma during pregnancy, like a fall, is dangerous and could be fatal to the fetus. Again, we don’t know whether the risk is 1 percent or 5 percent. We don’t know. But we know it’s there.”

Last year, Chicago resident Tiffany Rent filed a civil rights lawsuit after she was tased by Chicago police in a parking dispute while eight months pregnant.

Contact the author of this article or email tips@chicagoist.com with further questions, comments or tips.

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Justin Barnes – HARRISBURG, PA POLICE BRUTALITY “At approx. 2.00am i was walking down 2nd st passing out promotional material. A fight between 2 girls broke out as i walked by. The police sprayed mase into the entire crowd. I could not see i stumbled into the street with my eyes closed and literaly bumped into a group of 4 officers…”

DJHerk – Every Friday & Saturday Justin Leaves Egypt VIP Lounge a little before 2am to Hand Out Flyers @ the Other Clubs on 2nd St. Harrisburg,PA. As I’m packing up my Stuff from Deejaying he’s hitting the Let Out with flyers promoting his Events. I Usually catch up with him by 2nd & Pine Street. This dude is not a Thug or Hot Headed he is a chill laid back dude. He is a VICTIM of Thug Police with no Respect for people and Especially toward people not the same Race as them!!!!!!!!

I did not Record this, a Women did. A person asked for it to be put on Youtube.

This Video was after he was Brutalized!! He was already restrained at this point!! His Face is Messed Up from being Slammed on it after he was already accidentally sprayed with High Power Pepper Spray Gun!! Then he was sprayed again!! Then Tazzard Too. All he was doing was handing out Flyers at a Club Let Out as any Promotor would do.

If you were not there, don’t speculate, that is “Idiot Behavior”

We Are All Human Beings With Rights!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I WILL NOT TOLERATE ANY MORE SOCIOPATHIC COMMENTING ON THIS POST. YOU ARE PART OF THE REASON SOCIETY IS MESSED UP!! (GET ON YOUR MEDS) ALSO GO LOOK UP (((Antisocial Personality Disorder)))

Not All Police are inhuman and unjust. I just want the Good Cops to Step Up to being Model Civil Servants.

Please! Don’t Argue With Idiots. It’s A Waste Of Time And Doesn’t Accomplish A Damn Thing!! (Lol) just Ignore them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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