Cop Turns Off Video Equipment, Beats 66-Yr-Old Man w/ DementiaVideo recovered despite cop turning it off, cop gets "written reprimand" as punishment
Chris | InformationLiberation
Jan. 15, 2012
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A Melbourne, Florida cop turned off his audio and video equipment before beating a 66-year-old man suffering from dementia "for no apparent reason," WFTV reports.
The officer turned off his video and audio equipment before the beating. The department was able to extract the video from the hard drive, but not the audio.This is how it works in America, the cops beat the hell out of you, then charge you with assaulting them. Good thing they were able to recover the video, there is no way a man with dementia would be trusted over a gang of police officers in court.
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