Houston Woman Says Cops Beat Her For VideotapingKHOU
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HOUSTON—A mother has accused three Houston police officers of brutality. She said they bruised and punched her in the face over a cell phone video.
Her face is bruised, left arm swollen, lips are busted in two places and her back is scarred. Annika Lewis claims all of those injuries came at the hands of three Houston police officers.
“I am very stunned,” Lewis said. “I always thought, you know, people got beat by police because they were resisting arrest.”