Couple Alleges Cops Beat & Arrested Husband After He Videotaped Motorist's ArrestMassLive
Mar. 05, 2012
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A married couple is suing five current and former Springfield police officers and the city of Springfield in U.S. District Court, contending officers violated their constitutional rights by illegally arresting the husband and allegedly beating him after he used his cell phone to record an arrest of a motorist about three years ago.