Pennsylvania Police Brutally Beat a Man to Near Death for Not Pulling Over
by Michael Suede
This one is so bad, you will not believe it.
Mr. Leone, the victim in question, has bipolar disorder, and became confused when a police cruiser tried to pull him over for no reason. In his mind, he hadn’t done anything wrong, so he thought the police were going to some other emergency. Again, Mr. Leone had done nothing wrong to warrant being pulled over.
The police were attempting to pull him over because his vehicle matched the description of a vehicle involved in a minor fender-bender that had occurred earlier. So even the police acknowledge that he had done absolutely nothing wrong to warrant being pulled over. It also turns out that the police never filed a report about that fender-bender, which calls the veracity of the fender-bender story into question. All evidence points to the police going on a unhinged rampage because the slave *cough*, I mean citizen, did not immediately pull his vehicle to the side of the road.
For his grievous sin of not pulling over, Mr. Leone was beaten into unconsciousness. All evidence suggests that Mr. Leone was fully compliant with all other orders that were given to him.
The video is so long because he was beaten repeatedly, AFTER he was hogtied and in police custody, so there is a lot of information to cover.
Here’s what he looked like after the police got done with him:
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