LAPD Cops Violently Slam Nurse To Ground, Celebrate With Fist BumpChris | InformationLiberation
Aug. 30, 2012
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There's few things more enjoyable than slamming a young nurse and mother to the ground face first. Well, at least if you're an LAPD police officer.
TUJUNGA, Calif. (KTLA) -- LAPD Chief Charlie Beck has removed the commanding officer of the Foothill Division over a use-of-force incident caught on surveillance video.Do the cops really need to be trained not to throw a young woman face first to the ground over a cell phone violation? Is that not already a part of their supposed "training?" Any time the police get caught carrying out some horrible abuse, they always respond "they need more training."
They need to be thrown in jail for committing crimes, they need to be held personally accountable for the criminal actions they commit, they need to pay out of their own pocket when a settlement is won against them, they need to pay for their own legal defense when a citizen files suit against them, that's what they need. (Realistically, they need to be shut down entirely.)
If they need to watch videos of their brethren beating women up and fist bumping to be instructed "don't do that," they shouldn't be police officers.
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