Deputy Reportedly Punched Homeless Man, Filed False Report: InvestigationChris | InformationLiberation
Oct. 04, 2012
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A Broward county sheriff's deputy, who is clearly hopped up on steroids, took his rage out on a helpless homeless man, then reportedly lied about it on his incident report.
FT. LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – A Broward Sheriff’s deputy found himself on the wrong side of the law after he allegedly punched a handcuffed homeless man while he sat in the back of a patrol car.Here's a video report via WSVN:
Frankly, this cop is clearly hopped up on steroids. Broward County sheriff's deputy David Agosto was recently busted buying a hundred steroid pills, as Zimbio reports, "Agosto’s steroid dealer literally had a trunk full of steroids. David Kadler had in excess of 20,000 tablets of Winstrol and numerous vials of testosterone in his car trunk."
Agosto got off pretty much scot-free with only 12 months probation, but I think we now know where some of the demand came for his dealer's 20,000 tablets. This cop was likely on a roid rage and took his anger out on a helpless homeless man. He needs to be investigated for steroid use, admittedly I couldn't care less if someone wants to use them as all drug laws are a fraud, but when your job involves jailing people for doing the same, it's only fair the laws you violently enforce on others be applied to you as well.
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