Cops Beat Man Experiencing Diabetic Shock, Scream At Him To "Stop Resisting"Chris | InformationLiberation
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One November night two years ago, State Police found Daniel Fried slumped behind the wheel of his van along Route 72 in Burlington County. He stared forward, eyelids drooping. He was incoherent, slurred his words and seemed to be falling asleep.Watch the dash cam footage:
Here's an interview with the victim, he explains he was wearing a medical alert bracelet, and told the police he was experiencing a diabetic shock. He says he was fortunate he didn't die. He said he was permanently injured as a result of what happened, with his hand being broken and a ligament in his wrist being torn, "which is never going to heal."
Far from being an "isolated incident," we've covered dozens of such incidents over the years.
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