Video Emerges Showing Seattle Cop Punching Citizenby Carlos Miller
Jan. 07, 2013
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Reading the police report, one would believe that 20-year-old Isaac Ocak was so out-of-control, that we’re lucky four cops were around to take him off the street, even if one of them ended up bleeding profusely from the altercation.
But viewing the dash cam video, it becomes clear that Seattle police went completely overboard in arresting him – not that they even had the grounds to do so in the first place – choking him, punching him and smothering his face with their hands.
All while telling him to “relax” and to “stop resisting.”