Skokie Woman Thrown Into A Jail Cell Bench By "Unapologetic" CopPolice State USA
Oct. 10, 2013
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SKOKIE, IL -- Disturbing video evidence has been released of an incident that left a woman's face so badly injured that she needed facial reconstructive surgery. The woman is filing an excessive force lawsuit against Skokie police after being thrown face-first into a bench inside a jail cell, followed by alleged false statements to justify the unprovoked assault.
The incident, all captured on video, shows the petite 110-pound woman calmly following directions, posing no threat or aggression to her captors. The footage -- subpoenaed by Feuerstein's lawyer -- shows the woman being asked to leave the cell, and after a few brief seconds, brought back to the cell and shoved in at full force.
Feuerstein was launched into the cell by Skokie Police Officer Michael Hart. Literally using both hands to shove her, the small woman helplessly sailed into a cement bench... face first. The results were devastating. He face was shattered.
As a pool of blood began to pool on the floor, officers scrambled to do something. One officer, who Feuerstein described as "kind," cradled her on the floor as she bled. Her thuggish assailant, Michael Hart, did not seem the least bit remorseful and was described as "totally unapologetic" by the victim.
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