Video Shows Officer Beating Child 'For Eating Carrots Out Of The Fridge'Chris | InformationLiberation
Oct. 15, 2013
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A Berthoud, Denver police officer is seen on video beating a small child because "she ate carrots out of the fridge," according to the officer's ex who released the footage to FOX 31 Denver.
As the girl is seen lying on the ground crying, the officer towering over her asks her, "You had what?"
The girl responds in tears, "carrots!"
The officer appears to then hit her in the face and says "exactly."
He then kicks her in her lower body and orders her to "get up."
The woman sent the video to multiple agencies, including the Berthoud police department whom the officer worked for, yet they did nothing.
The police chief and another officer are now under investigation. Meanwhile, the woman who released the footage is also facing charges after the officer accused her of domestic violence.
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