Southern California Cop Who Attacked Videographer Needs To Be IdentifiedBy Carlos Miller
Nov. 20, 2013
1.Trump is Right: GOP Debate Audience is Packed Full of Republican Donors
2.'15-Yr-Old Boy' Who Killed Swedish Social Worker Is Actually Somali-Born Adult
3.Ted Nugent Replies 'Eat Me' to Critics of 'Anti-Semitic' Gun Control Post
4.VIDEO: Australian Feminist Politician Gets Told Off After Accusing Opponent Of 'Mansplaining'
5.Caught On Camera: Preacher Cited by Officer Because It's "Illegal to Offend People"
6.Man Says He Was Fired After Pulling Gun in Gun-Free Zone to Save Woman's Life
7.'They're Kicking Me Out The Door': Rotary Club Cuts Jeb Off During Speech
8.'Bagged For Life': Comedy Video Mocks UK Bag Tax
An Oxnard police officer attacked a man for attempting to video record an arrest last week, twisting the man’s arm behind his back and violently shoving him against a bench after the man had placed the phone in his pocket.
The cop threatened to arrest the man for refusing to hand over his phone as “evidence” before a commanding officer intervened, telling the cop he was out of line.
The man, who goes by Angel B on Youtube, said he was allowed to leave, but he never did get the name of the officer.
And that is important if we want to at least try to hold him accountable.