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Analysis posted Dec 29 2013, 11:28 PM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

Fat Cop Breaks Small Woman's Leg With Karate Move

Chris | InformationLiberation

A 200-plus lb. cop felt it appropriate to use an unauthorized "karate move" to take down a 120 lb. small framed woman in handcuffs for resisting his authority. He needlessly broke her leg in the process, and now he's out of a job.

From the McAlester News-Capital:
McALESTER — A former McAlester police officer who allegedly broke the leg of a handcuffed woman using a “karate move” was not justified in the use of force, according to a police report.

McAlester officer Dillin Munholland used a “leg sweep and hip toss” maneuver on Kelli Fender, 20, after she allegedly “locked up her legs,” during an arrest in front of her home, according to a McAlester Police Department incident report.

On Friday, McAlester Police Chief Gary Wansick said Munholland resigned in early December.

The “hip toss” maneuver is not a familiar one, according to a statement by MPD Sgt. Richard Parker include in an MPD Use of Force report.

“Officer Munholland used what he called a ‘Leg Sweep and Hip Toss,’” Parker stated in the use of force report.

“I’m not familiar with the teaching of ‘Hip Toss’ in the basic academy in which all officers must attend or the equivalent of the academy, COPS program,” Parker stated.

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Posted: Dec 31 2013, 10:14 PM

70235 Though not an attorney, I would think that losing his job would be only the beginning of ex-officer Munholland's legal worries. I hope that Ms. Fender takes him to court, first to face criminal charges and, again, to face state and federal civil charges. This is a growing trend across our Nation that must be stopped.

Posted: Dec 31 2013, 10:16 PM

70235 I agree with you, however one must remember the state and culture in which McAlister is located. One cannot legislate people to behave well toward one another.

Posted: Jan 01 2014, 2:25 AM

67183 ^^written by the same person

Posted: Jan 02 2014, 7:20 AM

82145 Multiple personality issues :-)
But the nutter is right ! Both of him !
most anonymous posters don't cop the unique numerical code assigned them . hee hee !

Posted: Jan 22 2014, 10:11 PM

108242 Same poster, lol. Good stuff.

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