Cops Search Woman's Home Without A Warrant, Beat Her When She Asks WhyChris | InformationLiberation
Apr. 29, 2014
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Two Massachusetts cops beat a woman who questioned them why they searched her home without a warrant, then charged her for assault and battery, assault on an officer, and resisting arrest. The officers said in their report they felt threatened because she was holding a fork while questioning them. One of the officers claimed he was grazed by it during his gangland style assault. After her video of the scuffle was viewed by prosecutors, they dropped all charges. Nonetheless, the police chief said his officers' actions were "justified" and failed to perform even a cursory self-investigation.