Michigan Hospital Security Guards Tase Handcuffed Man, Snatch Camera from WitnessBy Carlos Miller
Jul. 31, 2014
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Hospital security guards in Michigan were struggling with a handcuffed man in a wheelchair who was yelling for help in a parking lot when one of them tasered him in the back.
When the guards noticed a man was video recording, they went after him and snatched his camera, telling him it was “private property” and the torture of the handcuffed man was “confidential.”
The handcuffed man kept yelling, “I fear for my life,” and “please don’t hurt me” as well as the phone number to his girlfriend, [redacted], which I haven’t called because it is currently 4:30 a.m.
A Macomb County sheriff’s deputy appeared and detained the man for video recording.