Appeals Court Orders More Prison Time For Cop Who Beat MotoristIowa police officer who savagely beat a motorist will return to federal prison to serve more time.
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Twenty months in jail is nowhere near sufficient punishment for an Iowa cop who brutally beat a motorist, the US Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit ruled on Thursday. Des Moines Police Officer Mersed Dautovic had been convicted assaulting Octavius Bonds with a baton during a September 12, 2008 traffic stop.