NYPD Cop Paws on Woman Standing on Sidewalk Before Pouncing on Friend for Recording

by Carlos Miller
Apr. 30, 2015

For years, the New York City Police Department has publicly acknowledged that they recognize citizens have the legal right to record them in public.

And for years, the NYPD has continually violated the rights of citizens to record them in public.

After all, lawsuits mean nothing if the cops are not held personally liable.

So NYPD officer Jonathan Munoz has nothing to worry about, even though surveillance cameras prove him to be a lying thug when he arrested a man last year for attempting to video record him pawing his female friend.

The  video from three surveillance cameras was recently obtained by the law firm, Rankin & Taylor, PLLC, and posted online with narration, which you can see below.

It shows Munoz walking up to a young woman smoking a cigarette on a public sidewalk, then placing his hands on her in a frisky, suggestive manner.

Sensing that the advances were not welcomed, Jason Disisto asked another friend for his phone, so he could start recording.

That was when Munoz stormed up to him and grabbed his arm with two other cops joining in. They then threw him in a car and drove away, but not before throwing the phone out the window where it landed on the sidewalk and broke.

It was essentially a kidnapping.

Munoz then accused Disisto of lunging at him and taking a him, which is why he was charged with obstructing governmental administration, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest, charges that were eventually dismissed.

But Munoz, of course, remains on the beat, making the streets unsafer.

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