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A Baltimore police officer who was caught on surveillance video beating a man by repeatedly punching him in the face pleaded guilty to second-degree assault today, receiving a five year prison sentence.
However, the judge suspended all but six months of the sentence.
But who would ever think a cop would spend a single day behind bars?
Certainly not Vincent Cosom, who claimed in his police report that he was only defending himself against Kollin Truss who struck him in the body.
However, the video shows Truss was trying to walk away from him and never once struck him.
The incident took place on June 14, 2014, but the city surveillance video did not surface until three months later when the victimís lawyer obtained the footage.
Charges against Truss were dismissed as the video turned into a national story.