Cop Get Splashed By Water, Punches Innocent Woman He Wrongly Thought Threw It In The FaceChris | InformationLiberation
Oct. 01, 2012
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A taxfeeder in uniform gets splashed by someone throwing some water at him, he responds by sucker punching a random small woman in the face whom he wrongly thought threw the water, then arresting her. She is then dragged away with blood pouring from her face. The non-existent "good cops" around him, of course, do nothing and don't even bat an eyelid. Note, this taxfeeder receives some $85,000-$110,000 in taxpayer loot per year, or maybe even more, for his "public service."
Update via NBC Philadelphia:
Philadelphia Police told NBC10 that [the woman in the video Aida Guzman] was cited for spraying silly string at officers who were conducting a vehicle stop at North 5th Street and Lehigh Avenue.Nice to know they found some charges to slap her with. I love the idea because someone in the past supposedly threw urine or bleach at some police, that therefor justifies the cop decking this innocent woman in the face because he wrongly thought she threw liquid at him. Meanwhile, both those substances give off substantial odors, but what does that even matter as it's an obvious BS excuse to justify a beat down?
This cop is a criminal and needs to go to be charged with assault, fired, and jailed. Treat him the same as if the woman went and decked him because she thought he threw water at her. That would be "equality before the law," would it not? If he decked her over the silly string, is violently decking a small woman in the face really an appropriate response to being sprayed with silly string?
Of course, regardless of what "should" happen, chances are he will get a paid vacation, be exonerated by his "brothers," and get a promotion. In fact, punching innocent women in the face is what makes police chief material.
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