Former Secret Service Agent Claims Police Brutalityby 9NEWS NOW
Jan. 21, 2012
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SILVER SPRING, MD (WUSA) --- A retired US Secret Service agent says his 17-year-old son was in handcuffs with his feet bound when he was attacked by a Montgomery County police officer who grabbed him by the throat and slammed his head into a patrol car.
"It was very unprofessional and it was abusive and it was excessive force and it was police brutality," said John Pyles, who says he had a 23-year career in law enforcement and was offended by the behavior.
[...]"I had one cop on left arm and one on the right and the third behind me holding the back of my neck and keep in mind I'm handcuffs and shackles. The next thing you know, a fourth cop gets out of his car and walks up to me yelling and cursing and he grabs me by the throat, not the neck, but by the actual throat...and he just started threatening me and dragged me across the street by my throat to the point where I'm blue in the face and can't breathe.
"And then after my dad says very clearly' Please don't hurt my son,' he slammed my head into the hood of his car," Jake said.