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    LOL Utah Cop can FUCK HIMSELF. Bullshit apology will fix nothing.
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    N/m different dick cop.
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    I don't think the Guardia Civil have ever been posted in this thread, but they're in the running for this week's Biggest Cunts In Blue award

    There are so many graphic & bloody vids of them attacking voters in the Catalan Referendum today that I had trouble choosing which one to post. No-one was spared. They brutalised the frail, the elderly, people walking little dogs, parents carrying children. There are vids of Catalan's own police force trying to protect voters from Spanish police, & vids of Catalan firefighters forming human barriers to protect people.

    There's also vids of them running into the polling stations in balaclavas & violently stealing the ballot boxes.



    There's so much mobile ph footage still being posted that I'm sure I haven't even seen the worst yet

    Here's a small sample :








    Edit : & pix of women trying to protect the ballot boxes from police thugs
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    What a shitstorm this is. People peacefully protesting (in this case by trying to vote in a referendum) being attacked by those who are sworn to protect and to serve.
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    lol at Nestle being some vicious smiter, she's the nicest person on this site besides probably puzzld. Or at least the last person to resort to smiting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by puzzld View Post
    What a shitstorm this is. People peacefully protesting (in this case by trying to vote in a referendum) being attacked by those who are sworn to protect and to serve.
    I could see this happening here pretty easily.

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    So I want to know how much compassion this officer had when he encountered someone else with drugs??? Such hypocrisy!

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime...id=mailsignout

    Video shows Florida deputy accused of stealing from dying man

    A sheriff's deputy is accused of stealing from the empty house of a dying man while Hurricane Irma put south Florida in a state of emergency. The incident was caught on security video.

    Jay Rosoff called the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office on September 12 and requested a welfare check for his 85-year-old father. Rosoff, who lives in North Carolina, told deputies the indoor surveillance camera in his father's Boynton Beach home did not detect any movement, according to a document obtained by CNN. His father, Moe Rosoff, had remained alone during the hurricane.

    Three deputies responded and found Rosoff, who family members say had fallen and hit his head during a power outage, on the floor of the master bathroom. He was transported to a nearby hospital, and the deputies left the home. Rosoff died the same day.

    According to a probable cause affidavit, Deputy Jason Cooke, who was not involved in the initial call, later came to the home and was shown on video going through the house. Police say Cooke has confessed to taking drugs from the home. He was arrested on October 19 on several charges, including burglary and larceny.
    Incident recorded on security video

    Here is how the affidavit describes the incident:

    Cooke, in uniform, arrived at Rosoff's home about an hour and a half after the other deputies left.

    The home's surveillance camera alerted Jay Rosoff and his brother Steven that there was movement inside their father's home. They immediately watched the footage, and said they saw Cooke enter the home through the garage. The deputy learned the entry code by listening to the initial call, officials said.

    The video shows Cooke go into the master bedroom, the documents say, but it is unknown what he did there because the camera is in the common area. He reappears a couple of minutes later as he walks from the bedroom to the kitchen. Cooke picks up an item that seems to be a container and empties it on his hand before putting it in his pocket, the documents say, adding that he does this again with a second item and proceeds to inspect the kitchen cabinets and drawers.

    Cooke disappears as he goes to the rooms in the front of the house. He later reappears walking back to the garage and is seen holding his hand on his mouth as if he were consuming something, the documents say.

    The deputy left the home minutes after he entered it. The Rosoff brothers reported the incident, and the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office opened an investigation.

    "We were outraged and disgusted when we viewed this," a Rosoff family statement said.
    'A bad decision'

    Another deputy identified Cooke on the video during the investigation. He was questioned and confessed to taking Tramadol from the home. It is a pain reliever that is a Schedule 4 controlled substance. Cooke also admitted taking some other medications from a death investigation and not submitting them to evidence, police said.

    Teri Barbera, public information officer for Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, said the department "never forgets about its duty to preserve the public's trust."

    "Unfortunately, sometimes an employee makes a bad decision, which leads to misconduct," Barbera said. "We investigated and determined his actions were criminal in nature, resulting in the charges."

    Cooke was released on October 20 on $28,000 bond and is on administrative leave from the sheriff's office.

    The conditions of his release include receiving substance abuse treatment, random drug tests at least once a week, and the surrender of his firearms to the sheriff's office. Cooke is due back in court on November 20.
    'A perfect example of the opioid epidemic'

    Cooke's attorney, Stuart Kaplan, told CNN this case is "a perfect example of the opioid epidemic, with respect to medication."

    The attorney said his client has faced "traumatizing" circumstances in both his personal life and in his job as a police officer.

    Kaplan said he understands the gravity of the situation but that he hopes people are "compassionate" when someone steals medication for personal use because of an addiction.

    "The video speaks for itself, and it highlights the epidemic we're dealing with," Kaplan said. "People who have good intentions, good people, can get hooked on these medications."

    The attorney would not comment on the criminal proceedings against his client.


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    He left an apology note? Ok he's crazy.
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    that's what makes him crazy? I thought it was the chips.

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    Oh, and this update happened a couple of weeks ago.

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/11/health...est/index.html

    Utah officer fired for forcibly handcuffing nurse who defied him

    A Utah police officer has been fired after he forcibly arrested a nurse who refused to let him draw blood from an unconscious patient in July.
    A police body camera recorded the July 26 arrest of Alex Wubbels, a nurse at the University of Utah's hospital burn unit.
    Last month, an internal investigation found that Payne and his watch commander Lt. James Tracey violated policies when they arrested the nurse.

    Payne's attorney said the Salt Lake City Police Department dismissed his client and demoted Tracey to the rank of officer.

    Police Chief Mike Brown notified Payne of the termination in a letter, attorney Greg Skorda said.

    The police department declined to comment on the disciplinary action, but Salt Lake City's mayor applauded the firing.

    "The decision ... is in keeping with the high level of accountability we owe the people of Salt Lake City," Mayor Jackie Biskupski said in a statement. "In making his decision, I am confident Chief Brown balanced the unique stresses each of our police officers deal with daily, and the responsibility they have as leaders in our community."

    Biskupski said the internal investigation found that Payne violated several city and department policies, including those pertaining to arrests, ethics and officer conduct.

    Wubbels' attorney, Karra Porter, said the detective's termination is not a surprise to anyone who watched the body cam footage.


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    He left an apology note? Ok he's crazy.
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    that's what makes him crazy? I thought it was the chips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    So I want to know how much compassion this officer had when he encountered someone else with drugs??? Such hypocrisy!

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime...id=mailsignout

    Video shows Florida deputy accused of stealing from dying man
    Since dude listened to the initial call, he must've heard there were cameras. Numnuts.


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    yes i said i will leave it under you storage he said cuddle with me i said shut up it over??? what am i doing wrong??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nic B View Post
    Since dude listened to the initial call, he must've heard there were cameras. Numnuts.
    I had the same thought. Either he wasn't too bright, or he thought they turned them off after the man was taken to the hospital.


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    He left an apology note? Ok he's crazy.
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    that's what makes him crazy? I thought it was the chips.

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    Ex-SC Cop Who Killed Walter Scott Will Learn Fate Soon

    http://www.wltx.com/news/local/micha...ling/492655946

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlawrence View Post
    Ex-SC Cop Who Killed Walter Scott Will Learn Fate Soon

    http://www.wltx.com/news/local/micha...ling/492655946
    Michael Slager, the former South Carolina police officer who killed unarmed black man Walter Scott, was sentenced Thursday to 20 years in federal prison.

    US District Court Judge David Norton made his decision after hearing victim impact statements from Scott's relatives. Norton earlier Thursday had said the "appropriate underlying offense" for Slager, who is white, was second-degree murder and suggested a sentence of 19 to 24 years in prison.

    Slager pleaded guilty in May to violation of civil rights by acting under the color of law in Scott's 2015 killing. Slager's 2016 state murder trial ended in a mistrial.

    Federal prosecutors sought a life sentence for Slager, arguing he had committed second-degree murder and also should be punished for obstructing justice by providing the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division with false statements.

    Slager shot Scott five times in the back "for running away, simply for having a broken taillight," federal prosecutor Jared Fishman told the court in his closing statement this week.

    It's "time to call it what it was -- a murder," Fishman said, specifying second-degree murder.
    But defense attorney Andy Savage argued that while Slager's actions were criminal, they did not amount to murder. The appropriate offense was voluntary manslaughter, Slager's attorneys said.

    A probation officer had recommended Slager be sentenced to 10 to 13 years in prison.

    Norton recognized Thursday that neither the Scott family nor the Slager family likely would be pleased with the sentence he handed down, adding that sentencing is the hardest facet of his more than 27 years on the bench.
    http://www.cnn.com/2017/12/07/us/mic...ing/index.html
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    lol at Nestle being some vicious smiter, she's the nicest person on this site besides probably puzzld. Or at least the last person to resort to smiting.
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    Fuck the jurors that let these murderous cunts off.

    Fuck them all to hell. They're as guilty as the filth that pull the trigger because if they didn't keep letting them walk, over & over & over again, violent cops would consider the consequences & show some fucking restraint before they sprayed bullets at unarmed, nonviolent, compliant people.


    I cannot believe they let this lunatic walk. He is fucking INSANE

    (judge refused to release the vid until today - after Brailsford already got off )


    NSFL



    This is Daniel & his unhinged killer, Phillip Brailsford

    (could've sworn we had a thread on it but I can't find anything )




    https://m.facebook.com/JusticeForDaniel/


    https://www.standard.co.uk/news/worl...-a3713946.html




    The #WhiteLivesMatter protesters are silent so far, Shaun King & #BLM aren't though.

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    I noticed also today we don't have a thread for Daniel Shaver, so I'm going to make one, so if we do, can someone merge the one I'm about to make?


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    Just came across a tweet from this kid's brother.



    http://m.wsfa.com/wsfa/db_330846/con...tguid=kX8FSvEy
    Police: Teen resisted arrest, led to use of physical force
    WSFA 12 News Staff
    Dec 25, 2017 03:08 PM
    TROY, AL (WSFA) - The Troy Police Department has asked the State Bureau of Investigation to investigate after officers arrested a 17-year-old using physical force.

    According to police, Troy officers saw the teen walk from behind a closed downtown business Saturday around 11:52 p.m. As the officers exited their patrol vehicle and approached, they say the subject fled on foot. Police say they apprehended the teen on Madison Street but he refused to comply with officers' demands to put his hands behind his back.

    Police say the subject struggled and reached for his waistband as if reaching for a weapon. Officers said this led to them using physical force to restrain him.

    The 17-year-old was taken to Troy Regional Medical Center for treatment then to UAB for further treatment. He was charged with obstructing governmental operations and resisting arrest, both misdemeanors.

    Police say officers returned to the area and the path the teen ran and found a handgun lying on the ground. It was placed into evidence for further processing.

    The case is still under investigation. Police say because of the subject's age, no further information will be released at this time.

    & his brother's tweet

    https://twitter.com/_IAmSpiff_/statu...16679611949062
    Justice for my lil brother , Didnt deserve what happened to him lastnight. Pray for the fam 🙏🏾💯
    As you can see, he's still in cuffs.

    These are pix his brother posted showing his appearance before he was met with "reasonable force"


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    Dude is unrecognizable. Resisting arrest and obstruction, huh? Someone finally got wise to the illogical 'resisting arrest as the only charge' thing and attempted to add on an equally untenable charge. Pfft.
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    I can't even with this shit. Exactly HOW are we any different than any other country out there that beats and kills it's citizens at will?

    Oh yeah. We're not. We militarized our Police.
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    I thought the exact same thing. Poor Brennen Tammons.
    Oh well, back to gum.
    ....or exchanging Puke's wang for spicy nuts.
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    I know, right? What the fuck, puke? Willing to take in Boston, an Irish dude and like, 17 dogs but not Ron? poor Ron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston Babe 73 View Post
    I can't even with this shit. Exactly HOW are we any different than any other country out there that beats and kills it's citizens at will?

    Oh yeah. We're not. We militarized our Police.
    And if you don't like it, you need to get out!
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    Ron was the best part, hands down.

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    I hope I am posting this in the right place.

    This story left me speechless. I'm not known for having no words.

    Lots of video at link.

    Sheriff caught on camera ordering officers to kill unarmed man.

    A US sheriff is being sued for using excessive force after he was caught on camera ordering his deputies to kill a man involved in a low-speed car chase.

    Law enforcement officers tailed Michael Dial, 33, through Tennessee in April for driving without a licence.

    During the chase, which only reached about 80km/h, officers from White County attempted to ram Mr Dial?s ute, which was towing a full trailer, off the road.

    White County sheriff Oddie Shoupe ordered his officers, via a radio dispatcher, to "take the subject out" and "use deadly force if necessary".

    According to a federal lawsuit, Mr Shoupe gave the shoot-to-kill order ?solely to prevent damage to patrol cars?.

    When the car was driven off the highway into a ditch, deputy Adam West followed the order and fired nine shots at Mr Dial. Sparta police officer Charlie Sims also fired about five shots at the driver. At least one of the shots hit Mr Dial in the head. The father-of-one?s lifeless body was removed from the car wreck and he was later pronounced dead in hospital. He was not armed.

    Body-cam footage of the incident confirms that Mr Shoupe gave the order to use deadly force.

    ?I said, ?Don?t ram him, shoot him.? F**k that s**t. Ain?t gonna tear up my cars,? he says on the video.

    ?If they don?t think I?ll give the damn order to kill that motherf***er, they?re full of s**t. Take him out.?

    Mr Shoupe turned up on the scene after the shooting, and seemed disappointed to have missed the action.

    ?I love this s**t. God I tell you what, I thrive on it,? he said.

    The footage shows that Mr West is clearly upset immediately after the incident, but Mr Shoupe consoled him by saying he was following orders.

    ?I made the decision. You don?t have to worry about it. I took that away from y?all,? the sheriff said.

    ?You don?t have to worry about nothing. Everything?s cool. You done exactly right."

    Mr Dial?s widow, Robyn Dial, has filed a federal lawsuit against Mr Shoupe, Mr West, Mr Sims and the City of Sparta.

    The lawyer acting for Mrs Dial said Mr Shoupe?s comments were ?very troubling?.

    ?I don?t know how you can thrive on taking a human life,? David Weissman said in a statement.

    ?That?s not law enforcement. If that?s the mentality of the highest policy maker in the county, that?s scary.

    ?Our lawsuit alleges that the force used here was excessive and in clear violation of the constitution.

    ?We will do everything in our power to seek justice for Mr Dial?s wife and child."

    Mrs Dial told Tennessee?s News Channel 5 that she couldn?t believe her husband was gone.

    ?Why didn?t he stop? He was scared. I know him enough to know that,? she said.

    ?When I wake up every day and he?s not there, it?s like going through it all over again.

    ?I feel with every part of me that?s exactly what they wanted to do was kill him."

    Tennessee district attorney Bryant Dunaway has ruled that the shooting was justified and said in a statement after the incident that Mr Dial was ?a dangerous and unstable subject?.

    Mr Shoupe has declined requests for comment.

    The case has come the light the same week that a grand jury has convened to decide whether to charge police officer Mohamed Noor, who shot dead Australian woman Justine Damond in July.

    http://www.news.com.au/world/north-a...ae82#sharehash

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    Nude photo of controversial Oregon sheriff posted on Facebook
    http://www.oregonlive.com/pacific-no...ersial_or.html



    LOL -
    "I am facing an unusual personal circumstance."
    Hanlin gained national attention in the wake of the October 2015 shooting at Umpqua Community College that left 10 people dead, when it was reported that he had once posted about a Sandy Hook conspiracy theory on his Facebook page.

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    An off-duty police officer thought a man stole Mentos. So he drew his gun.
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.66bdbaac90ad (Video at link)

    For a moment, after the off-duty officer produced his pistol, Jose Arreola considered how he might die over a $1.19 pack of Mentos.

    Arreola had already paid for the mints in an Orange County gas station March 16 and slid them into his pocket. The officer behind him, clad in black shorts and a sweatshirt, appears to think he sees a crime in progress.

    The officer reaches for his semiautomatic pistol, and in a quick action, pulls back the pistol slide to chamber a round, a video shows. “Give that back … police officer,” he tells a stunned Arreola.

    Recounting the event later to the Orange County Register, Arreola envisioned how the next few moments could unfold.

    “I thought my wife could be a widow after tonight,” Arreola, 49, told the California newspaper about his encounter with the Buena Park police officer.

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    ALPHARETTA, Ga. -- A police department in Georgia has opened an internal investigation into why an elderly black woman was dragged out of her car during a traffic stop, authorities say. The Alpharetta Department of Public Safety says an officer has resigned following the May 4 incident outside of Atlanta, which was caught on dashcam video.

    The 65-year-old woman was pulled over after an Alpharetta police officer saw her vehicle drift into another lane, nearly causing a collision, the department said in a Facebook post. The woman refused to sign her ticket, as required by law in Georgia, and was told she would be arrested for not complying.

    She requested a supervisor, who was immediately notified, the department said. The situation, seen on the dashcam video, escalated when backup officers arrived on the scene.

    Alpharetta police said the woman became upset and struck the officer with the door of her vehicle when she tried to pull it closed. She was then told she was under arrest, police said, but did not obey the officer's order to step out of her car, saying she wanted to wait for the supervisor.

    One of the officers can been heard on the video yelling, "You're not in charge, shut the [expletive] up and get out of the car," before two other officers are seen attempting to pull her from the car. The woman is hear crying for help as the officers pull her arms behind her back.

    Officer James Legg, who was identified as the officer who used vulgar language, "interjected himself into the situation using language and tactics that were inappropriate, even inflammatory," according to the department's Facebook post. Legg resigned from the department on May 11. We strive to be a transparent department. If we are going to be 100 percent transparent, that means that we also must be willing to share with you any major concerns that arise regarding employee performance and behavior," Public Safety Chief John Robison said. "There are aspects about this video that simply do not represent our organization."

    Robison said he immediately ordered an internal affairs investigation and promised decisive action at the conclusion of the investigation.
    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/georgia...oman-from-car/

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    Florida police officer beats daughter in school office as employees watch


    MIAMI --
    A father is under arrest after allegedly beating his daughter at school.

    The attack was caught on camera -- and shows school employees going about their business and doing nothing to stop him.

    The father, Raymond Emilio Rosario, is also a Miami-Dade police officer with a position at an airport.

    Police say on March 19th, a teacher called to tell him his 14-year-old daughter was being disrespectful.

    After he arrived at the school's front office, surveillance video shows him slapping his daughter in the face, grabbing her by the hair and striking her twice on the legs with a belt.

    Employees didn't intervene at the time but did eventually report the incident to the Florida Department of Children and families.

    Rosario surrendered to authorities for child abuse with no great bodily harm on April 2.

    The Miami-Dade Police Department suspended him with pay.


    http://abc7chicago.com/florida-polic...watch/3461497/

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    Reminds me of my childhood except my dad wasn't a cop, he was a crackhead. You don't like the way cops act? Next time you're in trouble, call a crackhead!
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    http://www.wrcbtv.com/story/38306636...et-nude-photos

    A Volusia County Sheriff's Office news release says 25-year-old Joshua David Fancher was arrested Tuesday afternoon at the Orange City Police Department on a Georgia warrant charging him with making terroristic threats.

    The victim had told the Lowndes County Sheriff's Department in Georgia that she was getting threatening messages from an unknown person demanding nude photos from her. Authorities say the messages included threats to kill and rape her family members if she didn't provide the pictures.

    Francher resigned from the Orange City Police Department after being confronted with the charges. He was being held without bond on a Georgia warrant. Jail records didn't list an attorney.


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    He left an apology note? Ok he's crazy.
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    that's what makes him crazy? I thought it was the chips.

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    https://www.seattlepi.com/news/crime...g-12994576.php

    Update but this time in Arizona

    PHOENIX (AP) — The attorney for an Arizona man seen on police video being beaten and mocked while bleeding on a hospital floor said Thursday that it's further evidence an already embattled suburban Phoenix police department has a pattern of acting above the law.

    For the third time in a week, body camera videos from the Mesa Police Department have put the agency's policies on the use of force under scrutiny.

    Defense attorney Bret Royle said he recently obtained the videos from the January arrest of Jose Luis Conde while negotiating a plea deal for him. Royle said the footage paints a more brutal picture than what he read in police reports.

    "When officers act like this, it causes citizens to question the integrity of other officers," Royle said during a news conference at his office. "They violated the trust of prosecutors when they wrote reports that were at minimum embellished if not falsified."

    Conde is facing two counts of resisting arrest and one count each of aggravated assault, possession or use of narcotic drugs and escape.

    The 23-year-old landscape worker was a passenger in a car Mesa police stopped Jan. 28 for possible drunken driving. An officer did a pat-down search of him and believed he was concealing drugs, according to the police incident report.

    The officer then thought Conde was going to attack him and took him to the ground. He continued to struggle and allegedly swung his fists at the officer. They later found three baggies appearing to contain cocaine inside his sock.

    While two officers sustained scrapes, Conde was transported to a hospital. Police said Conde tried to flee his hospital room but was caught in the hallway and pushed back by officers.

    Video shows an officer punched and elbowed Conde four times while he was handcuffed. Conde said they also threw him into a wall, gouged him in the eye and struck his head with a massive flashlight. He also had to have part of his ear sewn back on.

    "They laughed at me while I laid in a pool of my own blood, barely conscious. And this is no laughing matter," Conde said.

    He said it's unacceptable that the officers involved have not been disciplined and could possibly do this to other people. "My hope is that my case can bring meaningful change to the Mesa Police Department," Conde said.

    In a statement, police Chief Ramon Batista said Conde's arrest is under review but the videos shared don't tell the whole story. The police, Bautista said, will appropriately review any incident that comes to their attention.

    "In recent weeks, the Mesa Police Department and our community have experienced some significant challenges. Please be assured that we will get through this difficult period together and emerge even stronger," Batista said.

    Last week, the chief enlisted a former prosecutor to investigate two other videotaped encounters. Internal investigations are also underway in both cases, and the police department in nearby Scottsdale will investigate and make recommendations to prosecutors about possible charges.

    Footage from body and security cameras shows Mesa officers roughly treating a teenager who was arrested May 17 on suspicion of armed robbery and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. The footage shows officers cursing the youth and grabbing the collar of his T-shirt tightly around his neck.

    In the other case, video shows Mesa officers punching 33-year-old Robert Johnson several times as he stands against a wall while looking at his phone on May 23. Police were responding to another man attempting to break into his ex-girlfriend's apartment. Johnson was standing next to that suspect at the time.

    Mesa City Court on Wednesday granted prosecutors' motion to dismiss disorderly conduct and hindering prosecution charges against Johnson.

    "We expect the officers involved in the beating of my client to face disciplinary action and termination within the Mesa Police Department," Johnson's attorney, Benjamin Taylor, said in a statement Thursday.

    Seven officers have been placed on administrative leave with pay — two in the teen's arrest and five in the case involving Johnson.

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