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(YouTube)   Protip: if you're a bunch of cops trying to cover up the use of excessive force, don't just confiscate the phone of the guy filming you, also confiscate the phone of the guy filming him   ( ) divider line
    More: Asinine, police violence, NE Police, NE postcode area  
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7295 clicks; posted to Video » on 07 Apr 2013 at 2:16 PM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

Omaha, NE Police using excessive force for any questions about the video
Video recorded by Michael S Lynch II.
The two males were seeing why the vehicles were being towed. The male in the blue truck pulled up late after getting out he asked officers why the cars were being towed, cops asked him things which i wasnt able to hear he moved towards the front left fender then towards the front bumper when he started walking back towards his drivers door it seemed to appear thats what he was either directed to do or was doing out of free will. Instantly the officer from behind him pursued a takedown forcing extreme force just to cuff him. The office put his knee in his back and neck taking multiple punches also the brother was recording and the officer seen him as to close to the other officers while doing so they proceeded with all that he moved to the side walk the rest of what he did was on the video but when the man filming took off towards the house to give the camera to his aunt, who is handicapped and wheel chair bound sitting in the hallway the whole time when he got into the house she was knocked down. Later admitted by the officer arresting him outside. I was not able to hear much more then the camera itself so everything they said was not heard.​6cw check out this also​ds&sns=em

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