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Post your Police brutality vidz here....

 
Ijustforgotit
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06/27/2012 10:51 AM
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Post your Police brutality vidz here....
Post your Police brutality vidz here.... also if you have one of a cop being decent you can post that too

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Re: Post your Police brutality vidz here....
for some reason im having a problem posting them here they wont post
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Re: Post your Police brutality vidz here....
I don't have a video but I have a story that happened about 8 years ago and has scarred me for life.

I'd always seen it on the news or on tv and never thought I'd witness it.


I was driving into town with my then toddler. I had for some reason taken the back way (dirt roads back country roads) that I rarely took. When I got to the end of the road a woman was laying in the ditch, I stopped and jumped out. She was crying/sobbing. She told me she had been beaten and didn't know where she was. She said she got on a bus and left home (NY) and I was in VA. It was obvious that she had some type of problems (mental) whether it was depression or bipolar or whatever I don't know. She was so thankful and sweet. I tried to find a woman's shelter near by and asked if she had family I could call. I called her sister and got no answer. Another couple stopped and said they'd contact the sheriffs department to find a local shelter. I put the lady in my truck and and gave her some crackers and whatever I had to drink. She started sobbing again and thanking me for being her angel. The deputy showed up and we talked. He said he'd have to take her in and out her in a holding cell until relatives could pick her up. I told him no and got back into the truck to talk to her. I told her I'd take her to the greyhound station and buy her a ticket home if she wanted to and that I'd put her up in a hotel if need be. She agreed. The deputy heard the conversation and told me that was not acceptable. At this point the 2nd deputy showed up. They spoke and walked around my truck. They opened the door, grabbed her by her hair and drug her across the pavement kicking and screaming crying. I tried to get her and when I did the other officer restrained me and told me he would take me too if I didn't back down.


I will never forget that day as long as I live. I filed a complaint and tried to get her out. Neither attempt was successful.
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