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Who cuffs the cops? Police excessive force 1.5 million judgment in California

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What happens when a CHP officer "goes postal" and starts beating down a citizen with a display of excessive force?  Are we lead to believe this is a one-time incident or is the problem of assault & battery by police officers a bigger problem than we think?  

Here is the police beatdown video, you can see the brutality and for yourself.  

The incident was reported on fox news website:

"When this incident occurred, I promised that I would look into it and vowed a swift resolution," Farrow's statement said. "Today, we have worked constructively to reach a settlement agreement that is satisfactory to all parties involved."

That's great, there is a swift settlement, but this settlement agreement is NOT to MY satisfaction, as someone (who as a kid) was harassed for no reason by an officer in Upland, California, I would respectfully request that each CHP officer, and commanding officer, submit to 5 addtional excessive-force training videos PER YEAR so that this type of incident won't happen again.  The cop should also be cuffed, arrested, and read his rights.  Join Vondran Legal Civil Litigation Attorneys and Frontline Liesee as they examine the legal issues surrounding personal injuries caused by brutality of law enforcement officers.

 

 

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