Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Watch this Patrol Officer Repeatedly Punch a Woman

Watch this California Highway Patrol officer show police brutality by repeatedly punching a woman pinned down to the ground

watch this CHP officer repeatedly punch the woman via caught on camera videos

In a recent incident of Police Brutality a California Highway officer was seen brutally punching a woman repeatedly in the Head. Apparently the video was shot by a passing by motorist who captured the whole incident using his cellphone which appeared to be a violent arrest of a woman on the 10 Freeway near La Brea Avenue in California. The Patrol officer can be seen approaching the woman along the freeway and then knocked her down and then repeatedly punched her in the head and even ripped one of her garments during the violent display of Police brutality. The Officer stopped only when an another off-duty officer came down to help the patrol officer handcuff her. David Diaz who recorded the video was disturbed by the incident and reported the video KTLA5 news channel and also posted it on Youtube where the gory scene of excessive police brutality went viral forcing the CHP department to look into the issue. Victim Marlene Pinnock, 51, said she feared for her life and wanted the officer involved the July 1,2014 incident
Victim marlene pinnock who was repeatedly punched by the patrol officer via police brutality
Victim Marlene Pinnock
fired. Pinnock filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the officer as she recollected her ordeal stating "I was scared for my life because I didn’t know when he was going stop beating me".The officer was identified in the lawsuit as Daniel Andrew, although the CHP did not confirmed his identity. In the lawsuit, Pinnock alleges that the officer "was bamming me in my temples with all the strength he had." Pinnock, who says she has been homeless for five years, did not answer why she was wandering on the freeway onramp under the advisement of her attorney Caree Harper. The CHP may still press charges against Pinnock and Harper says she does not want to say anything potentially self-incriminating. She says she has spent weeks recovering from the emotional and physical trauma in the weeks since the incident."I just think why me? Why did it happen to me? What did I do?". Certainly a case of excessive use of force which could have been solved by a simple chat.