14 Cops Take Out Homeless Man With One Leg And Try To Stop People From Filming

Screenshot

Screenshot

A video surfaced recently showing a handcuffed homeless man with one leg being assaulted by a large group of police officers. The man was attacked by over a dozen police officers, some who pinned him down, others who prevented bystanders from filming.

Journalist Chaedria LaBouvier was on the scene and was able to get one of the best recordings of the incident.

The police were called on the man because he was allegedly carrying around “sticks.” However, those “sticks” were simply his crutches, because he obviously needs them to walk considering that he only has one leg.

As the police became aggressive with him, onlookers began to protest the brutality but the police ignored them, and attempted to put distance between themselves and the bystanders.

At one point during the struggle, the homeless man’s pants were removed and the police left him there in the street like that restrained.

LaBouvier yelled to the officers and asked them if they were, “protecting and serving the community by having this man half naked.”

“If that’s policing, where a man who is handicapped and is half naked on the street is policing, you’re not policing…. I’m a member of this community and I don’t feel protected. I don’t feel safe,” LaBouvier said.

Another bystander yelled, “They ain’t gonna shoot you man, that’s why we have these cameras out here.”

After the incident, the man was forcibly taken the hospital and was not charged with anything because he was not doing anything wrong.


This article (14 Cops Take Out Homeless Man With One Leg And Try To Stop People From Filming) is free and open source. You have permission to republish this article under a Creative Commons license with attribution to the author and TrueActivist.com.

John Vibes is an author and researcher who organizes a number of large events including the Free Your Mind Conference. He also has a publishing company where he offers a censorship free platform for both fiction and non-fiction writers. You can contact him and stay connected to his work at his Facebook page. You can purchase his books, or get your own book published at his website www.JohnVibes.com.

To Top