Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Police Beating of Maryland Student Caught on Video

"In a sworn statement, county police officer Sean McAleavey said McKenna and Donat "struck" other officers and their horses, "causing minor injuries.""

I think that police officers who file false reports should be reprimanded. I believe that the same is true for school officials and employees who file false reports. The Maryland police officers' stories are even more outrageous than stories made up by Richard Werlin and Castle Park Elementary teachers.

Police Beating of Maryland Student Caught on Video
Mara Gay
AOL News
(April 13, 2010

Without the video, this might have been a classic case of "he said, she said."

But there is a video. And so the case against two University of Maryland students accused of attacking police after a basketball game last month was dropped after the footage showed county police beating one of those students repeatedly with a baton. Now a new kind of accusation is being leveled, this one against the officers: police brutality...

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