A judge says a veteran cop is not guilty of punching a woman in the face after last year’s Puerto Rican Day parade in Philadelphia. The incident was caught on video and seen around the world.
Here’s video of the incident:
I cannot believe any judge would truthfully consider that lawful behavior. As usual the system is merely protecting it’s own.
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Because by all means assault a woman for no real reason when there are other options of force available, doubly so given the number of officers around.
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Many know his private name and information however due to the current political climate, many are distancing themselves due to the abandonment of Due Process.
It seems he lost his job at least, so that’s something.
Though it appears that he’s appealing to get it back since he was found not guilty. Considering the Officer Harless incident, I’m not holding my breath. He’ll be back to work soon enough, probably with back pay to boot.
Yeah it says the Police commissioner opposes it but if he’s got backing you’re right he’ll likely be back.
Also note that, apparently, no one came to her defense. See a cop bust a woman in the face, while she was walking away from said cop, and do nothing. Just turn away. Nothing to see here.
It’s societal. It’s cultural. We allow this to happen and it will happen more. Our cowardice emboldens evil behavior.