Officer turns off body cam beats man gay
Matt Agorist January 25, Their disturbing actions were captured on both of their body cams, that is, until they turned them off to hide their crimes. Deputy Charlie Walker and Deputy Christopher Moores were shaking down a man on his bicycle last October when the brutality and subsequent cover-up was captured on film. The man was then kidnapped by police who had robbed him of his phone and bicycle and he was then dropped off far across town, miles from home with no means of getting back or calling someone for a ride. However, they received nothing severe and were certainly not fired despite a captain in the department recommending their termination. They had to write an essay, got a vacation, and were forced to repay the man for belongings they took from him and lost—for beating him, kidnapping him, dumping him off far from home, and covering the entire incident up.
Officer involved in Monday shooting had body cam turned off
Officer Turns Off Body Cam and Screams "Who's The Man" as He Beats Defenseless Homeless Man
An officer who was involved in a Monday shooting that left a man hospitalized turned off her body camera just before the incident. During the altercation, she shot year-old Armand Bennet in the forehead. Bennet's attorney, Nandi Campbell, said her client never resisted, and she claims the officer fired a second shot at her client as he ran away. The officer's attorney countered that Lewis had turned her body camera off because her shift was about to end and she was on her way back to the Fourth District station when she initiated the traffic stop that led to the shooting. Why should I be surprised that she took the camera off?
Josie Wales April 27, Albuquerque, NM — Disturbing new details have emerged in the case of an Albuquerque police officer Cedric Greer, who was caught turning off his body cam in order to beat a homeless man. As we previously reported , the misconduct was brought to light when a cadet turned Greer in after witnessing the beating.