August 14, 2013
Warning: Video contains graphic language
A hefty plainclothes sergeant from the Boston Police Department figured the best way to not be exposed on camera was to physically confront a videographer, shoving him with his belly and pushing him back while threatening to arrest him for felony assault on an officer.
This, of course, is another common practice used by police, ranking right up there with ordering a non-resistant suspect to “stop resisting” while physically pummeling him.
“You touch me again and I will lock you up for assault and battery on a police officer,” the burly sergeant told the burping videographer.
This article was posted: Wednesday, August 14, 2013 at 5:19 pm
Tags: police state