Couple at centre of "police brutality" video appeal for witnesses

Darlington and Stockton Times: Darran Dunford Darran Dunford

A COUPLE at the centre of a video accusing police officers of brutality today (Wednesday, December 18) said that a formal complaint has been lodged and witnesses are being sought.

The video, taken on August 1, shows the aftermath of an incident in Stockton High Street in which a couple, Darran Dunford and Leigh Leach, were arrested.

CCTV footage viewed 23,000 times on YouTube entitled Cleveland Police Brutality: putting people first, shows officers pinning Mr Dunford to the road before pressing his head into the ground - a manoeuvre he says rendered him unconscious.

One officer is then shown repeatedly kneeing him in the back before another delivers a series of blows to his upper body.

In a witness statement obtained by The Northern Echo, one officer confirms he punched Mr Dunford in the face during the arrest.

Mr Dunford was later convicted of two counts of assaulting an officer in the execution of his or her duty.

The force say that the tactics used during his arrest were approved and necessary as Mr Dunford was trying to resist arrest - a claim the couple vehemently deny.

Mr Dunford said the incident left him cut, bruised and urinating blood.

The 43-year-old was on his way home from a folk festival in Stockton when he was stopped by police officers responding to reports of a man being drunk and disorderly in a nearby pub.

He was arrested and handcuffed after swearing at the officers. During the arrest, he claims there was an accidental "clash of heads" as the officers tried to get him into the police car.

However, Cleveland Police say Mr Dunford headbutted the officers.

Mr Dunford said: "I was in the police car when the majority of officers turned up.

"They dragged me out of it. I was unconscious after being punched in the head, there's no way I was resisting.

"They said they were punching me to give me a dead arm but that's nonsense, I was already cuffed when they dragged me out of the car."

Ms Leach said: "It was terrifying. I wanted to call the police but it was the police."

The footage also shows Ms Leach, 45, being forcibly taken to the ground and arrested. She said: "I was screaming at them, asking them why they were punching him.

"It was like a nightmare, the level of aggression was awful."

Ms Leach has lodged a formal complaint with the force over her treatment during her arrest.

She said: "When they arrested me, my dress was pulled up and showing my underwear. I asked them to pull it down but even the WPC refused to touch me.

"I travelled in the police van with male officers to Middlesbrough with my thong showing and it was only when I got to the station that a female custody sergeant ordered them to pull my dress down.

"It was humiliating and degrading."

Mr Dunford plans to appeal his conviction and lodge a complaint.

He is appealing for witnesses to the incident to contact him. "There were other people around that evening and I want them to come forward to help us get justice," he said.

"I want to make it clear that I committed no crime to justify the police pulling me over in the first place."

Following a statement released last week in which the force said there was a danger the CCTV footage could be taken out of context if not viewed with the full knowledge of the facts, Deputy Chief Constable of Cleveland Police Iain Spittal added: "I am satisfied that, following an internal review of the circumstances, my officers used approved techniques in line with their training and legislation."

Witnesses can email Mr Dunford at dunnaboro@yahoo.co.uk

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9:39am Wed 18 Dec 13

sidneybarnes says...

I thought the police were supposed to protect the public under common law, they swore an oath to do that, it seems to me, the paradigm of policing has shifted somewhat, into a sort of primitive, street patrol with violence attitude, much like you see on amercian cop shows were they drive around, beating up on poor black people for no apparent reason other than get TV ratigs and satisfy there egos, pretending they have a lawful authority of innocent people, (which is not true), and generally just thinking they are entitled to apply whatever force they feel like, when it suits them, here we have a guy with no criminal record ever, no record of ever being violent, walking home with his girlfriend after socialising in a local pub and for some reason ending up being brutally beaten when his hands were behind his back and he was handcuffed, there is no explanation from the police why he was arrested in the first place, because he had infact, broken no criminal law, if had broken no law, the why the hell was he confronted in the first place and severly beaten, that is the key issue here for me, he had broken no law, and in the ed he no no charges brought up against him, apart from community service, which is the courts usual way of protecting police officers from potential claimants against police brutality, in the end, nothintg will come of it, just like nothing came of the brutal murder by the police of Ian Tomlinson, whos crime was having a few beers and walking home
I thought the police were supposed to protect the public under common law, they swore an oath to do that, it seems to me, the paradigm of policing has shifted somewhat, into a sort of primitive, street patrol with violence attitude, much like you see on amercian cop shows were they drive around, beating up on poor black people for no apparent reason other than get TV ratigs and satisfy there egos, pretending they have a lawful authority of innocent people, (which is not true), and generally just thinking they are entitled to apply whatever force they feel like, when it suits them, here we have a guy with no criminal record ever, no record of ever being violent, walking home with his girlfriend after socialising in a local pub and for some reason ending up being brutally beaten when his hands were behind his back and he was handcuffed, there is no explanation from the police why he was arrested in the first place, because he had infact, broken no criminal law, if had broken no law, the why the hell was he confronted in the first place and severly beaten, that is the key issue here for me, he had broken no law, and in the ed he no no charges brought up against him, apart from community service, which is the courts usual way of protecting police officers from potential claimants against police brutality, in the end, nothintg will come of it, just like nothing came of the brutal murder by the police of Ian Tomlinson, whos crime was having a few beers and walking home sidneybarnes

10:40am Wed 18 Dec 13

kristal27 says...

The Police are all a bunch of crooks from the top right down to the bobby on the beat.
The Police are all a bunch of crooks from the top right down to the bobby on the beat. kristal27

11:18am Wed 18 Dec 13

Leah45 says...

I notice the police say, "he has been convicted of assault at court? well listen up Cleveland police, that doesn't cut it, we are onto you and your corrupt court, soon we will drag all of you through the streets, we demand legal and just courts and police constables here for us and not corporate greed. Cleveland police are a pack of lairs, who bully the people of Cleveland. in fact my door will get kicked through for saying this.
I notice the police say, "he has been convicted of assault at court? well listen up Cleveland police, that doesn't cut it, we are onto you and your corrupt court, soon we will drag all of you through the streets, we demand legal and just courts and police constables here for us and not corporate greed. Cleveland police are a pack of lairs, who bully the people of Cleveland. in fact my door will get kicked through for saying this. Leah45

12:06pm Wed 18 Dec 13

behonest says...

"one officer confirms he punched Mr Dunford in the face during the arrest.
Mr Dunford was later convicted of two counts of assaulting an officer in the execution of his or her duty."

Sounds about right. If a cop punches you in the face, then you should be prosecuted for attacking an officer's fist with your face...
"one officer confirms he punched Mr Dunford in the face during the arrest. Mr Dunford was later convicted of two counts of assaulting an officer in the execution of his or her duty." Sounds about right. If a cop punches you in the face, then you should be prosecuted for attacking an officer's fist with your face... behonest

12:16pm Wed 18 Dec 13

sidneybarnes says...

sidneybarnes wrote:
I thought the police were supposed to protect the public under common law, they swore an oath to do that, it seems to me, the paradigm of policing has shifted somewhat, into a sort of primitive, street patrol with violence attitude, much like you see on amercian cop shows were they drive around, beating up on poor black people for no apparent reason other than get TV ratigs and satisfy there egos, pretending they have a lawful authority of innocent people, (which is not true), and generally just thinking they are entitled to apply whatever force they feel like, when it suits them, here we have a guy with no criminal record ever, no record of ever being violent, walking home with his girlfriend after socialising in a local pub and for some reason ending up being brutally beaten when his hands were behind his back and he was handcuffed, there is no explanation from the police why he was arrested in the first place, because he had infact, broken no criminal law, if had broken no law, the why the hell was he confronted in the first place and severly beaten, that is the key issue here for me, he had broken no law, and in the ed he no no charges brought up against him, apart from community service, which is the courts usual way of protecting police officers from potential claimants against police brutality, in the end, nothintg will come of it, just like nothing came of the brutal murder by the police of Ian Tomlinson, whos crime was having a few beers and walking home
It's a shame some police have no interest in studying common law, the very thing they pretentiously practice , if they did, they would know that you cannot just arrest somebody because you feel like it , or don't like the look of them , or take umbrage because they have had a few beers and are walking home, or don't recognize you as an authority over them, there are that many acts and legislations these days passed down by politicians who live in ivory towers, police have total power to just do whatever they feel like, hiding behind ' resisting arrest' cops outs, whilst 9 times out of 10 failing to state why the individual was arrested/ssaulted i the in first place, in this instance, the couple were walking home after a few beers, no harm had come to anybody, and no harm would have come to anybody if the police had just let them get on with it , instead we end up with a nonsense cover story from angry and aggressive untranied police, the guy needed to be punched violently because his handcuffed hands behind his back were apparently a massive danger to the general public, and his head, face down in concrete needed few knees to 'get the message across' that the police are the boss, the fact that you have not commited an criminal offence is totally irrelavent, the police have again broken the law, it has been caught on camera, and the people who disgaree are just being ignorant. how long will it be before somebody else is killed and the police make up some resisting arrest for nothing crap they peddle on a daily basis, police should only be involved when a criminal act is observed, end off
[quote][p][bold]sidneybarnes[/bold] wrote: I thought the police were supposed to protect the public under common law, they swore an oath to do that, it seems to me, the paradigm of policing has shifted somewhat, into a sort of primitive, street patrol with violence attitude, much like you see on amercian cop shows were they drive around, beating up on poor black people for no apparent reason other than get TV ratigs and satisfy there egos, pretending they have a lawful authority of innocent people, (which is not true), and generally just thinking they are entitled to apply whatever force they feel like, when it suits them, here we have a guy with no criminal record ever, no record of ever being violent, walking home with his girlfriend after socialising in a local pub and for some reason ending up being brutally beaten when his hands were behind his back and he was handcuffed, there is no explanation from the police why he was arrested in the first place, because he had infact, broken no criminal law, if had broken no law, the why the hell was he confronted in the first place and severly beaten, that is the key issue here for me, he had broken no law, and in the ed he no no charges brought up against him, apart from community service, which is the courts usual way of protecting police officers from potential claimants against police brutality, in the end, nothintg will come of it, just like nothing came of the brutal murder by the police of Ian Tomlinson, whos crime was having a few beers and walking home[/p][/quote]It's a shame some police have no interest in studying common law, the very thing they pretentiously practice , if they did, they would know that you cannot just arrest somebody because you feel like it , or don't like the look of them , or take umbrage because they have had a few beers and are walking home, or don't recognize you as an authority over them, there are that many acts and legislations these days passed down by politicians who live in ivory towers, police have total power to just do whatever they feel like, hiding behind ' resisting arrest' cops outs, whilst 9 times out of 10 failing to state why the individual was arrested/ssaulted i the in first place, in this instance, the couple were walking home after a few beers, no harm had come to anybody, and no harm would have come to anybody if the police had just let them get on with it , instead we end up with a nonsense cover story from angry and aggressive untranied police, the guy needed to be punched violently because his handcuffed hands behind his back were apparently a massive danger to the general public, and his head, face down in concrete needed few knees to 'get the message across' that the police are the boss, the fact that you have not commited an criminal offence is totally irrelavent, the police have again broken the law, it has been caught on camera, and the people who disgaree are just being ignorant. how long will it be before somebody else is killed and the police make up some resisting arrest for nothing crap they peddle on a daily basis, police should only be involved when a criminal act is observed, end off sidneybarnes

12:23pm Wed 18 Dec 13

Jackaranda says...

You have posed for the camera as if you are Mr Innocent, but you pleaded guilty to chinning a copper, so did you chin him or are you innocent? you can't be both!!
You have posed for the camera as if you are Mr Innocent, but you pleaded guilty to chinning a copper, so did you chin him or are you innocent? you can't be both!! Jackaranda

12:57pm Wed 18 Dec 13

G Harris says...

hang on, am i the only one who can see the very obviously injured officer on the ground receiving attention????? And if you don't like the way you've been treated, don't drink too much, don't drink and drive, don't assault people and don't resist arrest!

And if anyone thinks the police don't do it properly, well, join the force and show the world how you think it should be done. Put up with the abuse, assaults, picking drunks up off the street, telling people their loved ones have been killed by drunks, and other assorted idiots as well as people making phone calls, etc, etc, etc.
hang on, am i the only one who can see the very obviously injured officer on the ground receiving attention????? And if you don't like the way you've been treated, don't drink too much, don't drink and drive, don't assault people and don't resist arrest! And if anyone thinks the police don't do it properly, well, join the force and show the world how you think it should be done. Put up with the abuse, assaults, picking drunks up off the street, telling people their loved ones have been killed by drunks, and other assorted idiots as well as people making phone calls, etc, etc, etc. G Harris

2:03pm Wed 18 Dec 13

Topcat28 says...

G Harris wrote:
hang on, am i the only one who can see the very obviously injured officer on the ground receiving attention????? And if you don't like the way you've been treated, don't drink too much, don't drink and drive, don't assault people and don't resist arrest!

And if anyone thinks the police don't do it properly, well, join the force and show the world how you think it should be done. Put up with the abuse, assaults, picking drunks up off the street, telling people their loved ones have been killed by drunks, and other assorted idiots as well as people making phone calls, etc, etc, etc.
Surprised this hasn't been mentioned more, a clash of heads normally results in both parties injured where as a head but will normally only injure a single person in this case the officer on the floor.

"I was unconscious after being punched in the head, there's no way I was resisting.

"They said they were punching me to give me a dead arm but that's nonsense, I was already cuffed when they dragged me out of the car."

If you were indeed unconscious how would you have been aware of this?
[quote][p][bold]G Harris[/bold] wrote: hang on, am i the only one who can see the very obviously injured officer on the ground receiving attention????? And if you don't like the way you've been treated, don't drink too much, don't drink and drive, don't assault people and don't resist arrest! And if anyone thinks the police don't do it properly, well, join the force and show the world how you think it should be done. Put up with the abuse, assaults, picking drunks up off the street, telling people their loved ones have been killed by drunks, and other assorted idiots as well as people making phone calls, etc, etc, etc.[/p][/quote]Surprised this hasn't been mentioned more, a clash of heads normally results in both parties injured where as a head but will normally only injure a single person in this case the officer on the floor. "I was unconscious after being punched in the head, there's no way I was resisting. "They said they were punching me to give me a dead arm but that's nonsense, I was already cuffed when they dragged me out of the car." If you were indeed unconscious how would you have been aware of this? Topcat28

3:26pm Wed 18 Dec 13

Smallgeorge says...

To anyone interested in reasoned discussion - it is against the law in England to be drunk and disorderly in a public place. The real issue here is unrestrained drink and drug use and a culture of casual violence which has always existed in my home town.

I know a few local doormen who would confirm, and from my own experience I can state positively that Stockton High Street is a dangerous place after around 10am on a weekend. I'd be very nervous taking my family down the street at this time and it makes events like the Stockton Riverside Festival and the Music Live event a total nightmare for families like mine. Some of the scariest experiences of my life have been when I've been waiting for a cab after 11 on the high street, even when the police are around. There is an aire of violence and lack of restraint that doesn't belong in any community. It only takes a second for violence to happen and, from what I've heard and seen, it happens all the time.

It's tragic that Stockton has been made this way and that the only way that police can maintain order is through the kind of heavy handed tactics we see in this video and as witnessed by many others I suspect on a regular basis. That a police officer is clearly dazed on the ground at the start of this incident says a lot about the people involved in the incident and their ability to hold their booze. That the police feel it necessary to batter and kneel on people says a lot about their own expectations and experience.

The simple fact is that Stockton is being ruined by poor planning laws and a legacy which seems to have led to a high street with nothing on it apart from pubs, charity shops and banks.
To anyone interested in reasoned discussion - it is against the law in England to be drunk and disorderly in a public place. The real issue here is unrestrained drink and drug use and a culture of casual violence which has always existed in my home town. I know a few local doormen who would confirm, and from my own experience I can state positively that Stockton High Street is a dangerous place after around 10am on a weekend. I'd be very nervous taking my family down the street at this time and it makes events like the Stockton Riverside Festival and the Music Live event a total nightmare for families like mine. Some of the scariest experiences of my life have been when I've been waiting for a cab after 11 on the high street, even when the police are around. There is an aire of violence and lack of restraint that doesn't belong in any community. It only takes a second for violence to happen and, from what I've heard and seen, it happens all the time. It's tragic that Stockton has been made this way and that the only way that police can maintain order is through the kind of heavy handed tactics we see in this video and as witnessed by many others I suspect on a regular basis. That a police officer is clearly dazed on the ground at the start of this incident says a lot about the people involved in the incident and their ability to hold their booze. That the police feel it necessary to batter and kneel on people says a lot about their own expectations and experience. The simple fact is that Stockton is being ruined by poor planning laws and a legacy which seems to have led to a high street with nothing on it apart from pubs, charity shops and banks. Smallgeorge

4:33pm Wed 18 Dec 13

hasanopinion says...

Absolutely no sympathy for them. How many police exactly did it take to arrest this guy AFTER he assaulted them? And she kept coming back for more until she was arrested. At the end of the day if you go looking for trouble you are likely to find it. He deserved all he got!
Absolutely no sympathy for them. How many police exactly did it take to arrest this guy AFTER he assaulted them? And she kept coming back for more until she was arrested. At the end of the day if you go looking for trouble you are likely to find it. He deserved all he got! hasanopinion

5:59pm Wed 18 Dec 13

sidneybarnes says...

Topcat28 wrote:
G Harris wrote:
hang on, am i the only one who can see the very obviously injured officer on the ground receiving attention????? And if you don't like the way you've been treated, don't drink too much, don't drink and drive, don't assault people and don't resist arrest!

And if anyone thinks the police don't do it properly, well, join the force and show the world how you think it should be done. Put up with the abuse, assaults, picking drunks up off the street, telling people their loved ones have been killed by drunks, and other assorted idiots as well as people making phone calls, etc, etc, etc.
Surprised this hasn't been mentioned more, a clash of heads normally results in both parties injured where as a head but will normally only injure a single person in this case the officer on the floor.

"I was unconscious after being punched in the head, there's no way I was resisting.

"They said they were punching me to give me a dead arm but that's nonsense, I was already cuffed when they dragged me out of the car."

If you were indeed unconscious how would you have been aware of this?
he probably pleaded guilty as his lawyer agreed a deal with the judge to get a more lenient sentence, as i heard it, the police initially told a completely different story about how violent mr dunford was, but had to change there story in court after the video evidence seem to come out of nowhere, that is when the judge , trying to avoid a possible massive lawsuit, just give him a probation type sentence, now you tell me, when was the last time you heard of a drunken violent man, assaulting a policeman for no reason and getting a bit of community service, it was a cop out sentence to get the police off an assault charge, i;m ignoring that nonsense about Mr Dunford apparent confusion over when he blacked out, consussion can lead to confusion like that, total non sequitur
[quote][p][bold]Topcat28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Harris[/bold] wrote: hang on, am i the only one who can see the very obviously injured officer on the ground receiving attention????? And if you don't like the way you've been treated, don't drink too much, don't drink and drive, don't assault people and don't resist arrest! And if anyone thinks the police don't do it properly, well, join the force and show the world how you think it should be done. Put up with the abuse, assaults, picking drunks up off the street, telling people their loved ones have been killed by drunks, and other assorted idiots as well as people making phone calls, etc, etc, etc.[/p][/quote]Surprised this hasn't been mentioned more, a clash of heads normally results in both parties injured where as a head but will normally only injure a single person in this case the officer on the floor. "I was unconscious after being punched in the head, there's no way I was resisting. "They said they were punching me to give me a dead arm but that's nonsense, I was already cuffed when they dragged me out of the car." If you were indeed unconscious how would you have been aware of this?[/p][/quote]he probably pleaded guilty as his lawyer agreed a deal with the judge to get a more lenient sentence, as i heard it, the police initially told a completely different story about how violent mr dunford was, but had to change there story in court after the video evidence seem to come out of nowhere, that is when the judge , trying to avoid a possible massive lawsuit, just give him a probation type sentence, now you tell me, when was the last time you heard of a drunken violent man, assaulting a policeman for no reason and getting a bit of community service, it was a cop out sentence to get the police off an assault charge, i;m ignoring that nonsense about Mr Dunford apparent confusion over when he blacked out, consussion can lead to confusion like that, total non sequitur sidneybarnes

6:05pm Wed 18 Dec 13

dav1 says...

What a complete toss pot!! Well done Cleveland Police for restraining this pathetic and dangerous individual against the public that night! Im sure these Muppets on here Would have something to say if he'd of injured one of their family members in this drunken state!!!!!!!!!!! Pleaded guilty!!!! End of story
What a complete toss pot!! Well done Cleveland Police for restraining this pathetic and dangerous individual against the public that night! Im sure these Muppets on here Would have something to say if he'd of injured one of their family members in this drunken state!!!!!!!!!!! Pleaded guilty!!!! End of story dav1

6:23pm Wed 18 Dec 13

Robert_ says...

There's 2 sides to every story... people here far too willing to jump to conclusions based on some cctv footage and the 'victim' account
There's 2 sides to every story... people here far too willing to jump to conclusions based on some cctv footage and the 'victim' account Robert_

11:53am Thu 19 Dec 13

Topcat28 says...

sidneybarnes wrote:
Topcat28 wrote:
G Harris wrote:
hang on, am i the only one who can see the very obviously injured officer on the ground receiving attention????? And if you don't like the way you've been treated, don't drink too much, don't drink and drive, don't assault people and don't resist arrest!

And if anyone thinks the police don't do it properly, well, join the force and show the world how you think it should be done. Put up with the abuse, assaults, picking drunks up off the street, telling people their loved ones have been killed by drunks, and other assorted idiots as well as people making phone calls, etc, etc, etc.
Surprised this hasn't been mentioned more, a clash of heads normally results in both parties injured where as a head but will normally only injure a single person in this case the officer on the floor.

"I was unconscious after being punched in the head, there's no way I was resisting.

"They said they were punching me to give me a dead arm but that's nonsense, I was already cuffed when they dragged me out of the car."

If you were indeed unconscious how would you have been aware of this?
he probably pleaded guilty as his lawyer agreed a deal with the judge to get a more lenient sentence, as i heard it, the police initially told a completely different story about how violent mr dunford was, but had to change there story in court after the video evidence seem to come out of nowhere, that is when the judge , trying to avoid a possible massive lawsuit, just give him a probation type sentence, now you tell me, when was the last time you heard of a drunken violent man, assaulting a policeman for no reason and getting a bit of community service, it was a cop out sentence to get the police off an assault charge, i;m ignoring that nonsense about Mr Dunford apparent confusion over when he blacked out, consussion can lead to confusion like that, total non sequitur
Some fair points but where are you receiving your information from?
[quote][p][bold]sidneybarnes[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Topcat28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]G Harris[/bold] wrote: hang on, am i the only one who can see the very obviously injured officer on the ground receiving attention????? And if you don't like the way you've been treated, don't drink too much, don't drink and drive, don't assault people and don't resist arrest! And if anyone thinks the police don't do it properly, well, join the force and show the world how you think it should be done. Put up with the abuse, assaults, picking drunks up off the street, telling people their loved ones have been killed by drunks, and other assorted idiots as well as people making phone calls, etc, etc, etc.[/p][/quote]Surprised this hasn't been mentioned more, a clash of heads normally results in both parties injured where as a head but will normally only injure a single person in this case the officer on the floor. "I was unconscious after being punched in the head, there's no way I was resisting. "They said they were punching me to give me a dead arm but that's nonsense, I was already cuffed when they dragged me out of the car." If you were indeed unconscious how would you have been aware of this?[/p][/quote]he probably pleaded guilty as his lawyer agreed a deal with the judge to get a more lenient sentence, as i heard it, the police initially told a completely different story about how violent mr dunford was, but had to change there story in court after the video evidence seem to come out of nowhere, that is when the judge , trying to avoid a possible massive lawsuit, just give him a probation type sentence, now you tell me, when was the last time you heard of a drunken violent man, assaulting a policeman for no reason and getting a bit of community service, it was a cop out sentence to get the police off an assault charge, i;m ignoring that nonsense about Mr Dunford apparent confusion over when he blacked out, consussion can lead to confusion like that, total non sequitur[/p][/quote]Some fair points but where are you receiving your information from? Topcat28

10:38pm Thu 19 Dec 13

TheSeer says...

The man is clearly a violent thug. Members of the public rang police about his behaviour, police responded and arrested him. Job well done.
The semi concious cop on the road and the struggle with a number of other cops tells a story in itself. And then he is convicted in court where our Magistrates normally take any opportunity to acquit.
He is out to try and make a few quid from the tax payer.
I've watched the video a number of times and, whatever you think of the police, I can't see them doing anything wrong here.
I say it again. Job well done.
The man is clearly a violent thug. Members of the public rang police about his behaviour, police responded and arrested him. Job well done. The semi concious cop on the road and the struggle with a number of other cops tells a story in itself. And then he is convicted in court where our Magistrates normally take any opportunity to acquit. He is out to try and make a few quid from the tax payer. I've watched the video a number of times and, whatever you think of the police, I can't see them doing anything wrong here. I say it again. Job well done. TheSeer

7:14am Sat 21 Dec 13

thetruththewholetruthandnothingbutthetruth says...

This idiot assaulted a copper. A certain amount of police brutality was more than justified. He got exactly what he deseeved and is nothing more than a scum bag.
This idiot assaulted a copper. A certain amount of police brutality was more than justified. He got exactly what he deseeved and is nothing more than a scum bag. thetruththewholetruthandnothingbutthetruth

4:49pm Mon 23 Dec 13

gsosbee says...

The people must never forget that cops and fbi are trained to torture, brutalize and murder our people at will; their sick and truly demented mentality is instilled through years of training and mind programming; they do not turn off their illness at the end of the shift, and they often engage in dirty deeds both on and off duty because they cannot escape their own filthy self imposed prisons of violent animosity toward fellow man.

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Cops and fbi do not serve and protect; they exploit, imprison and murder.
The people must never forget that cops and fbi are trained to torture, brutalize and murder our people at will; their sick and truly demented mentality is instilled through years of training and mind programming; they do not turn off their illness at the end of the shift, and they often engage in dirty deeds both on and off duty because they cannot escape their own filthy self imposed prisons of violent animosity toward fellow man. http://www.cbusimc.o rg/node/86930 http://lissakr11huma ne.com/2012/11/01/fb i-cia-are-terrorist- by-gerel-sosbee-vali dated-american-patri ot-whistleblower/ http://archives-2001 -2012.cmaq.net/en/no de/30685.html http://www.sosbeevfb i.com/governmentmust cr.html Cops and fbi do not serve and protect; they exploit, imprison and murder. gsosbee

4:51pm Mon 23 Dec 13

Robert_ says...

Not generalising much then.... lol

Moron.
Not generalising much then.... lol Moron. Robert_

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