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Friday, June 05, 2020

Two Buffalo police officers were suspended without pay Thursday after a video showed authorities knocking down a 75-year-old man during a protest, Mayor Byron Brown said. In the video, the man can be seen approaching a large group of officers in tactical gear and saying something. The officers yell for him to move back before one appears to push him. The man stumbles backward and falls. Seconds later, a pool of blood can be seen near his head.

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Earlier in the day Bryon Brown outlawed the use of choke holds, so it is understandable why the fascists would crack skulls literally.

#1 | Posted by Nixon at 2020-06-05 06:33 AM | Reply

What I saw was man's inhumanity to man. I felt sorry for the poor ol' guy. They could have walked around him.

#2 | Posted by Twinpac at 2020-06-05 06:43 AM | Reply

The video, which rapidly spread across social media, added to a growing body of videos from across the nation that showed officers responding to protests against police violence with more police violence. Fury among online supporters of the protests was heightened by the police department's initial claim that the man "tripped and fell," a description at direct odds with the video.

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York condemned the actions of the officers in a statement late Thursday night.

"The incident in Buffalo is wholly unjustified and utterly disgraceful," Mr. Cuomo said. "I've spoken with City of Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown and we agree that the officers involved should be immediately suspended. Police officers must enforce " NOT ABUSE " the law."

"It sickens me," the Erie County executive, Mark Poloncarz, wrote on Twitter about the video, which includes both vulgarity and disturbing images.

The simple callousness of the thug wearing the dark blue uniform of a public service officer who pushed this 75 year old man to the ground is simple unfathomable. And then for the phalanx to continue marching forward - en mass - without a single individual even stopping for a second to check on his welfare after witnessing his head strike the concrete, with blood beginning to pool around his skull, is simply inexplicably inhumane and barbaric based upon the circumstances.

There is a vile, vicious poison running through far too many law enforcement officials all over this nation. They don't seek to keep peace, they revel in projecting state-sanctioned violence in service of whom exactly? What citizens want 75 year old men pushed to the ground for simply verbally engaging a law officer?

#3 | Posted by tonyroma at 2020-06-05 06:44 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 5

The police reaction to being caught was, as always, to lie.
The police put out a statement that the man "tripped and fell" as if these morons that hide behind "serve and protect" are completely unaware of how many people have phones that record video.
The 75 year old man is in serious but stable condition.

#4 | Posted by YAV at 2020-06-05 06:46 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 4

"The 75 year old man is in serious but stable condition."
#4 | POSTED BY YAV

That was brutal.

I'm not blaming the victim but I'd like to know why that poor old man was even there. He looked rather shabby. He had a cell phone in his hand. Was he homeless? Was he lost? Was he asking for help?

#5 | Posted by Twinpac at 2020-06-05 07:17 AM | Reply

That's why bad cops are called "pigs."

#6 | Posted by Doc_Sarvis at 2020-06-05 07:37 AM | Reply

Apropos of nothing, it was a capital offence in Ancient Greece to strike a person over 60 years old.

#7 | Posted by madscientist at 2020-06-05 08:19 AM | Reply

They should have fired every single cop that walked past him after he hit the ground, not just suspend the one one who pushed him. Protect and serve my as.

#8 | Posted by Hagbard_Celine at 2020-06-05 08:27 AM | Reply

#8

The day we'll know that the culture of policing has changed is the day when we see officers who witness one of their own brothers commit a cold blooded intentional assault arrest the perpetrator on the spot as they would if witnessing a civilian doing the same thing.

As with the officers who assisted Chauvin during his murder of George Floyd, those officers closest to the one who pushed that man must be charged with aiding and abetting in his assault.

There is no excuse for this shameful act.

#9 | Posted by tonyroma at 2020-06-05 08:35 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

"The day we'll know that the culture of policing has changed is the day when we see officers who witness one of their own brothers commit a cold blooded intentional assault arrest the perpetrator on the spot as they would if witnessing a civilian doing the same thing."

We're a long way from that. Nobody wants to be Serpico and get shot in the face.

#10 | Posted by Hagbard_Celine at 2020-06-05 08:40 AM | Reply

We hear a lot about mob mentality. When I watch videos like this one, I am struck by the fact that the cops themselves take on a kind of mob mentality when they are gathered together like this. They act as one and fail to see the humanity and individuality of the people they confront or are confronted by.

#11 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2020-06-05 09:08 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

Send someone to Attica for this...

#12 | Posted by catdog at 2020-06-05 09:40 AM | Reply

That 75 year-old man will likely never be the same. The punk cop who pushed him and claimed he fell is using a false narrative, a LIE, to justify a cowardly act. Notice no police officer helped him and police leadership moved them along when some tried. These police are the SOURCE, THE ROOT-CAUSE of the great unrest in our once great country. And WILL NOT be held fully accountable, EVER. MAGA

#13 | Posted by getoffmedz at 2020-06-05 09:42 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

The police reaction to being caught was, as always, to lie.
The police put out a statement that the man "tripped and fell" as if these morons that hide behind "serve and protect" are completely unaware of how many people have phones that record video.

As soon as it became known that the officers lied, they should have been fired.

Whether or not they should be charged for assault is a different matter.

There was a similar incident in Salt Lake City, Utah where cops pushed down an old man with a cane down.

www.abc4.com

#14 | Posted by FedUpWithPols at 2020-06-05 09:59 AM | Reply

"The police put out a statement that the man "tripped and fell" as if these morons that hide behind "serve and protect" are completely unaware of how many people have phones that record video"

Of interest is that Donald Trump denies that tear gas was used against the protestors in Lafayette Park, despite countless videos and first-person descriptions of the effects.

#15 | Posted by Zed at 2020-06-05 10:06 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 2

As soon as it became known that the officers lied, they should have been fired.

They(He) should be charged with filing a false report as well. Hopefully such actions come with felony sanctions too.

#16 | Posted by tonyroma at 2020-06-05 10:08 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 2

"The police put out a statement that the man "tripped and fell"

The most disgusting aspect: this is obviously their standard lie, and they thought it would suffice like all their other previous lies.

#17 | Posted by Danforth at 2020-06-05 11:13 AM | Reply

I made a point yesterday about how even so-called "good cops" are most often bad cops. Part of this video demonstrates just that. One of the cops leans down to assist the old man whose skull they just cracked, and another cop pulls him away. The cop trying to help could have told the other cop to ---- off and continued assisting the old man. Instead he walked away. He is not a good cop.

#18 | Posted by JOE at 2020-06-05 11:31 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 3

Just want to point out that when the camera briefly scanned to the left you could see there were relatively few protestors in the area which compounds the lack of threat this man posed

#19 | Posted by truthhurts at 2020-06-05 12:47 PM | Reply

If an employee at a company anywhere did this, they'd be fired and charged with a crime.

If another government employee, especially a teacher did this, they'd be fired, charged with a crime, and it would all over the news.

Instead, the ONLY reason we are talking about this with police officers is because of the riots. The officer generally gets nothing done including an investigation. In the worst cases, they might get a nasty letter in their file that no one ever sees. In the rare cases they are fired, they are working at another police station inside of a week.

#20 | Posted by Sycophant at 2020-06-05 01:37 PM | Reply

Thats what happens when you make someone omnipotent.

#21 | Posted by fresno500 at 2020-06-05 02:08 PM | Reply

Suspended for killing that old man?

Arrest him!

This is what protesters are demanding.

Justice.

Arrest the officer who pushed him down with manslaughter and all those who just walked passed his body with being accessory to manslaughter.

Fffk this shht.

#22 | Posted by ClownShack at 2020-06-05 02:12 PM | Reply

Where's Sadbomber and ---------- to explain why the old man got what was coming to him?

#23 | Posted by Angrydad at 2020-06-05 02:40 PM | Reply

CLOWN

The old man didn't die. He's in a hospital who reported that his condition is serious but stable.

#24 | Posted by Twinpac at 2020-06-05 03:52 PM | Reply

All 57 members of the brute squad that assaulted the man have resigned their positions from the team as a "show of support" for the 2 cops who were suspended. President of the Buffalo police union says the two were just following orders.
www.rawstory.com

#25 | Posted by johnny_hotsauce at 2020-06-05 03:55 PM | Reply

Yesterday, prior to this event, the President of the Buffalo police association said the police were not properly trained or equipped for dealing with protests.
www.investigativepost.org

#26 | Posted by johnny_hotsauce at 2020-06-05 03:57 PM | Reply

FTA: "They are still employed, but no longer on ERT."

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#27 | Posted by truthhurts at 2020-06-05 04:01 PM | Reply

I'm not blaming the victim but I'd like to know why that poor old man was even there. He looked rather shabby. He had a cell phone in his hand. Was he homeless? Was he lost? Was he asking for help?
#5 | POSTED BY TWINPAC

"A resident of Amherst, New York, Martin Gugino is a longtime peaceful protester and has advocated for a number of social justice issues through the Western New York Peace Center, according to his friend Terrence Bisson."

www.newsweek.com

#28 | Posted by johnny_hotsauce at 2020-06-05 04:09 PM | Reply

Speaking of a few bad apples,
Those two guys in camo, the ones who stopped to help the man towards the end of the video, Are they Army?
Meaning literally all the police just ignored the guy with the skull they'd just cracked?

#29 | Posted by snoofy at 2020-06-05 04:10 PM | Reply

"The police put out a statement that the man "tripped and fell"

Sprinkle some crack on him.

#30 | Posted by snoofy at 2020-06-05 04:11 PM | Reply

#25 - Now that they've resigned from the "Emergency Response Team" they should all be fired, and then charges brought against every single one where it makes sense.

"This is my good friend, Martin Gugino. A longtime activist and political thinker; has struggled to close Guantanamo as a member of Witness Against Torture; a man of deep faith who spends much of his free time visiting prisoners in Attica. And he's battling a catastrophic illness."

Here's hoping he'll recover fully.
Then maybe he can visit some of the goons that injured him.
In Attica.

#31 | Posted by YAV at 2020-06-05 04:19 PM | Reply

See, the police aren't racist, they'll even crack an old white man's skull!

#32 | Posted by snoofy at 2020-06-05 04:22 PM | Reply

President of the Buffalo police union says the two were just following orders.

Orders to push elderly men to the ground?

#33 | Posted by JOE at 2020-06-05 04:31 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

"President of the Buffalo police union says the two were just following orders."

^
Like the Koran, the Police Union President's statement should be read in the original German, to fully appreciate the beauty.

#34 | Posted by snoofy at 2020-06-05 04:33 PM | Reply

All 57 members of the brute squad that assaulted the man have resigned their positions from the team as a "show of support" for the 2 cops who were suspended. President of the Buffalo police union says the two were just following orders.
www.rawstory.com

#25 | POSTED BY JOHNNY_HOTSAUCE

Then fire all of them.

None of them apparently have the mentality necessary to be police officers.

#35 | Posted by Sycophant at 2020-06-05 04:56 PM | Reply

#35 - I agree but I think we all know the city will never do that and even if they tried then the union would step in and negoiate some garbage retraining program held somewhere warm with cheap booze in the middle of winter.

#36 | Posted by johnny_hotsauce at 2020-06-05 05:04 PM | Reply

All 57 members of the brute squad that assaulted the man have resigned their positions from the team as a "show of support" for the 2 cops who were suspended

Think about how crazy it is that just suspending officers pending investigation (not firing them) is enough oversight to get this many cops to resign from a team in protest. They literally think they should have carte blanche to crack peoples' skulls open and not have anyone ask a question.

These dirtbags are making the anti-cop protestors point for them.

#37 | Posted by JOE at 2020-06-05 05:30 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 4

#37 - Well said.

#38 | Posted by johnny_hotsauce at 2020-06-05 05:54 PM | Reply

These dirtbags are making the anti-cop protestors point for them.

If the Buffalo ERT is so motivated to stand united then the entire force shouldn't mind being charged as accessories in the assault.

Watch how fast their solidarity breaks if the prosecutor charges them all.

Can you say nanoseconds?

#39 | Posted by tonyroma at 2020-06-05 06:15 PM | Reply

He tripped? Fire them all. They lied.

#40 | Posted by fresno500 at 2020-06-05 08:04 PM | Reply

He was returning a helmet to them but really should have put it on himself. It's hard to reconcile less than 24 hours earlier police were kneeling with protestors in that very sidewalk..

#41 | Posted by redlightrobot at 2020-06-05 09:10 PM | Reply

He tripped?

#40 | POSTED BY FRESNO500

Ah, yes.

The 2 who shoved him were the "bad cops" who everyone says they don't like.

The 55 who would have lied for them if there wasn't video evidence of it are the "good cops" that I always hear about.

And people will deny that it's systemic.

With a straight face, even.

#42 | Posted by MrSilenceDogood at 2020-06-05 10:33 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

I saw an interview with the mayor of Buffalo last night and he placed a couple aspects of what happened into a different light. He explained that the advancing tactical line of officers are ordered to maintain integrity even if they or others suffer casualties like we saw. There are medics close by whose jobs are to take care of injured immediately, and after watching multiple views of Gugino's assault, the very officer who stopped the one officer who bent down toward the fallen Gugino is the same one who then immediately called on his radio for medical assistance - and that person in fatigues was at Gugino's side in a matter of a few seconds as the phalanx of blue continued moving forward en mass.

In no way does this justify anything that happened to Gugino nor how he was mistreated, but from an across the street view you could easily see that the line of officers actually stopped for a moment when Gugino hit the ground. I could almost sense their natural human reaction to try and help him as their view of his fall and his head violently bouncing off the pavement was clearer than many others visually blocked by the officers in front of them.

But again, in no way is the overall police conduct acceptable even with the orders to enforce the curfew and "clear the square" that the officers were given. But I feel that I should modify my criticisms since I now recognize that the police did have separate, trained medical help nearby that did address Mr. Gugino within 10-15 seconds of his fall.

#43 | Posted by tonyroma at 2020-06-06 08:38 AM | Reply

He explained that the advancing tactical line of officers are ordered to maintain integrity even if they or others suffer casualties like we saw.

That, in and of itself, is a problem. The officers can and should have exercised discretion and not aggressively pushed an unarmed feeble old man to the ground, orders be damned.

They are here to protect and serve us. Not to pretend they're in a war. If they want to "advance in a tactical line" they should join the military and do it in Afghanistan.

#44 | Posted by JOE at 2020-06-06 09:03 AM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

If they want to "advance in a tactical line"

#44 | POSTED BY JOE AT 2020-06-06 09:03 AM | REPLY

They weren't even doing that. Unless the concept of what a tactical line is has suddenly mutated.

#45 | Posted by Zed at 2020-06-06 09:35 AM | Reply

as the phalanx of blue continued moving

#43 | POSTED BY TONYROMA AT 2020-0

No phalanx existed.

Except for nearly killing that old man those police officers may have well have been a gaggle of mean Boy Scouts carrying sticks.

The lack of discernable military order in the police might be due to the fact that they weren't being ordered to contain anything that actually existed.

#46 | Posted by Zed at 2020-06-06 09:44 AM | Reply

The entire BPD 75 man Emergency Response Team has quit in solidarity with the suspended officer. Boston PD? Crime and violence is about to go way down.

#47 | Posted by sitzkrieg at 2020-06-06 10:57 AM | Reply

ah damn it's Buffalo not Boston. We almost made real progress.

#48 | Posted by sitzkrieg at 2020-06-06 10:57 AM | Reply

"ah damn it's Buffalo not Boston."

And they didn't quit. They are still in active duty. Just reassigned. Which is probably wise for them if they cannot control themselves or refuse an unlawful order. They may stay employed longer and keep their pensions if they don't get caught using excess force.

#49 | Posted by donnerboy at 2020-06-06 12:09 PM | Reply

Again the police were advancing against a handful of protesters that were not close to them

#50 | Posted by truthhurts at 2020-06-06 12:17 PM | Reply

I'd like to know why that poor old man was even there. He looked rather shabby. He had a cell phone in his hand. Was he homeless? Was he lost? Was he asking for help?
#5 | POSTED BY TWINPAC AT 2020-06-05 07:17 AM | FLAG:
(CHOOSE)

It's his right to be where he wants.

#51 | Posted by BruceBanner at 2020-06-06 12:37 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

Old white lives don't matter.

#52 | Posted by donnerboy at 2020-06-06 12:49 PM | Reply

#25 - That's an entire barrel of "bad apples." None of them are in critical condition. No one ordered the assailants of a 75 year-old man to shove him backwards.

#53 | Posted by getoffmedz at 2020-06-06 01:38 PM | Reply

CLOWN

The old man didn't die.
#24 | POSTED BY TWINPAC

Thank God for the camera crew and bystanders.

The cops were ready to march over his corpse.

#54 | Posted by ClownShack at 2020-06-06 02:08 PM | Reply

I'd like to know why that poor old man was even there.
#5 | POSTED BY TWINPAC

He probably thought he was still living in America and that there'd be no way the police would try to murder him.

Guess he learned his lesson.

#55 | Posted by ClownShack at 2020-06-06 02:10 PM | Reply

By the way. And it took someone to point this out to me too.

Watch the video. The old man is carrying a helmet in his left hand.

The same helmet the police are wearing.

Apparently he was trying to return it to them.

Now he's in the ICU.

#56 | Posted by ClownShack at 2020-06-06 02:15 PM | Reply

Unless I'm mistaken, not a single Republican has posted in this thread.

#57 | Posted by snoofy at 2020-06-06 02:21 PM | Reply

How many cops does it take to throw a suspect down a flight of stairs?

None. He tripped.

#58 | Posted by moder8 at 2020-06-06 02:37 PM | Reply

#58 Nice to see you plagiarize from the same site Kudzu does:
jokesallday.com

#59 | Posted by gracieamazed at 2020-06-06 03:25 PM | Reply

That joke has been around longer than the Internet.

#60 | Posted by REDIAL at 2020-06-06 03:33 PM | Reply

An oldie, but in this instance, a goodie.

#61 | Posted by moder8 at 2020-06-06 03:35 PM | Reply

Boston

#48 | POSTED BY SITZKRIEG

Did you hear what happened in Boston?

An unarmed teenage boy was hit in the head with the butt end of a rifle during a nonviolent verbal exchange with a law enforcement officer.

Word of the incident quickly spread, and within an hour several people gathered in the area to peacefully protest. They shouted slogans, and business owners in the area closed up shop for fear of their property.

The law enforcement officers called for backup, and backup arrived in the form of heavily armed law enforcement personnel. They then declared the the assembly unlawful and ordered the protesters to disperse.

The crowd, in response, grew restless and hurled dirt clods at law enforcement personnel. Law enforcement responded by firing into the crowd.

The first man killed was a black man.

If, while reading this story, you found yourself thinking that law enforcement was in the right, and that the protesters should have dispersed...

Then congratulations, you have fallen on the wrong side of history, siding with the tyrant king George III against American patriots.

The incident occurred in 1770. The black man killed was named Crispus Attucks. The incident became known as the Boston massacre and was one of the key events leading to the American revolution.

**** C & P from elsewhere ****

#62 | Posted by MrSilenceDogood at 2020-06-06 03:38 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

#59 | POSTED BY GRACIEAMAZED

Your mayonnaise smelling sss still posts here?

Fcck off already.

#63 | Posted by MrSilenceDogood at 2020-06-06 04:34 PM | Reply | Newsworthy 1

If, while reading this story, you found yourself thinking that law enforcement was in the right, and that the protesters should have dispersed...
Then congratulations, you have fallen on the wrong side of history, siding with the tyrant king George III against American patriots.
The incident occurred in 1770. The black man killed was named Crispus Attucks. The incident became known as the Boston massacre and was one of the key events leading to the American revolution.

I recently re-watched the miniseries John Adams. It begins with the Boston Massacre and with John Adams deciding to defend the British soldiers at their trial:

Why John Adams Defended British Soldiers in the Boston Massacre Trials

The future American president represented Redcoats accused of murdering American patriots in an incident that helped spark the Revolution.

www.history.com

#64 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2020-06-06 04:54 PM | Reply

History, because it is based on life, is messy:

[T]he trial of [Captain] Thomas Preston took place from October 24th to the 30th, 1770 in Boston's new courthouse. A six-day trial for a murder case was considered extremely long back then. Preston pleaded not guilty but did not testify. The plan of the defense was to prove that Preston had not ordered the shooting. The prosecution called fifteen witnesses to prove that Preston had ordered his men to shoot but on cross examination their testimony appeared contradictory. The defense produced twenty three witnesses who testified that soldiers were intimidated and provoked by the crowd. Much of the cross examination by the defense was centered on who shouted the word "fire".

The court took the unusual step of sequestering the jury (keep them away from family and friends). After much deliberation the jury acquitted Preston on the basis of "reasonable doubt", the first time a judge had used the phrase.

The soldiers' trial did not start until November 27th and lasted until December 5th. . . . Their defense was complicated by the acquittal of Thomas Preston since the jurors would be inclined to believe the soldiers were responsible for the shootings. As a result the defense focused on the actions of the mob that threatened the soldiers rather on who shouted "fire". Adams argued that if the soldiers were attacked by "a motley rabble of saucy boys, negroes and molattoes, Irish teagues and outlandish jacktars," they could very well defend themselves. He made clear that the soldiers were endangered and they had the right to fire in self-defense and that at most they were guilty of manslaughter and not of murder.

The prosecution concentrated on showing that soldiers wanted revenge after many months of being abused and harrassed by townspeople. A witness testified that Private Killroy had admitted to him that "he would not miss an opportunity to fire on inhabitants". However, the prosecution's case was weak, on cross examination witnesses admitted that the crowd was throwing objects and provoking the soldiers to fire.

The jury acquitted six of the soldiers: William Wemms, William M'Cauley, Hugh White, William Warren, John Carrol and James Hartegan. The other two soldiers, Hugh Montgomery and Matthew Killroy, were found not guilty of murder but guilty of manslaughter, therefore escaping the death penalty.


www.john-adams-heritage.com

#65 | Posted by Gal_Tuesday at 2020-06-06 05:03 PM | Reply

#62 | POSTED BY MRSILENCEDOGOOD AT 2020-06-06 03:38 PM

In the Eastern District the police used to rob drug dealers, and then sell it back to them. Some still do.

#66 | Posted by sitzkrieg at 2020-06-06 05:43 PM | Reply

the police used to rob drug dealers, and then sell it back to them. Some still do.

#66 | POSTED BY SITZKRIEG

I wonder why the "good cops" don't report them.

It's almost like they all need to go.

Fancy that..

#67 | Posted by MrSilenceDogood at 2020-06-06 06:13 PM | Reply

What would you do without cops in a scary situation though?

I mean, without cops who could you call who would show up 2 hours late, shoot our dog(s), arrest your dad for filming, and then ticket your little sister for operating an illegal lemonade stand???

#68 | Posted by MrSilenceDogood at 2020-06-06 06:33 PM | Reply

"I saw an interview with the mayor of Buffalo last night and he placed a couple aspects of what happened into a different light. He explained that the advancing tactical line of officers are ordered to maintain integrity even if they or others suffer casualties like we saw. There are medics close by whose jobs are to take care of injured immediately"

That is completely insane! We are talking about police acting against the people they are supposed to protect. Not some military invading another country.

#69 | Posted by johnny_hotsauce at 2020-06-06 06:34 PM | Reply

Oh,,, and also never ever ever ever ever get to the bottom of what the actual issue was.

#70 | Posted by MrSilenceDogood at 2020-06-06 06:34 PM | Reply

Tactical line,.... against no one.

#71 | Posted by truthhurts at 2020-06-06 06:39 PM | Reply

#69 - it is completely insane. It comes from the police becoming so militarized they think of themselves as warriors. They are enacting a phalanx . Warriors need someone that's the enemy. Who is the enemy? Us.

The police need to see themselves as us, as guardians of us. As protectors of us. As one with us. As a member of the community they're patrolling.

#72 | Posted by YAV at 2020-06-06 06:42 PM | Reply

#65 Notice how the British courts protected the Crown police.

Notice how our courts protect our police.

#73 | Posted by snoofy at 2020-06-06 07:29 PM | Reply

Was he lost? Was he asking for help?
#5 | POSTED BY TWINPAC

He was attempting to return a riot helmet that one of the brutes had misplaced. You can see it in the video. I originally thought perhaps it was his motorcycle helmet. He was actually trying to assist the cops in a small way and they still busted his head.

#74 | Posted by johnny_hotsauce at 2020-06-07 02:41 PM | Reply

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