ボディカメラのビデオは、現在公民権訴訟である暴力的な逮捕を示しています

シカゴでの暴力的な逮捕のボディカメラビデオは現在、男性警察によって提起された新しい連邦公民権訴訟の重要な証拠であり、地面に叩きつけられているのが見られます.

リロイケネディ, 黒人男性, says in his lawsuit that he was walking on a sidewalkminding his own businesson August 23, 2020. Despite not breaking any laws, he was suddenly grabbed by police and “叩きつけた … into a brick wall and officers thenslammed his head into the pavement more than once,” the court document adds.
The arrest report of the incident, provided to CNN by Kennedy’s attorneys and featured as part of the lawsuit, says that Kennedy lookeddirectly in (the officers’) direction and stiffen(ed) his body” そして “his eyes enlarge(d), meaning his eyebrows rose which produced a shocked look his face.
Officers wrote in the report that Kennedy’s appearance, and the fact that headjusted his hands and manipulated his front lap area,” led them to believe he was concealing a gun.
    The body camera video from the two responding officers, provided by Kennedy’s attorneys, shows officers run up to him and almost immediately slam him into a brick wall and then the pavement. 一点に, the video shows one of the officer’s hands grabbing Kennedy by the neck. The cameras did not record the first two minutes of sound of the encounter.
    The video shows that Kennedy, with large visible scrapes to his forehead, was then put into the back of the squad car where he was searched and handcuffed. As this was occurring, a crowd of angry bystanders began to confront and yell at the officers.
    リロイケネディ's mugshot shows him bandaged after his arrest. The charges were later dropped.

    After officers drove Kennedy a short distance to another location, an ambulance is called for him. The arrest report says he was taken to a hospital for treatment. Chicago Police records show he was arrested on two charges of resisting arrest and one charge of aggravated battery of a police officer.
    The arrest report does not mention any weapons being found by Kennedy.
    The criminal charges against Kennedy were dropped four months later, on December 18, 2020, according to a spokesperson from the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office. The lawsuit says that this was becausevideo evidence showed there was no case against (him).”
    The lawsuit claims that the defendants — in this case the city of Chicago and the two arresting officers — used excessive force, subjected Kennedy to false arrest, violated his due processes, and four other counts. The lawsuit was filed Wednesday in US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
    A spokesman for the Chicago Police said that the departmentcannot comment on pending or proposed litigation.CNN reached out to the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office for a comment on the lawsuit but did not immediately hear back.
    Ben Crump, the civil rights attorney who has represented the families of Breonna Taylor, ジョージ・フロイド, and other police violence victims, called the arrestviolent and vicious” そして demanded accountability in a tweet 木曜日に.
      The bodycam video shows the kind of vile, inhumane treatment that has left him SEVERELY traumatized,” Crump wrote.
      The lawsuit seekscompensatory damages and because defendants acted maliciously, wantonly, or oppressively, punitive damages against the individual (officers) in their individual capacitiesas well as court and attorney fees.

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