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    A furious black mom is suing a Michigan police department for pointing a gun and handcuffing her 10 year-old son after his dad was apprehended by cops.   'I'm scared,' the visibly frightened child can be heard telling the Pittsfield Township officer while getting handcuffed, in footage recorded from the officer's person during the April 16 incident.  The altercation, which saw the boy's dad filmed screaming over how his son was treated, has since become the focus of a federal lawsuit filed by the boy's mother. It came after the boy's father was ordered by cops to drive away from the scene of a shooting that had been cordoned off by police. He drove down the wrong side of a road, sparking a police response. A 100mph chase then ensued, with the dad and his son both restrained after officers finally apprehended their white Dodge car.  The suit, filed in a Michigan US District Court on October 5, argues that the Pittsfield Township officer, who has not been formally identified, caused 'emotional injury' to the youngster during the April 16 traffic stop,...
    By Dave Savini, Samah Assad, Michele Youngerman CHICAGO (CBS) — For the first time, police body camera video reveals what an innocent woman said happened to her nearly two years ago: police officers wrongly entered her home with guns drawn and handcuffed her naked as she watched in horror. READ MORE: Rideshare Driver Shot By Would-Be Carjacker In West Garfield Park Last year, Anjanette Young filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for the video to show the public what happened to her that day. CBS 2 also filed a request for the video. But the Chicago Police Department denied the requests. Young recently obtained the footage after a court forced CPD to turn it over as part of her lawsuit against police. “I feel like they didn’t want us to have this video because they knew how bad it was,” Young said. “They knew they had done something wrong. They knew that the way they treated me was not right.” Hours before the TV version of this report broadcast, the city’s lawyers attempted to stop CBS 2 from airing the...
    Virginia police are investigating an incident that led to an innocent black man being put in handcuffs after a video of him being taken into custody went viral.   A woman named Kiara Love posted the video on Facebook on December 19, writing: 'Trying to enjoy a meal with my family in the mall but Virginia Beach police out here arresting people for being black with dreads I was so scared this was gonna end differently.'  The video starts as a black man with long dreadlocks, wearing dark clothing, is shown sitting at a food court table, with a full meal spread out in front of him, at Lynnhaven Mall in Virginia Beach, Virginia, as he's being handcuffed by a police officer.  A viral video (pictured) showing a police officer putting handcuffs onto a black man at a shopping mall, in a case of mistaken identity, has prompted a police investigation  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Moment handcuffed gunman, 22, shoots a Pennsylvania cop in... Armed Proud Boys and Patriot Prayer members storm...
    Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) raged Thursday following reports of authorities handcuffing a partially paralyzed Jacob Blake to a hospital bed, voicing her opposition to a system “where the perpetrators of attempted murder get to handcuff their victim” and concluded that “you can’t reform this.” “How the f**k do you handcuff Jacob Blake that you paralyzed to a hospital bed after you shot him in the back seven times?” Tlaib asked. “I oppose a system where the perpetrators of attempted murder get to handcuff their victim. No system should have this much power,” she continued, and said, “You can’t reform this”: How the f**k do you handcuff Jacob Blake that you paralyzed to a hospital bed after you shot him in the back seven times? I oppose a system where the perpetrators of attempted murder get to handcuff their victim. No system should have this much power. You cant reform this. — Rashida Tlaib (@RashidaTlaib) August 27, 2020 Blake’s father, while detailing his recent visit with his son, revealed that Blake was handcuffed to the hospital bed, despite being partially paralyzed....
    COPS held a black family – including children – at gunpoint and handcuffed them on the ground after allegedly mistakenly registering their vehicle as stolen. Video shows the shocking incident, which took place on August 2 amid ongoing Black Lives Matter protests following the death of George Floyd. 6Aurora police held a family at gunpoint and handcuffed them on the ground after they say their vehicle was mistakenly registered as stolenCredit: Jam Press 6Police say officers drew their weapons when they stopped the vehicle – what's called a 'high-risk stop'Credit: Jam Press The Colorado family was seen in video laying on the ground, with their hands behind their back in cuffs. Some of the family members were reportedly children, between the ages of 6 to 17. The family were heard screaming as they lay on the ground. "I want my mommy!" one person yelled. "Can I have my sister next to me?" one person asked a cop while sobbing. Cops eventually allowed the family to roll over from laying on their stomachs to be seated. Brittney Gilliam, who said she...
    Wisconsin police drew their guns on a black man and placed him in handcuffs this week — after a neighbor falsely assumed the man was burglarizing the home where he had been staying, according to new reports. Keonte Furdge, 23, who was recently laid off due to the coronavirus pandemic, had been staying for a few days with his friend, former University of Iowa running back Toren Young, in a house in the city of Monona, local outlet Madison 365 reported. The home is owned by an assistant football coach at Monona Grove High School — where Furdge graduated in 2016. The coach’s mom had lived at the home until she passed away recently. Furdge told the outlet he was on the porch Tuesday morning speaking on the phone with a friend. About 20 minutes later, he went back inside and heard cops enter and start shouting. Police said in a statement that a woman called to report “there was someone at her neighbors [sic] home that she did not believe should be there.” Authorities said the caller “did identify...
    Police responding to the scene of a confrontation between store owners and apparent looters in Los Angeles handcuffed those who appeared to be defending the store, according to video footage of the incident captured by a local Fox station. Police continued to handcuff the store's defenders even after a local reporter repeatedly said that the suspected looters were getting away.    Footage from local Fox station KTTV, which aired live on television, showed several community members and apparent employees of a liquor store – some holding guns – arguing with apparent looters on the sidewalk in Van Nuys. Reporter Christina Gonzalez, who was on the scene, described seeing looters trying to break into a nearby gold store.  Several community members and small business owners shouted at the looters, telling them to leave the area. As police cars drove by, Gonzalez and some community members tried to flag them down.  (2/3) EXCLUSIVE: A group of alleged looters square-off against business owners in Van Nuys as police converge onto the scene. The tense moments were captured live in front of our FOX...
    Dramatic video shows armed California business owners and local residents in a standoff with looters — then getting handcuffed when the cops finally show up. The footage shows two residents from a Van Nuys neighborhood and the owners of a liquor store, who are holding rifles, in a verbal beef with a small group of would-be looters, with the entire incident caught by a Fox11-News TV crew at the scene. One resident, identified only as Monet by the station, is seen trying to flag down passing police cars, while the liquor store owners tell the looters, “we’re closed.” But when police do show up, they handcuff the woman and two others and put them up against the liquor store wall — even as the storeowners and the Fox11 reporter Chistina Gonzalez yelled at the cops for going after the wrong people. “I was handcuffed, thrown up against the wall with my husband, my brother-in-law,” Monet told Gonzalez in an interview Monday night. “The officer that was behind me, I was explaining to him, no, we’re trying to help.” Police finally...
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