Police officers have been filmed dragging a crying and screaming 93-year-old woman to jail in shocking footage.
Juanita Fitzgerald can heard shouting 'you're hurting me' and 'help!' as the officers evict her from the home she has lived in since 2011.
They tell the 5-foot-tall, 100 pound woman to relax and insist they're not putting any pressure on her. They said: 'We tried to convince her.'
In the police bodycam video, she can be heard continuing to shout 'no' and 'ow' in a distressed voice as she sits in the ground by her walking frame.
An officer is heard telling the pensioner 'we don't want to hurt you' in a video of the incident in Eustis, Florida.
Another officer can be heard saying 'don't scratch me' as him and his colleagues continue their efforts to get her into a patrol car.
Fitzgerald is then finally put in the back seat of the police car after her efforts to resist being evicted.
Road rages are very common nowadays in every country. This incident took place in Chicago Illinois where the situation was handled by the cops.
This is the shocking moment an 11-year-old girl screamed in terror and pleaded "No!" as police officers held her at gunpoint and handcuffed her.
Police were searching for the youngster's aunt who was wanted for the attempted murder of her sister.
But instead of finding her, police ordered Honestie Hodges to leave her home and marched her into a police car in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
In the upsetting bodycam footage, Honestie screams: "No! No! No!"
Police tell her: "You’re not going to jail or anything, put your hands behind your back. "
They also tell her: "Stop yelling. You’re going to walk backwards to me, ok?
"You’re fine, you’re alright."
All the while, Honestie, clearly distressed, keeps crying and shouting "No!".
Honestie and two other women were detained.
The Grand Rapids Police Department said they detained the women and Honestie because officers had not determined if they were suspects.
None of the women were armed and were released.
Grand Rapids Police Department spokeswoman Cathy Williams said Honestie was handcuffed for two minutes and police patted her down to make sure she wasn’t carrying a weapon.
Honestie said: "I’m afraid to open or go near my back door because of what happened.
"It made me feel scared and it made me feel like I did something wrong."
She also said she previously wanted to be a police officer, but now she wants "nothing to do with it".
Police said in a statement: "The Grand Rapids Police Major Case Team is currently investigating an attempted murder stemming from the December 6th domestic-related stabbing in the 1300 block of Hamilton Av NW.
"Once onscene, officers determined that the suspect fled the residence still armed with the knife.
"Their investigation led to a second Westside Grand Rapids home where it was believed the suspect may have fled to.
"As officers were setting up a perimeter, three females simultaneously exited the home, two adults and one 11 year old juvenile.
"Until it could be determined that the individuals were not the suspect, nor armed with a weapon, the three were ordered back to officers and detained.
"The homeowner gave consent to search the home, and it was deemed that none of the three individuals that exited the home were the suspect officers were searching for nor was the suspect in the home.
"The females were subsequently released.
"Following a complaint filed on behalf of the 11 year old female, the Grand Rapids Police Department opened an internal investigation which is still ongoing."
Last July, Tiffany McNeil would walk into the Branch County Jail in handcuffs only to leave in a stretcher moments later after being brutally assaulted by a police officer and knocked unconscious.
What happened while McNeil, 31, was being processed into jail that fateful day is now the subject of a federal lawsuit alleging that police used excessive force and then lied about what happened. The incident—in which a half dozen cops stood by and watched their brother in blue smash a handcuffed woman’s face into the pavement—was also captured on video.
“It was absolutely egregious, disgusting, thug-like conduct,” McNeil’s attorney, Solomon Radner, said. “You don’t expect that from police officers, and it shouldn’t be tolerated.”
On July 24, police were called to McNeil’s home by her husband during an argument. According to the lawsuit, McNeil had been drinking which sparked the argument.
McNeil was arrested and brought to the Branch County Jail to be processed for the incident. As police bring her into the secured entrance, we can see this disturbing scenario unfold.
The woman-beating cop, identified in the lawsuit as Lewis Eastmead, is seen shoving McNeil’s face into the concrete wall for several minutes. The entire time, McNeil is non-combative and not resisting in the least—not to mention, she’s in handcuffs.
All of the sudden, the officer begins pressing her face into the wall with both hands before pulling her backward and slamming her face-first into the concrete floor. McNeil was knocked out immediately.
During the attack on the restrained woman, five other cops watched as their brother in blue degraded the young woman by shoving her face into the wall and not a single one of them intervened as he slammed her to the floor.
This is the bizarre moment a woman threw herself out of a moving car after leading police on a high-speed chase across LA on Tuesday.
The dramatic events were caught on video which showed the woman tumbling across the road before police ran from their vehicles and pointed a large gun at her head before they handcuffed her.
The unmanned vehicle could also be seen rolling down the street until it mounted a kerb and hit a lamppost.
Although a homeless camp is nearby, the freewheeling car luckily missed any bystanders in the area, ABC7 reports.
California Highway Patrol officers had pursued the driver at speeds of up to 90 mph before the chase came to its bizarre, free-wheeling end.
Comedian Hannibal Buress was arrested in Miami for being extremely drunk in public and he doesn't understand why.
A woman who was attacked by a police dog is suing a St. Paul officer who handles the canine.
A lawsuit filed by Desiree Collins alleges Officer Thaddeus Schmidt had the dog on a 20-foot leash as he searched for two burglary suspects. Collins was taking out her trash in an alley behind her home when the dog attacked last September.
KARE-TV says the lawsuit maintains the dog attacked the 52-year-old woman while out of Schmidt's view and control due to the long leash. Collins says the dog latched on to her left leg and then her right arm. Police video shows the dog wouldn't let go of Collins' arm for about 30 seconds, despite Schmidt's commands.
St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell says it was a terrible accident that should not have occurred.
FROM INSIDE EDITION - When a homeowner in Louisiana encountered an alleged intruder, he took matters into his own hands and streamed it on Facebook.
Caesar Ray of Baton Rouge is a former corrections officer. He says his neighbor called to let him know that someone was lurking around his driveway, possibly trying to break into his daughter's car. So Ray says he grabbed his firearms and decided to confront the person.
Antifa terrorists controlled by George Soros and the Democratic Party attempted to attack a free speech, pro-border wall rally held in San Diego California, they made a huge mistake!
Watch as a group of left-wing terrorists tried to push and force their way into discussions that Trump supporters are having only to be pushed and shoved back when they persist. Eventually, a 17-year old Trump supporter is attacked by a group of adults only to have their asses whipped badly.
He knew he was going to jail, why not lead the coppers on a chase through the woods first?
A handcuffed man was sitting on the ground outside a home he was allegedly trying to burglarize when a Penns Grove police officer kicked him in the face. Officer George J. Manganaro, 29, was charged Nov. 28 with aggravated assault after the incident in Carneys Point and has been suspended.
42 year old Jean Pedro Peirre is seen kicking and dragging another deputy moments before he was fatally shot at the Sunset Hills Condominium.
Deputy Sean Youngward responded to a disturbance at the scene and was confronted by Pierre, who attacked the deputy.
Officials said Youngward used his Taser but it didn't stop Pierre from attacking him.
A man who had been detained in the back of a police car ran off after two bungling officers left the door open.
Footage shows two cops wrestling a second man to the ground by the side of their marked vehicle.
But as they were distracted the first man managed to climb over the seats and escape via the open door.
The man was filmed sprinting down Bristol Street in central Birmingham and even passed three further police vehicles.
Police later confirmed that a 25-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possessing Class A drugs after they pulled over an uninsured car.
But the man who escaped from the car is still on the run.
An innocent disabled woman was viciously attacked and bitten by a police dog as she put out her rubbish bins.
Desiree Collins, who had her left hand amputated as a child, screamed in pain as the dog latched on to her good arm and wouldn't let go.
Sickening bodycam footage from an officer at the scene, shows the terrified 52-year-old in shock with the strong police dog attached to her arm.
The footage shows in the seconds before the attack the five-year-old K9 officer named Gabe, walking ahead of his handler police officer Thaddeus Schmidt, who was holding a lead in the town of St Paul in Minnesota, USA.
The dog went behind a set of large bins at about 6.30am and the screaming began.
St Paul police Chief Todd Axtel said in a written statement: "What happened to Ms Collins was a terrible accident that should not have occurred.
"I am sorry it happened and that she was injured.
"As a department, we wish we could go back and do things differently. Unfortunately, we can’t.
“What we can do is apologise and take responsibility … and learn from the incident so we can continue to work to prevent it from happening to anyone else."
Ms Collins has filed a lawsuit in federal court seeking financial compensation of an unspecified amount.
She needed treatment at hospital for wounds to her leg and arm and was unable to change her own dressings, as she did not have use of her other hand.
According to the Star Tribune, Ms Collins is still receiving counselling after the incident.
Her attorney Andrew Noel said: "What you have here is a completely innocent person taking out their garbage … and a K-9 simply wasn’t controlled.
“It should never have happened. She’s struggling emotionally with this incident."
A police officer was acquitted Thursday of the "execution"-style killing of an unarmed man who was pleading for his life, setting off more outrage over another cop getting off despite graphic evidence to convict.
Philip "Mitch" Brailsford was found not guilty of second-degree murder for shooting Daniel Shaver in a La Quinta Inn & Suites hallway Thursday, but the horror of the incident was only fully learned after the acquittal when authorities released the body camera footage of Brailsford killing the 26-year-old as he berated him and forced him to crawl towards him.
he Plainfield Police Department in Indiana placed a captain on administrative leave after she accused her coworkers of having "white male privilege."
According to the Indy Channel, on Nov. 1 officers in Plainfield, Ind., were asked to attend the Police Supervisors Transgender Awareness Training session.
The training session aimed to teach them how to interact with transgender members of the community.
The course was taught by a representative from the United States Department of Justice as well as a U.S. attorney.
The publication reported that halfway through the session, a 28-year veteran of the Plainfield Police Department questioned the instructors about a statistic, which suggests that transgender people are 3.32 times more likely to experience violence from police.
Video from the training session, provided by the police department to the Indy Channel, captured the exchange.
"My life has never been part of police violence," the officer said.
"Most of the people that I know have never been…accused the police of violence (SIC), so I guess I don't get where that statistic comes from."
The officer was the interrupted by Capt. Carri Weber.
"Because of your white male privilege," she stated.
According to the Indy Channel, the officer and others in the room were angered by Weber's comments.
An instructor attempted to regain control of the room to no avail.
A traffic stop goes bad after a bicyclist draws a gun and fires shots at an officer.
The officer immediately returns fire and takes cover behind his vehicle before calling for backup.
The suspect continues running and leaves the scene. Police are still looking for the suspect at this time.
An Oregon sheriff claims that dramatic body camera video showing deputies siccing a K9 deputy on an inmate with a suspected history of mental illness was a justifiable use of force.
Belgian malinois K9 deputy named Lars was sicced on an inmate by his handler, Deputy Ryan Dews.
Incident reports indicate Christopher Bartlett, an inmate who had been combative with deputies and may have a history of mental illness, needed to be moved to a different pod in the jail.
An Oklahoma City officer has been charged with second degree murder in connection to the fatal shooting of a suicidal man in November. Court records filed Dec. 5 show that Oklahoma City Police Department Sgt. Keith Sweeney faces a complaint of murder in the second degree or the alternative of manslaughter in the first degree. He was booked through the Oklahoma County Jail on the complaint early Tuesday. According to police, officers responded to reports of a suicidal person around 2:40 a.m. in the courtyard of Parkview Village Homes, 1416 SW 20 Street. When officers arrived on-scene, they say Pigeon was holding a bottle of lighter fluid and threatening to light himself on fire. The officers attempted to get Pigeon to drop the lighter fluid and get on the ground, but he did not comply. Court documents show that Officer Troy Nitzky deployed a bean bag shotgun, striking Pigeon in the left hip. Sergeant Sweeney then discharged his weapon striking Pigeon five times. Pigeon was provided medical attention but died on scene.
Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater said two of three officers responding to the incident did everything right to approach the situation via non-lethal methods. "This is one of those situations where we've alleged that an officer crossed the line and in fact broke the law," Prater said. Officer Nitzky and a second officer were the first to approach Pigeon. Sweeney can be heard as he arrives at the scene ordering Pigeon to drop what he had in his hands. Body camera footage catches Sweeney stating "I will f****** shoot you" just moments before firing his weapon. Following the shooting, Sweeney can be heard asking officers if the man had a knife. Only a lighter and lighter fluid were found at the scene. In interviews with authorities Sweeney has stated that he believed Pigeon had a knife in his hand and that his life was in danger. "This is a tragic situation that will be a learning situation for everyone," Prater said. The second degree murder sentence carries a sentence of 10 years to life while the alternative first degree manslaughter charge is four years to life.
The Oklahoma City Fraternal Order of Police released the following statement on the charge: “Police officers are routinely placed in dangerous situations where they must quickly make life-or-death decisions. We caution citizens against jumping to conclusions until the facts are fully presented. At this time, the FOP is not privy to the findings of the criminal investigation, and the video released today is only one piece of the puzzle. We hope to have more information about the particulars of this tragic situation soon. The FOP will always support members who act in good faith under the policies of the Oklahoma City Police Department and the law.We know these are trying times for Sgt. Sweeney and his family, and we’re here for them. We also offer our sympathy to Mr. Pigeon’s family and loved ones.” Documents filed Tuesday state that Pigeon was not armed and "not a threat to the officers". Sweeney has been on paid administrative leave since the incident.
Another day in Paris, another day of riots!
For several months now Parisian citizens have been under constant assault at the hands of Muslim and African migrants who have immigrated to the now dilapidated city and have basically taken over as liberals refuse to allow police to unleash their full power.
Here we have an example of Parisian police being forced back by an unruly mob of African migrants that are attempting to rob a mall of all its goods. These mobs have been orchestrated by liberals such as George Soros who hand out pamphlets detailing just how the migrants can destroy the nation's they enter. The pamphlets even claimed the migrants deserve these goods because of white people's colonization over the last several hundred years.
Bodycam video shows a K9 unit successfully tackle a burglary suspect last week.
The suspect, John Stephens, fled after Marion County deputies located him at a relative's house.
John subsequently jumped into a vehicle and took off. A short time later he bailed out of the vehicle and continued on foot.
At this moment the K9 unit was dispatched which resulted in his timely capture.
Dramatic bodycam footage has captured the moment a hero cop saved a newborn's life when she began choking and stopped breathing.
Tiny baby Bella had started to go blue as her panicked mum Tina Adkins held her in her arms, wrapped in a pink blanket.
A harrowing call to the emergency services has been released as the family desperately tried to help the young tot.
With his bodycam video recording he could be seen bounding up three flights of stairs to be suddenly confronted with the terrified mum and baby.
He took the baby in his arms and began performing CPR for about a minute before Bella opened her eyes and started breathing.
The officer was also praised by his Sgt Phillip Collard and Savannah Chatham's police chief Joseph Lumpkin.
Sgt Collard said: "Officer Eng did not hesitate to jump into action. Because of his compassionate and quick response, he saved the life of this little girl."
Chief Lumpkin described officer Eng's actions as an “exceedingly heartfelt, lifesaving performance”.
A horrifying video was submitted to the Free Thought Project this weekend showing two Georgia cops force a man to cut his own dog’s head off because one of them had just shot it.
The owner of the dog, Joe Nathan Goodwin filmed the incident. The video shows that simply because Goodwin refused to cut off his dog’s head that he was assaulted by a police officer and thrown down on the hood of his truck.
Imagine for a moment, police officers coming on to your property, killing your dog in front of your children, and as you were grieving, they force you to remove its head.
It is important to note that removing the head of an animal is standard procedure for health departments when testing an animal for rabies. However, this is supposed to be done by professionals who know what they are doing—not a dad who just watched his dog get killed.
According to Goodwin, after to officer shot the dog, another officer, Hollis, in the purple shirt, showed up and demanded to see the shot records. Goodwin says that although he thinks the dog was current on his shots, he couldn’t immediately produce them. That’s when things turned south.
Instead of simply waiting for Goodwin to produce the shot records, the officer in the purple shirt—clearly confused on how to handle the situation—began to demand that Goodwin cut off his head so they can test it.
Terrified diners were shocked to see machine-gun wielding police surround a dark coloured Audi in the middle of a busy street.
Armed police jumped into action to respond to what appears to be a major incident on Smithdown Road area of Liverpool.
Dramatic pictures captured officers pointing their weapons at a dark silver car stopped outside the Tavern Company restaurant near the junction with Penny Lane, report the Liverpool Echo.
Police have confirmed three people were arrested on suspicion of possession of a firearm after a suspected gun was found inside the vehicle.
Baltimore Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting in South Baltimore.
On Wednesday night, two officers noticed a man acting suspiciously and showing characteristics of a person armed with a gun.
The officers approached Allen Hosea Johnson Jr. and attempted to get the gun, but the Johnson fought back. During a struggle between the officers and Johnson, one round was fired from the gun and shot an officer in the palm of his hand.
According to Commissioner Kevin Davis, the second officer used his stun gun, was able to handcuff Johnson, and retrieve the gun.
The officer, a three year veteran of the police force, was taken to Shock Trauma for a non-life-threatening injury.
Davis says the officer is in good spirits and will be fine. Johnson is in custody and was taken to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.
Johnson has been charged with Attempted First and Second Degree Murder, Illegal Possession of a Firearm, Felony Assault Second Degree of a Law Enforcement Officer, as well as other firearm and drug-related charges.
Cellphone video showing a Winnipeg police officer allegedly hitting a 12-year-old boy was a key piece of evidence used to charge the officer with assault.
The original raw video, obtained by CBC News, is just over a minute in length and shows two police officers arriving at a city home on Aug. 7 asking to talk to the boy and although you can't see the officer touch the boy, a loud slap can be heard.
The boy's mother told CBC News she called police for help when her son was acting erratically throwing garbage and recycling around during a temper tantrum.
A Minnesota man who is wanted for federal drug charges led police on a high-speed chase this weekend in Florida.
Authorities say the man responsible has an arrest warrant issued from Moorhead.
Thirty-five-year-old Ryan Swartley from Park Rapids is being held on a charge of aggravated fleeing, possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
He is also charged with violating probation after leading police on a pursuit through Panama City Beach on Saturday.
Authorities say the speeds reached over 90 miles an hour. It all started when deputies spotted Swartley parked outside of a condo building.
That's when a deputy tried to pull him over, police say he then took off.
Authorities used a pit maneuver to stop him, but not before Swartley allegedly crashed into two different civilian cars along with damaging multiple police cars.
People who saw the chase say it was a frantic pursuit throughout the city.
"This truck is going sideways, ping ponging onto some of these cars and we jumped out because he was coming close to us and the curb," said eyewitness Greg Jones.
Authorities say one person inside a car Swartley hit was injured from the chase. Police in Florida say they had been looking for Swartley for two weeks.
Florida authorities say a man being chased by deputies for grand theft and burglary made a pit stop to inject heroin.
Marion County Sheriff's Office say a detective searching for John Stephens found him at a family member's central Florida home Monday.
Stephens fled in a vehicle. Another deputy later spotted the vehicle and pursued it.
The NYPD has released body cam video of a deadly police encounter at a Bronx homeless shelter.
Just 16 days after the fatal shooting of Cornell Lockhart, police made public the tense moments before the officers opened fire.
It happened at a facility in Tremont after Lockhart attacked two security guards. The NYPD released two videos, both 45 seconds long.
The complete recording from the body cam of 11 year veteran officer Shawn Loftus, was recorded on November 13 at a supportive housing facility serving a troubled population of formerly homeless people.
Long time resident, 67-year-old Cornell Lockhart, had just stabbed two female security guards with a steak knife. One of the injured guards can briefly be seen in video recorded by the second cop, rookie officer Nicole Krauss.
The body cam video dramatically contradicts a claim from shelter resident Hannibal Ali over how many times police commanded ‘drop the knife.’ “They said it three times to him, no not twenty times, three times. I was standing there,” he said.
According to the NYPD, Lockhart said ‘shoot me’ before stepping forward with the knife. Lockhart had a long history of mental health crisis and contacts with the police.
Officers Loftus and Krauss remain on active duty in the 48th precinct.
WARNING DISTRESSING FOOTAGE: Shocking CCTV appears to show a police officer firing bullets through a car windscreen in an alleged attempt to make it appear like a firefight
Extraordinary footage shows the moment police shot dead two men including a hostage victim before allegedly interfering with the crime scene to make it look like self-defence.
Tiago Ribeiro Messias was forced to drive his car at gunpoint by an armed robber who held him up at his country home before he was shot dead by officers near a petrol station.
CCTV shows police opening fire on the vehicle at close range and later two dead bodies, identified as Tiago and the robber, inside and outside of the car.
Tiago, who officers mistook for the robber, is seen slumped over the wheel of his car before being carried from the vehicle and placed in the boot of an ambulance.
Listen to left wing terrorists call for the murder of a conservative journalist who dared stop a girl from stealing materials he had on his desk during a speech.
This is what happened directly following that, police were assaulted, the SUV carrying the journalist, Lucian Wintrich, was then chased down and pelted with bottles, sticks, stones and anything else the unruly mob could find.
Crandon, WS - No criminal charges will be filed against a Crandon police officer who fatally shot a man in October, the Forest County District Attorney said Tuesday.
DA Chuck Simono said the officer's use of deadly force was justified as he acted in self-defense. On October 22, Officer Ryan Wilson fatally shot Dexter Baxter, 30, during a traffic stop.
Baxter had physically struggled and fought with the officer in attempt to resist arrest before Wilson shot him, Simono said.
The incident started with Officer Wilson investigating a stolen TV. He was given a description of the vehicle in the case, and later pulled over that vehicle.
Baxter was inside in the passenger seat, dash cam video showed.
Officer Wilson ordered Baxter to get out of the car and not resist arrest. Baxter said, "I'm not," but then proceeded to jump out of the vehicle and immediately grabbed Officer Wilson's head and nec