Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by skylarbrie, Mar 26, 2015.
Was it for starting threads with just links?
well that was excessive
Floyd Dent is an amazing man. He has worked his entire adult life, from age 20-57, for Ford Motor Company in suburban Detroit. Never a day in his life has he been in trouble with the law. Loved by his family and community, he's about as upstanding of a citizen as a man could be.
So, when the Michigan State Police in Wayne County, outside of Detroit, trailed Floyd's car, suspecting him of purchasing drugs, what happened next may be the most preposterous case of police brutality in modern American history.
Yanked from his car and put into a brutal, illegal choke hold, officers begin to repeatedly punch Floyd in the face, nearly knocking him unconscious. Another officer comes up and shocks Floyd three separate times with his Taser - putting him at great risk of death. In all, ten officers, all of them white, made contact with Floyd during this ordeal.
While in the hospital, Floyd was forced to take drug tests, which all came back negative for drugs.
They eventually charged him with not coming to a complete stop at a stop sign. Floyd even disputes this charge. One of the officers, as you will see in the video, was previously cited by the government for falsely planting evidence.
See the brutal video below and share this immediately.
Yea, But not coming to a complete stop at a stop sign is the third leading cause of death in the black community. Good job officers. You're keeping us safe!
And a 57 year old dude with a limp = public enemy number 1
Just stop. Police are here to protect and serve. The citizens are always to blame..... Fucking cops... If this wasn't taped, this wouldn't even be a issue. When the fuck are body cams going to be law?
the simple act of opening your car door can be construed to be an act of aggression, which in turn justifies the drawing of guns or a righteous beating by the po po
I read somewhere on the internets that Chevy put them up to it.