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Suit: Cops Choke And Tase Unresponsive Deaf Man, “Intentionally Burning His Flesh”

by Steve Watson, Infowars:

Four police officers in Hawthorne, California beat and tased an innocent deaf man when he failed to respond to their demands during a routine call out. The cops then charged the man with assault, according to details released as part of a lawsuit on behalf of the man.

The suit, being facilitated by the Greater Los Angeles Agency on Deafness, notes that the plaintiff, Jonathan Meister, attempted to use sign language to explain to the cops that he could not hear him when they confronted him outside his friend’s home, from which he was removing boxes of his own possessions.

A neighbor had called police, saying that Meister was acting suspiciously, after he had failed to respond to verbal calls from across the street.

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7 comments to Suit: Cops Choke And Tase Unresponsive Deaf Man, “Intentionally Burning His Flesh”

  • Plistkin

    It’s going to take a lot more than Disneyland to get me to ever visit California again.

  • karate kid

    let California role into the ocean where it belongs

  • Bas

    Those cops deserve a bullet through their head. Enough is enough!

  • Troy

    I’d hate to be a cop when the SHTF. There are many victim and family members that will remember all this abuse from Nazi cops.

  • GoodOleBoy

    I don’t think this story represents the majority of officers out there, although California does have a particular problem with vicious LEOs. Most of the cops I know are good people who care about people’s rights but at the same time they have a difficult and dangerous job.

    • MRH

      I agree with the sentiment, GOB. What is happening is very scary, in my opinion. We report, here at SGT, almost daily on another officer(s) beating, shooting, killing people. It just seems that more and more “protect and serve” officers–representatives of the law, not above the law–are making poor decisions and costing people their property, their security and their lives. It is a frightening trend.

  • Slvrizgold

    @goodoleboy yeah most cops aren’t monsters, but thanks to the Internet we can find out which ones definitely are.

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