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Cop Arrested for Punting Cuffed Man’s Head Like a Football on Video, Says He Did Nothing Wrong

Image After his violent arrest in April, Timothy Williams, 40, thought he was  getting to  be railroaded by the system that savagely attacked and imprisoned him during a police response to an audible alarm. Williams, who had nothing  to try to to  with the alarm going off, was stopped by police and savagely beaten while handcuffed. For months,  nobody  believed him the video has been released  and therefore the  officer who  apportioned  horrifying violence on a handcuffed man has been charged. Monroe  policeman  Jared Desadier was charged with one count of second-degree battery and one count of malfeasance in office by bill  of data  on Aug. 18. On Tuesday, August 25, despite video evidence of his crimes, Desadier pleaded  acquitted  , claiming he did nothing wrong when he punted Williams' head  sort of a  football. According to police, they detained Williams that night because they  found  him while responding to the alarm going off. When police search

Multiple Experts, Including Nobel Laureate, Claim Lockdown is More Dangerous Than COVID-19

When multiple experts from  round the  world, including a  Nobel prize  winning biophysicist and two of  the foremost  highly cited  and revered  scientists alive,  continue  record stating that these lockdowns could  convince  be more dangerous and deadly than the COVID-19 virus itself,  it is time  for us to respectfully listen. For many of you reading this, these claims  could seem  absurd  or maybe  ridiculous - which is more  a mirrored image  of the limited narrative provided to us by the media than actual reality itself - but please try  to not  be dismissive, and remember that these are  alright  respected scientists and researchers, all of which  aren't  only very  intimate  this particular topic but have obviously earned  the proper  to precise  their views without the unprofessional imposition of censorship silencing them. Among this list of  status  figures, includes the likes of Professor Michael Levitt, winner of the 2013  Nobel prize  in chemistry; Professor Yoram La