Showing posts with label Providence sergeant Joseph Hanley. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Providence sergeant Joseph Hanley. Show all posts

Cop Charged for Handcuffing innocent man, Bouncing On His Head together with his Knee

Video footage of what led to the arrest of Providence sergeant Joseph Hanley was released on showing exactly why the officer needed to face charges. the discharge of the video is now making waves as its contents and also the undeniable fact that it absolutely was released in the slightest degree was highly controversial.

According to police, they were responding to an alleged domestic dispute after they confronted and arrested 28-year-old Markese Davis who officers say was assault and battery. During the arrest, police accused several bystanders of “verbally interfering” with the arrest — few crimes.

It is unclear if Rishod Gore, also 28, was one in every one of these folks but that didn't relate to Sgt. Hanley and his team of uniformed attack dogs. After putting Davis within the prowl car, cops walked right down to a car occupied by Gore and another female and without telling him why proceeded to tug him from the vehicle and savagely attack him.

As the video shows, Gore merely asks officers why they're dragging him out of the vehicle before he's thrown to the bottom stomped on, handcuffed, so repeatedly kicked and punched by Hanley as he verbally berated him also.

“Why you pullin’ me like this man?” asked Gore to which Hanley replies, “Shut up.”

Hanley repeatedly called Gore a “tough guy” and gave the impression to be attempting to electrify him. However, Gore allowed cops to put him under arrest and failed to fight back, likely knowing he would easily get a settlement from the abuse — which he did, but a year later.

For several moments, Hanley will be seen punching Gore within the ribs, kicking him within the head, and bouncing up and down on the man’s neck and the head area along with his knee.

When cops stand Gore up, he's stall asking them, “what did I do? What did I do?”

“Shut up,” Hanley says as he kicks Gore all over again and steps on the packs of his kegs.

When he was put within the automobile, Gore was originally charged with offense and battery. But after reviewing the evidence, it absolutely was clear Gore was entirely innocent and then those charges were dropped. Gore would later file a suit and receive a $50,000 settlement.

Asked for comment about the videos, Gore’s lawyer Georgi Vogel-Rosen told the Providence Journal that “Mr. Gore is keen to place this horrific incident behind him. He has resolved his legal claims with the town and appears forward to moving on together with his life. He has no additional statement to form at this point.”

Jose Batista, head of the Providence police civilian oversight panel, risked his job to place out the video and did so knowing it'd infuriate police.

“I had positive and productive working relationships with almost everybody on the board. But the more I advocated the discharge of this video, the more severe those relationships began to deteriorate. which are some things that I feel is unfortunate. and therefore the people have a right to understand how they're being policed and what happens as a consequence,” said Batista.

We agree. Naturally, however, the police union disagrees, and in an exceeding statement, the union said, “The public release of the Joe Hanley video by the chief Director of PERA, Jose Batista, clearly demonstrates how PERA…fails to act as and remain a neutral, independent review board of Providence Police conduct.”

The statement continued to mention, “The release of the video will now undoubtedly not only impede the flexibility of the officer to receive a good and impartial trial but may impede the power of the complainant to own his complaint properly adjudicated.”

As you watch the videos below, remember that Gore was within the sanctity of his own car and had committed no crime which is all the video shows. Next time someone tells you that if you don’t want to induce beaten by police, don’t do anything wrong, show then this.

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