The video indicates a couple of law enforcement officials keep guy’s hands As One Cop, again and again, Sucker Punches Him
Malcolm Coleman, 26, allegedly committed with a firearm resisted officers attempted him under arrest for it. Everyone will agree that Coleman should be held his alleged crimes, however, because a cop couldn’t control himself, who many will say should be in prison, will likely get a hefty check from the Pennsylvania taxpayers too.
The incident unfolded on Friday when police were Coleman on charges of with a firearm. police, attempted Coleman into custody, he resisted with violence. That violent resistance seen brief video below, however.
According to from Norristown Mark E. Talbot, the incident unfolded on Friday, November 6th at 430 p.m. Norristown Police received information that Malcolm Coleman, was 200 block of Franklin Street. Coleman was reported to be wanted for an with a firearm that occurred in Philadelphia and for a probation violation in Montgomery County. Philadelphia Police officials, Coleman was considered to be armed and dangerous.
According to the statement, Coleman, who stands 6’7″ tall and weighs 235 pounds, was located by officers standing near his car a residence on Franklin Street. officer on the scene, Sean Gallagher, approached Coleman and engaged him in conversation time for other officers to arrive. After time, more officers responded attempted take Coleman into custody.
At , police, Gallagher told Coleman that he was being arrested tried to grab Coleman’s arm. Gallagher reported that Coleman immediately resisted being taken into custody while quickly backing away and reaching for his waistband. Coleman repeatedly told officers that he’s ‘not going back to jail’ and as he tried officers tasered him which caused Coleman to fall to .
The statement continues:
“Mr. Coleman quickly regained his footing and continued to resist being taken into custody. Bystander video depicts the encounter. The video shows several officers surrounding Mr. Coleman while attempting him into handcuffs. Mr. Coleman seen pulling officers and refusing himself to be handcuffed.
“While Mr. Coleman resisting officers' attempts him into handcuffs, Officer Gallagher seen striking Mr. Coleman twice head. Mr. Coleman was eventually taken into custody to be in possession of cocaine. Officers transported Mr. Coleman to the municipal hall and immediately medics to treat Mr. Coleman for a laceration to his head.
The department then gave the canned statement all departments give when their officers are caught on video violating the rights of citizens.
“The Norristown holds its officers to standards of conduct take all appropriate steps that our standards are upheld. All use of force by our officers is thoroughly investigated. bystander video, police body camera footage, witness interviews, and police reports be reviewed. Officer Gallagher has been placed on administrative duty pending further investigation.”
Despite that police claimed Coleman “reached for his waistband,” was unarmed. What’s more, when the punches were delivered, Coleman’s arms were restrained behind his back, giving no reason for Gallagher to punch .
As the video shows, Coleman is surrounded by police, has his hands behind his back, and is posing , if any resistance. However, when Gallagher sneaks around to his street justice, he endangered everyone involved by forcing Coleman struggling again to avoid being sucker-punched.
What’s more, as stated above, because Gallagher couldn’t resist sucker-punching a restrained man, the taxpayers of Norristown will now be paying for it.
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