There are three of them, two men and a woman, all of them in uniform. Three policemen are sitting side by side in the office, in front of a computer screen. Laugh out loud, strong jokes: The show must be fun … they watch an arrest video that was made months ago. A woman’s voice is heard screaming, “Leave me, I didn’t know.” Believe it: Karen Garner, A 73-year-old grandmother has Alzheimer’s disease. It was picked last June 26 in Colorado It came out of Walmart Without paying a bill $ 13, But only now has a video been released of police officers mocking her as she shows off the body camera footage of this surreal arrest: Another video embarrasses the US police And this time it is not related to an African American.
A show that sparks a lot of fun among the uniformed men of the area Loveland is an old lady who has stopped walking in a field towards the house. An agent is seen asking her to stop and when she refuses, he throws her on the ground and tied her hands. In the maneuver, they broke her arm. When reviewing a scene, sadism explodes, too. «Hear the sound of this shoulder (When he took off himself) ”says a policeman. As mentioned by the woman A. Broken elbow The family’s lawyer, who revealed the security camera footage with the policemen’s voice recording, said they were “cleaned.”
The charge against them is “violent assault” and violating the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Attorney Sarah Shelky clarified that her client was Six hours without medical supportConfused and cried after arrest, it turned into “torture.”
Alyssa Schwartz, Garner’s daughter; Shannon Steward, the daughter-in-law, and Jessa Schwartz, his niece, met the press yesterday and recounted the consequences of the arrest: with tears in their eyes, according to the Loveland Reporter Herald, they said that what happened to her changed the woman who, since then, has not been the same, she is depressed.
An investigation has been opened into this surreal arrest by agents from the Loveland region.
April 27, 2021 (Change to April 27, 2021 | 11:06 am)
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