All these Blue Gang members should have been indicted including their superiors, but we have just one indicment and that is as far as it will go. They have to throw the sheeple a bone, so they will go through their dog and pony den of corruption show to make it look good, but as the writer stated, none of these BG members will ever do a day in jail even they committed murder. Isn't this obvious by now?
A New York City police officer who was caught on video stomping on a manâ€™s head has been indicted on assault charges.
NYPD officer Joel Edouard also pulled a gun from his holster during a struggle with a man named Jahmiel Cuffee who was suspected of smoking a joint.
Edouard also stormed off from the struggle at around the 1:15 mark, walks down the street, then returns and kicks Cuffee in the head at around the 1:45 mark.
The crowd gasps as another cop pushes him away.
The joint was never found, so police claim he had tossed it on the ground when he spotted them, but they were so busy abusing him that they lost track of the alleged joint, which is why they charged him with attempted tampering with evidence, obstructing governmental administration and resisting arrest.
The incident took place July 23, less than a week after the video showing an NYPD choking Eric Gardner to death went viral and raised awareness about police brutality to those who had not been paying attention. Charges were dismissed against Cuffee in December.
On Tuesday, the Brooklyn District Attorneyâ€™s Office is expected to make the formal announcement of the indictment.
However, the New York Daily News broke the story tonight.
A cell phone video captured the officer giving the boot to 32-year-old Jahmiel Cuffee on July 23 during an arrest in Bedford-Stuyvesant. â€œHelp me!â€ Cuffee pleads as several cops hold him down. Edouard can be seen briefly pulling a gun, then putting it back in his holster. He walks away, returns and appears to kick Cuffee in the head, prompting another cop to push him and the crowd to gasp. Cuffee, who has a 2-year-old son, has said he suffered scrapes and bumps. Officers alleged they saw him throwing away a joint, but he was only charged with attempted tampering with evidence, obstructing governmental administration and resisting arrest, records show. â€œThere was no evidence of marijuana,â€ a law enforcement source said. In November, the Brooklyn DAâ€™s office indicted two officers who were seen on surveillance video punching and pistol-whipping a teen who was also being busted for marijuana possession. Those cases, one of which is a felony, are pending.
Edouard, 36, whoâ€™s been on the force for eight years, faces a year in jail if convicted. But he probably wonâ€™t serve a day in jail.