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Australia NSW Police officers treated woman 'like a dog' in Sydney pub arrest, court hears

13:27  28 september  2020
13:27  28 september  2020 Source:   abc.net.au

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A woman has described being treated "like a dog" while she was allegedly attacked by two police officers in Western Sydney, a court has heard.

Anya Bradford, 25, was with a friend when she attended the Railway Hotel in Liverpool shortly before she was due to meet with her parole officer.

CCTV shows her playing a poker machine as two police officers conduct ID checks of patrons in the gaming room in May 2019.

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The court heard she was asked for ID but told police she didn't have any on her before they continued asking others in the pub.

But when Ms Bradford — who is transgender — tried to leave, she was stopped by two police officers before a scuffle broke out near the ATM.

Senior Constable Mark Follington, 60, charged her with assault, but the charges were dropped and now he is accused of making up a case against her.

He has pleaded not guilty to a series of charges, including two counts of common assault, and tampering with evidence.

Ms Bradford gave evidence before Magistrate Michael Crompton at the Downing Centre about the day she was allegedly attacked by police.

"He grabbed me by the throat and pushed me into an ATM and a fight broke out," she said.

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"I remember my head being slammed against an ATM multiple times — I was shoved in the neck with a taser."

CCTV played to the court showed Senior Constable Follington and probationary officer Matt Brown blocking Ms Bradford from leaving the hotel, before chasing her down the street and into the foyer of a parole office.

Ms Bradford claims she was laughed and snarled at by Constable Brown before he sprayed her with pepper spray.

"I couldn't see, I was blind, it was all over my body, I felt like I was on fire, all I remember was then being tackled by the bigger officer [Follington]," she said.

"My head hit the corner of the room and then he put his knee on my chest so I couldn't breath and the smaller officer [Brown] was throwing punches to my face."

CCTV shows Ms Bradford being handcuffed on the ground before other officers arrive at the parole office and she is dragged out of the building.

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"The larger officer picked me up by the handcuffs, like I was on a leash, like I was a dog, then he dragged me out ... laughing," she said.

The court heard Ms Bradford sustained non-life-threatening injuries, but was left with a black eye and cuts to her wrist.

Defence barrister Ray Hood asked Ms Bradford if she was exaggerating her evidence by claiming she was tasered before leaving the pub.

Ms Bradford denied that suggestion and also denied telling the two officers to "f*** off" when they asked her for ID.

"Did you use the words, 'f*** you grunts?'," he said.

"I highly doubt it," she said.

The court head Ms Bradford was tasered for a second time during a scuffle in the parole office.

The Crown prosecutor Claire Robinson told the court Senior Constable Follington spoke to Constable Brown on the night of the arrest about the potential of the woman's phone data being downloaded.

"He said, 'This is good for us. We will be fine as long as keep to the story'," she said,

Senior Constable Follington is also expected to give evidence during the hearing.

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