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is the London police with their "bobbies" figurehead of the city or a brutal pile that does not deterrent in front of the choking of students?London police chokes school boys
In the south of London, a schoolboy should have been appreciated by a police officer of the Metropolitan Police in a search. The 13-year-old Benjamin Olajive was on his way to McDonald's,, whom a black person was reported with a knife. Apparently, Benjamin corresponded to the description.
videos show five civil servants using Benjamin, which suffers from ADHD and PTBS, create handcuffs while browsing his clothes and their backpack after a weapon. You can hear Benjamin scream: "My hands, my hands", while his wrists are tightly pushed behind his back and violently down his head.
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the Metropolitan Police declared Benjamin " Try to escape the civil servants "and be tied up with handcuffs so that a search could be performed". In addition, he "had stepped against a police car several times and caused bumps" and was "arrested" because of the suspicion of property damage.
After testimonies, the search took about 45 minutes before Benjamin was set to a van and brought to the police station in Brixton. The police declared that the "object", which someone considered a knife, acted in reality for an Afro-crest. His mother now fears that her son could give a trauma.
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