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USVideo shows Florida police officer kicking handcuffed man

16:05  06 december  2018
16:05  06 december  2018 Source:   msn.com

4 Florida police officers on leave after video emerges of one apparently kicking suspect

4 Florida police officers on leave after video emerges of one apparently kicking suspect Four police officers in Coral Springs, Florida, are on administrative leave as the department investigates bystander video that shows one officer apparently kicking a handcuffed suspect. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); In the cellphone video, obtained by CNN affiliates WSVN and WPLG in Miami, three law enforcement officers struggle with the suspect in the street before they walk him over and sit him on a curb.

A video released Thursday showing a Miami Police officer kicking a handcuffed man in the head has led to that officer being relieved of duty.

Penns Grove police officer George Manganaro was charged with aggravated assault after allegedly kicking a handcuffed man accused of burglary.

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. — Four Florida police officers are on administrative leave after a cell phone video appeared to show one of them kicking a handcuffed man accused of stealing candy and drinks.

The video shot by a bystander Tuesday night shows 28-year-old Gabriel Narcisse-Beckford sitting on a curb with Coral Springs police officers around him. One officer kicks the man as another officer tells him to stop.

WSVN reports Narcisse-Beckford had struggled with police and had been shot with a stun gun.

Coral Springs police Chief Clyde Perry saw the video Wednesday and tells WPLG he immediately contacted the state attorney's office.

Jail records say Narcisse-Beckford is black, 6-feet tall and 350 pounds. He faces multiple charges. The identities of the officers haven't been released.

Former Cleveland police officer who killed Tamir Rice loses bid to reclaim job with department.
The Ohio police officer who killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice four years ago will not get his job back. Cleveland Officer Timothy Loehmann was cleared in the shooting of Rice, who was armed with a pellet gun, but was fired last year for failing to disclose that he had been previously forced out by another department. Loehmann challenged the dismissal, but was denied in the arbitration process, the police union said Tuesday. The union is considering an appeal. “Perception and reality don’t match up in this case as to why he was discharged,” Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Association lawyer Henry Hilow said, according to Cleveland.com.

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