Thursday, July 18, 2013

A Lesson From L.A. in the Zimmerman Case | RealClearPolitics

A Lesson From L.A. in the Zimmerman Case | RealClearPolitics: "Uncontested testimony at the trial also showed that the officers had tried to arrest King without striking him. King, who had taken up weight lifting while in prison on a robbery conviction, was large and strong. He had thrown the four officers who were trying to handcuff him off his back. The sergeant who was directing the arrest then fired two Taser charges at King. He staggered and went down, then climbed back to his feet. The officers were convinced King was under the influence of PCP. All this happened before the taping -- and the beating of King -- began."

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