More Trump Cops Face Prison in Colorado Racist Assault (Warning)

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AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Newly released body cam images show an arrest made by two Aurora police officers on Friday that has resulted in excessive force charges for the officers. John Haubert and Francine Martinez were the first two responding officers to the July 23 incident on the 3100 block of South Parker Road. Court documents show the suspect they wound up arresting said “You’re killing me” as one officer pistol-whipped him and choked him.

The suspect who was arrested on that day was Kyle Maurice Vinson, 29. The officers responded to a report of trespassing and encountered Vinson there along with two other suspects. The court documents state the officers ordered the suspects to sit down while they attempted to run a records check on them, but two ran away.

The images from the body cam show Haubert holding a gun to Vinson as he was put on the ground while ordering him to put his hands in front of him. Haubert then is seen in the images holding the suspect’s neck on the ground with one hand and pressing the muzzle of his gun on the back of the suspect’s head with the other.

Haubert, 39, was booked on charges of assault with a deadly weapon causing serious bodily injury, a second felony assault charge of strangulation, felony menacing and official misconduct and official oppression

Moments later Vinson allegedly tried to prevent officers from trying to get him in handcuffs. Haubert then allegedly drove his gun into Vinson’s neck and then hit Vinson with his gun multiple times. One witness said Haubert told Vinson “Stop fighting or I’ll shoot” but the body cam video apparently doesn’t show Vinson fighting back.

 

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  1. FBI stats seem to show a continual decline in violent gun related crimes by civilians for the last couple of decades, but police brutality has apparently not declined. Is this due to israeli training of our cops? Is this due to cities hiring former military personnel as cops? Hard to say, but in countries like Norway and Iceland where the police are not armed, police brutality does not seem to be an ongoing problem. But then, unarmed cops are trained for longer periods of time (e.g. two years) before being let out onto the streets. Is the six months training in the USA enough?

    Do our cops really need to be more seriously trained on methods of violence diffusion, rather than just how to obey orders and how to shoot accurately? Again, hard to say, but our cops do need to have their immunity protection challenged, and people like William J. Lewinski (a man who never saw a police brutality case he didn’t like) need to be more seriously challenged in court cases.

    • Not sure of the stats, but I would bet high, that vets that have become police would be less likely to be violent, and more likely to be culturally tolerant as a general rule.

  2. Currently working for a major package delivery operation in the PNW. My route is the capitol campus, the state troopers, and the local municipality along with the police department. It is unbelievable how many come and take it tattoos I see daily along with Thin Blue Line insignias on the uniforms of said members of law enforcement. Even with the new police accountability laws in the great state of Washington these are not people, they are terrorists! Overheard a comment just the other day for an unamed lieutenant in the state troopers building questioning the validity of any anti-police rhetoric. We are lower than them, we are scum to them, they truly believe this as they are taught it at the Academy. Police brutality like this is why I left Texas in the first place as it is more prevalent in the South one would believe. Two more shining examples in Colorado that deserve the death penalty.

  3. They all say it. ‘This is not who we are as a department” … Yes, it is. This man is just another Boar Demon written about in ancient mythology for eons.

    The union boss has more power than the chief. The victim will get paid, and the city has to decide at some point if they like paying so much all the time.