The Los Angeles Police Department has a record far longer than some of the world’s most hardened criminals. After all, it was the LAPD who gave Chris Dorner a trial by fire and many others a trial by machine gun.
But those individuals provoked the police, right? Deserved what they got.
Well, in the latest case, it appears that the LAPD also likes to brutalize people who are riding their bicycle after dark without having their lights on.
34-year-old Brian Cisneros was riding his bicycle to work after dark when he was confronted by police. His description indicates that there was not even a conversation that took place before the police pounced:
“The doors flew open, and the lights were on me. They drew their guns down, and they just attacked me. And they threw me on the floor, and they started stomping my face in,” he said.
Cisneros added, “They choked me out and all that, and then they threw me on their hood.”
The alleged victim said he never resisted the officers.
“(I thought) I’m gonna die, I’m never going to see my kids again,” he said. (Source)
The officers didn’t kill him — maybe they just weren’t in the mood, or didn’t feel like doing the extra paperwork. Instead, they just gave him some lacerations, a dislocated shoulder and a fractured elbow. Oh, and a ticket for “no lights after the hours of darkness.”
The decline of American civilization can be seen all around, but perhaps nowhere is it better illustrated than in the worsening behavior of our supposed protectors. Just this past week we have seen that people in Detroit who believed they were being robbed by fake cops, were actually victimized by REAL cops.
To better learn how many police departments are devolving into gang-like institutions that are putting real gangs to shame, please listen to the story of a good officer, Justin Hanners, and how he was forced out of his position because he stood for freedom.
Note: for legal reasons it should be mentioned that the case of the man getting his faced stomped is under “investigation.”
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