Den engelska polisen i Bristol råkade nyligen skjuta polisdepartementets specielle rådgivare inom rasrelaterade frågor. Den 63-årige polisrådgivaren, Judah Adunbi, sköts i ansiktet med elpistol utanför ingången till sitt hem. Polisen uppger att de misstog honom för en efterlyst skurk. En granne till 63-åringen spelade in incidenten på video...
Publicerades den 20 jan. 2017 Eva Jats
Judah Adunbi - who helped found a police race relations group - was tasered after he argued with officers hunting for a wanted man in Bristol.https://youtu.be/uZmWDYThzGo
Police taser their own race relations adviser in the face
An investigation has been launched after police in Bristol, southwest England, Tasered their own race relations adviser after apparently mistaking him for a wanted man.
Judah Adunbi, 63, was Tasered by officers from Avon and Somerset police outside his home on Saturday.
The Guardian reports Adunbi sat on Bristol’s independent advisory group, designed to forge links between police and the community.
Video recorded by a neighbor shows police scuffling with Adunbi as he tries to walk through the gate of his home before falling to the ground after being shot with a Taser.
Adunbi is quoted in the Guardian saying he thought he was going to die.
“I felt that was it. Because of the way I fell back. The way I fell backward on the back of my head. I was just paralyzed. I thought that was it. I thought they were taking my life.”
In the video he refuses to provide his name, stating: “I’ve done no wrong. Leave me alone.”
After the Taser is discharged, an officer says: “Taser, Taser, Taser. You’ve been Tasered. All right?”
The neighbor who is filming can be heard protesting, although an officer tells him: “He was trying to fight us.”
Adunbi has said he feels humiliated after the incident.[...]
Engelsk polis sköt sin egen 63-årige rådgivare inom rasrelaterade frågor - "liknade en svart skurk"
'Journalism is printing what someone else does NOT want printed: - Everything else is public relations.'