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Delaware Officer Indicted for Assault After Video Shows Him Kicking Suspect


A dash camera from another patrol car captured Officer Thomas Webster approaching Latif Dickerson following a fight back in August 2013. After ordering Dickerson to the ground, Webster is seen kicking him once in the head, knocking him out and breaking his jaw. More Here.

May 08, 2015
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Ty @ 5/9/2015 1:55 AM

I saw this video. The arrested subject cooperated with the request of the officer; got down on his knees to then be kicked unconsciously in the face. Having his jaw broke in the process. This officer was indicted and charged with aggravated assault. Now you tell me..was this a racist move against another black male? No one was standing around video taping this, but perhaps the cam in the squad car captured it all. People pretend black people don't have a right to be angry at officers who treat us like we're not equal. It's profiling that concerns us. Police brutality that concerns us. As the rest of the world applauds the officers for their misrepresentation of the law, it is our race that suffers mostly at their disposal. This abuse has been happening for years. And as a officer of the law I am disgraced by this officers actions. He represents himself and his racist views not the honor of the badge for which he swore to uphold. People just call it what it is so we can heal together...

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