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article imageReview: Police brutality — The Robert Leone case

By Alexander Baron     Jul 6, 2012 in Crime
The Rodney King case back in the 1990s led to hysteria over 'racism' in the American police. Robert Leone is living proof that police brutality is an equal opportunities pastime.
Did you hear the joke about the police officer who broke his hand on a suspect's head then charged him with assault? Sadly, it is not a joke; this is what happened here, and worse.
The video Police Brutality Worse than Rodney King - The Robert Leone Story, runs to just over 37 minutes and can currently be found at this url. As it is narrated throughout, it needs little in the way of description. Be aware though that it contains explicit language and is graphic, none more so than the photograph which is exhibited at just over 26 minutes.
The narrator is a former police officer, which is encouraging, about the only thing about this modern day horror story that is. At the end of the video, he touches on The Code. If you have never heard of that, it is carried out here in spades. The most frightening observation is the one he makes about the presence of the cameras. These thugs in uniform knew they were there, but carried on regardless because they realised nothing would be done about their behaviour.
Rodney King died June 17 this year; he must be spinning in his grave.
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