posted on Jul, 15 2014 @ 10:19 AM
I am not against the police. I firmly believe there are lots more good cops than there are bad ones. But with the recent stories from all over
siting police going above and beyond in their aggressiveness, this one strikes me as odd.
A cop pulls a car for speeding. Then the driver of the speeding car tries to jump the officer. Luckily for all involved, he was subdued and nobody
had to get shot.
Now the kicker. First off, the cops in this town don't have dash cams installed in their cars. This cop had his own personal cam installed in case
he needed it to protect himself. The driver he arrested? A lieutenant in Internal Affairs. So this lieutenant jeopardizes the safety of all
involved by being a jerk. It seems the cop did what he should have, but is now relived of duty.
It's an odd story so I thought you all would enjoy it.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A Miami police officer has been relieved of duty pending the outcome of investigation where he and another cop clashed during
a traffic stop. It was captured on the traffic cop’s personal video camera that he mounted on the dash of his squad car.
The video, obtained by the blog, Crespogram.com, show’s officer Marcel Jackson pulling over an alleged speeder in an unmarked car in June. It
appears to be on Southwest 7th Street in Little Havana.
Not fifteen seconds after Ofc. Jackson reaches the driver’s window, the video shows motorist pushing the front door open against the officer and
confronting him. The immediately engage in a tussle, going to the ground. Other officers quickly arrive and help their colleague subdue the combative
What no one knew, at least for a while, is the driver who jumped in the cop’s face was Miami police Lieutenant David Ramras – who was assigned to
internal affairs, which investigates other cops.
edit on 15-7-2014 by network dude because: fixed
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