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26-year-old Felipe Alvarado was chased by police after being fingered as a suspect in vehicle burglaries, but police metered out a punishment more befitting of a dangerous murderer.
The video shows the suspect fall to the ground after officers Taser him before delivering brutal kicks to the man’s face, chest and back.
After the man is flat down on his face and handcuffed, another officer delivers one more boot to his head.
Sgt. Matthew Mount of the Indiana police then ludicrously attempts to explain away the kick by claiming that the cop was trying to prevent "the possibility of bodily fluid exchanges," claiming the suspect was spitting at the officer despite the fact that the video shows his head turned away from the officer towards the ground.
The four brutal kicks delivered before the final boot to the head are completely glossed over and ignored.
The incident follows the arrest of IMPD officer Adam Chappell in connection with kicking a 17-year-old during last year’s Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration.