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Florida Cop turns off his dash cam before beating 66 year old man with dementia. Unbeknownst to him

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posted on Feb, 5 2012 @ 07:10 AM
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Florida Cop turns off his dash cam before beating 66 year old man with dementia. Unbeknownst to him a backup cam was still running.


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"A Melbourne police officer reprimanded for deliberately disabling the dashboard camera in his patrol car, before confronting a 66-year-old man suffering from dementia, could face additional scrutiny as the city prepares for a potential lawsuit. Officer Derek Middendorf's actions — captured on video later salvaged by technicians — are at the center of calls for his dismissal as a lawyer for Albert Flowers says he plans to file suit against the city for false arrest, false imprisonment and malicious prosecution. "He should be fired. Anyone who's being pulled ov
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posted on Feb, 5 2012 @ 07:10 AM
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psychotic cop!

He kicks him in the nuts and then whacks him repeatedly in the face.

Then we find out he tried to turn his video recorder off to hide his crime, if anyone can find more on this story to fill in the gaps would be cool to read about it in full.

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"A Melbourne police officer reprimanded for deliberately disabling the dashboard camera in his patrol car, before confronting a 66-year-old man suffering from dementia, could face additional scrutiny as the city prepares for a potential lawsuit. Officer Derek Middendorf's actions — captured on video later salvaged by technicians — are at the center of calls for his dismissal as a lawyer for Albert Flowers says he plans to file suit against the city for false arrest, false imprisonment and malicious prosecution. "He should be fired. Anyone who's being pulled over by this officer should be terrified," said attorney Paul Bross, who formally notified the city Tuesday of his intent to sue. "It's clear (Officer Middendorf) tried to destroy all the video in this case. He thought he had turned off the camera, and that's why he acted the way he did.""



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