Ferguson Cops Once Falsely Imprisoned Innocent Man, Beat Him, Charged Him for Bleeding on Uniforms

Cassius Methyl | Live Free, Live Natural

The true nature of the police department of Ferguson, Missouri is under heavy investigation by the masses of conscious people. Thumbnail credit: thedailybeast.com

These conscious people are currently accelerating the paradigm shift to extremely significant proportions, and so in relevance to the massive nationwide protests, this piece of info was uncovered from 4 years ago;

The Ferguson Police Department once beat an innocent man named Henry Davis, an African American welder, and charged him with destruction of property for bleeding on the violent officer’s uniform, according to a lawsuit filed by the victim.

Davis was misidentified as a man with a warrant who had the same first and last name as him, on September 20th 2009, and he was put in jail.

When he asked for another sleeping mat in the jail where he was momentarily incarcerated for no reason, a cop brought a gang of other cops into his cell, told them Davis was being belligerent, and they proceeded to slam him up against a wall and be violent enough to make his blood spill .

Charging this completely innocent man with destruction of property for involuntarily bleeding on a cop’s uniform is unspeakably absurd and malicious.

Davis attempted to sue the city of Ferguson in a civil case, which he later lost. His charges, however, were dropped. Police were ordered to provide surveillance footage, but they claimed it was improperly recorded and couldn’t produce it. You can see the legal documents here.

Please share this with absolutely as many people as possible. This is one more piece of evidence to add to your case against the Ferguson Police Department, and all abusive police in America.

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15 August 2014 | 9:38 pm – Source: livefreelivenatural.com

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