Police violence during the Jason Stockley protests was so over the top that four cops have been charged with beating one of their own officers.
A judge has refused to dismiss excessive force claims against police after multiple officers were seen on video surrounding a man in a restraint chair and hitting him with pepper spray in his face.
An officer—who was hired in spite of his criminal record—was seen on body camera video punching a handcuffed teen who was not resisting at all.
A police officer abused his power, kidnapped a mentally diminished woman from a hospital, handcuffed her, raped her on the hood of his car, and he is only doing 90 days.
An innocent mother and her three children are now homeless just before Christmas after police destroyed their home looking for a suspect who was not there.
Body camera video has exonerated an innocent man who became the target of aggressive deputies after he asked them for directions at a football game.
“I went through a whole can of mace,” and “I had a couple of little good kicks,” were just some of the outlandish statements made by police as they beat police brutality protesters.
Despite clear video evidence of a police officer assaulting a handcuffed man to the point that he was knocked out, the officer was not charged or fired.
Police in Salt Lake City were seen on body camera video claiming an unarmed man had a gun before they opened fire on him, killing him.
A disturbing video shows a high school teen in Ohio being tasered by the school officer over a disagreement about the color of his pants.