Video: Cop lies about Pistol-whipping an ALLEGED Suspect, the Victim jailed for 4 months!Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Mon, 09/03/2012 - 23:08
Officer-Involved Shooting Surveillance Video
Surveillance video appears to show a police officer's gun discharging as he hits a man with it.
Monday, Sep 3, 2012 | Updated 4:52 PM EDT
Surveillance video that led to assault charges for a Prince George’s County police officer appears to show a gun firing as an officer struck a man in February.
The footage from a Brentwood, Md., store appears to show Corp. Donald Taylor striking 19-year-old Ryan Dorm with his gun. A flash upon impact appears to be the gun firing.
Taylor lied about the incident, police said. The officer claimed Dorm, believed to be involved in an attempted robbery at a gas station, reached for the officer’s weapon.
Worse, the moron lunatic statist copthug had his booger finger on the trigger as he pistol-whipped the victim; he discharged a round as he pistol-whipped the victim!
Proving once again, the State in all its nonexistent 'wisdom,' is officially in the business of actively arming those who truly should NEVER be armed, let alone have such insanity actively funded by confiscated wealth of the citizenry's.
Just another day in USSA. More copthuggery from the statist lunatic fringe, in a rabidly anti-gun 'liberal' state of Maryland.
Sue them all, into a Maywood, CA oblivion!
UPDATE 1: YouTube upload
Published on Sep 2, 2012 by Supertwerk97
BRENTWOOD, Md. - Fox 5 has obtained surveillance video of a February 3rd incident involving a Prince George's County police officer that seems to dispute his story about why his gun discharged.
A Cottage City 19-year-old spent nearly 4 months in jail after Corporal Donald Taylor claimed Ryan Dorm assaulted him and the gun went off as Taylor struggled with him. The surveillance video is from a business on Perry Street near Rhode Island Avenue in the Brentwood area. Attorney Jimmy Bell, who represents Dorm, says the video shows Taylor out-and-out "lied" when he wrote up a report supporting assault charges against his client.
The incident started when Dorm and a friend say they went to the "Lowest Price" gas station convenience store late that night to buy snacks. Dorm says his friend was wearing a ski mask because it was cold, but two police officers thought he looked suspicious and were going to rob the store. Ryan says he wanted to avoid any trouble, so he left.. But he says Taylor and a second officer followed him. The video shows Dorm being approached from behind, then smacked in the head with a gun. The video shows the flash from the gun as Dorm was being struck.
Taylor has been indicted and faces a trial in November. Bell has filed a $10 million dollar civil lawsuit in the case.