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CHP intimidates motorist who filmed vicious assault on homeless black grandmother

CHP intimidates motorist who filmed vicious assault on homeless black grandmother
Plaintiff's lawyer: CHP cop "proved to be either the devil or a close relative"
By Martin Hill
http://LibertyFight.com
8/13/14

http://libertyfight.com/2014/chp_intimidates_motorist_who_fi...

A 51-year old grandmother who was beaten nearly half to death on I-10 in Los Angeles has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit. Named as defendants are CHP officer Daniel L. Andrew, CHP Investigator Sean K. Taketa, & Commissioner Joseph Farrow. According to the lawsuit, Taketa, who is reportedly married to U.S. soccer star Shannon Boxx, "came to the witnesses residence several times and "treated him as though he were the suspect" and also asked "if he felt the traffic officer was using excessive force why didnt he step in to help."



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Some info if you want to act

I just called California Highway Patrol. The incident is still under investigation! It's been over a month.
If you want to call and ask/complain to them, the number is
(818) 240 - 8200
If you say it's regarding the incident where
California Highway Patrol Officer Daniel L. Andrew straddled 51-year-old Marlene Pinnock, they should know what you're talking about.

If you want to drop some names in your conversation
Commissioner of California Highway Patrol - Joseph Farrow
Secretary of California - Brian Kelly
Governor of California - Edmund Brown

another article about it: http://q13fox.com/2014/08/11/woman-seen-in-video-being-beate...

I had no clue

that cops made over $100K a year. Shawn Taketa, $106K per year to beat up old ladies and harass witnesses... Damn.

cop asks videographer why he didnt stop police abuse

Regarding police harassment of the man who filmed the incident, the lawsuit states, in part,

"defendant Taketa came to wit 1's residence several times and treated him as though he were the suspect. taketa asked wit1 at one point that if he felt the traffic officer was using excessive force why didnt he step in to help. Taketa's tone and accusations were reportedly threatening to wit 1 and made the witness feel as though his own credibility was going to be smeared.