Comment: It looks like one of the

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It looks like one of the

It looks like one of the police assaulted her. First he committed the assault then he doubled down and moved to arrest her. The delay between those two actions is a dead giveaway that he knew he was never in danger. If there was any justice he should lose his job, serve a short time in jail, and be forced to pay the victim some reasonable compensation.

The other officer who assisted in the illegal arrest didn't do anything criminal. He left the house when asked, and there's no way he could have seen the initial assault, even if he was facing the door. When he reentered the house he wouldn't have any reason to believe an arrest was unjustified. In my opinion nothing that one did was assault because it was reasonable for him to believe that his aggression was justified, and he didn't use excessive force.