Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Residents rally to get officers fired - Brantford Expositor - Ontario, CA

Residents rally to get officers fired - Brantford Expositor - Ontario, CA: "Residents rally to get officers fired

What is reasonable force? Why pay thugs who do not serve their community ? shocking PR

Tempers flared during a protest against police brutality outside the Six Nations police station Tuesday morning.
The family and supporters of a man who says he was beaten by native police officers exchanged sharp words with the family of one of the officers who is accused of the beating.
The family of Elgin Butler is demanding Six Nations police fire three officers who were involved in an altercation with Butler on Saturday.
A one point, police Chief Glenn Lickers came out to address and calm the crowd in Veterans Park, adjacent to the police station.
Butler has a bruised and battered face that was featured on several placards carried during the protest. One eye was almost swollen shut and blood red. Butler's face was covered with small cuts and abrasions from when he said it was rubbed in gravel during his arrest.
The 40-year-old man said he and an officer exchanged words on Saturday. Then he said he was beaten by one constable, while two others held him down.
Butler's mother says the community has had enough of such incidents."

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