Shocking surveillance footage showed that a police officer in Calgary first hit the face of a handcuffed black woman on the floor and interrupted her nose with her nose. This is what an officer said, “He 30 The worst force in the year.”
Calgary Police Chief Alex Dunn is charged with assault, which is a charge for personal injury caused by violence that occurred during the arrest of Dalia Kafi in Calgary, Alberta, Western Canada in December 2017 .
Dunn is currently on trial for suspected assault, but has not been expelled from the army and is currently in an administrative position.
A video broadcast during his trial on Monday showed that the police fell Kafi to the ground in a “judo-style throw”
A police officer in Calgary was tried for first hitting a black woman in handcuffs on the floor and breaking her nose. This was what an officer called “his worst use of force in 30 years.”The picture shows the footage of the above incident
The shocking footage of the incident was shown to the court this week, and Provincial Court Judge Michelle Christopher agreed to release it to the media.
The picture shows that the police officer was close to the 26-year-old Kafi at the time when he was standing in the police arrest processing facility with his back against the wall in handcuffs.
Dunn reached out to Caffee’s head and tried to tear off the turban she was wearing.
Caffee tried to move closer to him, but Dunn pulled it off his head.
Then, the police swiftly pushed her to the ground, her face clearly jumping off the ground.
Dunn holds Kafi’s wrist, his wrists behind him, his hands hanging in the air, his arms hanging in the air.
Seeing that Caffee was a little excited, Dunn continued to hold her arm, looked down at her for a few seconds, and did not move to check her injury.
Then, another male police officer walked for about 15 seconds, and Dunn walked away.
The officer helped Duffy kneel, and blood stains on the floor could be seen from the face of the accused victim.
Two other male police officers appeared in the frame, one of them wearing medical gloves.
There is no audio in the footage.
The Calgary Police Chief Alex Dunn is charged with causing bodily harm during the arrest of Dalia Kafi in Dakar in December 2017.The shocking footage of the incident was shown to the court in Dunn’s trial this week
The picture shows that the police officer was close to 26-year-old Kafi, standing on the wall in the police arrest processing facility with his back in handcuffs.Dunn reached out to Caffee’s head and tried to tear off the headscarf she was wearing
Then, the police quickly slammed her to the ground, her face clearly jumping off the ground.
An officer told the court that it was a “judo-style throw” and said he heard the alleged victim’s facial bones cracking on the ground.
Dunn is holding Kafi’s wrist, handcuffed behind his back, arms hanging in the air, because she is lying on the ground with blood stains
Kafi was taken to the hospital, where she needed stitches on her lips and underwent surgery for a broken nose.
The Calgary Police Chief of Staff Gordon Macdonald (Gordon Macdonald) testified that his colleague’s actions were the most “used force” in his 30-year career and said he could hear the faces of black women The sound of broken bones when falling.
He said that when someone’s bone hits the floor, there is only one sound, and this is what I hear.
“I recommend [Dunn] MacDonald said: “This is the worst use of force I have ever seen.”
The commander of the arrest unit, Macdonald, said that Kafi was withdrawing to Dunn when he threw his face at Dunn in a “judo-style throw”. That would justify the use of force.
He said that black women are complaining about their arrest, but never threaten or attack any officials.
He said that after seeing and hearing about the attack, he called his fear of Gaffe the worst and called him a paramedic.
MacDonald said that it is customary for arresting officials to accompany the arrested to the hospital, but he decided not to let Dunn stay with the 26-year-old.
After the other police officers arrived, Caffee was taken to the hospital, where her lips were stitched and her nose was injured.Dunn is currently on trial for suspected assault, but has not been expelled from the army and is currently in an administrative position
The attack allegedly occurred in December 2017, when Dunn arrested Kafi on suspicion of violating a court-ordered curfew.
Kafi said that when she went to a friend’s house to braid her hair on the night of December 12, she realized that she had a curfew from 10pm to 6am.
She told the court that a friend was driving home when he was pulled home because of the yellow signal light.
Caffee said that she initially gave the police the name of the police sister because she violated the curfew.
Then, she entered her real name into Deng and was arrested, handcuffed and taken to the arrest processing unit.
She said that when the incident happened, she was told to stand against the wall and take pictures.
Judge Michel Christopher agreed to release shocking footage
The black woman told the court that she fainted after hitting her head on the ground. She turned around and found that her face was covered with blood.
According to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Caffee’s mother left the court with a harsh noise after hearing the disturbing footage of her daughter being accused of assault on Monday.
After colleagues raised concerns and launched an internal investigation, Dunn was charged with assault.
Calgary police said that while awaiting trial, the police officer was suspended from pay for a year, but due to the delay of COVID-19, he was allowed to return to work in the “non-business sector”.
The internal disciplinary procedures of the troops will be completed after the trial. It will also determine whether Dunn’s use of force is reasonable and what disciplinary actions should be taken, such as dismissal.
The police said in a statement: “To ensure that court procedures are not unfairly affected, we must be restricted before completing internal disciplinary procedures until the court procedures are completed.”
“In general, the police are trained to escalate the conflict and use the least force to resolve the situation safely.
“We want them to abide by the law, our policies and our training.”
The case came one month after a judge ruled that several Calgary police officers ridiculed and ridiculed a black man who was bitten by a police dog.
Judge Heather Lamoureux ruled in September that the rights to life, liberty, and personal safety of the 24-year-old Latef Reakwon Tag El Din were Several police officers in Calgary laughed at him. They laughed at him and asked him to be taken to the hospital for being injured.
The judge criticized the police for imposing “cruel and unusual punishments” and causing blacks to “unnecessarily suffer”.