A Canadian judge released a video in which a policeman first hit a woman in handcuffs onto a concrete floor, causing serious injuries… Now he is on trial.
police officer Alex Dunn Charged for allegedly causing personal injury to an accident in December 2017 Dalia Kafi, He was arrested for violating a curfew ordered by the court.
As you can see in the surveillance video… Dunn walked Kafi, who was already in handcuffs, into the police station to order photos… But then it appeared that he was trying to take off the headscarf she was wearing.
Kafi shrank and walked for a few seconds. After struggling to get rid of the scarf, Dunn violently flipped her body forward… and banged her face and head on the hard floor. Immediately saw blood dripping from her face to the floor.
chief of staff Gordon McDonaldWitnessing this incident first-hand and then tending towards Caffee, he called Dunn’s actions a “judo throw”… and called it “the worst he has seen in the Dunn case this week. Use of force”.
MacDonald testified: “When someone’s bone hits the floor, there is only one sound, and that’s what I heard.” Kafi was taken to the hospital and required surgery for a broken nose and lip stitches .
According to reports, Dunn was suspended for one year after being prosecuted for the incident, but was later taken back to the Calgary Police Department to take up administrative positions.
CPS said it is awaiting the results of his trial to determine whether any other actions will be taken. However, they also told us… “The police have been trained to escalate the conflict and use minimal force to resolve the situation safely. We want them to abide by the law, our policies, and our training.”