Clifford Owensby, a paraplegic, shouted at the Ohio city government in a video that was released on Friday the 8th.
Mexico City (apro). – Police officers are under investigation after using force to remove an African American paraplegic, who was riding in a car on the streets of Dayton.
Clifford Owensby shouted at the camera of the city police that he couldn’t leave the unit as he was paraplegic in a video.
“I can’t get out!” I’m a paraplegic!” During a traffic inspection last month, he repeatedly stated this to police.
Clifford Owensby, 39 years old, said that they had dragged her to her car “like a dog, or garbage” after she filed their respective complaints.
At a press conference, Derek Ford, chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People of Dayton Division, stated that Owensby had charged the Dayton Police Department with illegal characterization and illegal detention, search, seizure, and failure entry to prison. You have the right to read him. CNN.
Two police officers caught Owensby, and a fight broke out. One of the officers grabbed Owensby’s neck and arm, grabbed his hair, and pulled him out of his car. Owensby is seen struggling on the sidewalk and yelling for help.
One of the officers told the disabled to “cooperate” during the heated conversation. Finally, they allowed him to lie on the asphalt.