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Video of a Washington DC police officer pressing a black woman against his patrol car – lifting her feet off the ground — has caused the DC POLICE DEPARTMENT to start an investigation into the officer’s conduct.
“Yes you did. I saw it,” are the only audible words in the video said by the officer. After a few minutes he puts her down. No arrest was made, according to the witness who captured the video.
The witness claimed on Twitter that the unidentified woman told officers she worked with children. After the video went viral on Twitter, DC police tweeted that they were investigating the incident.
“We’ve been made aware of the video and contacted their commanding officer,” department spokeswoman Rachel Schaerr told the Washington Post. “If they did anything wrong, they will be held accountable.”
So this just happened. I’m TIRED. he literally hopped out and did this immediately to her. No CONVO. Dawg. WTF pic.twitter.com/tf1HpF78up
— Mac. (@MacAndCheeks) August 15, 2016
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