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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News offers the following information published by NYPost.com:

The mother whose baby was yanked from her arms by police officers at a Brooklyn benefits center used her child “as a shield” to prevent herself from getting arrested — and bit a city peace officer on the arm, according to internal witness accounts obtained by The Post.

According to statements from two Human Resources Administration officers, including one who was involved in the Dec. 7 incident at a SNAP center in Boerum Hill, 23-year-old mother Jazmine Headley acted “disorderly” and “loud” and “irate” when she refused to move from the floor of the facility.

The article goes on to state the following:

In one of the reports, an HRA officer states: “The officers were careful while handling her not to harm the baby. The female client was the one putting him in a tight hold, grabbing his clothes and even wrapped her legs around his body so that he couldn’t be detached from her.”

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