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Police Brutality exposed: Cops assaults man in handcuffs drag him on muddy floor – Video

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Police Brutality exposed: Cops assaults man in handcuffs drag him on muddy floor – Video. Police brutality in the country is a serious issue which we should take to higher authorities. The Policemen are now @busing their powers too much. Citizens are now living in fear of police rather than being friends with them.

There is a video of police being monsters at a man who was helplessly lying on the floor and cuffed both hands. The video has gone viral on social media and it is a heartbreaking scene to watch. A grown man does not deserve to be treated in such a way. Check the video below.

In other news related to this one…Police brutality reared its ugly head again last week after officers deployed to enforce government’s 21-day national lockdown order severely battered a 27-year-old man from Warren Park, Harare, and fractured his hand.

“I am a car washer and I was visited at home by my client who wanted his car washed. He gave me US$5 and I had no change, so I decided to go to Warren Park shops to get the change,” Mtombeni said.

“While on my way, I met police officers who were in a truck. They were more than 50 in the truck. “They stopped me and asked where I was coming from and I told them that I was looking for a change. A female officer then grabbed me by the belt and told me to get into the truck.

Here is the video of the man being assaulted

Source – MbareTimes

In other news – Nyasha Mushekwi speaks on the viral pic of Caps United’s bus carrying bags of maize

Nyasha Mushekwi speaks on the viral pic of Caps United’s bus carrying bags of maize. The Green Machine received the luxury coach last year to use it as a team bus, but a picture of it loaded sacks went viral last week, stirring controversy on social media.

Nyasha Mushekwi has broken his silence after CAPS United used the bus he donated to carry bags of maize…continue reading.