This video had my heart pounding a mile a minute. I didn’t know what was going to happen as I watched this police officer arresting a young man.
Everything seemed fine, and then the officer lost control of the arrest and the young man broke free and turned the tables on the cop.
He threw the officer in the ground and began beating him.
It was scary to see this unfold.
And just when you think it’s lights out for this poor cop, a group of black men come flying into screen and rip the bad guy off the cop and proceeded to beat him within an inch of his life.
It’s a very graphic beating, so keep that in mind before you watch it.
But the good news is, in the end, the cop gets his man and cuffs him.
Take note of how many strong guys it took to contain this one guy…scary stuff when you think about cops doing this solo.
Also, people in the comments of the video are saying that the gentlemen who saved the cop knew the officer’s name. Looks like this was a community coming to the rescue of their police officer.
An amazing story to see unfold during times like this.
Well this took an unexpected turn… pic.twitter.com/MRe6BgANhC
— GrantB911 (@GrantB911) September 8, 2020
This is how so many Black Americans feel about the police in their communities.
They may not always agree on everything, but they work together for a common goal.
As violent as this clip was, it still warmed my heart.
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