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One Cop Responsible for 47 of 137 Use of Force Cases in Small NJ Town
us.sputniknews.com In the midst of a national discussion about the use of force by law enforcement, one small town cop may well be the poster child for police brutality. Officer Orlando Trinidad of Bloomfield, New Jersey, will go to federal court over the latest of his 47 instances of misconduct in the last decade. The charge stems from the 2013 arrest of Rodolfo Crespo, in which Crespo claims that Trinidad, along with Officer Jennifer Horn, inflicted multiple injuries to his person while he was handcuffed at police headquarters. The lawsuit claims that Crespo asked Trinidad for assistance in making a phone call, when Trinidad “without justification or provocation” grabbed Crespo “by the throat and threw him to the floor.” Officers Trinidad and Horn then proceeded to punch Crespo repeatedly while pinning him to the floor. Crespo’s injuries include a “large laceration to his right ear, which had to be sewn back on.” “Being a police officer is a powerful position,” Tracey Hinson, Crespo’s attorney said. “This case is a good example of how that power can be abused.” to read more: us.sputniknews.com
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