Police Brutality | Philly Officer Lt. Jonathan Josey Brutally Punches Woman in Face (VIDEO)

Watch the left side of the screen as someone (not the punched woman) throws what looks like water at the cops.

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Police Brutality | Philly Officer Lt. Jonathan Josey Brutally Punches Innocent Woman in Face (VIDEO)

Cell phone video that show a woman being struck by a police officer at the Festival de la Americas following the Philadelphia Puerto Rican Day Parade is getting thousands of views on YouTube and is generating comments and questions about the officer’s actions.

The video shows several police officers at Sunday’s festival and a crowd of people. The woman, identified as Aida Guzman of Chester, Pa., is hit by one of the officers and falls to the ground

“You only see one vantage point, but what you do see is disturbing, I have to be honest about that” said Deputy Police Commissioner Richard Ross.

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5 Responses to “Police Brutality | Philly Officer Lt. Jonathan Josey Brutally Punches Woman in Face (VIDEO)”
  1. R.ROM says:

    PARADA EN MEMORIA DE LAS MUJERES Y UN GORILA (POLICIA) ATACA BRUTARMENTE A LAS HOMENAJEADAS.nO SE PUEDE RESPETAR A QUIEN NO RESPETA

  2. That’s Philly for you. Not a shock. Disgusting? Absolutely. But Philly cops have their own set of rules they live by. They seem to think the laws don’t apply to them. I sure as hell hope this “lieutenant” finds out differently.

  3. Michael Scott says:

    Fire this Guy, he obviously has a complex of some kind……

  4. Jason Werner says:

    As much as we defend the hard work of our police, that is outrageous. The police who witnessed that should be fired for not handcuffed the captain who hit her, and the Chief should be fired too. No excuses.

  5. Sarah says:

    Happens all-the-time. Not all cops are thugs, but this violence appears to be condoned.
    With cameras, what happens all-the-time, is reaching a wider audience. Remember, there are always members of “lily-white” wealth who prefer storm troopers to intervene in dissent, and keep the “deadbeats” down with force. Be careful when filming, since that seems too appears to bring forth “attack dog” aggression. Over decades, violence has declined throughout society, but it appears state apparatus can utilize violence as they see fit. The intent is clear, power doesn’t really appreciate people protesting Banks, Foreclosures or anything else, they counter dissent with threats and violence. This only means we are going to win.

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