LAPD cannot force large handcuffed man into back of police cruiser

August 31, 2013 – The Los Angeles Police Department unsuccessfully attempt to force 6’3″ 265 lb. man into back of police cruiser in South Los Angeles near Crenshaw Blvd. The detainee refuses to be pushed into the police car as 4 to 5 police officers try to shove him into the back.

Date: July 15, 2013
Location: 11th Avenue & Vernon, South Los Angeles, near Leimert Park

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2 Comments for “LAPD cannot force large handcuffed man into back of police cruiser”

  1. The Man

    This site is a complete and utter sh*% show! And hey genius, we live in a Constitutional REPUBLIC, not a “Constitutional democracy”. Buffoon! This Alanzo cat is a sh*% stirring zit on the blank of society. Does ZERO to better his community, just throws cookie at the police and instigates unrest! Guys a race hustling malcontent.

    • Isban

      Alanzo, actually tutors youth, works with several non-profits in Southern Cal, has done pro-bono legal work and teaches clblankes. What does race hustling even mean. Speaking out against injustice?

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