Body cam shows police officers tasering man 11 TIMES!!

Johnny Wheatcroft, 37, was a passenger in a silver Ford Taurus that included his 11 and 6-year-old children when the auto was pulled over in a Motel 6 parking lot for an alleged turn signal violation.

Schneider and Wheatcroft then had a brief exchange before Schneider pulled out his Taser and threatened Wheatcroft. Officer Schneider then deployed his Taser, striking Wheatcroft. I'm trying to do this as easy as I can'. The officers then handcuffed Wheatcroft, though this did not end the torture. Wheatcroft was in the passenger seat of a car-a male friend was the driver-and his wife, Anya Chapman, and their two children were in the backseat.

Schnider then opened Wheatcroft's door, grabbed the man's arm, and twisted it behind his back, causing considerable wrist pain.

Wheatcroft's children in the video can be heard crying and pleading with the officers to stop. Daddy are you okay?' and their mother says 'He's not going to do nothing!' According to a lawsuit, officers would continue to tase Wheatcroft, including in the groin area, for several minutes as Wheatcroft laid on the hot asphalt. Police allege he went to stuff something in his backpack, and, after pressing the taser against his arm and telling him to "relax", Schneider twisted Wheatcroft's arm behind his back and pulled him from the vehicle while still restrained by his seat belt.

'Keep fighting and you're gonna get it again. You want it again?

At one point he says "stop being such a baby". However, Mr. Wheatcroft continued to argue, yell and physically resist the officers' control holds.

When he says "I can't breathe, I can't breathe", Schneider says "Shut up".

His wife Anya Chapman, 34, who was also in the auto was charged with aggravated assault for hitting Officer Lindsey in the head with a bag filled with bottled drinks.

Ceferin reelected as UEFA President
While long-standing UEFA-FIFA tensions have continued with these leaders, both first elected in 2016, Ceferin spoke warmly of another ally.

The city of Glendale, Scheider, Lindsey and Officer Michael Fernandez are being sued in the U.S. District Court of Arizona for "unlawful, unnecessary, unreasonable, and excessive force, which resulted in life-altering injuries to Plaintiff Johnny Wheatcroft and his family".

'The video speaks for itself. "I think anyone who sees that video probably doesn't even need a commentary to understand what happened there".

Wheatcroft and Chapman spent months in jail after the incident because they couldn't afford bail.

The charges against Wheatcroft were dismissed by the Maricopa County Attorney's Office after prosecutors saw the body camera footage themselves.

Wheatcroft is now in prison for an unrelated burglary charge.

According to the suit and the police's own admission, the officers used a "drive stun" method, in which the taser is pressed against a person before being fired. They had pulled into the parking lot of a Motel 6 when two Glendale police officers, Matt Schneider and Mark Lindsey, approached the auto, ostensibly for failing to signal a turn. (Wheatcroft is now back in prison for committing an unrelated burglary.) The Glendale police gave Schneider a mere three-day suspension: In a statement, the department neglected to mention the use of the taser on the groin, noting only that "a review of the officers' actions has been performed and discipline implemented regarding certain tactics used by one officer".

Schneider was suspended for three days after the incident, Glendale police said.

Recommended News

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.