Wednesday, September 23, 2020

 here be your daily police crap which is hard to understand, until you consider the subject;

Rock Hill, SC — A game developer thought she was doing the right thing when she witnessed an arrest at a local gas station and tried to tell police that the person they were arresting needed help, not handcuffs. However, when she attempted to film the arrest, according to the woman and a newly released video, she was attacked, slammed to the ground, her teeth broken, and her skull fractured.

The video was leaked to the Free Thought Project via a Twitter user who knows the victim. This video, according to that person, is just one of the many excessive force cases pending against the Rock Hill police department. After watching it, you’ll know why.

When this incident originally unfolded in August of 2018, police claim the video footage they had backed up their story. Conveniently, however, they refused to release it. Now that it is out, we can see why, it pokes holes in their official narrative.

The incident began April 15, 2018 as Patricia Pizer, who is a software and game developer, stopped at a Quik Trip in Bedford. According to police, they were responding to a domestic call at the gas station around 5:00 p.m.

Pizer was attempting to help the person involved in that call. According to the person who leaked the video, Pizer was asked to go into a bathroom at the QT to assist a trans woman who was threatening to harm herself.

After going into the bathroom, the incident moved outside when officer Hernandez showed up.

The two stories then differ greatly after police arrived. According to a post on Pizer’s husband’s Facebook page, her husband, who watched the surveillance footage, says it backs up his account as detailed and watch more....

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