Daily Archives: June 15, 2020

CT officer seen punching man should be fired, chief says

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New Haven’s police chief says a city police officer seen on body camera footage kicking and punching a handcuffed man should be fired. Chief Otoniel Reyes said Friday he would recommend to the Board of Police Commissioners that Officer Jason Santiago be terminated after an internal affairs investigation determined he used excessive force and violated departmental deescalation orders while on a call Christmas morning. A city news release said Santiago kicked a man in the groin while he was handcuffed on the ground and punched him in the face after the man spat on him, the New Haven Register reported.
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Protesters want removal of statue from Columbus Circle

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Protestors shut down Columbus Circle on the Upper West Side over the weekend. People continue to sign a petition to rename Columbus Circle and remove the statue of Christopher Columbus from public view. As of now, the petition has more than 7,000 signatures. Protests are continuing around the nation over the deaths of black men in police custody and there are nationwide calls to remove statues deemed offensive. Last week, the NYPD stood guard in Columbus Circle to protect the statue in the controversial explorer’s honor.
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American Flag Bearers ‘Assaulted’ After Entering CHAZ Speak Out

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Max Hodges is an Air Force Vet and Katie Daviscourt is the TPUSA Washington/Oregon Representative. They entered the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone in Seattle, Washington with American flags. Tune in to find out what happened next in this EXCLUSIVE interview! Interview by Jorge Ventura.
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