Cops Handcuff An 11 Year Old Boy And Break His Wrist At school

Michael Heise | FilmingCops.com

SAN PEDRO, CA – About three weeks ago, 11 year old Andres Munoz was called to the principles office to be questioned about an incident he witnessed.

The details of what happened in that office are scant, but according to Andres it ended with a school police officer grabbing his arm, twisting his wrist and then putting the boy in handcuffs.

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A hospital visit and X-rays revealed Andres suffered a broken wrist and has been in a cast since the incident.

It’s hard to imagine an 11 year old requiring that kind of force, and this doesn’t appear to be an exceptionally large and muscular 11 year old that you could mistake for a grown man.


Andres has no history of behavior issues at school, his mother says he is a good student and that he has not had any discipline issues.

She claims that the cop was violent, saying “”The officer was aggressive. If I would have done that to somebody’s child, I would be in jail.”

A great observation, highlighting the separate nature of “authority figures” over those they have authority over.

Andres’s mother is considering filing a lawsuit.

The Los Angeles Unified School District has publicly addressed the situation, saying:

“As in all allegations involving the use of force-related injuries due to police action, this incident will be thoroughly and expeditiously investigated,” said a statement released by the district’s police chief Tuesday. “

They have withheld further details.

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