Cops Left This Man to Die in a Cell After Rupturing His Spleen — But He Survived and Got the Video Out

 

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There was only one man in the holding cell of a downtown Orlando police station. Yet, an officer claims he did not realize the painful shrieks he heard were from that single inmate.

This month that officer along with another fellow cop have finally been fired more than a year after the incident.

Officer Peter Delio arrested 41-year-old Robert Liese in August 2014 for a dine and dash at a local bar.

The policeman then took the drunken man to a station on Washington Avenue in downtown Orlando. Allegedly the cop kicked him in his stomach when loading him into his patrol car.

In CCTV footage from the police station, the man is seen being led into a cell; he is already limping as he walks inside.

Minutes after being locked up, the frustrated inmate bangs his head on a glass window on the door, breaking it with the impact.

Next, Delio storms into the cell, while another officer waits at the door.

Delio is then seen mercilessly kicking the man in the abdomen as he doubles over in pain, he then lifts him with the left side of his body and places him on the floor.

The two police officers have a brief dialogue and Delio picks up Liese and takes him out of the cell to another holding area.

The enraged police officer, it turns out, had kicked the unsuspecting victim so severely that he ended up rupturing his spleen.

Following this, Liese’s feet were tied while he was in agonizing pain and called out at least 35 times for medical attention over a period of 90 minutes. Both Delio and Faulkner ignored his incessant pleas.

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  • Barb Sutherland

    One has to ask themselves if these badge wearing cowards with control (and I do not include ALL officers) would have the same bravado with men who do not have their hands cuffed behind them, rendering them fairly defenseless?!

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    • Joseph Edward Bodden

      fairly? how ‘unarmed’ can you be more so than deprived of the use of your own arms?

  • Tracer76

    I wonder if this cop would be that tough, if I would show up to his officer or home. And beat the shit out of him, hitting a person while hand cuffed / restrained does not make you tough at all. do it one on one. Oh wait these are cops, they are nothing but pussy’s.

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