Intense Video Shows Savage Cops Assaulting Man for Filming Them

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2015/02/10

Steve Watson | InfoWars.com

The disturbing trend of police cracking down on the use of cell phones to record their actions continues with a report out of New Jersey, where a man was jumped on and attacked by several officers for attempting to film an altercation.

Aaron Bland says he was walking down a main road in Atlantic City with a co-worker, minding his own business, when a police officer pulled up beside them in a vehicle and ordered the pair to stop and answer some questions.

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Bland says he politely refused and continued walking down the street, prompting officer Juliann Schewenger to jump out of the vehicle and get in Bland’s face.

The cop told Bland that he looked like a suspect and demanded some ID.

Bland then began to fear for his well being and took out his phone to begin recording.

The scene that followed looked like this:

Bland alleges that a swarm of cops jumped him, knocked him to the ground and attempted to cuff him.

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On his YouTube Channel, where he posted the footage, Bland notes “when the light from my camera flashed on her, she attacked me. As she was attacking me and I attempted to get away from the assault I was attacked from behind , kicked, punched and wrestled to the ground by other members of the Atlantic City Police Department who are clearly visible in the video.”

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