Cop Beats Mother and Pounds Her Face Into Table in Front of Her 8-Yr-Old Child

Lana Sinclair


WINNIPEG – An 8-yr-old son was terrified after watching a cop bludgeon his mother with a baton and then ram her face into a table, according to a report by the Raw Story.

It began when Lana Sinclair was sitting at home with her child at night. Someone in the neighborhood apparently called the police because they heard “yelling” from outside.

Police knocked on Lana’s front door and told her that they were there to investigate her home because they had received reports of “yelling.”

One of the officers began speaking with Lana and the other officer went off alone with her child.

Lana had a seat in her kitchen chair as the officer insisted on investigating.

Lana didn’t know why she needed to be investigated, and that’s when the officer poked her with his finger.

The poke caused Lana to instinctively stand up out of her chair and tell the officer to not touch her.

“He came up to me and poked me,” said Lana.

“I was sitting on a chair in the kitchen and I jumped up and said you don’t need to touch me,” she added.

In response, the officer pulled out his baton and began striking her with it.

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Her little boy watched as the cop beat her, frightened.

As if that wasn’t enough, the cop then placed his arm around Lana and pounded her face down into her sewing table.

“He had my arm behind me and he smashed my face right here,” Lana said as she pointed down at the table.

The officer then handcuffed her and stood her up, but once she was up, he kicked her feet out from under her, causing her to fall down and drive her head into the floor face-first.

“We [my son and I] were both traumatized,” Lana said.

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“I just hug him and kiss him and tell him it’s okay.”

“All I was thinking of was his safety, and how he was going to be traumatized and how he is going to see the police now.”

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