Crowd Erupts as Cop Beats and Bashes Lesbian Woman at a Gay Pride Parade

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PHILADELPHIA — A disturbing video has surfaced showing a cop pummeling a woman who was simply participating in a gay pride parade.

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The footage has inflamed viewers, and many are now calling for charges to be filed against the officer in question.

An eyewitness told the Gaily Grind that the woman was standing up for herself against religious fundamentalists who told her that she would burn eternally in hell for being gay.

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“She was saying that being gay is not a sin and that she was a lesbian and proud of it, and that she wasn’t going to hell for it,” according to the witness.

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That’s when the cop rushed in and began pounding his fists into the woman’s torso over and over again as she collapsed to the pavement.

The full statement issued to the Gaily Grind is as follows:

The girl was debating with one of the protesters, and she stepped closer without even realizing it and the officer ran over to her.

He grabbed her by the back of her neck, pulled her over, dropped her on the ground, pulled her up by her hair, and said “Do you want me to hit you?”

When she didn’t respond, he hit her in stomach area about 4 or 5 times repeatedly.

After everyone yelled at him, he hand cuffed her, put her against a wall.

She was crying against a wall next to her attacker while her fiancee was panicking trying to find someone who recorded it.

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