He was fired and the other was suspended. Firing is the least of what should have happened. I certainly hope there is an investigation into this. What he did was actually a criminal act.
Suspended and fired? That's it? Sheesh! These officers committed assault on that poor woman. She calls the police to help her and she ends up needing to be protected FROM THEM. Unbelievable. These officers know the cameras are on them. They are THEIR cameras yet they act as if it's nothing. They show such a horrible disregard for the sanctity of life, liberty, and dignity. I know not all police officers are like that and I thank God for the good ones!
My caps are only for emphasis. I am not hollering at anyone.
I wonder is that behaviour is general or just in Georgia?
I really hate to say this but it's the truth as I have seen it, in the south it seems the police are more corrupt than they are in the north. I've lived both places and that is what I have observed. Whether it is due to racism or what, I can't speak to that.
At one time, I was told it was more dangerous in New Orleans because of the police than because of the criminals. I was told that by people that lived there so I took it to heart.