May 22, 2013
It seems as if every day now there is a new story of someone catching extreme police brutality on camera. The sad truth of the matter is that this happens a lot more than everyday, it probobly happens many times each hour all throughout the country. Many times it takes months, possibly even years for the evidence to finally see the light of day. In this case in Canada, it took about 2 years.
A Durham Region police officer threatened to beat up a man and plant cocaine on him during a one-sided, expletive-filled confrontation, a graphic video shows. “I hurt people . . . and then I make their cocaine f—ing appear,” the armed constable barks into the face of the burly, young man. “You see how I work. . . . See what I do.”
The 8½-minute video, which appeared recently on YouTube, also features the constable appearing to provoke the bald man into hitting him during the sometimes tense grilling beside a house in Oshawa in late 2011. The Star is not aware of the context of the incident outside what is seen in the video.
The video can be seen below:
It is obvious in the video that the cop is just itching to have a violent confrontation, to the point of begging for a reason to use violence. This is extremely common, if you are ever sadistic enough to watch a show like cops you will always hear them talk of the “adrenaline rush” that they get when wielding force over their neighbors.
Sadly, “I hurt people and then I make their f#%*ing cocaine appear”, could be the most honest words ever by spoken by a drug war cop.