Transcript for Woman Allegedly Slammed to Ground by LAPD Officers
The pictures are graphic and disturbing 34 year old Michelle Jordan -- sunlit battered and bruised allegedly at the hands of two LE PD officers the married mother of one who works as a registered nurse was pulled over last Tuesday on foothill boulevard and salute history for -- cell -- violation. She drove into this del taco parking lot and what happened next was captured on the restaurant's surveillance camera. Watches Jordan gets out of her vehicle moments later she is slammed to the pavement and handcuffed the officers pick her up put her against the patrol car and pat her down. About a minute and forty seconds later the two officers pushed her down to the ground a second time. Before pulling her up putting her in the -- -- at the cruiser and citing her for resisting arrest. We have defenseless woman -- a -- -- To fully armed police officers with training in various. Restraining device that they could have used -- -- and said -- nothing but reports. Jordan is not speaking to the media directly but her story is being told through her attorneys what they say is the most egregious the celebratory gesture of a fist bump afterwards. The simple word is outraged if anyone of us of any person on the street behave that way. Attacked an innocent woman they would be they would go to prison -- be facing charges we expect that the LAPD officers to help the same standard. The -- -- -- with the LA -- foothill division the same division whose reputation was tarnished for its involvement in the notorious Rodney King beating more than twenty years ago. One of the officers involved in this alleged use of force incidents is a 22 year veteran the other is a probationary officer with only ten months on the job. Tonight police chief Charlie -- it's responding with this statement quote. My initial review of the officer's statements and the reported video cause me to have serious concerns about this use of force. We will investigate this thoroughly and hold our officers accountable for their actions. The words on the side of their cars to protect and serve. It's not intimidating -- and -- that's exactly what they're doing.
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