Graphic Video: US Cop Caught Repeatedly Punching, Macing Restrained Inmate’s Face | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Graphic Video: US Cop Caught Repeatedly Punching, Macing Restrained Inmate’s Face

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has been asked to intervene and probe the beating and pepper spraying of an inmate by a former Ohio deputy who struck the man so hard he broke his hand.

Pike County Sheriff’s Deputy Jeremy Mooney recently resigned after surveillance footage captured his November 18 attack on Thomas Friend, a 27-year-old restrained inmate who had been arrested on a misdemeanor charge.

Mooney can be seen using a fogger to pepper spray Friend at around the 2:18 timestamp. Friend, strapped to a chair, then reacts to the substance and ends up tipping his seat over. Nearly 11 minutes pass before the inmate is picked up.

After being propped up, Friend is wheeled inside to a loading dock, and Mooney is seen punching him a total of 11 times during the time the two of them were left alone. Cincinatti.com reported that Mooney attacked the 27-year-old so viciously that the officer had to be treated for a broken hand at Adena Pike Medical Center - the same medical facility Friend was taken to following the incident.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

One has to wonder just what kind of professional evaluation this officer was given, enabling him to become a Deputy, and if he was on - or just trying to get off- SSRI prescription medication.

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