Cops Mistake Fellow Cop for Protester, Beat Him “Like Rodney King”, Smash His Camera — Lawsuit | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Cops Mistake Fellow Cop for Protester, Beat Him “Like Rodney King”, Smash His Camera — Lawsuit

By Matt Agorist

St. Louis, MO — In December 2011, St. Louis Police Officer Jason Stockley violated department policy when he grabbed his personal AK-47, premeditated, and then murdered Anthony Lamar Smith. The planning of the murder and the actual murder were captured on the officer’s dashcam. In spite of the overwhelming amount of evidence against him, a St. Louis judge in 2017 found Stockley not guilty of first-degree murder in the 2011 shooting death of Smith. Months of protests ensued immediately.

During the protests, undercover police officers were placed throughout the crowd in order to catch people who were attempting to instigate violence or destroy property. Police violence was so over the top, that four officers allegedly grabbed one of their own, a 22-year veteran of the department who was working undercover. Now, that officer, detective Luther Hall, filed a lawsuit this week in U.S. District Court alleging that his colleagues slammed him down twice and then beat him with batons...

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