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Police Claim Officers Acted ‘Okay’ in Video of Cops Beating Man Over Loud Music.
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Syracuse, NY — In the land of the free, any number of innocent actions — which millions of people do every day — can get you ticketed, arrested, beaten or even killed. For walking across the street improperly police will beat you. For dark window tint, police may kill you. And, as the following incident proves, for playing loud music, police will drag you from your car, beat, and arrest you. All of this violence, brutality, and death almost always stems from officers “fearing for their lives.” It also shows how the overwhelming majority of these cases go unpunished.
Syracuse Police chief Kenton Buckner told the press on Monday that officers did not use excessive force when they pulled Shoalin Moore from his car and beat him on the ground during a stop over loud music.
Claiming that he understood how the video sparked concerns in the community, the chief explained that “force never looks good. Images and language can often be disturbing when a police officer uses force. As part of our internal review, I have reviewed this incident through three lenses, the law, SPD policy and our training.”