Phoenix Police Caught They “Stamp Out” BLM Protesters

Three Phoenix police officers were caught on body cam and said they were supposed to “stomp out” protesters from the Black Lives Matter.

ABC15 received the footage in which officers accidentally recorded their 16-minute conversation after arresting 18 protesters on October 17.

“Dude, I’m so sick of it … The public is so sick of it too,” one officer can be heard saying.

“They’re a bunch of hole kids too,” says another officer.

“Why didn’t we just step on them when we left?” A third officer interferes. “Kick them on at once.”

“I know that unprofessional, disrespectful, and inappropriate behavior by one of our officers tarnishes the badge, but more importantly, it harms the community we are sworn to protect,” Phoenix chief police officer Jeri Williams told ABC15. “I will not allow the actions and speeches of some of the 4,000 men and women in the Phoenix Police Department to destroy the trust and credibility of those we serve. If this conduct does not show respect, you can expect me to be the boss quickly and resolutely take disciplinary action. “

The 18 demonstrators arrested during the October 17th protest were charged with street criminals known as “ACAB”, according to the news agency.

ABC15’s “Politically Charged” opened an investigation into the protest arrests and prosecutions by Phoenix Police and Maricopa Prosecutor’s Office after the station’s reporting revealed evidence that government officials lied about the group “like the Bloods, Crips and Hells Angels.” “.

On Friday, the Maricopa County Prosecutor’s office filed a motion to dismiss the “gang” demonstrators.

“Maricopa County Prosecutor’s Office has filed a motion to dismiss case CR 2020-139581. The office is re-evaluating the evidence that has been and will be presented for review,” said Maricopa County Prosecutor Allister Adel. “The MCAO remains committed to holding those who committed crimes in this case accountable.”

Phoneix’s Telephone Department and Maricopa Prosecutor’s Office did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

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