Skip to comments.Imperial Cops Murder Afghan Vet For Missing Plates (SHOCKING VIDEO)
Posted on 05/20/2014 9:43:33 AM PDT by Hojczyk
From the video: Tommy Yancy, 32, father of two, was savagely beaten to death by five law enforcement officers during a routine traffic stop near the city of Imperial last Sunday, on Mothers Day. Yancy, a veteran who suffered from PTSD, served in Afghanistan and Iraq in the 259th Field Service Unit following the 9/11 attacks.
Yancy was stopped on his way to the store after a highway patrol officer spotted a missing front license plate on his vehicle. He was subsequently pulled from his car and attacked by a police K-9 unit, hit by a taser, and attacked by five officers until he succumbed to the beating and died. A witnessed, who filmed the incident, can be heard screaming on the recording: How long before you guys call an ambulance? Call an ambulance! According to the source of the video, who asked not to be named, his family has not been permitted to see his body, nor have they been given a cause of death.
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Imperial ??? What state California??
Is it not already clear?
I’ve gotten three tickets for missing front plate. I’ve never had to get out of the car, though.
Nice thing about KY, where I live now, is that there are no front plates.
Imperial storm troopers is more like it.
Banana Republic? What’d he do, shoplift some pants?
Can’t wait for the JBT lickers to come along and explain to us all how this war veteran ‘deserved’ to be beaten to death after he was handcuffed and taken to the ground.
I didn’t see crap.
Well he’s black, so at least someone will investigate. The cops are out of control. People are going to resort to shooting them.
The most frightening thing about all of these is that NO cops speak out against it and NO cops tried to stop it.
Cops are gang members who think they can get away with anything, because they usually do.
This is a very long story, short on important facts.
The story should read;
Cops went to work this morning, at the most dangerous job in the nation.
Their day was interrupted by an out of control civilian, who had to be put down for their own safety.
Fortunately, nothing of significance interfered with their going home safely to their families that evening.
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