Bronx teen says NYPD cops stalked him after bogus arrest

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Bronx teen says NYPD cops stalked him after bogus arrest

Postby admin » Sat Jun 22, 2019 12:44 am

Bronx teen says NYPD cops stalked him after bogus arrest
by Stephen Rex Brown
New York Daily News
JUN 10, 2019 | 7:00 AM

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Video shows what teen calls bogus arrest by NYPD, who he claims later harassed him.

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Female cop starts punching him in the stomach 4 times as hard as she can

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A Bronx teen says two NYPD cops roughed him up and then stalked him after a judge dismissed and sealed his arrest.

Kymani Johnson’s ordeal prompted his attorney to send a letter on Wednesday to Police Commissioner James O’Neill demanding the two officers from the 47th Precinct “cease and desist in their harassment of Mr. Johnson.”

Hours after a judge tossed charges of resisting arrest and obstruction against Johnson, 19, the cops appeared at his home, video obtained by the Daily News shows.

“This is gonna be our second home here ... I hope you’re behaving,” one of the cops said.
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