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LAPD Officer Sentenced To 3 Years For Excessive Force on #AlesiaThomas

July 29, 2016

Los Angeles Police Department officer Mary O’Callaghan was sentenced to 36 months in prison on Thursday after being convicted of assault caught on her police cruiser dash cam, the Los Angeles Times reports.

The 35-year-old victim, Alesia Thomas, died after the altercation, which began when officers went to Thomas’s home to investigate claims that she had abandoned her children, says The Guardian.

As you can see on the video, O’Callaghan kicked Thomas in the crotch and struck her with an open hand. Thomas then lost consciousness and fell to the ground, as O’Callaghan apathetically smoked a cigarette. The surveillance shows the officer assaulting Thomas both outside of and as she was entering the vehicle.

As Thomas is taken to the back of the car by the officer, she can be seen on the video, saying “I can’t breathe. I can’t move.”

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Source: newsone.com

Guess the police report was sent to the Asst District Attorney I n this matter and the case was properly handled unlike the Assault and more of Dorothy Cook by Wilson NC Public Schools EC Director Vivian Roach and the fact the NC Public Schools good old boy connections made sure Vivian Roach would not and could not be held accountable for her crimes and actions and all others involved criminally or civilally by letting the statute of limitation to expire before they responded to Dorothy Cook numerous contacts and or communications about the matter and then the Wilson Police department Captain n Sullivan stated they errored because the police report for the assault was not forwarded to the Assistant District Attorney  it should have been but the internal affairs CaptIan Eric Smith say it’s nothing they can do about it because the 2 years statute of limitation to criminally prosecute Vivian Roach by has expired and holding the police department accountable for the error now admitted  was out of the question. Written statement was requested but not provided . There is more but this is recall today. 

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