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More Trouble for Seattle PD - Brutality Video Released

Police have released video of an arrest in which an officer of the Seattle PD has assaulted a member of the public, of which an internal investigation into the assault continues. Both the short and long versions of the video have been uploaded. The incident occurs a little after the 06:30 mark of the long video.

An “excessive force” complaint has been filed with the Seattle Police Department over the arrest of an 18-year-old man in December 2010 in which Seattle police officers are seen on dash-cam video throwing the man onto the hood of a car and one punches the man in the face.

On December 29, 2010, a white Seattle Police officer, Larry Longley, punched Isaac Ocak multiple times after grabbing Mr. Ocak's face. Larry Longley claimed that Isaac bit him. You decide if this is true or if Mr. Longley made that claim to justify assaulting Mr. Ocak.

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Added: Jan-6-2013 Occurred On: Dec-29-2010
By: Aussie
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Tags: Seattle, PD, police, brutality, officer, Larry, Longley, isaac, ocak,
Location: Seattle, Washington, United States (load item map)
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  • I always relax when someone is choking me...

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    • @doc92 haha yea seriously running out of oxygen is probably the single scariest and least calm feeling on the planet

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    • @doc92 I'm even more relaxed and less inclined to look for witnesses when I hear an officer tell me that 'they' are recording everything...

      Police videos are never tampered with and are always accessed per request...

      The officer was out of line, period. Calling him a retard for asking witnesses to stay around is grounds for defemation and I sure as hell hope he presses charges.

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    • @doc92 do u always fight when the police attempt to gain compliance out of u?

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    • @Tommydukes I agree, All these videos of people getting 'abused' by police, i dont understand why people PUT themselves in this situation by being smartalecs or whatever. got nothing to hide then comply.

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    • @citizenreal
      To your surprise officer madreno of roselle park police department knows how to tampered the video evidence in his brand new charger. In the year 2011 and 2012 no videos were ever made available by the this particular officer and still judge carries on without video evidence, know well that the officer madreno has been tampering with video camera. Believe it or not corruption is at the highest level ever since 2000.

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  • My first thought was some punk ass sag'n paints bitch. After watching I think these cops suck at their job. These cops escalated this situation rather than calming it down. They knew where they wanted to take it from the beginning.

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  • You put your leather gloves on the guys face/mouth then complain you're getting bitten?

    Give me a break..

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  • Are you fn shitting me. Kid left his car running. Show me that law he broke. He said Sir about 50 times. Whatch the second video. I was Military Police half my life. These cops are Power hungry trouble makers. Public servants my ass. More like I got my underwere pulled over my head in highschool so now I am going to screw with everyone. These cops need some classes on IPC skills. Seems like they were messin with him till he lost his patience. If that was me I would have been arrested in the firs More..

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    • @shaneexarmy I agree, leaving your car running unoccupied does not seem like a crime. However, around the 4:10 mark, I think the cop says that he is being detained for suspicion, which could maybe be derived from that fact that he got into a running car making it seem like he stole it possibly? The report mentions "Too many keys" which is just an excuse.

      The guy should have just let the cops detain him and then file a lawsuit which he would have won. Cops acted unprofessional.

      But More..

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    • @Ragadagdingdong

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    • @Ragadagdingdong Detain they did for a good 5 minutes. Also. Suspicion of what? Leaving your car running. When Police detain someone they are suppossed to say what crime your are suspected of committing. To many keys? give me a break. Harrasment that is all.

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  • Relax, you are being audio and video recorded, fucking relax...??? you are being arrested because you are resisting arrest...WTF what am I missing?

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    • @sharon12 Resisting is the catch all charge the cops use when the have nothing else, just bull shit. Resisting comes down to your word and that of the cops. Isn't it strange how so many charges of resisting get filed, but so often when a camera is on and the video discovered, the resisting and other charges vanish. Isn't that fucking strange!!!

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  • LOL @ the cop putting his fingers in the guys mouth and then punching him after the guy "bit" him.

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  • Police officers know they are being recorded and yet they show that they are assholes .Its quite obvious that they are protected and 90 % of the time there will be nothing more than a slap on the wrist .

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  • When this starts to go down just constantly repeat, "i am not resisting, i am not resisting" And then of course make sure that you aren't resisting in anyway. Unless you enjoy a mouth full of concrete. We can't beat the cops on the street but we sure can beat them in the courtroom.

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  • There's such a fine line between excessive force & resisting arrest, it's almost impossible to know who's at fault here.

    Unless you were on site, and witnessed the entire altercation.

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  • Any cop who acts like this needs to be fired, period. He is the sole reason this escalated, it should have been over as soon as the kid said he was returning some stuff and they made sure he had no merchandise on him. Shame on the police department for defending his actions, he should be fired immediately.

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    • @watchyoursix1 They are clearly out of control. They decided they were going to arrest him the moment he confronted them and made a mockery of our law by actually doing it. Not to mention the lies they put in their reports. Now tax payers have to pay for the kids civil suit, thousands of dollars because a kid left his car running outside a store, all while the cop is on a paid vacation as an internal investigations is carried out. How much investigating do they need to do? Appears to me that it More..

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    • @watchyoursix1
      As a Seattle resident you're aware of the pricks Seattle residents tend to be.

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  • I feel like half the time it is the cops who escalate the situation, then yell "STOP RESISTING" to justify it

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  • Der Gestapo

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  • First viewing says he deserved the treatment. Cop was totally professional.

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    • @ClearMud
      Watch the second video and you see how a normal guy gets in trouble although he didn't do anything wrong, complied to the officers who were rude from the beginning.

      These officers would be perfect Gestapo employes.

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  • So why do four, well-armed, fully grown men require a lone citizen, a much smaller one, to press his face against the hood of a car to close chains around his wrists?

    Some would argue he was resisting "arrest" but what you can see him resisting is not arrest...
    But being bent-over a car by some dudes.

    Those "dudes" were not out simply to put cuffs on a suspect under their complete control, but have their way with him.

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  • I think the main thing here is that the cops drug things out way too long just trying to find a reason for an arrest. He quickly explained what happened but they were like whatever, put your hands on the car. Then the cop starts talking down to him that he doesn't listen? Then makes a big thing out of having too many house keys. wtf? They could have taken care of it in 5 or 10 minutes but seemed to forget why they were called in the first place.

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  • he deserved to be kicked around like a pair of empty overalls.
    this is whats wrong nowadays the police need to get fucking tough with these young bastards and lock them up for a few years with blank walls and time to think about being a good citizen.
    all these fucking do gooders that moan and protect these criminals are the first ones bleating like a lamb when their kids head gets blown off in a school shooting, (shoulda been more protection they cry)
    if you are under arrest and you have did not More..

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  • Go read the police report, this kid was stoned, left the car running with the window part way down to air it out, he also had drugs on his person.

    Go read the police report Ocak-Officer-Longley-Report

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  • i hate cops, but i hate shit kids too. i'm siding with the cops on this one. whiney little bitch kid

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  • They escalated it intentionally. I was once charged with assaulting police for a 4cm scratch on an officer's shin he obtained by kicking shit out of me.

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  • what the fuck.......those cops need to be arrested.

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    • @vikingslayer

      You and I both, bro. Cops treating young people like criminals until those kids grow up SMARTER than the cops themselves and they wonder why people hate them so much.

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  • Fully justified. That guy was a moron. Can't keep your hands on the hood you have a problem. If that dude bit me I would knock his teeth out.

    The cops were 100% justified in subduing that dude.

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  • A mess that escalates into an assault.

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