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Alleged Police Brutality Caught On Tape

Two brothers say surveillance video shows them being beaten by Chicago Police officers at a Southwest Side liquor store. The Independent Police Review Authority is investigating the case. Michael Ayala still doesn't understand why several Chicago Police officers allegedly attacked him and his brother. The men say the cops punched and kicked them for no reason at all.
"I did not touch them. I did not spit at them. I was handcuffed," Ayala said.
A battered Michael Ayala says he and his brother did nothing to provoke the beating he says they took from a group of Chicago Police officers. The father of two claims, when he asked officers to stop their assault, they beat them more.
"When I was telling them...'Can you please stop doing that to my brother?' As I said that, the cop goes around and he hits me a couple times," said Ayala.
Security camera video doesn't show

Added: Aug-19-2011 
By: jbpnw
Regional News
Tags: caught on tape, raw video, cctv, surveillance, police brutality, use of force, mistaken identity
Location: Chicago, Illinois, United States (load item map)
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