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Tased in his own home, execution style— This could be you, if you ask to see a warrant.

Due to the way the police were acting, roaming around the property and testing doors to see if they were locked, Testa decided to record the incident for his own protection, to have a record of the event. (read Testa’s account of the incident)

“We documented over 65 discrepancies when comparing the police reports, police testimony and the videos,” said Testa. “Deputy Pomazal admitted over and over that she was ‘mistaken’ about the facts of the case. When asked if she had made any more mistakes in her police reports and testimony, she said, ‘I hope not.’ And still the judge chose to believe the police.”

Testa believes that the video evidence demonstrates that the police reports used to charge him with battery to a police officer resulting in bodily harm and resisting arrest were false. Despite this, Testa was convicted. Judge George Strickland doubled the sentence

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Added: May-15-2011 Occurred On: May-15-2011
By: Eva_Destruction
Regional News
Tags: police, arrested, police brutality, U.S. constitution, fourth amendment
Location: Illinois, United States (load item map)
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