WATCH: 'YOU AIN'T SEEN EXCESSIVE FORCE YET!': COPS RESTRAIN MAN AND THEN TORTURE HIM | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

WATCH: 'YOU AIN'T SEEN EXCESSIVE FORCE YET!': COPS RESTRAIN MAN AND THEN TORTURE HIM

SOURCE: MATT AGORIST @ THE FREE THOUGHT PROJECT
(Support Free Thought) - St. Paul, MN — When 24-year-old Terrell Wilson was arrested on April 13, 2016, he never thought an accusation of swiping someone’s cellphone at a night club would end up with him being held down by a half dozen officers—and savagely tortured—while in handcuffs. But that is exactly what happened. Now, after three years, the disturbing video has been released and the taxpayers, not the cop who did most of the torturing, are being held liable.

On Thursday, Wilson received more than $500,000 as part of a settlement reached with the county.

Travis Vandewiele—the cop who doled out multiple knee strikes, punches and torture techniques on the restrained and nonviolent Wilson—has been on paid administrative leave, otherwise known as paid vacation, from the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office for the last two years. During this time he’s been collecting $121,555 in salary. As part of a recent settlement against the office, Vandewiele will also receive all the back pay for his vacation and sick pay—despite being on vacation and never having to take a sick day. He was allowed to resign and keep his pension in February, despite pleading guilty to a misdemeanor in connection with the horrific attack seen on video.

According to police, Wilson was arrested for allegedly taking two cellphones from patrons at a night club. Once he got to jail, all hell broke loose.

The video starts with Wilson in the back of the squad car. He was pepper sprayed during the arrest which is causing him severe discomfort and making it hard to breathe. When police attempted to remove him from the squad car, they put a spit mask over him, in spite of the fact that he was not spitting at them.

Wilson appears to be in distress and is “limp” as the deputies try to get him out of the car. This is when the arrest took a sadistic turn for the worse.

Officer Vandewiele tells the clearly suffering Wilson, “If you don’t get up I’m going to drag you.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF anyone is thinking about moving to St. Paul; holding a convention; or visiting the city, this is one very good reason not to do so.

And people in St. Paul who have the unfortunate situation of having to live there, please vote with you feet, and leave the city, if that is possible.

And please, let Mayor Melvin Carter, know why.

No one should tolerate this kind of behaviour; NO ONE!!

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