Gang of White Lincoln Cops Try to Kill Black Man After He Questions Their Authority During Unlawful Stop & Interrogation - Suit Filed
With Crime Low What are Racist Bored Cops To Do? Here, Do-gooder white public servants [cops] stop a group of African American adults out for an evening of drinking and demand to know where they had been drinking - apparently b/c one of them is drunk and they are white. The courts have said cops cannot stop you or question you w/o probable cause or reasonable articulable suspicion. Jurors at Barine Deezia's trial saw this video. It includes footage taken from a street camera at 14th & O and a Lincoln police officer's body cam video, starting at 7:25 to 11:00 minutes.
From [HERE] and [HERE] A Lincoln man is filing a lawsuit against the City of Lincoln and several white Lincoln Police officers for using excessive force, false arrest and false imprisonment. This all stems from an incident that happened in March, 2016 when Barine Deezia was attacked by police in downtown Lincoln.
Deezia claims officers followed him and his friends, asking them numerous times what bar they were drinking at.
On March 20, 2016 Deezia and his friends were walking when they encountered Officer Perth and Graham near 14th and O Street. The officers began questioning the group about what bar they had been drinking at, stating they believed that a woman in the group had been served too much alcohol. [cops are not medically trained and really have no expertise to diagnose anybody - literally they would believe every patient in the ER is drunk].
Deezia said he told officers that the woman had not had a drink since they arrived downtown, but that she drank alcohol at a party. The claim states Deezia and his friends answered the officers questions in a polite, peaceful, and respectful manner.
Unsatisfied with the answers the white public servants continued with their questions. tDeezia told his friends they didn’t have to talk to officers. According to the claim, one of the officers asked Deezia, “What did you say?” He responded saying “I told them that they don’t have to talk to you if you don’t want to.”
The claim states, Officer Perth pushed Deezia. Officer Graham grabbed him and slammed him into the Jimmy John’s restaurant and then body-slammed Deezia to the concrete, causing him to hit his head on the concrete.
Deezia was placed in a chokehold, according to the claim, and officers began hitting him in the back and shoulder blade area. “Plantiff lost consciousness as a result of the chokehold, and officers continued to administer corporal punishment to Plantiff’s unconscious body,” states the tort claim.
After the arrest, pictures on social media of Deezia in his hospital bed were circulating with claims of police brutality.
The claim states that Peth pushed Deezia, who told the officer, “You have no right to touch me.”
“They didn’t tell me I was under arrest,” Deezia said. “I was screaming for help: ‘Let me go, let me go.’ ”
While in a chokehold Deezia told the cops he couldn’t breathe. Officers continued to hit Deezia in the back as he lost consciousness, according to the complaint.
Deezia was taken to Bryan West Medical Center and booked into jail about 6 a.m. An hour later, he posted $100 — 10 percent of his bail — to be released. His hearing on the citation is set for April 18.
Deezia was then arrested and charged with obstructing and resisting arrest, but was found not guilty by a jury in November.