Two former Louisiana police officers were indicted after surveillance footage surfaced in which they appear to be slamming a teenager to the groundbut the child's family said the charges only amount to a "slap on the wrist. Former Brusly Police Department officers Dan Cipriano and Anthony Dupre were indicted on Friday, accused of assaulting a year-old boy in October while responding to a report at Brusly Middle School in central Louisiana, according to court documents. The officers were called to the scene when the child allegedly got into an argument with an administrator and tried to leave a school detention office, according to local media reports.
Arteaga was injured on Saturday after he was beaten with his own instrument. CARACAS, July 28 Reuters — A violinist who was arrested during anti-government unrest this week was beaten with his instrument by officials, leaving him hard of hearing, according to a rights campaigner. Arteaga was detained during a protest on Thursday, said Alfredo Romero, head of the Penal Forum rights group, in a Periscope video filmed while driving.
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A Florida police deputy has been placed on restricted duty after cellphone video footage surfaced of two white officers slamming the head of a pepper-sprayed black teenager against the ground while placing him under arrest on Thursday. Thousands of people shared videos of the incident on Twitter and Facebook over the weekend, tagging them " JusticeForLucca," and demanding that the officers be fired or prosecuted. Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony said in a statement Friday that the department would conduct a "thorough investigation" into the incident and said that Deputy Christopher Krickovich, one of the officers pictured in the video, had been placed on restricted duty. In an arrest warrant affidavitKrickovich said that the teenage boy — who has been identified on social media as "Lucca" or "DeLucca" — took an "aggressive stance" toward his partner while they were arresting another teenager for trespassing.
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Powered by WordPress. A bald spot mars the long black dreadlocks where the year-old violist says police tore them from his head. Now, 10 days after plainclothes officers stopped him on a street and arrested him after a struggle that they say revealed a soda bottle under his coat, not the gun they suspected, his right eye is still slightly swollen and bloodshot.
A former violin teacher who measured his teenage students' bare breasts while fitting them for shoulder rests has been convicted on more than two dozen sexual and indecent assault charges after Ontario's top court found it was not necessary to prove he acted with a sexual purpose. The Court of Appeal for Ontario overturned Claude Trachy's acquittals on those charges but upheld them on a number of sexual interference and sexual exploitation charges, which do require sexual intentions for a conviction. In a unanimous decision released Tuesday, the appeal court says the trial judge made an error in law by considering sexual intentions as a criteria for all the charges.
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He allegedly told police that he was a friend of the victim, a talented violinist and orchestral conductor, and when arrested was found to have a variety of items belonging to the year-old from Glasgow. Torres was detained a short distance away the following morning. Police sources said he told investigators he took the devices because they could prove that he and the father-of-two had met online through social networks. They believe the killer beat his victim, who was the director of the Youth Academic Orchestra of the San Martin Theater in Cordoba, with the dumb-bell after an argument.