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U of Alabama student beaten, tased, and arrested by police after noise complaint

Image via screenshot.

Image via screenshot.

Another video of police brutality has surfaced, this time at the University of Alabama when the police were called for a noise complaint.

One student was dragged out of the apartment and the police used a stun gun on him, and also dragged out two other students, a second man and a woman, according to 9News.

 The Tuscaloosa Police Department had several officers on the call.

“The level of force used in the arrests will be investigated by the department,” 9News reported.

The police department announced that “a full investigation of the circumstances that are depicted in these videos will be conducted.”

The Crimson White, the student newspaper at the University of Alabama, reported that Police Chief Steven Anderson asked the public for patience as they conduct the investigation. The three arrested students face charges of obstruction, resisting arrest, and harassment.

Other high profile cases that created controversy over the use of force by police have occurred in South Carolina and Ohio.


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