[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVNwPD7CPR8?start=0&wmode=transparent&w=640&h=480]A local Texas police department has placed an officer on administrative duty following a Thursday scuffle with a 76-year-old man pulled over for allegedly displaying expired tags.
The motorist, Pete Vasquez, was stopped at an auto dealership—where he worked and had just pulled into. He is seen exiting the vehicle—owned by the lot—to show the officer that the car has dealer plates. He also tried to get the dealership manager’s attention.
The brutality by the 23-year-old officer, Nathanial Robinson, then ensues. The officer is seen grabbing the man’s arm and wrestling him to the ground in a Nelson hold. The two disappear from the dashcam’s site, and the officer then appears standing, having drawn his stun gun. In the background is Drake’s “Under Ground Kings” blaring from the patrol car’s stereo, making it difficult to decipher the officer’s words in front of the vehicle.
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