actually going to add a new number to this bodycam footage in the prior tweet that included 48. Notice at the [8:00] mark where he pepper-sprays another protestor and pushes them. See also his conduct at [12:40] and [14:05]
police chase after protestors as they're backing away, to beat them for sport. (I don't *think* we have this one yet, but if this ties in with any of the other NYC vids in the thread please reply here) [@brandon212_]
NYPD hires an event staging company to lead pro-cop chants for the cameras to make it seem like they have popular support. (see thread debunking this stunt here: https://twitter.com/saraqdavid/status/1269600438501982210?s=21) [@BillWeirCNN]
More on 343 above in NYC, of the post-shove arrests. "Here’s video of subsequent arrests that happened on this intersection, via source. An officer can be seen snapping a mugshot of each arrestee before they’re loaded onto an NYPD van."
same night and locale as 325 above I think, but really soak all of this one in as NYPD officers go out of their way to intimidate / assault / arrest people for First Amendment-protected conduct. [h/t @ZachReports]
New York City, NY: thread of videos documenting the NYPD rioting, beating people indiscriminately for sport; "This group is pinned, and a new group of cops just showed up with wooden batons. There was no violence, no bottles. People didn’t even see the cops in front of them til it was too late (interview with a witness at the end)"
a motorist honks her horn in support of the protestors, so an NYPD White Shirt walks over, leans into the car, and tells her to turn the vehicle off and hand over the keys Then they push another guy over a bike Lawlessness
NYPD officer (white shirt, higher rank of some sort) pushes a barricade into protestors, eventually knocks it over because he's a moron, then climbs over it so he can rush into the crowd to beat an unarmed woman
Update on 48 in New York City NY, where an NYPD officer pulled off a peaceful protestor's mask and pepper-sprayed him. The bodycam footage has been released, the officer has been suspended w/o pay, and he's been referred to the police disciplinary board