POLICE BRUTALITY: Cop Turns off Dash Cam & Attacks Unarmed 66 Year Old Man with Dementia

(FEDERALJACK)   The family of an elderly Melbourne with dementia man says they plan on suing the police department, all over a violent confrontation that was caught on camera.  The dash camera video shows 66-year-old Albert Flowers being kicked by Melbourne officer Derek Middendorf back in October.  Flowers was also punched repeatedly, and another officer used a stun gun to shoot him in the face.  Police reports said the officer was investigating a call about an argument at the time.  Officer Middendorf said Flowers was acting aggressively and refused to stop at a safe distance.  But the man’s family said they’re horrified and that the officer went too far.  “I know he has a job to do, but when you take it above and beyond after being warned that he has dementia when you are warning that he has dementia and be brutal like that it’s criminal,” said Flowers’ son Carlos.  News 13 contacted Melbourne Police.  They referred us to a spokesperson for the city who said because no complaint has been filed yet, they have nothing to respond to.  They do say though the officer turned off his camera before the incident – but the video was still able to be retrieved from a hard drive.  A hearing is set for Wednesday. Meanwhile, the city says Officer Middendorf is still employed with the police department, but is currently off the job after an unrelated injury.

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2 Responses to POLICE BRUTALITY: Cop Turns off Dash Cam & Attacks Unarmed 66 Year Old Man with Dementia

  • Hell is too kind for that PIG. Public execution is in order, then I will vaporize his soul so that no more like him are created.

  • First of all, this is absolutely sickening.
    However, the Police Department apparently did the right thing by releasing the DashCam video showing the assault. Despite the officer “turning off” the Dashcam, it continued to record what was going on, maybe unknown to the cop. So the PD is worried about its officers lying about what went on. The PD also made sure the cop is not the street for now, the medical claim to the contrary. It’s not over, but there’s a glimmer of home justice will be served.

    The story is ambiguous on the matter of the cop answering a domestic disturbance call. Was this the call, or did the cop lie about where he was?

    Inquiring minds want to know.

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