The Horror Every Day: Why Police Brutality Goes Unpunished

English: A 1952 Ford Customline patrol car tha...

English: A 1952 Ford Customline patrol car that was in use by the Houston Police Department (HPD). It is now on display at the Houston Police Museum in Downtown Houston. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Horror Every Day: Why Police Brutality Goes Unpunished

An investigation into the Houston police department reveals why officers rarely face the consequences of beatings or shootings.

December 13, 2013 |

The following story first appeared in the Texas Observer.Check out their website for more great stories.

Sebastian Prevot watched helplessly as three police officers advanced on his wife. Prevot was handcuffed and bleeding in the back of a cop car. Half of his left ear dangled where it had been torn from his head. The Houston Police Department doesn’t deny that its officers gave Prevot these injuries during a late-night arrest in January 2012. The only dispute is whether he earned them.
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This Report has more than 10 pages, please read them here:  http://www.alternet.org/horror-every-day-why-police-brutality-goes-unpunished?ak_proof=1&akid=.224675.FhtIlQ&rd=1&src=newsletter936586&t=3

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