San Ignacio police brutalize man and dog

Posted: May 28, 2016. 10:25 a.m. CST.

By BBN Staff: A very controversial video has gone viral on social media, where police officers not only brutalize a San Ignacio resident but also a dog.

The incident played out on Burns Avenue in San Ignacio Town last night around 8.

In the video, the officers can be seen hitting a man in front of them and in the process a dog walks by and is also beaten. The dog can be heard screaming in agony.

Residents in the area are pleading that the proper authorities look into police brutality and animal abuse.

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2 Responses to San Ignacio police brutalize man and dog

  1. youserious Reply

    May 28, 2016 at 12:18 pm

    That is what they always do…chance the weak, you will never see them treat a politician or politician son this way. I have witnessed a lot of instances where they chance people. I understand it is not easy to be a Police but if you choose that career it was not to relief your frustration on the weak.

  2. Will.I.Am Reply

    May 28, 2016 at 8:35 pm

    In a way. I see no wrong in what the police did. If you resist arrest in any country. The police will respond with force. Its true that some one in the back ground encourage the dog to advance at the police and the police had to defend themselves from being bitten. Although the dog probly acted to defend its owner. Its natural but a police have the right to defend themselves also. I will say it again. From what I have seen in the video. Any police from any country would do the same.

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