Aida Guzman, seen on video getting struck in the face by a Philadelphia police lieutenant, has settled her case against the City of Philadelphia.
Judge Patrick Dugan today ruled that Jonathan Josey was not guilty of simple assault when he struck Aida Guzman in the face.
By John McDevitt PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Final testimony and closing arguments were heard today in the trial of a former Philadelphia police lieutenant charged with striking a woman at a Puerto Rican Day celebration last […]
The Philadelphia Police officer who was caught on tape punching a woman in the face following the Puerto Rican Day Parade in September will be charged, according to the Fraternal Order of Police.
Lt. Jonathan Josey is slated to be fired after being caught on video hitting a woman in the face during a Puerto Rican Day celebration.)
“Yeah, he apologized to me, and I feel good for that,” Aida Guzman said after the private meeting with the mayor.
Jonathan McNesby, president of FOP Lodge 5, says Commissioner Charles Ramsey’s decision to fire Lieutenant Jonathan Josey will be appealed.
The Philadelphia Police lieutenant seen on video allegedly punching a woman during Sunday’s Puerto Rican Day celebration will be terminated, Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey said Wednesday.
The outrage spread as fast as the video. With nearly a million hits in two days, the YouTube video of Lt. Jonathan Josey punching Aida Guzman, 39, has gone viral, picked up by news networks across the country.
“We hope there will be a positive outcome,” says the president of the Philadelphia chapter of the National Conference of Puerto Rican Women.