Puerto Rican Day Parade
Aida Guzman, seen on video getting struck in the face by a Philadelphia police lieutenant, has settled her case against the City of Philadelphia.
DA Williams says that Lt. Jonathan Josey went beyond the scope of the force he was permitted to use.
The fired police lieutenant charged with simple assault for knocking a woman to the ground following September’s Puerto Rican Day festival in North Philadelphia has turned himself in.
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.
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.
Chris reviews video of a police officer striking a woman at the Puerto Rican Day Parade and discusses it with CBS 3′s Walt Hunter. He also talks to Matt Brouillette from the Commonwealth Foundation and Ann Coulter.
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