By Day by day Mail Columnist
Published: 22:45 BST, 10 October 2013 | Updated: 05:12 BST, 11 October 2013
A lady is suing a police officer what’s more, the town of Skokie, Illinois, after she was genuinely harmed at the point when a cop tossed her into a imprison cell face-first following a flushed driving arrest.
Cassandra Feuerstein, 47, claims in a government claim recorded on Wednesday, that exorbitant compel was utilized in the episode what’s more, that she required reconstructive surgery to ‘replace the bones that had been shattered’ after being pushed into the cell on Walk 10.
The video of the episode obviously appears the 47-year-old being generally pushed into the cell by an officer, who was afterward recognized as Michael Hart.
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Cell: The video appears Cassandra Feuerstein going along with police as she is tapped down what’s more, sought by a female officer
Excessive force: After getting her mugshot taken, Cassandra is pushed generally into the cell by the officer
Impact: She falls forward what’s more, strikes her head what’s more, confront on the concrete seat what’s more, at the point when she lands on the ground, a pool of blood spreads on the floor under her
The starting of the jail video appears her going along with a female officer amid the pat down what’s more, look what’s more, gives them her bra what’s more, shoes.
As she is shoved, she falls forward what’s more, strikes her confront on the concrete bench. At the point when she lands on the ground, a pool of blood spreads on the floor under her.
She required reconstructive surgery to ‘replace the bones that had been shattered’ after being pushed into the cell
Another officer enters the cell what’s more, pulls her head onto his lap as he endeavors to stop the bleeding.
A paramedic arrives before long after what’s more, she is taken to healing facility in a stretcher.
Feuerstein claims the officer at that point documented a false report asserting she stood up to police to clarify his actions, concurring to CBS.
‘Apparently I was not looking into the camera the way the officer needed me to’, she said at a press gathering yesterday, alluding to having her mugshot taken right some time recently the incident.
Her legal advisor Torreya Hamilton said: ‘The video talks for itself. She does nothing to legitimize what this male police officer does.
‘If this was a bar fight, which of course it wasn’t, it’d be like she got sucker-punched.’
The 47-year-old was charged with standing up to an officer as well as flushed driving.
She argued blameworthy to the DUI. The other charge was consequently dropped.
Feuerstein was captured after she had pulled over, figuring it out she had as well much to drink.
She fell snoozing what’s more, was afterward captured what’s more, taken to the station.
Pool of blood: Another officer enters the cell what’s more, pulls her head onto his lap as he endeavors to stop the bleeding
‘Apparently I was not looking into the camera the way the officer needed me to’, she said at a press meeting yesterday, alluding to having her mugshot taken
She is looking for unspecified damages.
Skokie town representative Ann Tennes said in a statement: ‘The Town of Skokie communicates profound concern for Ms Cassandra Feuerstein’s wounds that happened at the Skokie Police Station prior this year.
‘Officer Michael Hart has been on station obligation what’s more, has no contact with the public. Both the Town of Skokie what’s more, the Cook Province Stateâ€™s Lawyer have continuous examinations pending that started at the point when the episode occurred.’
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