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Another officer allegedly 'jammed' his knee to Bennett's back 'forcefully,' limiting his ability to breath. Then, according to Bennett, the officers cinched handcuffs on him so tightly that his fingers 'went numb.''It was a traumatic experience for me and my family,' Bennett said while addressing the media at the Seahawks' facility on Wednesday afternoon. Kennzeichnung der Allergene in Speisekarten, extrem berzogene Hygienevorschriften, spontane berprfungen des Arbeitsinspektorats zur besten Geschftszeit des Tages: Die heimischen Wirte steigen auf die Barrikaden. Wiens Problem mit dubiosen Handwerker-Notdiensten ist ein weltweites Geschftsmodell.Die grten Profite lassen sich mit Aufsperrdiensten machen. Gomez said they were releasing the images for transparency reasons.The Las Vegas police union president on Thursday disputed the claims of Seattle Seahawks star Michael Bennett, saying that the Pro Bowl defensive end made 'false and defamatory' statements by accusing the Las Vegas Metro Police of apprehending him on August 27 'simply for being a black man.'In a letter to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, Las Vegas police union president Steve Grammas demanded the league 'conduct an investigation, and take appropriate action, into Michael Bennett's obvious false accusations against our police officers.'The Pro Bowl defensive end announced earlier Wednesday morning on Twitter that he is considering a civil rights lawsuit against the Las Vegas Metro Police.In a note addressed 'Dear World,' Bennett claimed police picked him out of a crowd that was running away from the sound of gunshots.
Our officers, who are both minorities, had the legal right, and obligation, to detain Bennett based upon the nature of the call and Bennett's unusual and suspicious actions.'Another video, obtained by TMZ, showed a portion of the incident referenced in Bennett's tweet and shows the 31-year old being arrested with a knee to his back.That video, which was referenced by undersheriff Kevin Mc Mahill during Wednesday's press briefing, depicts a group of officers re-entering The Cromwell Hotel and Casino, where patrons were being evacuated after an erroneous report of gunshots.At the end of the video, Bennett can be seen laying face-down on the ground with another officer on top of him.According to Bennett, he was returning to his hotel from T-Mobile Arena with 'several hundred' other people, when everyone heard what sounded like gunshots. The pack of people ran for safety, he explained, which is when a nearby police officer ordered him to get to the ground before putting a gun near his head and threatening to kill him. Do I believe that there's some people out there that are judging people on the color of their skin? I'm just focused on trying to push forward and keep continuously ... Keep pushing the quality for oppressed people.'Bennett wrote that he has retained Oakland civil rights attorney John Burris 'to investigate and explore all my legal options including filing a civil rights lawsuit for the violation of my constitutional rights.' In a statement given to ESPN, Burris said Bennett 'was unarmed, sober and not involved in any altercations or dispute at the time the police officers arrested and threatened to use deadly force against him.'We think there was an unlawful detention and the use of excessive force, with a gun put to his head,' Burris told The Associated Press.
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