At least 5 police officers are caught on VIDEO as they beat a man in downtown Durango

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The video of the violence episode has unleashed the outrage of internet users, who have pointed out police abuse to the officers involved, for which they demand they be punished.

 A woman captured at least five policemen on video when they beat a man in the Historic Center of the city of Durango .

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The video recording shows how the uniformed men, despite the fact that the detainee does not resist, brutally kick and beat him while trying to cover him lying on the ground.

“Look, look, five [police] are beating a man; five hitting a man! ”says the woman who is recording the attack.

“There are children present here,” adds the witness.

For her part, the local Deputy in Durango, Sandra Amaya, condemned the violent acts by the police elements and demanded that the attack be clarified.

“Regrettable and reprehensible the behavior of @DMSPDGO policemen, who brutally beat a citizen, in the heart of the historic center,” he wrote on his Twitter account.

“As president of the Security Commission of @CongresoDurango, I demand clarity in what happened, and proceed in accordance with the Law,” he added.

The video of the violence episode has unleashed the outrage of internet users, who have pointed out police abuse to the officers involved, for which they demand they be punished.

It was during the day on Saturday that through a statement, the management of this corporation issued a position in this regard, notifying that the director Antonio Bracho , became aware of what happened from the first moment, temporarily suspending those involved, with the possibility of causing discharge from the police.

It was reported that said material in which excessive use of force was used to arrest a male person, who disturbed public order on Paseo Constitución street, occurred at 11:40 p.m. . It will be the Honor and Justice Commission who determines how to proceed at the end of the investigation.

Source: notigram.com, milenio.com

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