Ranking police officer captured on tape discussing the beating and vowing to lie to investigators
by Timothy Charles Holmseth
The savage beating of a handcuffed man in a Minnesota police station closely resembles the Freddie Gray homicide case.
So does the attempt to cover it up by police.
The U.S. District Court of Minnesota will soon be deciding if evidence depicting the violent beating in the East Grand Forks, Minnesota police station supports a pattern and practice of corruption as alleged in HOLMSETH V. CITY OF EAST GRAND FORKS ET AL.
The beating was reported by a former police investigator that describes how the handcuffed man’s head was smashed against a cement wall over and over by a psychopathic police officer.
Multiple officers then colluded to cover-up the savage assault.
Plaintiff, Timothy Charles Holmseth, investigative journalist, learned of the violent assault and audio evidence against the police after he…
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