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police brutalitySAVANNAH, GEORGIA – A video of police responding to a fight on St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah Georgia shows a male police officer grabbing a female by her belt and then throwing her on the ground.

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Savannah Now reports:

The video shows several women fighting outside and inside a red SUV, a man watching and then participating in the fight by hitting the vehicle and forcing the open door into the combatants while a crowd watches and encourages the participants.

Two police officers arrive on scene and force the man to the ground, striking his legs with a baton. As the officer secures the man, one of the women who appears bloodied from the fight pushes the officer. The officer chases her away by striking her on her legs with the baton.

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