January 27, 2021
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Police in Aurora, Colorado, release video of woman restrained with her head on floor of police car crying for help

A fired police officer in Aurora, Colorado, said he was “very remorseful” for dismissing the pleas of a Black woman who was upside down with her hands and feet tied together on the floorboard of his patrol car for roughly 21 minutes.



a person in a car: An Aurora, Colorado, police officer was fired for not helping a woman rolled onto the floor of his police car while her hands and feet were tied together.


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An Aurora, Colorado, police officer was fired for not helping a woman rolled onto the floor of his police car while her hands and feet were tied together.

Officer Levi Huffine was fired in February over the August 2019 incident but earlier this week, police made public video of the incident and Huffine testified at an appeal hearing.

Body camera footage shows the woman being handcuffed, taken to a police car and later her hands and feet were hog-tied using a soft restraint hobble.

Police officers can be heard saying in the video that the woman, identified as 28-year-old Shataean Kelly by CNN affiliate

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