[video] Dumb Cop Kicks Fellow Officer in the Head Thinking It Was Suspect

So quick to inflict pain on the suspect this dumb cop kicks a fellow officer. As much the smartphone era has blunted normal human interaction without them we would never see this type of brutality that is perpetrated across the country by police officers who are finally getting exposed for centuries long abuse against black people and people of all colors and persuasions.

via Boxden, via Complex

Video footage obtained by DNAinfo shows an NYPD officer so eager to inflict pain that he kicked a fellow officer in the head after mistaking him for a suspect.

The video, shot in January, shows two officers tangled with a man who allegedly tried to avoid paying his fair at the Coney Island/Stillwell Avenue station in Brooklyn. That’s when the offending plainclothes officer appears and unknowingly kicks his companion, boot and head meeting with a resounding “thud”:

The plainclothes officer walked up to the scrum, paused and then reared back with one leg, letting his boot fly into the back of the head of a hat-wearing police officer wrestling with the suspect. The kick had enough force that the sound can be heard on the recording above the din.
A woman who witnessed the spectacle can be heard laughing while saying “He kicked a cop.” After realizing his mistake, the officer is seen attempting to comfort his fellow officer with a pat on the head. Unfortunately, the damage was done.

The unidentified officer was forced to turn in his gun and badge, and has become the subject of investigations by the Brooklyn District Attorney’s office and the police department’s Internal Affairs unit.

Lupe Reveals Meaning Behind “Hip Hop Saved My Life”

It seems that two of Houston’s finest, had alot to do with the banging track “Hip Hop Saved My Life” off of gold album The Cool. Slim Thug and Bun B were subjects of this song and Lupe tells MTV why these southern rappers were his motivation for the song.

With ‘Hip-Hop Saved My Life,’ I attempted to make ‘Kick, Push,’ but for rappers,” he explained to MTV Base. “To give a real basic play-by-play of the life of a rapper before he makes it — if he ever makes it, because you can get stuck in that and be trying to make it for the rest of your life.”

The genesis of the track came when the Chicago lyricist went to Houston for a show. The rapper said the town was “spaced-out,” in terms of the distance between things, and it gave the city a feel as if there wasn’t much to do. So UGK legend Bun B picked up Lupe and led him on a tour of H-Town

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“Hip Hop Saved My Life” ft Nikki Jean