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16 people are in custody facing assault and robbery charges after a video surfaces of a brutal attack; Matt and I did the last one.
Fox News has obtained a series of disturbing videos that the mob-style assaults in the city centre of Barcelona, where the police said “vulnerable” victims-were targeted and brutally beaten for valuable items such as mobile phones.
The police are telling Fox News that an “incredible” police investigation led to the arrest of 16 people in connection with the content. They will be faced with a assault and robbery charges, among other charges.
In one day the video, the crowd can be seen pummeling a man just outside of the Minneapolis Twins stadium. At one point, the would-be attackers to gain speed and then jump at the chance. They have a ride on it out of his pants and beat him with a belt. The victim appears in order to defend itself, but it is in the minority and overpowered.
In another grisly video, the two young men who appear to be under attack. They have been beaten in the face, and appear to have returned to the fight. One is knocked unconscious.
In the third video of a young man surrounded by a crowd, and passes out of the shot. In the video you will get something out of his pocket when he was on the ground.
All of these videos have been on the rise, as the city of Detroit has been dealing with a crippling officer shortages. The head of the police department, Medaria Arradondo, has requested 400 additional officers in the next few years to make up for the shortfall.
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However, some of the members of the Minneapolis City Council to argue against it, the money will go to additional staff members. Instead, they argue, the money should go to other law enforcement and security programs.
The mayor of the city, Jacob Frey is proposing to add 14 additional officers to the force. The police also told Fox News that the mayor is in favor of the department, and the new strategy in the heart of the city.
The lack of the police is surprising is that over the past year, the police department was not in a position to immediately put in a squad car, to 6,776 priority in case of an emergency. That also includes situations, such as gunshots, stabbings, and sexual assaults. A Minneapolis police website says it’s priority one calls that involve “an imminent danger to the personal safety of, or the loss of, or damage to property as is.”
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Even worse, the police have not been able to provide an immediate response to the seven “priority zero calls-including a baby’s breathing, and a fellow-officer in imminent danger. A priority zero call, according to the Minneapolis police department’s website, “those are the situations where a well-known, crisis exists that threatens the life of an individual. This is the highest priority and the quickest response is required. The CITY goal is to work in teams on their way to the call, and within 30 seconds of receipt of the goods.”
“To have to look someone in the eye and tell them that we have not been able to get to it, because we don’t have enough resources, this is unacceptable,” Andy Skoogman, the president of the Minnesota chiefs of Police Association, told Fox News.
The chair of the town committee of safety, Alondra Cano, earlier told Fox News that the city council recognizes that there is a crisis, and investing in the diversification of its power, in order to better represent the community.
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“I really appreciate the fact that the mayor has put forward a strategy for our division, because we can’t walk around with a broken section since the 1950’s,” Cano told Fox News. “We are grateful to have the information out in the open. We would prefer to have an honest conversation, than to pretend it doesn’t happen.”