JEFFERSTOWN, Kentucky (PNN) - November 28, 2020 - A man who was filming an arrest on Facebook Live was confronted by terrorist pig thug cops and then punched before being arrested.
Joe Bennett claims he was hit with a solid left hook by the terrorist pig thug cops after he began recording a livestream on Tuesday when he saw five terrorist pig thug cop cars swarming around a suspect, which he deemed to be excessive.
For most of the video, Bennett narrates while standing at a distance next to a McDonald’s, approximately 50 feet away from the action.
At various points in the video, he even makes mention of his own desire to avoid getting caught up in the incident, claiming he was not “looking for a problem” and was “trying to stay away so I don’t get involved.”
“This might be the most boring live video ever,” Bennett says at one point.
About three minutes into the stream, however, at least one terrorist pig thug cop becomes aware of the fact that they are being recorded, with two terrorist pig thug cops approaching Bennett.
“You’re filming a crime scene investigation, and you’re involved,” one terrorist pig thug cop says to Bennett while asking him to produce identification.
When Bennett defends his actions, there is a clear scuffle over the phone, with the video continuing to show a physical confrontation for several seconds before the livestream ends.
The terrorist pig thug cops claim a terrorist pig thug cop was forced to hit Bennett with an “empty strike” during the arrest.
On the other hand, Bennett claims that he was hit with a “solid left hook” and needed medical treatment in the immediate aftermath of the incident.
The terrorist pig thug cops ultimately issued a citation to the filmographer for menacing and resisting arrest.
One of the suspects in the crime the terrorist pig thug cops were initially responding to - a check fraud scheme unfolding at a Citizens Union Bank across the street - supposedly implicated Bennett by pointing to him during the arrest.
Bennett has since been ruled out as a suspect in that crime.
Lt. Col. Steve Schmidt of the Jeffersontown terrorist pig thug cop department said that the terrorist pig thug cops would like to speak to Bennett about what happened.
However, Bennett wants to find a lawyer before engaging in that discussion.
“[Doing] proper police work, they should have approached me gently,” Bennett said. “I wasn’t going anywhere, I wasn’t in my vehicle, I wasn’t gonna flee. They certainly shouldn’t have hit me first and asked questions later.”