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Április
Ján által vezetett Budaörsi túránk második része

Június
Viszlát Sopron!

Július
Szia Budapest!

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Nikon FG + Nikon series E 50mm f/1.8 + 28mm f/2.8 + 100mm f/2.8 + Kodak Tri-X 400 @ 800


April
The second part of our Tour Budaörs led by Ján

June
Goodbye Sopron!

July
Hello Budapest!

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2013 - At the beginning of the video, we see Walker escorting in the 100 lb girl into the hospital without incident. Acker appears to be compliant, but she apparently took too long to sit down after being told to sit down.Walker proceeded to give her a little encouragement to sit down and shoved her into the chair with excessive force. In response the handcuffed girl then kicks the officer in the leg. In his report, Walker would make it seem like he was under attack and that she “kicked him in the groin area.” 

After suffering a foot to his pant leg, Walker punched Acker in the chest. He then grabbed the tiny, handcuffed, and inebriated teen and body slammed her face first onto the hospital floor, injuring her neck and knocking out her teeth.

In one report, police claim that Walker “rolled her out of the chair to the floor.” In another report, police claim that Walker “escorted Ms. Acker to the floor.”

“This is a very violent attack on someone who is in handcuffs, who is partially restrained and tiny, and there’s just no need for it, You can’t have something like this, whether it happens 100 times, 10 times or one time. It’s unacceptable. It cannot be tolerated. As a patrol officer in particular, that’s part of the job, dealing with that without planting someone’s face in the floor.”

Because Walker injured himself while body slamming the teen, he was advised of his rights as the victim by Colorado Springs Police Department. The department refuses to say whether or not Walker faced any discipline for his actions. He remains on regular duty.In the meantime, it will be the taxpayers of Colorado Springs who will foot the potential $500,000 bill for the lawsuit on Acker’s behalf. [article]