New video surfaces of officer 728 violent arrest

Posted By: Jason Mayoff · 10/13/2012 9:37:00 PM

A new video has surfaced of the arrest, October 2nd, by officer 728, Stéfanie Trudeau.

Since that violent arrest, Trudeau was first put on desk duties and then suspended by SPVM chief, Marc Parent, who also apologized for her actions on behalf of himself and the entire Montreal police force.

The person taking this new video is first on the other side of the street, but then walks across to where the incident is taking place.

The video also shows another passerby filming the incident and then calling 911 to report what was going on.

The original video was broadcast in a report on Radio-Canada.

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  1. anthony posted on 10/14/2012 02:38 AM
    The cop did NOTHING wrong!
    1. NadaS posted on 10/14/2012 10:52 AM
      @anthony Where have you been in the last week?

      This video doesn't even show her inappropriate, to say the least, arrest, from the start or the end.

      Did you hear what the bystanders were saying?

      Please check all the previously shown videos of the week, including the original one. There is plenty of evidence so far of this "cop" being bad in this instance and many others before, for years.
  2. manoli posted on 10/14/2012 11:15 AM
    The ONLY reason the police chief is embarking on a PR campaign to say this won't be tolerated blah blah blah and that recently they had lost confidence in the mayor blah blah blah is because the city wants to cut its contribution to the police pension from 75% down to 50%. Keep fooling most of the people Mr. Police Chief. Funny how when these incidents and WORSE like when a cop shoots someone or is caught with chold porn or sexually assualts women he doesn't loose as much sleep over it as this renegade watches-too-much-TV- cop.

    When I see cop, I see zeros.
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