Philly Officer Who Hit Woman at Parade Acquitted

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“His actions after the punch were shoving her in the back … (and) immediately putting handcuffs on her like she’s some sort of danger,” Latoison said. He said he plans to file a civil lawsuit.

A disorderly conduct charge against Guzman was withdrawn. Mayor Michael Nutter later apologized to her, saying he was “appalled,” ”sickened” and “ashamed” after seeing the video, which went viral on YouTube.

District Attorney Seth Williams said he was disappointed with Tuesday’s ruling.

“I respect Judge Dugan’s decision but I disagree with it,” Williams said in a statement. “Let’s be clear there were no winners on that day in September. While I believe Jonathan Josey was guilty of simple assault this is not the time to dwell on that and I hope as a community we can move past this.”

Message left for Josey’s attorney and the Fraternal Order of Police were not immediately returned.

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3 thoughts on “Philly Officer Who Hit Woman at Parade Acquitted

  1. upto I looked at the check which had said $4740, I be certain …that…my mother in law was like they say realie making money part time on-line.. there brothers friend started doing this less than 6 months and recently cleard the debts on their appartment and bought themselves a Peugeot 205 GTi. I went here,………

  2. If you think Alan`s story is impossible…, 1 week ago my brother in law basically also made $5385 grafting 10 hours a week from there apartment and they’re classmate’s ex-wife`s neighbour was doing this for five months and got over $5385 parttime from a pc. use the steps from this website………

  3. The judge was wrong on this one. For those that viewed the video, it clearly shows that the woman DID NOT throw water on Jonathan Josey. I don’t know what video the judge looked at, but the video I veiwed clearly shows another person tossing water. The lady just happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time when the guy threw the water. Mayor Nutter had it right when he apologized.

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