Green continued, “I concluded that this was an unnecessary or unreasonable use of force. She doesn’t think she did anything wrong. We can talk about policies and procedures, and that’ll be argued at some point in arbitration. I’ve been here long enough to know this is (the difference) between right and wrong – and that was wrong.”
The scissor-happy officer has since been let go, but Warren police officers’ union are standing in solidarity behind Najor, as they have filed an arbitration to contest her termination.
Gregory’s lawyer, Paul Misukewicz, said his client suffered permanent damage from having her hair ripped out forcibly. “I guess the best way to describe it would be sadistic. There’s absolutely no reason for it. And it’s demeaning,” Misukewicz told WXYZ-TV.