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3 Georgia sheriff’s deputies, all white, charged with battery after beating black inmate

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Three of the five Georgia sheriff’s deputies who beat Jarrett Hobbs, a 41-year-old black man in Camden County jail, were charged with assault and put in the same prison.they Either you didn’t realize the camera was working, or you simply didn’t careThey were named Mason Garrick, Braxton Massey and Ryan Biegel.

A security video from that night shows Hobbes alone in his cell before five guards rush in and surround him. At least he is seen getting punched by three lawmakers before Hobbes is dragged out of his cell and thrown against a wall.

Hobbes’ attorney released a video of the beating last week. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation announced the following day that it would open an investigation.

Camden County Sheriff Jim Proctor said in a statement: “We thank the Georgia Department of Investigation for their assistance to our agency in this serious incident that occurred.”The arrests of these employees are the culmination of a criminal investigation. and terminate my employment with the Camden County Sheriff’s Office.”

From the video footage, it’s clear these law enforcement officers planned the beating. According to reports, Hobbes was arrested after a clash with police officers.

Biegel, Massey and Garrick mugshots News4JAX

A relatively small but significant issue with this case: early local news reports showing videos of public record of these officials punching someone, even though the footage was sent by the victim’s attorney. CNN and other locals the media Uncensored video It’s been on the air, but early versions are so crudely edited that the blows are hidden in blobs of blur and pixelation, so if you search, you’ll likely find them. I could only find it as a non-embeddable segment clip on the site or a ganked Twitter copy (above).

We often scoff at the negative headlines and denunciations journalists use when writing about possible police misconduct, but I don’t think most Americans know how. completely Most local media that rely on law enforcement are aimed at content and, as a result, how meticulous and engaging law enforcement coverage is.

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