Johnny Laws “Fist Bump” After Body Slamming Woman In Parkinglot During Arrest – TWICE!

Posted on September 5, 2012


Hey it’s like they say – some broads don’t know when to shaddap…

California (The Gaslamp Post) – A woman who was pulled over for talking on her cellphone made the mistake of getting out of the car and confronting two police officers.  Video which shows the brutal take down of a handcuffed woman was leaked to the public and has gone viral.

The woman, a nurse and mother from Sunland, was pulled over for allegedly talking on her cellphone in northeast Los Angeles on August, 21, 2012.  The video obtained from a nearby Del Taco restaurant security camera shows the events of the fateful traffic stop.

In the video, a police officer is seen approaching a woman who exited her car, unarmed and wearing only a sundress.  In a matter of seconds she is literally body-slammed to the ground.  While on the ground, she is handcuffed and yanked to the rear of a patrol car to be frisked.

After a few seconds she is yanked backwards and again body slammed to the ground, while handcuffed behind her back.  Once she was placed into the back of the patrol vehicle, the video shows a clear gesture between the two officers, of them fist-bumping, as if to say, job well done.

The victim, 34-year-old Michelle Jordan had sustained serious injuries from her encounter.  She was charged with resisting arrest but was later released.

Of the two officers involved, one was reportedly a 20 year veteran with the LAPD while the other was a newbie, having only served with the department for about 10 months.  The department is not releasing the names of the officers involved, but has stated that both have been removed from the streets and are on desk duty, pending the outcome of an investigation.

According to KABC-TV, Jordan’s lawyer stated that she did mouth off to the police, but that in no way warranted this sort of “goon-squad” treatment by the officers.  “We have a defenseless woman in a sun dress, two fully armed police officers with training and various restraining devices that they could have used, and instead they used nothing but brute force,” one of her lawyers, Arthur Corona, told KABC.

You can bet there will be a lawsuit.

Posted in: Cops Gone Wild