State Police Find No Excessive Force In Teenager Takedown


LSP louisiana state police honor guard State Police say undercover officers did not use excessive force in the French Quarter take down of two teenagers.

The video shows 9-white plain clothes officers and 2-black teenagers scuffling in the French Quarter.

It raises questions about police brutality.

But an internal investigation by State Police concludes there was no wrong-doing, and officers used minimal force.

WGNO News Reporter Darian Trotter asked, “What do you see in that video? I see an abuse of power,” King replied.

Danatus King is President of the New Orleans branch of the NAACP.

He says the conclusion by State Police is baffling.

In a statement, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu weighs in saying, “Based on what I saw on the video tape, State Police did not handle the incident in the right way.” “Based on what I’ve seen, I believe it was wrong.”

The video appears to show officers tackling two young men…

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