Police officers accused of slagging and beating Trump supporters
A Missouri police officer accused of slapping a Trump supporter in the face and shoving him to the ground while he was handcuffed has been charged with a misdemeanor.
Police also charged Joseph Cerny, who was also accused of assaulting a police dog in March.
The charges against Cernys were later dropped.
On Wednesday, the Missouri State Highway Patrol arrested Cerns brother, Christopher, on a misdemeanor assault charge.
In an interview with Fox News, Christopher Cernyk said his brother was in the process of obtaining a restraining order against Cenys and his wife.
Christopher Cenyk said he was trying to find out why his brother would do something like that.
Christopher said his younger brother and his fiancee were arguing over who was more entitled to a home and where they could live.
Cerncy told Fox News that he did not slap the victim in the mouth or physically hurt him.
The incident happened on April 1 in front of Cency’s home on a quiet street in St. Charles County, Missouri.
A police officer saw Cernyt slapping the man, then told him to stop, Cernyan said.
The man, a Trump voter who said he lives in St Charles County and voted for Trump, told the officer he had no intention of hitting the officer.
“He slapped me, put me on the ground, kicked me in the head, then he hit me with a baton and dragged me to the sidewalk,” the man said.
He was arrested and released a few days later.
Cenyr said he told police the man had a restraining or stalking order against him.
Cennys brother said that police were trying to intimidate him and that he had been using the court system to try to get his brother released from jail.
He also said he would have fought if he had known the officer was an officer and would have asked for a lawyer to help him.
“I didn’t expect to be charged,” Cernyn said.
Police released a statement on Thursday saying they have charged Cernyx with a felony and that a warrant has been issued for his arrest.
Cermys brother and fiancee said in a statement that they had filed a lawsuit against the St. Louis County police department for violating their constitutional rights.
Cervys brother has said that he has never been charged or disciplined for his actions, though police said they are investigating the incident.
The St. Joseph Times reported that Cernyd was a police officer in St Louis County for a little more than a year.
He has also worked as a security guard for a gas station in St Croix County.
The paper said Cernymys wife has worked at a gas company for about four years and his family has lived in the St Charles area.
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