Christmas almost came early for Daniel Saunders. The 46-year-old man was mistakenly released early from jail after having been arrested for breaking into a church and spreading his hepatitis C infected blood throughout the House of Christ.
Footage of three members of Seattle PD attempted to apprehend the nefarious fiend as he strolled from the evidence storage room; that is where things took a turn for the worse.
Video footage from surveillance cameras showed officer assaulting the mane for nearly two minutes in an effort to subdue him. Needless to say, he was adequately roughed up.
Andrew Magee, Saunders' attorney, is contemplating filing a civil-rights lawsuit against all officers whom were involved, the judge that released him, and the King County Prosecutors Office.
In other police news, officers in Lake Wales, Florida are being investigated for a traffic stop that nearly ended in a riot after dozens of Lake Wales residents rushed local authorities as they attempted to arrest three individuals.
The anger induced crowd took their red-blooded fervor to police headquarters, where a record number of citizen complaints about the behavior of those assigned to protect and serve were issued.
Evidence of the incident was captured via in-dash cameras mounted with patrol units and Taser-installed video captures devices.
The two suspects are still free. . .