Two On-Duty Police Officers Abduct Woman from Street, Then Cuff and Sexually-Assault Her, Before Tossing Her Out of Their Moving Squad Car Onto the Road, Still Bound

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

LAPD victim, Kim Nguyen, sustained severe injuries to face and brain when she was thrown out of a moving police car after being sexually assaulted by one of her arresting officers

Girl Dumped on Street from Moving Squad Car after Cop Sexually Assaults Her: Lawsuit:
http://filmingcops.com/girl-dumped-on-street-from-moving-squad-car-after-cop-sexually-assaults-her-lawsuit/

A graphic video has surfaced showing a woman lying in blood on the pavement with her skirt lifted up after she was ejected from a moving police car.

The woman reports that an officer sexually assaulted her inside of the vehicle while she was handcuffed.

It began when Kim Nguyen, 27, was out with her friends having drinks.

She says that as they were waiting for a taxi to get home, LAPD officers rolled up and began asking questions.

Shortly thereafter, they arrested Kim for being “intoxicated” — despite the fact that she was about to get into a taxi to go home.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: Abducted from the sidewalk, and forced into a vehicle by a pair costumed predators, bound, sexually assaulted, then dumped onto the street from a moving patrol car while still cuffed…

Afterwards, these same two cops then attempt to cover up their crimes with lies, and even the completely uninvolved paramedics strangely manage to corroborate their story with eyewitness accounts, too boot! Yet, surveillance footage taken from an adjacent building… that doesn’t lie!

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