NYC subway cop slammed woman to the ground for unpaid fare: VIDEO
A transport police officer in the New York City subway uses excessive force literally on a daily basis.
This time, the video caught the fight between Sergeant John Zorilla of Transit Bureau 4 and a young girl who most likely got injured because she did not pay for the fare. The footage of her arrest is frightening and terrifying.
CW: Police violence— Rebecca Kavanagh (@DrRJKavanagh) July 31, 2021
Cop on NYC subway station last night slamming a young woman to the ground for allegedly not paying her $2.75 subway fare.
His name is Sergeant John Zorilla of Transit Bureau 4.
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Criminal Defense Lawyer and Legal Analyst Rebecca Kavanagh posted footage of Zorilla on her Twitter account. According to the posts, Zorilla has used a brutal attitude several times for no apparent reason in a single day.
In the next incident, Sergeant Zorilla, was furious that he was being filmed and took people outside, where he simply attacked them.
He then decided it was not enough to get them to leave the station, so he went up to the street, tackled them to the ground, maced them and arrested them. For literally no reason. pic.twitter.com/p27ekbm1v6— Rebecca Kavanagh (@DrRJKavanagh) July 31, 2021
According to official information, throughout his career, Zorilla brought only pain and suffering to his victims and colossal losses to the employer.
"NYC has paid out almost $300,000 to settle claims against Zorilla. There have been 18 allegations of misconduct or use of force made, 8 complaints and 6 lawsuits," Kavanagh wrote.
Last year he made $162,000.— Rebecca Kavanagh (@DrRJKavanagh) July 31, 2021
New York, do you need this kind of police?