Friday, July 2, 2021

Calgary cop Alexander Dunn guilty - update II

Calgary cop Alexander Dunn, the lying cop, was found guilty of assault causing bodily harm. He received 15 days of house arrest and 15 more with a curfew. The crown sought a nine-month jail sentence. Dunn's lawyer argued for a six month 'community sentence' with house arrest. In her victim impact statement, Dalia Kafi said she suffered effects from the brutal attack. She recently died of a drug overdose. Dunn never showed any remorse.
The Crown says Alexander Dunn’s version of his contact with Dalia Kafi defies explanation. Dunn’s evidence contradicts video which shows him throwing the handcuffed woman to the floor. She required surgery.
Dunn in blackface around 2012.

Alexander Dunn
The cop's version defies physics. Dunn is charged with assault causing bodily harm, which left the woman with a broken nose. The cop's lawyer said his client was justified in using force to take her to the floor when he believed she had freed herself from her restraint, posing a danger. “It was an unfortunate and terrible mistake of fact” More likely the cop lost his temper and then lied, even with video evidence.