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Alafe was arrested in Mississauga on the afternoon of July 3, 2015, on an outstanding warrant, and transported by OPP officers to the Brantford police station. His urine-soaked pants and underwear had been removed.Alafe was given medication for his sickle cell anemia and put in a holding cell at p.m., the videos show.“I just didn’t feel that he was going to be compliant with my requests,” Venn testified in response to a question about why he did not return the blanket, mattress or jumpsuit when Alafe was behaving.
“Frankly, looking at it on an overall basis, Officer Venn was bullying someone in his control because he could,” Lenz said.
“This looks more like punishment than an attempt to elicit good behaviour.”Without the cell videos, Lenz said, he would probably have simply believed the officer’s testimony.
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on July 3, 2015, after being arrested, he told the booking officer he had mental health issues — depression and anxiety — as well as sickle cell anemia, a disease that leaves him in excruciating pain without his medications. Lenz described Alafe’s treatment as “egregious” and “clearly degrading to human dignity.”“There was in this case nothing the defendant could do to stop his mistreatment even when he did behave as requested for extensive periods of time,” the judge said.
especially in Canada.”When Philip Alafe entered the Brantford police station at p.m. Lenz’s scathing ruling, issued in April, condemned the behaviour of Venn, whom the judge found repeatedly violated police policies on the treatment of people in custody and people with mental health concerns.
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“That it’s a difficult job is no excuse for the type of behaviour that took place that night,” Lenz said.
“The defendant said he felt he was treated like an animal, and he was, and that he no longer trusts the police, a perception I’m beginning to share.”Brantford chief of police Geoffrey Nelson has ordered an investigation into potential professional misconduct.
He also criticized Venn for deciding Alafe did not need medical attention without making any inquiries, or even Googling “sickle cell anemia.”Venn told the court he thought “Mr.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating