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De Jesus did not want to speak to police and complaining about his treatment. Lewis Stewart of United Christian Leadership Ministry says this has been a pattern of police behavior in other cases as well.
"It's an issue of police culture," Stewart said, "and unless individual officers are held accountable and given more than a slap on the wrist, this culture will continue to persist." Stewart said he had already spoken to police officials about intervening and will now ask police chief Michael Ciminelli and Mayor Lovely Warren to take action.
They pleaded not guilty last month to a 50-count indictment.
He then became adamant that Chambers and her mom got their story wrong, and at one point nearly chased the mom into the women’s bathroom, the lawyer claims. Your daughter doesn’t know what she’s talking about,” the officer allegedly said.
“I know what cops look like,” Chambers shouted back. “The mom stood firm against the cop,” the lawyer said.
Intimidation of witnesses or victims happens when a person, with the intent to or with the knowledge that his/her conduct will obstruct, impede, impair, prevent or interfere with the administration of criminal justice, intimidates or attempts to intimidate any witness or victim to: (1) Refrain from informing or reporting to any law enforcement officer, prosecuting official or judge concerning any information, document or thing relating to the commission of a crime.
(2) Give any false or misleading information or testimony relating to the commission of any crime to any law enforcement officer, prosecuting official or judge.