The Ethiopian Israeli who was assaulted by two officers who thought being policemen gave them free license to do whatever they wanted has filed a lawsuit
The event that sparked the recent wave of protests in Israel's Ethiopian immigrant community has reached the courts: Damas Pakada, the soldier whose beating by police officers was caught on camera, has filed a lawsuit against the Israel Police and is demanding NIS 390,000 ($101,000) in compensation.
The defendants named in the suit are police officer Yan Subichky and a police volunteer.
In the introduction to the suit, filed in the Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court by attorney Eyal Abulafia on behalf of Pakada, Abulafia called the appalling incident "an indictment" against the organizational, racist and violent culture of the police. According to Abulafia, the beating serves as a glimpse into what takes place when the police constantly behave violently toward civilians.
I say the two filthy excuses for humans who committed the crime while wearing uniforms should be bankrupted and locked away.
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