Video from the Oct. 6 incident shows hit-and-run suspect Leo Etherly refusing to give his name to Seattle Police Officer Eric Faust.
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When Etherly resists being handcuffed, Faust places his hands on the suspect’s throat and then pins him to the hood of the police cruiser as two other officers hold his arms. At one point, Etherly seems to spit in the direction of the officer and Faust responds by pounding his fist into the side of the man’s face.
Police claimed that the video proved that the officer only reacted after the suspect spat, which they initially classified as a misdemeanor assault, according to Seattlepi.com.
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