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Police officers pulled off street after YouTube video surfaces
BRIDGEPORT (WABC) -- Three police officers in Bridgeport, Connecticut have been pulled off the street after a video surfaced that appears to show them attacking a man who was already subdued.
The Police Chief ordered an investigation into the video which was posted on YouTube on January 6th.
The video shows officers tasing a suspect, then kicking him during an arrest in 2011.
Police brass placed the officers on administrative leave.
It is not clear who posted and recorded the video.
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