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Published on Mar 17, 2013

www.toxiccops.com - A judge has stayed impaired driving, assault to resist arrest and other charges against a Toronto cook, ruling police used excessive force and seemed "indifferent to the truth" when testifying.

Const. Christian Dobbs repeatedly struck Raymond Costain with his elbow while arresting him, which was "unnecessary, unjustified and excessive," provincial court Justice Ford Clements said Wednesday.

"This was unlawful extrajudicial punishment that will shock the public," Clements said. Costain testified he was left with a permanent scar on his forehead, a sore nose and dizziness when bending down .

The judge found two officers turned off cruiser cameras filming the scene in a clumsy cover-up attempt. One claimed he turned his off to conserve energy. Lawyer, Leora Shemesh, said the judge's courageous decision makes her proud to be a lawyer and she hopes the officers involved will be called to account. They have not been investigated.


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