Ohio Police Make Inocent Man Walk Home in His Pajamas

Posted on: May 20th, 2009 4 Comments
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A 62-year-old man named James Williams was arrested with no reason by the police in April in Hamilton County, Ohio. He was just outside his house getting a document that was in this pickup truck when the police came and forced him to lay down on the ground. Then he was taken to a gas station in the area where a man had stolen gasoline. Williams had to stay in the police car for at least 20 minutes waiting. He then claimed that he has been arrested by a mistake because the police obviously thought he was the man that crashed a car nearby where he lived.
When Williams got released, he had to walk all the way home in the outfit that he ha don when they arrested him; his polar bear pajamas.

He is suing the departments and the officers, who arrested him with no reason and humiliated him by making him go home in his pajamas, for $ 125 000.

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4 Responses

  1. LOL says:

    You know what. If a man ever wears anything like that, he should be stranded at a gas station.

  2. Ava says:

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  3. TAKARU says:

    Yea, here in Aberdeen, Washington after tasing my son (19yrs old)several times after my son stopped a man who stole a 12 pack of beer. They tased him (my son) in a mud puddle in front of his house, they released him from jail in downtown in his boxer shorts and no money and made him walk all the way home, he was charged with resisting arrest. He bolted for his front door when the cops started interogating HIM, instead of the guy they already had in custody and was I.D. by the store clerk. My son simply came out of his house to see what the commotion was with the guy that stole the 12 pack.

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