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La date de parution est 2023-11-03 17:18:00.
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The U.S. Department of Justice has stopped reviewing the viral recorded arrest of Le’Keian Woods, whose injuries after running from a police traffic stop sparked demonstrations by police-reform advocates.
“Based on the known information, this incident does not give rise to a prosecutable violation of the federal civil rights laws,” James Felte Jr., chief of the criminal section of Justice’s civil rights division concluded Friday in a letter to Sheriff T.K. Waters. “As a result, we are closing our review of this matter.”
DOJ told Woods’s attorney last month the agency was “monitoring” the case and would welcome any information people offered about police conduct when Woods was arrested Sept. 29 on charges including drug trafficking.
More: Report says Black suspect in viral arrest video struck 17 times by Jacksonville officers
More: Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office says use of force justified in Le’Keian Woods arrest: Officers ‘acted appropriately’
Woods was hospitalized with injuries that included swollen contusions to his face after a Sheriff’s Office gang unit carried out a traffic stop on a Southside street and he ran from the stopped truck. He was tasered as he ran and fell face-first onto pavement, then struggled as police tried to place both this hands in cuffs behind his back.
Police at the truck recovered a gun on another person but not on Woods, as well as stores of several types of drugs that lawyers for Woods said he was unaware of, being simply a passenger.
A bystander’s recording of Woods looking dazed and injured was seized on by critics of the Sheriff’s Office, but Waters said he thought officers acted properly and that video that went viral had been altered.
Woods attorney Harry Daniels requested a DOJ civil rights investigation in early October and the call was supported by voices including the Legal Defense Fund, a national organzation rooted in the NAACP.
Daniels’ office released DOJ’s letter about « monitoring » this week and expressed encouragement that the agency was taking notice.
But Felte underscored the agency’s lack of ongoing interest in Woods’s arrest by telling Waters: « Please know that the Civil Rights Division’s Special Litigation Section does not currently have an open investigation into this conduct or the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. »
This article originally appeared on Florida Times-Union: Justice Dept. done reviewing Jacksonville police arrest in viral video
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