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A black Ontario teenager who saw charges against him dropped after video emerged of his encounter with officers says police should be required to wear body cameras.Jake Anderson was 17 when he was arrested and charged with public intoxication, assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest in Chatham on July 25, 2015.
Still, both officers were "disciplined" for "neglect of duty" for failing to accurately report the incident.the situation has a different light shed upon it." Several police witnesses say the video does not capture Anderson's assault on Deforest when he was trying to arrest him.In the end, the internal police investigation cleared the officers of the most serious allegations.On the way to Medway Hospital, he said: “I’m going to die.” He was admitted to A&E where doctors were struggling to keep him alive.Ibrahiem Rahim, 19, Mohammed Rahim, 22, both of Cobden Road, Stephens, 19, of Herman Terrace, Basciuk, 20, of Albany Road, had all denied attempted murder and an alternative charge of causing grievous bodily harm with intent.
"We are seeking damages for the pain and the suffering and the emotional and psychological distress experienced by Jake and his family as a result of the officers' inappropriate use of force and negligent statements made over the course of the prosecution," Sandor told .