Man held getting kick by N.J. cops in vicious condition

The trusting bystander who was held on video getting kicked and beaten by a organisation of New Jersey cops stays in vicious condition at the hospital, his family said.

“He’s in bad shape,” the man’s mother, Rosa Feliz, told the Daily News, adding that her son, identified as 28-year-old Miguel Feliz, had undergone medicine at St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston on Thursday. “It’s been really hard, generally what happened to my son.”

“You can only suppose how we feel,” the mom said.

Feliz, who is from West New York, was “at the wrong place at the wrong time,” his brother, Ramon Feliz, told Univision, which obtained the video showing his hermit being burnt by a automobile that crashed while trying to rush police.

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Miguel Feliz, 28, of West New York, has been identified as the trusting bystander.


He told the TV hire he immediately famous the blazing man as his hermit Miguel since of the way he had gotten out of his car.

Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop pronounced in a twitter that there will be rapist charges filed against the officers, which haven’t been identified, and is job for their firing.

The Jersey City Police Officer Benevolent Association, the kinship that represents the cops, pronounced they were only trying to extinguish the man’s abandon during the ordeal.

The video shows Miguel Feliz rolling out of a blazing automobile while engulfed by flames. A organisation of cops then approximate him and start kicking and beating him as they drag him onto the street.

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New Jersey cops can be seen on video kicking and beating an trusting bystander Sunday night.

New Jersey cops can be seen on video kicking and beating an trusting bystander Sunday night.

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Hudson County prosecutors are questioning the incident. They pronounced that after reviewing the video, they are certain Miguel wasn’t concerned in the chase.

Leo Pinkston, the 48-year-old man of Jersey City, who cops were primarily posterior in the automobile follow Sunday night, faces charges of aggravated attack and eluding in the burning collision.

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