And here we go again:
The rest of the story and indeed disturbing video of an unarmed man, tasered with his hands folded on his back being assaulted by several police officers without there being an obvious justification for such violence, can be found here:The San Bernardino County, California, Sheriff's Office opened two investigations Thursday only hours after an NBC Los Angeles helicopter recorded deputies using a stun gun on a man on a stolen horse and then beating him repeatedly.
In the video, a sheriff's helicopter can be seen landing next to the man, who falls off the horse and is stunned by one of the deputies. Two deputies begin punching him in the head and kneeing him in the groin. Then, three others arrive and join in the pummeling, which lasts about two minutes.
The sheriff's office identified the man in a statement as Francis Jared Pusok, 30, of Apple Valley. It said Pusok was being treated at a hospital for undisclosed injuries.
California Sheriff Investigates 'Disturbing' Video of Suspect Being Beaten - NBC News
It is again disturbing to see and I would assume one or more of these officers need to find themselves new jobs outside of law enforcement because from what we see here does not shout "competent police officer".