Disturbing images seem to show how a police officer slaps an indigenous teenager's face – giving him a & # 39; bleeding lip and bruised jaw & # 39; has
- Footage shows Quinton Avery, 17, reportedly beaten by a police officer
- The TAFE student claims that he walked home when he was approached by officers
- His cousin, Daniel Roberts, recorded the alleged incident on camera at 12.30 pm
- & # 39; Hello! No need for that partner! I've recorded all of that, & Mr. 39ts shouted to the police
The moment an indigenous teenager was reportedly slapped in the face by a police officer, he was caught with a camera in the Northern Rivers area of New South Wales.
Footage shows TAFE student Quinton Avery, 17, allegedly involved in a physical fight with three officers at Center Street, Casino, at around 12:30 PM on Thursday.
His cousin, Daniel Roberts – who recorded the alleged incident – could be heard shouting: & Hey! No need for that partner! I have recorded all of that. I just saw it. You can't deny it!
Mr. Avery told me 7News he talked to his mother on the phone when a police car stopped next to him.
The teenager claimed that one of the officers shouted: & # 39; Where are you going? & # 39;
He then claims that the officers searched him before he told them: & # 39; Don't touch me, I just walk home. & # 39;
& # 39; But he slapped my face, & # 39; he claimed.
The video seemed to show that Mr. Avery hit the hand of an officer and another policeman reacted with the apparent stump.
Avery claims that after the alleged incident, he still had a bleeding lip and a bruised jaw.
Mr. Roberts could be heard shouting at police officers in the images.
& # 39; I just saw it (the moment Mr. Avery would have been beaten). I've recorded it all, & he heard it say.
& # 39; Just kick him in for no reason, because he wants to walk home. I have it all on video.
& # 39; You can't deny it, mate. You can't deny it. & # 39;
Avery claims that after the alleged incident, he still had a bleeding lip and a bruised jaw
Avery claims that he and his cousin knocked on the door of the Casino police station at about 1:00 am when one of the three officers involved in the alleged incident locked the door.
NSW Police told Daily Mail Australia that they were & # 39; aware of the vision and inquire & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Richmond Police District has begun an assessment of the incident & # 39 ;, the police said.
TAFE student Quinton Avery, 17, reportedly involved in a physical fight with three officers in Center Street (photo), Casino, on Thursday around 12.30 p.m.
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