[VIDEO] JMPD restraining a woman who failed breathalyzer test goes viral
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JMPD restraining a woman who failed breathalyzer test goes viral
After a woman failed a breathalyzer test, a video has gone viral showing JMPD officers restraining her in order to get a blood sample.
Does the law allow for this to happen?
WATCH: JMPD Officers restraining a woman after she failed a breathalyzer test. Does the law allow an officer to physically restrain a person who refuses to provide a blood sample? @MichaelSun168 @AsktheChiefJMPD @CoJPublicSafety pic.twitter.com/M1rj8X0Ymr— Yusuf Abramjee (@Abramjee) July 8, 2019
With the video doing the rounds on social media, City of Joburg public safety MMC Michael Sun says he has called for an investigation.
We are deeply disturbed at this incident and have commenced immediate internal investigations.— Michael Sun (@MichaelSun168) July 8, 2019
Thanks to those concerned residents for bringing this to our attention. pic.twitter.com/wLKwVBocQw
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