Breaking: Black Brooklyn Man Pleads for Help as Officers Beat, Harass Him Causing Seizure


A New York City train rider recorded a Black man being badly brutalized by cops Friday morning at Halsey St. station in Bushwick. The man had seizures and fainted.

The man and officers have yet to be identified. However, the man who recorded the unfortunate incident is Marcus Mufasa Valentin. The disturbing video was posted on the Facebook page of community activist and outspoken critic of New York Police Luis Ageless Estrella.

In the video, viewers can hear the young man plead for help.

Officers are trying to get him on the ground. However, they are violently punching and kneeing the young man in the stomach. After a few minutes of struggling, the man begins to go into a seizure.


The New York Daily News reports that the man being beaten in the video is 20-year-old Maurice Marrow.

According the Daily News report, the man was caught farebeating. Officers engaged Marrow because he has outstanding warrants as well.

MTA fares are estimated at six dollars for round trip ticket.

After the struggle with police, the 20-year-old was treated and released from Wyckoff Heights Medical Center according to authorities.

Since being released, Marrow was charged with assault, resisting arrest, obstructing government administration and disorderly conduct.

The police state that Marrow is a suspect in multiple petty neighborhood robberies as well.

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