Clean Chit to Racist American Cop Eric Parker

An American police officer, who brutally assaulted an Indian grandfather and left him partially paralysed, is no longer facing state criminal charges in Alabama, a case that had sparked outrage among the Indian community in the US, forcing the Governor to apologise. Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange said the state no longer wishes to pursue a criminal case against Madison police officer Eric Parker in Limestone County Circuit Court. “After a careful review of the witness testimony included in 2,000 pages of federal trial transcripts and a re-evaluation of the evidence, we are seeking to dismiss State charges against Parker,” Strange said in a release on Friday (May 13). Parker, 27, is accused of assaulting 58-year-old Indian grandfather who was taking a stroll around his son’s home when he was brutally assaulted by him in February last year. He was fired six days later and police arrested him for misdemeanor assault. Parker was cleared of federal civil rights charges in January, after two mistrials.

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