A video, shot two days after the city of Anderson announced it had banned chokeholds by its police force, shows an officer applying a chokehold during an arrest. Much of the video is blacked out because the phone used to shoot the video was inside a pocket.
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A video, shot two days after the city of Anderson announced it had banned chokeholds by its police force, shows an officer applying a chokehold during an arrest.
A man who was put in a police chokehold plans to file a formal complaint asking for two Anderson police officers to be fired.
The investigation of the actions of two officers in a recent arrest will be conducted internally by Anderson police, Mayor Thomas Broderick Jr. said in an email Thursday to The Herald Bulletin.
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