The video has been seen almost 200,000 times since it was posted yesterday. Titled Honest Cops, the eight-minute-long video shows Hamilton Constables Mark Morelli and Chantelle Wilson subduing and arresting a screaming, non-compliant woman on Sunday morning. At one point, … Continue reading →
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