New Video Surfaces Showing New Jersey Cops Siccing Dog

A third video has surfaced from New Jersey showing a Vineland cop straddling a non-resisting man while punching him repeatedly, ordering a police dog to join in the attack, which resulted in the man’s death last week.

“Get him! get him,” the cop orders the dog, who then begins mauling Philip White.

After several seconds, the cop then tries to pull the dog off the White, but the dog continues his attack.

White, who is on his back, has his arms in the air as the dog continues to chomp on him.

“Roll over, put your hands behind your back, do it now!” the cop orders as the dog refuses to let go of him.

When they finally pull the dog off him, the New Jersey cops continue yelling at him to roll over, even though he appeared to already have been on his stomach when the video starts, only to roll over on his back to defend himself from the dog.

At no point in this video as well as in the previous two videos that emerged last week does it show White trying to take the cop’s gun, but that is the excuse they used to kill him, which is not surprising considering it has worked for so many cops in the past.

The other videos show a cop trying to confiscate phones from witnesses as “evidence,” but it’s still not clear as to how that situation was resolved because police and prosecutors have been very tightlipped about this incident, but the videos did survive.

Police said they had initially responded to a call for a disorderly man. Witnesses say when police arrived, White tried to strike them with a roundhouse kick but missed.

That was when they pounced on him.

A third video has surfaced from New Jersey showing a Vineland cop straddling a non-resisting man while punching him repeatedly, ordering a police dog to join in the attack, which resulted in the man’s death last week.

“Get him! get him,” the cop orders the dog, who then begins mauling Philip White.

After several seconds, the cop then tries to pull the dog off the White, but the dog continues his attack.

White, who is on his back, has his arms in the air as the dog continues to chomp on him.

“Roll over, put your hands behind your back, do it now!” the cop orders as the dog refuses to let go of him.

When they finally pull the dog off him, the New Jersey cops continue yelling at him to roll over, even though he appeared to already have been on his stomach when the video starts, only to roll over on his back to defend himself from the dog.

At no point in this video as well as in the previous two videos that emerged last week does it show White trying to take the cop’s gun, but that is the excuse they used to kill him, which is not surprising considering it has worked for so many cops in the past.

The other videos show a cop trying to confiscate phones from witnesses as “evidence,” but it’s still not clear as to how that situation was resolved because police and prosecutors have been very tightlipped about this incident, but the videos did survive.

Police said they had initially responded to a call for a disorderly man. Witnesses say when police arrived, White tried to strike them with a roundhouse kick but missed.

That was when they pounced on him.

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Editor-in-Chief Carlos Miller spent a decade covering the cop beat for various newspapers in the Southwest before returning to his hometown Miami and launching Photography is Not a Crime aka PINAC News in 2007. He also published a book, The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which is available on Amazon.

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