Students Versus MPD At LeFlore High School

Students Versus MPD At LeFlore High School

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Mobile police say at least one young man and young woman were taken into custody today.  They say it started with several large fights among students.  The video shows one student being forced to the ground.  Later that student slaps a police officer.  Another student is being carried away by officers.

The videos show at least three students being restrained on the ground by Mobile Police.  These were three clips posted online we found equaling about 75 seconds of video. We don't know the order of events in these clips.  Police say three officers had minor injuries and were taken to Springhill Memorial hospital for evaluation.  No info on if any students were hurt.  You can watch the original videos, until the account holder removes them, herehere—and here.  Caution, some of the language in the videos is NSFW. 

11/06/13 Update 2:15 PM

Mobile Police are investigating whether or not the actions by MPD officers at LeFlore High School were appropriate.  A police spokesman says, so far, it appears no policies were violated.  He says it is standard procedure to conduct an investigation whenever a police officer uses force. 

 
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