Sep 12, 2015
Security footage released by the New York City Police Department on Friday shows a plainclothes cop slamming former tennis star James Blake to the ground as he casually stands outside his hotel. BlakeProceed to the page: http://linkis.com/SWNTc
The New York Police Department released video Friday showing the moment an unsuspecting James Blake, 35, was grabbed outside a hotel and thrown to the ground by an undercover officer. The former tennis star could be seen in the footage casually waiting for a car when the officer...
The New York Police Department Friday released video showing a cop detaining former tennis star James Blake, who was mistaken for a suspect in a identity theft case, USA Today reported.
Newly released security footage shows New York City Police Department (NYPD) officer James Frascatore tackling retired tennis star James Blake.
The NYPD has released video of officer James Frascatore taking down former pro tennis player James Blake outside of a Manhattan hotel on Wednesday. It shows Blake leaning against the hotel when Frascatore throws him to the ground. Blake didn’t appear to flee or even move as Frascatore approached...
Security footage has been released showing former tennis star James Blake being thrown to the ground by a police officer after he was wrongfully identified as a fraud suspect.
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