Sep 11, 2015
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.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/JjsYa
On Wednesday, former tennis player James Blake was injured when an undercover police officer slammed him to the ground outside a Manhattan hotel in a case of mistaken identity, the New York Daily News reports. "In my mind there's probably a race factor involved, but no matter what there's no reason...
The New York City Police Department on Friday released a security camera video showing ex-tennis star James Blake being tackled, thrown to the ground and handcuffed by an undercover officer in a now infamous case of mistaken identity.
NEW YORK (AP) — Internal affairs detectives are investigating claims by former tennis professional James Blake that he was thrown to the ground and then handcuffed while mistakenly being arrested Wednesday at a Manhattan hotel, police said. Blake, 35, who is biracial, told the Daily News of New...
Newly released security footage shows New York City Police Department (NYPD) officer James Frascatore tackling retired tennis star James Blake.
Former US tennis pro seen standing outside Manhattan hotel before he is rushed by a plainclothes police officer and handcuffed in case of mistaken identity
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