Tuscaloosa Police Hiding Information on Tony Brown Arrest?


Eyewitness accounts of the recent arrest of Alabama's new freshman cornerback, Tony Brown, are indicating a completely different picture of the event than portrayed by Tuscaloosa Police.

According to interviews of multiple witnesses by reporter Michael Cassegrande of AL.com, accounts of Brown's arrest was completely different than the police's story.

Reportedly, Brown was taunted and sprayed by overly aggressive police officers. However, here is the real problem. Contrary to Alabama law and despite past court rulings, the Tuscaloosa Police are not releasing the police report on this "crime."

The facts of the case are not being released, even if Alabama's Attorney General, Luther Strange, says so..

He is on record as saying, "Police reports and arrest records except for confidential information or information that is part of an on-going investigation would be public record."

So why does the Tuscaloosa PD choose to not release the report as public record? I have no idea..

Is it because they have something to hide? Looks very suspicious to me..

I, and I am sure many other Bama fans, would like to know if the police officers were white. Would be very interesting to find out..

PS. I have utmost respect for the police, but this looks really bad on our state and can be even construed as racist without all the information being released public.

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