Caught on Video: Officers Beat Man In Diabetic Shock

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HENDERSON, Nev. (CNN) — A Nevada lawman is reportedly the focus of a grand jury investigation because of this controversial 2010 dashcam video.

The camera was rolling as Henderson police Sergeant Brett Seekatz repeatedly kicked a driver in the head.

Officers later realized Adam Greene was experiencing diabetic shock.

Greene settled with the city for 300-thousand -dollars.

Seekatz was disciplined but still works for the department.

Because grand jury investigations are secret it’s not clear what, if any, federal charges the officer will face.

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  • Guest

    The training time to become a police officer is not nearly enough. More time should be given for them to learn medical health emergencies. Diabetics when suffering from blood sugar level problems can appear as though drunk or on some drug. Better training could have prevented this.

  • Ashley

    Those cops who did that to that man should be put in jail how dare they do that Even if the man was doing somthing wrong. You police officers should be ashamed of yourselfs. I hope justice is served for that poor man.

  • coldt7

    Well at least it was a white man they beat,only time sympathiser come out is when a white person is the on the other end of a police beating.