Nassau PBA responds to surveillance video allegedly showing 2 officers beating man in Westbury

Howell's attorneys say that the officer's force was

Howell's attorneys say that the officer's force was excessive, and has asked the judge to dismiss the assault charges. (Credit: News 12)

The Nassau police union is speaking out about the surveillance video that allegedly shows two officers beating a man during a traffic stop.

The video allegedly shows officers hitting and kicking 20-year-old Kyle Howell during a traffic stop in Westbury last month.

Nassau PBA President James Carver says those two officers acted appropriately. He claims Howell repeatedly ignored the officers...

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