US police mock dementia sufferer during arrest – BBC News

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    US police officers are seen mocking a 73-year-old dementia sufferer as they watch video of her shoulder going “pop” during her forcible arrest, according to footage released by her lawyer.

    Karen Garner was detained on 26 June last year after she walked out of a Walmart in the state of Colorado without paying for $13 of items.

    Her elbow was fractured and shoulder dislocated, says her attorney.

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