Editorial: Chris Brown Arrest Lands Cop In Hot Water With Internal Affairs
The fallout behind Chris Brown's arrest in Washington D.C. is getting serious. After getting conflicting reports from police officers and a secret service agent, Washington D.C.'s Internal Affairs Bureau is opening an investigation of Brown's arrest.
If you recall, Breezy was arrested in Washington D.C. back in October for allegedly punching a fan in the face. However, Brown always maintained he never struck anyone. A secret service agent offered an eyewitness account that backed up Chris Brown's claims. Because of the secret service agent's support of Brown's story, an investigation has been opened on the officer that's being accused of lying.
The Urban Daily reports that the investigation was opened because the differentiating details of the story will be key parts to the prosecution's case against Brown. The whole car hinges on a conversation the arresting officer allegedly had with one of Brown. Chris Brown's acquaintance reported that he and the arresting officer had. During this conversation, Breezy's friend alleged the police officer told him that the victim said Breezy never touched him. when the officer was interviewed by his superiors, he denied ever having spoken to the victim. Things got crazy when the uniformed secret service agent confirmed Brown's friend's story.
It may be grand opening, grand closing for this police officer's career if he's found out to have falsified this police report.