Officer Aldo Brown Gets Two Years For Beating Caught On VideoChicago police officer Aldo Brown was sentenced Wednesday to two years in prison for using excessive force in a beating that was captured by a security camera at a South Side convenience store.
Chicago Police Officer To Be Sentenced For Beating Caught On TapeA Chicago police officer convicted of beating a suspect inside a South Side convenience store four years ago was set to learn his fate on Wednesday.
Jury Convicts Cop In 2012 Beating Of SuspectDuring a weeklong trial, prosecutors introduced a surveillance video showing Aldo Brown punching and kicking a clerk in a convenience store where the beating occurred.
Jury Deliberating In Excessive Force Case Against Chicago CopAldo Brown, 38, testified that he only began throwing punches at Jecque Howard in the Omar Salma shop on East 76th Street after he realized Howard had a handgun in his back pocket.
Chicago Cop Indicted For Excessive Force In 2012 ArrestA Chicago police officer has been indicted on federal charges, accused of using excessive force when he allegedly punched a man during an arrest in 2012, and kicked him while he was handcuffed and lying on the floor face-down.
Brothers Suing 2 Chicago Cops For Beating Caught On TapeTwo Chicago police officers are being investigated by the FBI and the Independent Police Review Authority, after beating two brothers at a South Shore storefront. Surveillance footage obtained by our CBS 2 Investigators is at the center of that investigation.

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