UCLA Investigates Excessive Force Claims by Judge

UCLA is conducting an internal investigation into allegations by an African American judge that excessive force was used by campus police officers when they stopped him on suspicion of not wearing a seat belt, the Los Angeles Times reports.

UCLA officials say David S. Cunningham III, a former Los Angeles Police Commission president, ignored officers’ orders to stay in his car.

Cunningham has filed a complaint against the officers, saying they shoved him against his car, handcuffed him and locked him in the back seat of their police cruiser.

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