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Enough with police abuse fire this cop "fire this pig"

Crowds of people have gathered to protest against an off-duty officer who was caught on camera almost shooting a 13-year-old who he was scuffling with outside his home. Protesters were seen in videos posted on social media shouting, 'whose streets, our streets,' 'don't shoot our kids,' 'shame on you,' and 'no justice, no peace, f*** the police.' One picture was posted on social media showing the words, 'f*** pigs,' spray-painted across a garage door it was claimed belonged to the officer. However, the house is not that of the cop in question. Some people are asking "fire this pig" on social media.
Aerial footage from the scene from KTLA showed the crowd of people, as well as a swarm of police cruisers in the area. It came after the video, which was was filmed on Tuesday afternoon in Anaheim, California, near Loara High School about 2.40pm, emerged earlier on Wednesday. Late on Wednesday night, the boy's father, Johnny Dorscht, spoke out about the incident. He also identified his son, the 13-year-old boy in the video who was restrained and almost shot by the off-duty LAPD cop, as Christian Dorscht.'I'm pretty p***ed off about what happened,' he told the Orange County Weekly. 'You could talk to anybody, my son has very good manners. He does good in school and isn't disrespectful or anything like that. 'We're going to find legal representation and be suing. This is B.S. Even the cops, when they got there, they had all the kids down. They didn't even go after the guy.' Johnny Dorscht also shared pictures with DailyMail.com showing the bruises his son suffered. They showed he had a mark above his eyebrow, as well as a series of small bruises along his shoulder and neck. Christian's mom, Alma Jimenez, also stepped forward on Wednesday night - having earlier refused to identify herself or her son.

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