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Martin Gugino is a New York Black Lives Matter protester who allegedly suffered a skull fracture after being pushed to the ground by two Buffalo police officers during a Black Lives Matter protest last year. He now he is the police, the city and the mayor.
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Martin Gugino is 75 years old.
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Gugino’s attorneys filed the lawsuit in federal court on Monday, alleging that the man’s constitutional rights to freedom of expression, peaceful assembly and due process, among others, were violated during the incident that took place outside Buffalo City Hall on Monday. June 4th.
The complaint names the City of Buffalo, Mayor Byron Brown, Police Commissioner Byron Lockwood, Deputy Police Commissioner Joseph Gramaglia and Police Officers Robert McCabe, Aaron Torgalski and John Losi as defendants.
Gugino’s lawsuit accuses officers of pressuring him without warning as they applied what they described as an unconstitutional curfew at 8 p.m. that had been imposed by the mayor, and the other defendants of trying to cover it up, Buffalo News reported. .
In the complaint, Gugino also argues that his rights to petition the government for redress, motion, unreasonable seizures, and freedom from the illegal use of force by government agents were violated.
The lawsuit seeks a jury trial and monetary damages in an amount sufficient to punish them and deter others from similar conduct, “NBC News reported.
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A viral video captured the moment when McCabe and Torgalski pushed Gugino to the ground and left him lying on the sidewalk with blood draining from his right ear.
The lawsuit alleges that the third officer named as a defendant in the complaint, Losi, was the one who instructed McCabe and Torgalski to push him, while the rest of the police team shouted in chorus: “Push it, push it.
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Gugino suffered a skull fracture and spent four weeks in the hospital recovering from his injury.
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Buffalo police initially said in a statement that one person was injured when he tripped and fell, ‘but after a protest, Captain Jeff Rinaldo announced that an internal affairs investigation has been opened, and Mayor Brown went on television to ensure to the public that it was not his intention to fool anyone.
Rogalski and McCabe are still suspended, pending an internal investigation, WIVB reported, although they are now back on the payroll.
“Look, I’m up, I have a cane, no problem. I’m fine,” he said. “The city is not good,” Gugino said on Twitter.
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