A viral clip has sparked serious uproar across the internet after a rogue cop was spotting ruthlessly manhandling a motorist before he entered his vehicle.
In a clip shared by CitizenTVKe, the rogue officer was seen straining to reach out to the driver's side when he decided to jump in.
He was clearly seen forcing his way into the vehicle leaving the scared motorists without words, luckily the news crew was in place and the whole incident was filmed.
Lately, cops have been on the spotlight after they were found brutalizing innocent kenyans.
Barely two weeks ago several cops from Pangani police station were filmed ruthlessly executing two criminals who had already surrendered.
In the recent past many of these police officers have been dismissed with a number still in custody after some bizarre actions.
In a worrying viral case, several cops from Kianjokoma faced murder charges after they were accused of killing two innocent young men in cold blood.
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