Listen to "Reality Check with Ben Swann" on Spreaker.

Officer Attacks, Arrests Man For Recording Him “Inappropriately Touching” Female Friend

Must Read

Former Conan O’Brien Creative Director Joins Isegoria

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sam Eaton Chief Marketing Officer, Isegoria sam@isegoria.com Isegoria, an independently funded blockchain-based news, media, entertainment and educational platform founded...

One on One Interview: Libertarian Presidential Candidate Adam Kokesh

In this episode of Truth In Media with Ben Swann, Libertarian Presidential candidate Adam Kokesh breaks down his campaign and explains his policies in detail.

ABC News Buried Epstein Story?

In this episode of Truth In Media with Ben Swann, we’re taking a look at new footage from Project Veritas revealing that ABC News refused to air an explosive story detailing Epstein’s alleged crimes years ago, and a hot mic captures exactly why ABC did so.
Ben Swannhttp://truthinmedia.com/author/benswann/
Ben Swann is an investigative journalist working tirelessly to dissolve the left/right paradigm prevalent in most mainstream media narratives. As a news reporter and anchor in the earlier days of his career, he has gained a wealth of experience while earning two Emmy Awards and two Edward R. Murrow awards.

Washington D.C.-     In New York, a video has emerged showing police officers attacking a man and arresting him simply because he attempted to record an officer who was touching his friend inappropriately.


The video was captured on three different surveillance cameras outside a convenience store.  Jason Disisto is standing with his friends when a female friend is approached by a police officer.  The officer Johnathan Munoz grabs hold of the woman’s wrist and starts to touch her inside her sweater.  Disisto takes a friends cell phone and tells the officers that he going to record what is happening because he doesn’t like what he is seeing.


That is when the officers attack Disisto, wrestling the phone away from him and taking him into custody.  Officer Munoz claims that Disisto had lunged at the officers and attempted to punch them with a closed fist.  The release of these three separate surveillance videos proves that Disisto did not attempt to strike the officers and all charges against him have been dropped.
Before driving away, the officer throws the cell phone out of the vehicle, breaking it on the pavement.
Tuesday, a civil rights law firm filed a lawsuit on behalf of Disisto against Officer Munoz.

- Newsletter -

- Advertisement -

Featrued Sponsors

Unstoppable Domains

Uncensorable blockchain domains. Every domain purchase supports Ben Swann and Truth in Media

Holland Center

Holland Center is a day treatment program and medical clinic for children with autism.

Pure VPN

Military grade privacy on all devices.
- Advertisement -

Latest News

Former Conan O’Brien Creative Director Joins Isegoria

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sam Eaton Chief Marketing Officer, Isegoria sam@isegoria.com Isegoria, an independently funded blockchain-based news, media, entertainment and educational platform founded...
video

One on One Interview: Libertarian Presidential Candidate Adam Kokesh

In this episode of Truth In Media with Ben Swann, Libertarian Presidential candidate Adam Kokesh breaks down his campaign and explains his policies in detail.
video

ABC News Buried Epstein Story?

In this episode of Truth In Media with Ben Swann, we’re taking a look at new footage from Project Veritas revealing that ABC News refused to air an explosive story detailing Epstein’s alleged crimes years ago, and a hot mic captures exactly why ABC did so.

Unstoppable Domains

Uncensorable blockchain domains. Every domain purchase supports Ben Swann and Truth in Media
video

The Government’s War on Wikileaks, Assange, Manning and Hammond

In episode 7 of Truth In Media with Ben Swann, we explain the secret grand jury targeting Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning, and Jeremy Hammond, and discuss the government's lasting damage on the lives of whistleblowers in an interview with John Kiriakou.
- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This