Justice For Godfred Addai

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Godfred Addai is the victim of a brutal assault in 2013 at the hands of Const. Trevor Lindsay, in Calgary Alberta.

The incident began when constables Ben Donockley and K. Kwasnica encountered Godfred Addai-Nyamekye and two other men whose vehicle was stuck in a snow bank in Ramsay.

Donockley said Addai-Nyamekye then got into an altercation with one of his friends; he was arrested for being drunk in a public place and driven to the downtown East Village.

It was there that he was dropped off at 3:42 a.m., clad in a light shirt and track suit.

When he called 911 for help, Const. Trevor Lindsay responded and alleged Addai-Nyamekye became aggressive.

The officer said he was forced to push the man to the ground and deployed a taser to control him.

In a video recorded by a police HAWC helicopter, an officer can be seen punching and kneeing a man who’s lying on the ground. Addai-Nyamekye was later acquitted of a charge of assault and launched a $1 million lawsuit against several officers and then-police chief Rick Hanson for what he claims were physical and emotional damages sustained in encounters with police that day.

Const. Trevor Lindsay is still a member of the Calgary police force. With your help we will see that this violent offender is held accountable for his actions and officially Fired!

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