Campus Police Kill Unarmed Graduate Student With ‘Superhuman Strength’

Source: Marquise Francis /  theGrio

Saturday evening it took seven minutes and three Cal State San Bernardino police officers before their struggle with 38-year-old graduate student Bartholomew Williams was over, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Williams was shot and killed by the San Bernadino police after officers responded to a complaint of disturbance.

During the struggle with police, Williams grabbed an officer’s baton after he showed no effect from the officers’ hits to his body and used the officers’ pepper spray against them, said a spokesman for the San Bernadino Police Department.

Williams exhibited ”super-human-type strength” during this whole ordeal, according to police.

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