Help identify unidentified Lancashire police officer who assaulted an injured man
An unidentified Lancashire police officer threw clothes on the head of a man who was having a suspected heart attack, simply because the man was unable to get dressed.
Lancashire police have refused to identify the officer who has, never answered for his conduct due to a willful act to hide his identity by Lancashire Constabulary.
This is the video of the incident — note- there is no sound.
It is alleged that Lancashire police have intentionally hindered this alleged offence and it is unlikely they cannot identify this officer, in fact, we would say it is a bare-faced lie intending to Pervert the Course of Justice.
After Sgt Stephen Eckersley and his colleagues unlawfully stripped Mr Ponting Naked, Mr Ponting began to suffer severe chest pains and a 999 emergency call was made.
Before the paramedics arrived, a police constable (in the picture) approached Mr Ponting at tried to pressure him to put on his clothes, the same clothes that Sgt Eckersley had forcefully removed shortly before.
The unidentified officer told Mr Ponting that he wouldn’t want the paramedics to see him naked and when Mr Ponting was unable to dress due to his condition, the officer dumped the clothes on Mr Ponting’s head.
On arrival, the paramedics were shocked to find Mr Ponting naked, beaten and on a dirty cold floor.
They took Mr Ponting to the hospital where he was initially diagnosed as having a heart attack, later, it transpired to be an increase in troponin caused by the police assault.
Since this incident, Mr Ponting has been unsuccessful in seeking justice.
Lancashire police have gone so far as saying they are unable to establish the identity of the police officer, therefore he cannot be held to account.
Odd, there was another cop watching the whole thing and ‘no one seems to know anything’. The cop standing watching is complicit in the assault. You can see him stepping back to the doorway to ‘keep watch’ (you can see his feet in the above video).
If anyone can identify the police officer, please contact us and we will relay this information to Mr Ponting so he can further his complaint.