Harry Horsley Wiki – Harry Horsley Biography
This is the shocking moment an off-duty police officer viciously attacks his 72-year-old neighbor after he accidentally hit the officer’s paddle board with his car. Victim Harry Horsley was assaulted by his 36-year-old neighbor Scott Saunders, an 18-year veteran of the Hull Police Department in Massachusetts, on Monday, July 24. Horsley said he was left bloody and bruised from the altercation, which another neighbor of his managed to capture on video. In the cell phone video, Horsley is seen on the ground with the police sergeant on top of him pinning him down.
Horsley told Boston 25 News the assault started when he was driving it and Saunders hit his car with a paddle board he was carrying. The shocking video shows Horsley clearly struggling and trying to get off Saunders by kicking his legs. When Saunders finally gets off Horsley, the older man is red in the face as he walks away from the police officer.
Harry Horsley Age
The age of Harry Horsley is 72 year.
The 72-year-old told the outlet that he got out of his car and asked him: ‘Why did you hit my car? That’s all I said. Horsley said the next thing he knew Saunders pushed him to the ground and hit him. He continued: ‘he knocked me to the ground like a bull. He landed on top of me, I’m on my back.
‘He hit, I’m like this trying to protect myself from getting hit worse. ‘Here I am, 72 years old. You shouldn’t be getting punched by anyone, let alone a police sergeant. Pembroke police have since charged Saunders with assault and battery after the attack, which resulted in Horsley reporting to a local hospital.
A police report said Horsley suffered a cut on the left side of his face, blood from his nose, swelling and bruising around one eye and other injuries. Horsley continued: ‘I should have known that everything he did was wrong. You don’t attack someone who is older. You just don’t, he’s unheard of.
Since the charge against him, Saunders was placed on paid administrative leave and had his badge and service weapon removed. The Hull Police Department launched an internal affairs investigation and notified the Massachusetts Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission.Read More……..