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Breaking the Blue Wall: Taisyn Crutchfield’s Battle for Justice in a Corrupt System


Beyond the Badge: Taisyn Crutchfield’s Struggle Against Discrimination and Harassment

Taisyn Crutchfield has retained @attorneycrump and Bradley Gage for discrimination, harassment, and retaliation for deescalating and being a whistleblower.

This is what happens when you try to be a good cop…
@alwaysforthepeople will continue to advocate for @taisyntainea and those willing to do what’s right despite being in a system designed to allow so much wrong.

When people ask, “Are there any good cops?” Taisyn Crutchfield, a young black female officer, was put on administrative leave after she intervened and tried to deescalate an altercation between @pasadenapd officer Ralph Palacios (former LASD deputy) and grieving widow Barsha Knox.

At that point, Knox and both of her sons were in handcuffs after excessive force was used on her oldest son, where he was practically thrown onto a flower planter. As Officer Crutchfield kept Officer Palacios away from Barsha Knox, he yelled and pushed her saying something that sounded like, “Don’t fucking touch me!” Crutchfield was put on Administrative Leave in April because of the situation, just before her probationary period ended in May.

Barsha Knox and her family are suing the City of Pasadena and four of its police officers, including Officer Palacios, and in the lawsuit, it claims the defendants (Pasadena police officers being sued) conspired to have Officer Taisyn Crutchfield fired and were engaging in witness-tampering by subjecting Officer Crutchfield to an internal affair’s investigation which keeps her from speaking about the use of excessive force.

Check the video above to see @pasadenapd while in uniform… is that tequila or vodka or..?

This is the same department that has @taisyntainea facing termination for deescalating an officer from being unnecessarily physically aggressive. These officers have been all been back on duty.

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