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Tue 5 Mar, 2013
By Robert Ingham

another policeman telling the girl with the camera to stop filming "cos I said."

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Police accused of brutality at Sydney Mardi Gras

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People have been accused of using excessive force at this year's Mardi Gras in Sydney.

In a video recently uploading onto YouTube, a young man is seen being thrown to the ground and the policeman stepping on him as his head hits the floor, with another policeman telling the girl with the camera to stop filming "cos I said."

Whilst it is unclear why the man was being questioned by the police, the state MP for Sydney, Alex Greenwich, has said that there will be a full investigation. New South Wales Police have posted up on Facebook that they are carrying out the investigation and will "provide further information or updates" as and when they are available.


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