“The defendant’s name-tag and badge were not visible on his police uniform,” she said.
“I can only conclude that this was a deliberate act on the defendant’s part to make it more difficult for members of the public to identify him.” Outside of the courtroom, Nobody said he was grateful to Botham for “seeing the truth” and giving the officer jail time.
Andalib-Goortani was found guilty in September of striking Adam Nobody multiple times with a baton during a protest at Queen’s Park on June 26, 2010.
Botham rejected the officer’s testimony that Nobody was resisting arrest and noted that a video which showed Andalib-Goortani “injected” himself in Nobody’s arrest was the key to the prosecution’s case.
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A Toronto Police officer who assaulted a G20 protester with a weapon was sentenced to 45 days in jail Monday. Babak Andalib-Goortani lowered his head as it became clear Justice Louise Botham would not opt for the absolute discharge his lawyer Harry Black had passionately advocated for during the morning hearing. “Police officers also need to understand that any use of force on citizens will be scrutinized,” Botham said.
“When they act criminally in using that force, meaningful sanctions will be imposed.
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