Paul to file charges on police
| February 1st 2013
High-riding Sitolia singer, Willy Paul is contemplating taking legal action against police officers who arrested and put him behind bars last week.
“I was unlawfully arrested on Saturday. I was at Lakisami grounds on my way home after a whole day’s stay with my mother who was sick. It was 9pm when I encountered the police officers who then arrested me without lawful cause,” he alleged.
“I am not seeking any public sympathy in telling my story. What shocks me is the kind of brutality I was subjected to all the way to the cells, even as I pleaded my innocence,” he added.
The singer alluded that while inside police cells, he was tortured alongside other inmates.
“We were ordered to stand in a single file as we got whipped with whips and struck with clubs,” he claimed.
Willy Paul was later released on Sunday morning without any charges. He says that he is pressing charges for the humiliation.
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