District Court said his civil rights were violated and he suffered physical injury and emotional distress stemming from what occurred on Feb. But police pulled up behind him and officers exited the car with an assault rifle and pistols, the suit alleges, and they aimed their weapons at Montoya-Carranza, who has never been arrested in his life. Montoya-Carranza followed orders to get out of the car and put his hands in the air, the suit states. He dropped to his knees. And he started recording on his cell phone to capture what was occurring to him. Video captured Officer M.
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Montoya was known for helping others and advocating for social justice through his music and his guitar, and he always showed up to perform even if there was no pay in exchange. He marched alongside Cesar Chavez and other activists, always wearing the United Farm Workers emblem. He played music for farm workers and thanked them for their labor. When he wasn't marching, he was on stage performing at El Teatro Campesino often playing the role of Juan Diego, the Mexican peasant who witnessed the apparition of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Watch tonight at 6 on nbcbayarea and Telemundo48 pic. Restoring trust in U.
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A Contra Costa County teenager was pulled over and choked by a San Pablo police officer earlier this year after being mistaken for a suspect in a shooting case, a lawsuit alleges. Lawyers for Luis Montoya-Carranza, 19, accused police of using excessive force and violating his civil rights during the Feb. When Montoya-Carranza pulled over to let the vehicles pass, police pulled up behind him, got out of their cars and drew their weapons, according to the lawsuit, which was filed last month. Montoya-Carranza took out his cell phone and started recording. The video, reviewed by The Chronicle, showed Montoya-Carranza on the ground as a police officer approaches him from behind.
Sara Montoya made the video from her hospital bed, where she was "fighting for my breath". On July 1, Montoya was admitted to the hospital and found out she had tested positive for the virus. I did the best that I thought I could. It is not worth it. Put your masks on.