Brown said he was on the ground for 10 minutes after police used a Taser to subdue him.
Hasenberg says Walker believes body cameras "are good for both the public and law enforcement" because they "provide documentation so a thorough investigation can be completed and individuals held accountable".
The Milwaukee Police Department issued an apology on Wednesday and released body cam video showing a January 26 2 a.m. incident during a parking violation enforcement stop in which some of the department's officers swarmed and tased apparently cooperative 6-foot-6 National Basketball Association guard Sterling Brown of the Milwaukee Bucks.
The Republican Kleefisch was asked about the video Thursday during an interview on C-SPAN.
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The Milwaukee Police Association, the union representing the officers in question, deflected blame for the incident in a statement seen below and suggested that city leaders were to blame for the behavior, claiming that officers are understaffed and at risk, despite the fact that in the incident several officers were responding to what was a parking violation. Brown was never charged.
Kleefisch says she's waiting to see a transcription of the audio which was hard to hear on the video released Wednesday. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported the first officer to confront Brown was suspended for two days. Brown played in a game later that day with bruises on his face, but would say only that it was a "personal issue" when asked by reporters how he had been injured. "Black men shouldn't have to have their guard up and instantly be on the defensive when seeing a police officer, but it is our reality and a real problem", Brown said in the statement. They were among the officers who later arrived at the scene. The officers' names have not been released.
Milwaukee police have released video of officers tasering National Basketball Association rookie Sterling Brown and confirmed that the officers involved have been disciplined. This resulted in a swarm of officers tackling Brown as another deployed a taser on him.
The Milwaukee police department also released a statement on Wednesday. Wednesday night the Milwaukee police chief and the mayor apologized. He had been cited for parking his auto across multiple handicapped spaces.