Former New York star John Nicki Damon was battling officers during a recent DUI arrest that showed body debugging footage released by the Windermere Police Department.
Bodycom footage from Damon’s Florida arrest was released on Tuesday, arguing in favor of police and supporters of former President Donald Trump.
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“Trust me, I’m the Blue Lives Matter,” Damen said. “What are you doing right now? We’re all for cops. Guys, we’re for all cops.”
“Hey brother, I’m a good person and I know people are trying to target me because I’m a Trump supporter.” Damn added.
The body debugging footage lasted about two hours. In it, Damon and his wife, Michelle Mangan-Daman, both showed disrespect to the police, which led to their deaths.
This includes Demon himself knocking the officer’s body to the ground.
“Don’t touch me,” Mangan-Dame replied to an officer. “F-King don’t touch me.” After she said that, she was released and walked away.
Permanent MLB star Johnny Damon equipped in Florida on DUI charge
Police officers realized that his SUV was being crushed and finally hit a curb after the officers were pulled over on February 18th. Its blood-alcohol levels were between .294 and .300, four times the state limit of .08.
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Damon was hit with a DUI, and his wife was charged with battery and resisting arrest.
Damen, who has played 18 seasons in the MLB, has spent most of his career with the Yankees, Boston Red Sox and Kansas City Royals. Along with the Red Sox and Yankees, two-time World Series champions in 2004 and 2009, Damon was also a two-time All-Star.