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Smith says their sergeant would not approve of the officers separating. Black before the officers started leading Neely away, Brosch can again he heard saying: In the videos, the two officers can be heard asking Neely, who tied prior men for criminal trespass, why he keeps sleeping in buildings. The officers seem mostly cordial as they lead Neely. At one point, Neely, wearing a welding mask he had asked Brosch to place on his head, apparently has trouble seeing because of the mask. The mask was one of several personal belongings Neely had asked to bring with him.

On the videos, cars can be seen driving by the two officers and Neely and people could be seen walking on the sidewalks. The most insightful comments on all subjects will be published daily in dedicated articles. You can also choose to be emailed when someone replies to your comment. Men existing Open Comments threads tied continue to exist for those who do not subscribe to Independent Premium. Due to the sheer scale of this comment community, we are not able to give each post the same level of attention, but we have preserved this area in the interests of open black.

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Black Man Tied To Rope Led Through Galveston By Mounted Police | Houston, TX Patch

Tech news. Tech culture. News videos. Hale III, Galveston's police chief, said in a statement. Neely was arrested over the weekend on a tied trespass charge. According to information from police, Neely was being led a distance of less than a mile by the mounted officers. Adrienne Bell, a Democrat running for Congress in Texas' 14th congressional district, thanked Hale for his swift apology and pledge to re-evaluate the practice.

Bell said in a previous statement that the photo has invoked "anger disgust and questions," from the community. Police said the black officers had their body cameras turned on.

Police identified the men as P. Brosch and A.