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12 Months Sentence for Former Mississippi Police Officer Michael Green for Making Arrestee Lick Urine Off Floor

Former Mississippi Police Officer Michael Green Sentenced to 12 Months for Depriving Civil Rights

Mississippi Police Officer Michael Green’s 12-Month Sentence for Forcing Arrestee to Lick Urine

According to True Crime News, the maximum sentence was given out to a former Mississippi police officer for a disturbing act while on duty. Michael Green a 26-year-old who admitted guilt to depriving someone of their civil rights under color of law was given a 12-month sentence in federal prison. Green detained a person known only as B.E. on December 23, 2023 in response to a reported disturbance at a retail establishment. In a detention cell B.E. told Green that he had to go to the bathroom. Following a long period of waiting B.E. In the cell’s corner someone urinated. Subsequently obtained surveillance footage exposed Green’s startling behavior. He was seen threatening B.E. with physical harm using a phone and then demanding that B.E. lick the urine from the floor. Green reportedly recorded videos of the humiliating act instructing B.E. to “suck it up” and not to spit it out despite B.E. gagging multiple times. At the time of the incident Green was an active Mississippi police officer with the Pearl Police Department. However, after the footage surfaced a few days later he lost his job. Green had served with the department for about six months and had previously worked with other law enforcement agencies in the area.

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12 Months Sentence for Former Mississippi Police Officer Michael Green for Making Arrestee Lick Urine Off Floor (PHOTO: True Crime News)

Former Mississippi Police Officer Michael Green’s Maximum 12-Month Sentence Highlights Abuse of Authority

The case was prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Mississippi which emphasized the severity of Green’s abuse of authority. His sentencing to the maximum term of 12 months in federal prison underscores the seriousness with which the court viewed his actions. The judge’s decision to impose the harshest penalty allowed by law reflects a strong stance against misconduct and abuse of power within law enforcement. The victim B.E. whose identity remains protected endured a humiliating ordeal that has now been legally addressed with Green’s sentencing. This case has highlighted concerns over the conduct of police officers and the consequences of abusing their authority. It serves as a reminder of the importance of upholding civil rights and ensuring accountability in law enforcement practices

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