The city agreed on Tuesday to a $100,000 settlement with a man who was beaten by cops in a shul back room two years ago that was captured on video.
Ehud Halevy, 22, was sleeping in a back room
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of the Aliya Institute in Crown Heights on Oct. 8, 2012, when a security guard called police. A private surveillance video showed Officers Luis Vega and Yelena Bruzzese beating Halevy even after he put out his hands to be handcuffed.
“My shock turned to horror and utter disbelief when I watched the surveillance video,” Assemblyman Dov Hikind said on news of the settlement, first reported in the Daily News.
Halevy had received permission to sleep at the center. He spent four days incarcerated after being charged with assaulting a police officer, trespassing, resisting arrest and harassment. This brought strong condemnation from elected and civic officials.
The NYPD Internal Affairs Bureau investigated the incident and cleared the cops of wrongdoing, Halevy’s lawyer, Norman Siegel, told the News.