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A homeless man who was beaten by police in Arkansas is now seeking justice on his own, talking to several lawyers to possibly represent his next steps.
Sources connected to the 27-year-old Randall Worcester tell us family members released him from jail Monday in Van Buren, Arkansas.
We’re told he met with his family within hours of his release to discuss strategy…specifically where they would go, legally, from here.
Our sources say Worcester has already spoken to several attorneys and his family has been in contact Bobby Dichelloa Cleveland attorney whose website says he has “earned multimillion-dollar verdicts for victims of civil rights violations, catastrophic personal injury and defective products.”
Bobby tells us he plans to travel to be with Worcester and his family soon, and that everyone involved is shocked and appalled by the video that’s now going viral…and they’re looking forward to getting justice for Randall.
As for what that justice might entail, nothing has been decided … but first, Bobby tells us he’s hoping for an open dialogue between the cops and the Worcester family to talk about what happened and how to resolve it.
The video recorded Sunday at the gas station is stunning … you see 3 officers punching, kicking and slamming Wooster’s head into the pavement. Cops were reportedly called to the scene because Worcester was threatening a gas station employee.
Arkansas police officers suspended after video of brutal beating of homeless man
As a result of the investigation, 2 Crawford County sheriff’s deputies have been suspended and an officer with the Mulberry Police Department has been placed on administrative leave.
Dichelo, who also represents the family Jayland Walker — a man Shot 46 times by the police — says deferrals are a good start.
Obviously, there is a long way to go.