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A policeman in Alpharetta, Georgia has been suspended and an internal investigation has been opened after officers dragged a 65-year-old grandmother from her car during a traffic stop, and one officer screamed a profanity at her.

Public Safety Chief John Robison said, “There are aspects of this video that you’re likely about to watch that simply do not represent who we are as an organization. “Once a detailed investigation is completed, I can assure that there will be a decisive and appropriate outcome.”

After Rose Campbell was pulled over, the nearly 15-minute interaction escalated as Campbell was eventually dragged from her car. An officer can be heard screaming, “You’re not in charge! Shut the [expletive] up and get out of the car!”

Campbell said she’s not sure if she will take legal action and would like the officers suspended without pay, and she would like an apology.

“I don’t like the issue of firing people,” she said. “I think everyone has a space for redemption.”

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