Some cops in San Jose, Calif., are under fire after they arrested the wrong person -- and did so in a fairly harsh manner, the Mercury-News reports.
Face down, Amador was not sure how many officers were on him. But it felt like a lot, four or five maybe. He heard them swearing at him and telling him to stop resisting. One of them, he said, kicked him square in the face. He said he blacked out but remembers an officer painfully yanking his handcuffed hands back.