PC Greenfield, who was also present when Kingsley was first detained and also the Officer that admitted that Kingsley was not banging his son's head against the wall of the ambulance, was giving evidence again.
When asked why did he call in a dog unit to the Mary Seacole Centre he denied it had been him. However, when reminded of his statement, he then admitted he had done so,as to why he claimed it was a dangerous situation, despite the role of a dog unit is to seek out and apprehend.
Furthermore, he and his colleague that later gave evidence admitted hitting Kingsley in order to defend themselves they claim, even after he had been restrained with handcuffs, leg restraints including his thighs and even being strap to a stretcher.
PC Fannon admitted, hitting Kingsley with a clenched fist, however, denied it was a punch.
The last of the 4 Officer's PC Adey will give evidence at a later date owing to his availability, but, it is becoming increasingly clear that a restrained man was subjected to a cycle of beating by the Police Officer, who are describing it as reasonable force.
The case continues on 9.30am Monday morning.
I will my thoughts on the week tomorrow.
24th April 2015