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Florida High School Student Knocked Unconscious By Cop

An altercation between a Florida cop and female high school student is going viral, and it is disturbing to watch.

The video that was initially posted to Twitter shows the cop repeatedly slamming the student to the ground at Liberty High School in Osceola County. The young woman's skull knocks the pavement so hard that there is an audible thump, and her body goes limp as the scene progresses. Finally, the officer handcuffs the woman’s motionless body.

Those looking on were just as disturbed by the excessive force, you can hear someone shout "What the f**k is wrong with you?!" from out of the shot. This was echoed on social media, with many outraged One person said: 'I am never going to get that sound of her head hitting the ground outta my head. I hope she's ok.'

The Osceola Sheriff's Office says that an investigation into the incident is in its early stages.

Our office is in the initial stages of our investigation. We are collecting video, witness statements, and relevant information related to the incident.

We know that the School Resource Officer was in the process of trying to stop the student from fighting another student in the hallway when the deputy took her into custody. Once we receive more information related to the incident, we will provide an updated press release.” -

There are various accounts of what actually happened here. One person who tweeted the video claimed "This girl was already separated and under control by one of the faculty members when the officer came out of nowhere, picked her up and body slammed her head first onto the concert."

At the time of this writing, there are no details regarding the identity or condition of the young woman in the video, and there is no information on the officer. Liberty High School has been very quiet about the situation, choosing not to respond to multiple media outlets who have tried to reach them. The sheriff's office assured those concerned that more information will be made available in the coming days.

The Orlando Sentinel reports that the Sheriff's Office's use of force policy says officers should use "the minimal amount of force necessary to perform official duties."