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LOUISVILLE, KY ? A Louisville police officer has been fined $2 after being convicted of official misconduct and harassment for striking a handcuffed suspect multiple times.

A Jefferson District Jury on Friday fined officer David Graham $1 for each of the charges stemming from the March 31, 2012 arrest of 19-year-old John R. Sanders. A videotape of Sanders' arrest shows Graham poking Sanders multiple times in the throat and slapping him.

Defense attorney Steve Schroering told The Courier-Journal his client was disappointed at being convicted, but thankful the jury gave him the "absolute minimum penalty."

Graham, a Fourth Division officer who has been on the police force since 1999, could still face disciplinary action from the police department.

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wow...he better lose his job... if we slapped a police officer they would throw the book and the shelf it sits upon

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lol. unbelievable.

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wow...he better lose his job... if we slapped a police officer they would throw the book and the shelf it sits upon

He probably wont. If anything happens to him it'll proabaly just be a day or two off with pay. That's often how we "punish" cops in the us.

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He should get a year in jail, minimum.

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