Buffalo Police Officer Aaron Torgalski Assaulted an Old White Man

Aaron Torgalski After Attacking Old Man
Aaron Torgalski After Attacking Old Man
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Buffalo, New York *****

Buffalo Police Department officer Aaron Torgalski has been criminally charged after being caught on tape assaulting an old white man that was filming him. The video is disturbing. The unknown elderly white man is seen standing on the sidewalk and filming riot police until one officer shoves him to the ground. After hitting the pavement he barely moves and is seen bleeding severely from the head. He looks like someone that has been knocked out cold, but is still twitching.

If you zoom in close enough you can make out the name "A. TORGALSKI" on his uniform. Public records indicate that one Aaron M Torgalski resides at the following address:



Torgalski also owns the property at:

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Normally, we block home addresses of police officers, but we are making an exception due to the heinousness of Officer Torgalski's actions. It is our hope that protesters will use this information when deciding where to peacefully protest.

This image more than anything should show people that the war on police brutality is being fought by all races.

According to the news media, the police explained this incident saying "one person was injured when he tripped and fell." Apparently they must not have seen the video.

**Someone commented on our Facebook page that he sold that house last year and provided a link to a page where it says he sold the house on Carlyle Avenue to someone else. However, the person listed as the purchaser does not match the name of the owner according to our background check service. Having heard from the purchaser we are no longer confident with the results of the background check service that is usually accurate.

UPDATE: The name of the victim is Martin Gugino. He is 75 years old.

UPDATE: Aaron Torgalski has since been arrested and charged with second degree assault. Fellow officer Robert McCabe has also been charged with second degree assault for this savage attack on an elderly man on a sidewalk in Buffalo.

Due to time going by and a decline in public interest in this case, we have removed the home address from this post. It was posted because at the time we believed it might be useful for peaceful protest organizers, but we don't see people really protesting this specific officer anymore and when we did we are not aware of the organizers actually using this information.

The address listing was only intended to be temporary for the duration of peaceful anti-police brutality protests, and although such protests continue we have determined that some addresses including this one are far less useful at this time.

Just caught part of a story on CNN today saying that Matin Gugino suffered a fractured skull and still can't walk.

Martin Gugino's lawyer was on CNN saying that his client suffered brain damage.

President Trump sounded off on this today defending the cops https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1270333484528214018 and calling the victim a setup artist. Obviously Trump did not consider the fact that old people fall harder. He is getting pretty old himself so he will probably learn that the hard way soon.

Learn more about Robert McCabe at https://copblaster.com/blast/25766/buffalo-police-officer-robert-mccabe-arrested-for-assaulting-old-man

Aaron Torgalski has been charged with second degree assault.

Officer Torgalski was obviously void of professional role models. Today 57 of his fellow officers resigned in solidarity with him being suspended for this heinous act of elderly abuse.

He doesn't live at the first address you cited. There are easily accessible public records that show the property was sold. Please consider removing this and your Facebook post which reference the address. The current owners are disgusted by his criminal actions and have been protesting and supporting BLM. They've left their home because of this doxxing. Thanks.

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