'You're Killing Me, Bro': Two Cops Were Arrested After One Of Them Pistol-Whipped And Choked An Unarmed Man

After being held down by two Colorado officers, Kyle Vinson called for help. One hit him multiple times with a gun and threatened to shoot him.Aurora Police / Via YouTube.com Officer John Haubert chokes Kyle Vinson as he bleeds from the head.Two Colorado police officers were arrested Tuesday after disturbing footage showed one of them using his weapon to repeatedly hit an unarmed male on the head, choke and threaten to shoot him. The man then bled from the head and begged for his life. The other officer was accused in failing to stop her colleague using excessive force. "You're killing my bro!" After John Haubert, an Aurora officer, pistol-whipped Kyle Vinson multiple times as he tried to place him in custody for trespassing on Friday afternoon, Vinson (29) cried out several times. Video of Vinson, 29, displaying blood streaks running down his head, while Vinson cried out for air. Haubert shouted, "If I move, you will be shot." Vinson begged the officers, "Don't hurt my." "Don't shoot at me, bro!"Aurora Police Department via AP OfficerJohn HaubertHaubert, 39 was charged with attempted first-degree attack, second-degree assault and felony menacing. He also faces charges of official oppression, first-degree official misconduct, and felony menacing. In the midst of an internal affairs investigation, Haubert, a three-year veteran of Aurora Police Department was placed on administrative leave with no pay. Officer Francine Martinez (a six-year veteran of the Aurora Police Department) was taken into custody on misdemeanor charges for failing to report use of force by police officers. This was required by a bill called "Police Accountability Bill". She was placed on paid administrative leave. Authorities confirmed that both officers were released from jail. Authorities said that both officers were released from jail by the Aurora Police Department. Wilson called the two officers' actions disgusting and resentful in a press conference Tuesday. This is not police work. She said that this was not police work. Wilson called Vinson the victim of a terrible act and apologized. She stated that she was overcome with anger and tears when she saw the footage from the body camera. The chief stated that this video would shock your conscience. It is very disturbing.Two officers responded to a call for Trespassing on Friday. They encountered three men with outstanding arrest warrants. Vinson remained on the ground, and Haubert did not resist when Vinson fled with two other men.Video shows Martinez and Haubert trying to arrest Vinson. Vinson shouts repeatedly that he doesn't have a warrant, and is then placed in handcuffs. Wilson stated at the press conference that Wilson didn't believe Vinson knew he had an existing warrant. According to the AP, Vinson had allegedly failed urine tests and not completed court-ordered domestic abuse counseling. He also failed to report for probation meetings. Vinson is ordered to lie on his stomach, with his face to the ground. Haubert holds his gun against Vinson's head. Vinson can be heard telling officers that they have the wrong man. He yells for help before Haubert starts hitting his head with the gun during the struggle.