The now former Philadelphia Police lieutenant who was captured on a YouTube video striking a woman during the city's Puerto Rican Day Parade has been given his job back and will receive all back pay.
The infamous tape - which was viewed over and over again across multiple media outlets - led to Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams to charge Jonathan Josey with a simple assault charge.
Josey was found not guilty, yet he still out of a job.
Josey told FOX 29 in a one-on-one interview that he desperately wanted to get the job he loves back.
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