Munich police are investigating an officer who punched a handcuffed woman, breaking her nose and eye socket. The woman, who was not named by media, hadcalled police for help after a fight with her boyfriend. On the way to the station, she tried to call her mother, leading officers to handcuff her and throw her in a cell to "calm her down." The officer struck her when she resisted.
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