On July 7th, 2017, an Algerian man was apprehended by police officers close to the Croatian town of Vukovar. The interviewee met the Algerian 4 hours before he was apprehended, and describes him as being drunk and drugged.
Two Croatian policemen in uniform found him, and took him by police car, to the Serbian border, 3 km away from the Šid train station. There, the police officers took him out of the car, asked him where he came from and proceeded to beat him up using kicking and police batons. The Algerian man was laying on the ground during the beating. As a result he got extensive hematomas on his back with two marks from the police batons. The police officers also beat his knee and busted his kneecap, which was swollen and he was unable to walk.