Towanda, PA (WBNG Binghamton) Pennsylvania Troopers caught on a tape punching and tasing Robert Leone will not be charged, despite the public outrage the tape has caused.
The edited video, viewed by hundreds of thousands on YouTube, sparked national attention.
District Attorney Daniel Barrett saw no new evidence after the tape was released that would cause for further investigation into the case.
The video does not contain evidence that Leone stuck another vehicle or that he was heavily under the influence of a prescribed substance.
Barrett said that "The officers that testified, testified. The ones that offered statements have given statements and if anyone has new information, he is open to hearing it.
Leone is currently 2 and a half years into a 16 to 48 month jail sentence.