Sixty-five year-old Rose Campbell was forcibly pulled out of her car​ by three policemen, while at least two more watched. 

What: Campbell, a black women from Alpharetta, Georgia, was pulled over by police on May 4 for skidding out of her lane. When the officers tried to ticket her, Campbell resisted.

"You're not in charge," one officer barked at her. "Shut up and get the f--- out of the car!"

A video released by the Alpharetta Police Department shows three of the officers aggressively pulling Campbell out of her car and dragging her to the sidewalk. 

Campbell's response. "I just panicked, she told ​Atlanta's local news WSB. "I felt like my heart exploded. I didn't expect that in America. I didn't expect that in Atlanta. I didn't expect that in Alpharetta."

She has not decided yet whether to take legal action.

Consequences. One of the officers, identified as James Log, has already submitted his resignation, according to a statement released by the police department.

The resignation, the statement read, "does not alleviate our responsibility to Mrs. Campbell and the community for a complete and thorough investigation of the incident."

Transparency. Alpharetta Police released the full 16-minute video of the arrest in Thursday Facebook post titled "Living up to our Standards."

In an intro to the video, Public Safety Chief John Robinson said that incident is under an internal affairs investigation.

"If we're going to be 100 percent transparent," said Robinson, "that means that we must also be able to share with you any major concerns with you regarding employee performance and behavior."

Aspects of the behavior of some of the officers on the video, Robinson asserted, "simply do not represent who we are as an organization.