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2 years ago#21
her body, her choice to get tased.
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2 years ago#22
Ya... Generally i hate the cops and wish to see alot of them fired, replaced, Better Trained, Forced into anger management classes.. But The woman in the video did attempt to assault the officer and interfere with an Arrest, The Police did have the right to Restrain her, Using a Taser might have been a bit much(and i personally think police jump immediately to it way to often) But it was still within there rights to deal with her, Being Pregnant Doesnt grant you immunities to the law(really nothing should) and she was stupid to attempt what she did
2 years ago#23
If the taser is excessive, what method of force isn't? Please, explain what they could've done that had a lower risk of injury than tasering.
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2 years ago#24
And none of us knew the chain of events that happened before the video tape began recording.

btw, nice one there beating up on the woman's reputation just because she's black.
Nice one.
And they said the year 1965 was already over. They were wrong.
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2 years ago#25
Masta Crouton posted...
He was arresting her man.

So, yeah.


Well, if he wasn't doing anything wrong and she attacked him, I'd say he was in the right.
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2 years ago#26
From: Masta Crouton | #023
Please, explain what they could've done that had a lower risk of injury than tasering.

Warned her to stand back and push her away if she doesn't listen.
2 years ago#27
CyrusV posted...
From: Masta Crouton | #023
Please, explain what they could've done that had a lower risk of injury than tasering.

Warned her to stand back and push her away if she doesn't listen.


did you even watch the video?
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2 years ago#28
From: Masta Crouton | #027
did you even watch the video?

Yes. It was an easily controllable situation.
2 years ago#29
CyrusV posted...
From: Masta Crouton | #027
did you even watch the video?

Yes. It was an easily controllable situation.


and what makes you say that?
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2 years ago#30
From: Masta Crouton | #029
and what makes you say that?

Did you even watch the video? The second officer was able to pull her away quite easily before he started wrestling her yelling at her to lay on the ground before he tazed her. The cop only made the situation worse.
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