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Old 01-16-2011, 03:12 PM   #1
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Here is some more EXCESSIVE force for ya...

Finally one of these douche bags gets fired. I can't wait to see how the LEO's on here try and defend this situation...

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There has to be more to it than that. No way in fucking hell did LEO and Fire get called to a special needs student throwing a fit on a bus in which the driver 99% probably knows the student is special needs.
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There has to be more to it than that. No way in fucking hell did LEO and Fire get called to a special needs student throwing a fit on a bus in which the driver 99% probably knows the student is special needs.
I looked around and most the stories that I found say roughly the same thing.

Cop or not if I was one of those fire fighters I would have put that douche bag cop in a choke hold until the little bitch passed out.
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Before this turns into another Cop bashing post, keep in mind, its easy to look at a pic, and video, and make a guess as to what happened, but unless you are there, its just speculation.
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Before this turns into another Cop bashing post, keep in mind, its easy to look at a pic, and video, and make a guess as to what happened, but unless you are there, its just speculation.

I completely understand that, but she was a 17yo girl and he is an adult male. I think he could have handled it quite differently if he had the brain power.
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I completely understand that, but she was a 17yo girl and he is an adult male. I think he could have handled it quite differently if he had the brain power.
In this case, possibly. But age doesnt set the bar for the level of danger that can be brought to a situation. How many 16 year olds have killed people?
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Here is a better written story:

http://www.heraldtribune.com/article...deputy-his-job


I have watched the video a couple times and the way he grabs her just pisses me off more and more. Definitely no need for that type of force when all she has done is disobey him. He is truly dumber than a box of rocks. Most cops should be glad this ass-clown got fired because he is the type that give cops a bad name.
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I looked around and most the stories that I found say roughly the same thing.

Cop or not if I was one of those fire fighters I would have put that douche bag cop in a choke hold until the little bitch passed out.
Wow, how much time have you spent in jail. I think if you have the "other" stories out there then you should post them as well so we can read what your reading.
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There has to be more to it than that. No way in fucking hell did LEO and Fire get called to a special needs student throwing a fit on a bus in which the driver 99% probably knows the student is special needs.
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Before this turns into another Cop bashing post, keep in mind, its easy to look at a pic, and video, and make a guess as to what happened, but unless you are there, its just speculation.
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chris 4x4 is right on the money, you see these threads and so much emotion in the commentary and one standout fact, none of us was there. i believe the story said the teen had already assaulted an aide and this leo would have been aware of this behavior. truth be told, probably the only reason leo was fired was because of video of incident
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Wow, how much time have you spent in jail. I think if you have the "other" stories out there then you should post them as well so we can read what your reading.
Only about 1 hour jail time here. That was only because the cop that pulled me over wanted to act like a little bitch. He went to hand me my license and each time I tried to grab it he pulled it away. I told him to quit being a 2 year old and give me my damn license and I guess he took offense. He took me in after finding a 3rd traffic ticket to write me. I knew the jailer there so when my name came across him he called me down and released me. Was pretty damn fun walking out and smiling at the cop that brought me in. Went to court for the tickets and of course he didn't show up so all of them were dismissed.

It's pretty easy to read the same stories I did, just use that crazy "google" webpage and search for them. Careful though, it can be pretty tricky.
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In this case, possibly. But age doesnt set the bar for the level of danger that can be brought to a situation. How many 16 year olds have killed people?
Still no reason for her to be thrown around like that. She gave him no reason at all to use that level of force. Had she thrown a punch or tried to kick him, fine, take her down, but her just telling him no doesn't give him the right.

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chris 4x4 is right on the money, you see these threads and so much emotion in the commentary and one standout fact, none of us was there. i believe the story said the teen had already assaulted an aide and this leo would have been aware of this behavior. truth be told, probably the only reason leo was fired was because of video of incident
If the cop was right then the video would have shown that, this however was not the case.
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Still no reason for her to be thrown around like that. She gave him no reason at all to use that level of force. Had she thrown a punch or tried to kick him, fine, take her down, but her just telling him no doesn't give him the right.
In this particular instance, No. The cop was out of line, according to the investigation in the story. Howver, you see many videos like this, and dont know the back ground. For example, I saw a video the other night. A cop pulled his gun, and shot an un armed man in the stomach. Completely out of line....Right?....Turns out, the subject that was the recipient of the fired bullit, was an ex pride fighter, and was working on beating the shit out of the cop. What Im trying to get accross is, Without bearing actual witness to the events leading up to the main event, there is no way to accurately judge what right or wrong is commited. And people just LOVE to point out any cop that acts "out of line", when in fact, they may not be. People also often forget that cops are human. They have bad days like everyone else does. Im not trying to condone bad behavior in any way, but your bound to meet up with a cop having a bad day, just as you are anyone else having a bad day.
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In this particular instance, No. The cop was out of line, according to the investigation in the story. Howver, you see many videos like this, and dont know the back ground. For example, I saw a video the other night. A cop pulled his gun, and shot an un armed man in the stomach. Completely out of line....Right?....Turns out, the subject that was the recipient of the fired bullit, was an ex pride fighter, and was working on beating the shit out of the cop. What Im trying to get accross is, Without bearing actual witness to the events leading up to the main event, there is no way to accurately judge what right or wrong is commited. And people just LOVE to point out any cop that acts "out of line", when in fact, they may not be. People also often forget that cops are human. They have bad days like everyone else does. Im not trying to condone bad behavior in any way, but your bound to meet up with a cop having a bad day, just as you are anyone else having a bad day.
Agreed. I personally will always rely on the video if it involves most of the altercation. Video's do not lie, cops and criminals do however.

I understand that everyone has a bad day but that is definitely not an excuse for cops. If they are having a bad day then they should sit their asses at home until they are back to normal. We are not talking about a secretary having a bad day that doesn't forward a call. If a cop lets his personal situation affect what he does in the field then he should not be out there.
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Wow, so much hatred for only have 1 negative experience with a police officer.

Try wearing their shoes for a change, and see how many "bad days" you have.
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Wow, so much hatred for only have 1 negative experience with a police officer.

Try wearing their shoes for a change, and see how many "bad days" you have.

I don't have hatred for all cops, just have an overwhelming hatred for cops that abuse their power. I have met more good cops than bad ones by far.
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I'll say one thing only in here- to be a cop in this day with all these little pricks and bitches with attitudes with their psycological problems-it's no surprise you're going to see the human behind the badge lose it sometimes.
Having said that-this cop has NO business manhandling that little girl like that I don't care what led to it-there's a limit to force used especially with a kid like that.
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