Originally Posted by 2003RC51
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.