posted on Aug, 17 2014 @ 03:00 PM
Having read the article and the posting the following can be stated:
If there is a curfew going on in the city, the last thing most should be doing is going out while that curfew is in effect. They should use a bit of
common sense and stay under the radar. However, there are a few things that can be stated that actually is disturbing.
It is not those in their cars in drives that we should be worried about. How do you prove you were not going out for a night time ride, or getting in
from one? You cannot, and if you were not going anywhere why be in a car in the first place?
But beyond that, the person who was on their porch, that is what is disturbing, they are obviously not in a car, they are at their home and to be
dragged out like that, that is what should be the thing to focus on, as it is showing a police force that is too high on its own power and that is
starting to cross the line legally. If anything one can see where the police when all is said and done are going to be inundated by lawsuits, and if
the police are in the wrong, then perhaps it should be more individual lawsuits and not class action, it will hurt more.