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Originally posted by gekko
Originally posted by Yetichihe was a threat the second he starts screaming and babbling his stupid agenda. he got the EXACT response he had premeditated and now he is basking in glory.
Right on dude, his words were a threat. And for shouting his dissent he needed to be taken down. Hard!
So hard as to discourage him from voicing his opinion in the face of authority ever again?
Yetichi, I think I know which side you are on.
[edit on 17/11/06 by gekko]
Originally posted by half_minded
This is pissing u guys off!!?? Then you should see what the cops in India are like.
Originally posted by Masisoar
I don't think you understand what my whole post was constituting, because you seem to firmly believe that the tazer was obviously.. easily justified.
Next time I see you lie, sin, or speed, I'm going to tazer you. It's as ridiculous like that. If he was a criminal and was clearly a threat to the area, as I said, then it
couldof been justified.
Edit: The justification for using it several times after isn't all to there. That's fairly dangerous for any individual..
[edit on 11/17/2006 by Masisoar]
Originally posted by Yetichi let's cry and whine every time someone jumps a fence at the whitehouse[...]
Originally posted by Yetichihe was a threat the second he starts screaming and babbling his stupid agenda.
Originally posted by ludaChris
None of us know the whole story. From what I've read from links posted here is that he was also trying to disturb the peace by inciting the rest of the students in his little pathetic "rebellion". The Police also have a job of maintaining the peace, and in my opinion they did just that. This was a set up, this guy wanted this to happen and the police played into it, simple. Hope he got what he wanted.
Originally posted by Paranoid Duck
I saw three security guards tasing a handcuffed man who was pissed (according to witness accounts he was already on his way out) and who's only mistake was that he wasn't able to show an ID card. Surely, three security guards couldn't drag a handcuffed man but had to resort in tasing the man at least 4-5 times.
Originally posted by spacedoubt
That UCLA press release was posted last night. by me..
It's a new crowd in here, so, I ask..do any of you know what happened BEFORE the video commenced?
"the student had agreed to leave BEFORE the police arrived."
"It all escalated to him being tasered 5 times, for no reason while he was screaming "I have a medical condition".
I can say that the student was the agressor
Originally posted by Voidmaster
While I can't say I enjoy the method in which the cops used to remove the student, I can say that the student was the agressor, and that they were perfectly within their rights by tasering him.