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Video of alleged deputy assault released

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posted on Feb, 27 2009 @ 04:59 PM
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No matter the circumstances, extraneous or otherwise, that was completely out of line and uncalled for... unnecessary, to say the least. :shk:

pathetic.

While he [hopefully] will be reprimanded and/or relieved of duty for such unconscionable an act, this would seem but yet another fine example of the sum total of Law Enforcement being "portrayed" to the masses by the actions of a few...

... seem familiar?


Dude needs to do a little social work... starting on his own doorstep, if you ask me.





posted on Feb, 27 2009 @ 05:23 PM
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Cops are bullies from high school, that now bully for the state.

She is 15!!! When i was 15 i was an A$$hole too! But i got punished and now i got my head on right.
I hate everything about them, i can't wait for the Revolution, i am going to take out at least 100 before they get me.

I say again, i hate Mother F()cking Cops!



posted on Feb, 27 2009 @ 05:33 PM
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Hardcore wrongness.
She should be allowed to do the same to him.



posted on Feb, 27 2009 @ 05:36 PM
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Originally posted by UnitedSatesofFreemasons
Cops are bullies from high school, that now bully for the state.

She is 15!!! When i was 15 i was an A$$hole too! But i got punished and now i got my head on right.
I hate everything about them, i can't wait for the Revolution, i am going to take out at least 100 before they get me.

I say again, i hate Mother F()cking Cops!



Wow, I sure hope nobody thinks all the members here at ATS are like you, the same way you think all cops are clones of the guy in the video...



posted on Feb, 27 2009 @ 06:08 PM
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This guy obviously let his emotions supercede what minimal intelligence he has. Problem is people get too comfortable with their jobs and treat everyone as just another aspect of their work, instead of trying to understand and relate to the problem.

Now you know why most people hate authority figures. They live in a dillusional fantasy that they have power and control over anothers life.

Cops, congress and all governing agencies get a big....


and that;s putting it nicely because the authoritive figures on ATS might punish me for a hate speech crime.



posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 11:23 AM
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Completely sickening. I've said it before- if this were a relative of mine, I would be waiting in the wings of the courthouse for this officer to exit the courtroom, and I would not hold back.



posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 11:27 AM
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Why is he not drug and alcohol tested?
I bet you hes wasted on something.
To do something like that, pick a 15yo girl up by her hair like that?
It even looked like the other cop was scared of him.
There something wrong with this guy.
Why WHY! do they let people like this into the police?
Ive seen it so many times before.
So many good great EXCELLENT cops, and then out of every 10, you get one of these.
Irrational emotional judgmental lunatics, who should NOT be cops.
Why don't other cops do something about them?
They often know for a long time they are unstable.

Video of alleged deputy assault released

I DO NOT think, you need to put alleged, when there is the video of him doing it.
Although he has not been convicted, we can all see with our own eyes, in this case, that what he did was against the law.
He can plea not guilty all he wants, but honestly when a Judge see's him pick up a 15yo girl by her hair, who he just punched in the head.
What do you think is going to happen?

[edit on 28-2-2009 by BorgHoffen]



posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 12:04 PM
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Originally posted by BorgHoffen
Video of alleged deputy assault released

I DO NOT think, you need to put alleged, when there is the video of him doing it.
Although he has not been convicted, we can all see with our own eyes, in this case, that what he did was against the law.
He can plea not guilty all he wants, but honestly when a Judge see's him pick up a 15yo girl by her hair, who he just punched in the head.
What do you think is going to happen?


I agree...but guess what as a cop when i get to see a video of a guy assaulting an old man, or a video of someone stealing something, its STILL alleged....and we still have those same people plead NOT guilt..even with video...

As for the drug testing...I don't know of ANY LE agency that doesn't test you for drug use upon hire and then your subject to drug testing anytime during your employment. My guess is she was annoying and cocky...he couldn't handle it and lost control....and as I said before...if you let the mouth of a 15 year old get to you..you may not be cut out for LE work....especially if you react this way.

[edit on 2/28/2009 by rcwj75]



posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 12:10 PM
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I’m waiting to hear the *rest of the story*.

No, not about the girl, but, the people that live in the inner circle of this mans life.
Girlfriend, wife?
Kids?
Parents?

Which one(s) will be the first to come forward and tell the news about this cops anger issues, abusive actions and loss of control at home?
Not to mention the animals he’s come in contact with - sadly the ones that can’t talk.

We’ll hear about it, just you wait and see.

This is by far NOT an isolated incident.

That kind of aggression used on a weaker person(s) is learned and practiced, not just a trick he pulled out of his hat just this one time.

peace



posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 12:22 PM
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I'll say the same thing i said in the other thread, cause t's true


Alleged beating? From what I saw there is no alleged anything. He beat that girl up, period. He is on paid leave for this? See that smirk on his face when they showed him at court? Ten bucks says he gets off on this.

Sherriff should have commented, should have said they don't allow that. Should have stood up for the girl he is sworn to protect.



posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 12:57 PM
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Were I this girl's father, this cop would........well.......he would never be seen or heard from again. And I would have an airtight alibi.



posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 01:00 PM
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Originally posted by rcwj75
Was she a brat, I'm sure. Did she kick her shoe off with some attitude, yup...did she deserve that treatment ...NOPE! She definitly did not...and yes I agree, he should be fired for this...no excuse for that. Kids can be VERY annoying and think they can say and do anything they want...but you gotta just take a deep breath, realize in 5 years she will be an adult and I'm sure BACK in the system...as an adult...but to let some little brat get you that fired up...not good!



rcwj75 I want you to know that I really appreciate the balance you bring to threads like this. As a LEO yourself, I'm glad to see you call out what is definitely excessive force and that which isn't.

Thanks again...

It's good to know that not all LEOs are like the scum which show up in these types of videos. Of course ya never know, so I will always just keep my mouth shut if ever arrested ;-)



posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 01:04 PM
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This stuff happens a lot more than people want to believe .It is rare that it is caught on tape and the tape is released. Yet we see more and more, not because more tapes are being released but because the rates of assaults are so high that the small percentage caught is beginning to become noticeable.

She is one of the lucky ones, what happened to her is out there for the world to see. If it were not on tape, she would not only suffered from the beating, she would have collateral consequences that are more life altering than the beating.

To justify the wounds they would charge her with resisting arrest and felony assault and battery on a police officer. Not only would they beat her they would charge her with assault. Giving her a felony record and all the fun that comes with it. No school, no housing , no job. The discriminatory attitude from people who believe that cops just don’t do thing like that.




[edit on 28-2-2009 by Plasma applicator]



posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 01:27 PM
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This particular officer cannot be trusted with the authority that has been bestowed upon him.

And with such a lack of self restraint, he can't be trusted to function in public at all.


He simply cannot be trusted around people.

Period.

He needs to be locked away, before his temper gets civilians killed.

From the way he was trying to wrench her head around, this wasn't "excessive force" this was flat out attempted manslaughter. I'm very surprised her neck didn't snap.

[edit on 28-2-2009 by johnsky]



posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 01:51 PM
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As a brother of a 15 year old girl, i can honestly say that if any man did that to her, they would find themselves paralysed for the rest of their life, or worse.




posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 02:03 PM
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I work as a private security contractor at a nightclub, right? I will admit that personally I am very courteous and friendly however when you get on my bad side you'll find that I have an extremely hot temper. I have arrested people before on numerous occasions. And I have used certain amounts of force on these said people that MAY be deemed 'somewhat questionable'. However what you see in the video with the police officer slamming that girl's head against the wall like that? I certainly wouldn't go that far. However, if the prisoner was an adult male? MAYBE I would.

IMHO? Yes, this police officer was out of line. But I will leave it up to the police department's internal affairs bureau as well as the public to decide on the ultimate conclusion of this affair.

On a side-note? It's not the girl who's face should be slammed against a wall. It's the girl's parents--whose faces should be slammed against a book titled "Parenting For Dummies".



posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 02:04 PM
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This is wrong, on so many levels that it makes me sick.

As was stated by a previous poster, the Sherrif should have made a statement. Otherwise, to me, it looks as though he is condoning the behavior of the Deputy.

Excessive force - yup I would say so. I think the correct way to handle the situation, would have been to close the door to her cell and walk away.

In my opinion, it doesn't matter what should could have said. Excessive force was used by the deputy end of story. The way he is just flinging her around is a bit disturbing - and the other deputy (or whatever his rank was) that witnessed this - I sure as hell hope he does not defend the accused's actions...

As another poster already stated, I agree, that there is probably more to this then we have heard - family members could probably attest to his anger issues. To me, it also, doesn't look like a first time outburst of anger.


- Carrot



posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 02:08 PM
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Little punk got what she had coming. Teach your kids respect or someone else will. Breed like scum and thats what they learn. The lessons of scum.



posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 02:12 PM
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I would say this man should be charged with felony like we would be,
yet he gets nothing, a slap!!!!!!!
I showed my 10 year old daughter this video and said this is reality!!!!!! nobody could help her right there! not even the other cop would!!!!!
If my daughter was this girl.... she would be rich!!!
and I would be in prison .....he should prey her father is not made of the same cloth as me!!!!!!
as a protective parent this is why I tell my girl, If you are pulled over.
always do what the MAN says!!!! and remember they are the Law!!
they can do anything they want until they get caught!!!!!!!
cause I have always said cops are the guys picked on in school wanting
to be tough!!!
personally I have seen many men, I have went to school with that are not tough at all!!!!! become cops!!!!
with chips on their shoulder!!!!! Mister Tough Guy!!!!!
there are a few good ones though!::flame



posted on Feb, 28 2009 @ 02:15 PM
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Wasn't there a book written about a place where there was a coordinated effort by a group of citizens that killed people like this without question?

I think I remember reading where a cop brutalized a teenager in a jail cell. He beat her just for the sake of beating her. One night someone walked up behind him, put a gun to the back of his head and blew his brains out.

In the book there were several examples of citizens doing what needed to be done. It was all a silent revolt and no one was ever caught for bringing justice to the unjust.

After a time things were brought back into balance and the cops were once again the friends & protectors of the people.

I can't remember the name of the book but it sounds like a great story. A story one should fear if they were cut from the same cloth as this cop.

[edit on 28-2-2009 by northof8]



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