posted on Jul, 29 2009 @ 03:40 AM
The immediate question I have is, why didn't they wait for him to exit the bathroom instead of breaking in the door?
I see so many cases these days of police officers using their "authority" over other people in a very confrontational and provocative manner. It
seems now that merely questioning their authority or asking them to explain their actions is grounds for violence and prosecution.
In short, even if innocent of any criminal activity, they'll hit you with resisting arrest charges, thus making you a criminal for merely trying to
assert your innocence in any matter.
Whatever happened to innocent until PROVEN guilty?
We seem to very rapidly be moving away from law enforcement into the realms of everybody NOT a police officer being fair game for a beating. Hell,
even after they give you a beating, if you manage to hurt them even mildly, they'll even apply for compensation and time off to recover themselves,
while the victim gets a court date, fine and / or jail time. This is nothing more than simple bullying on a large scale - and they even get to trump
up charges to cover their own violent acts!
[edit on 29-7-2009 by Britguy]