posted on Apr, 8 2010 @ 03:58 AM
Before I start, I just want to say to those who making excuses for that police office need a real reality check...
ok here's the problem with this whole thing......
The officer did the right thing at first.. followed the rules..he got up to the car, he told the guy the reason why he stopped him and asked him for
his license/reg., we all do agree on that right?
but here's where's the problem starts...
as soon as he finished what he had to say (0:13), a second later(0:14), he raised his voice louder going into (0:15), so since we cant see whats
happening in the car. within that one second, the guy in the car should have received the message to his brain and to react and lets assume, he had
his papers in his wallet sitting on it or even in the glove department while wearing his seatbelt,which restrict a bit of movement, so oblivious
it'll take some time to get it,right or wrong? and from the looks of the drivers head movement within those seconds...
he was looking at the officer speaking (0:13) he then moves his head to get to where his paper was at(0:14)then right after, less than a few
millisecond onto (:15) the cop raised his voice......so the cop should have waited at least 10-20 up to 30 seconds before yelling it out again, got to
put in consideration the driver isnt superman, he cant do all of that within 3 little seconds, (not every person receive the signal to the brain so
quickly to do what we have to do). And we cant even say he was trying to stall from getting it since it happened so quickly and not a lot of strange
movement like reaching under the seat, into the side, to the back or anywhere for any threat so thats where the problem started with the cop
but the thing is yeah i do agree the guy should have kept quiet til he got his papers but if a person raised their voice at you, Are you going to be
able to control it? (not everyone can) esp. when you doing what they asking for. but he still remained calmed with his words and acted non-violently
and kept on talking while he was trying to get his papers which he has EVERY RIGHT TO DO SO since the cop put his voice up, so the cop really had no
reason to open the door right after the guy said the first little 3 words and pull out his taser while giving him the 3rd warning with a weapon (yes a
weapon, it can kill) in his hand when the guy isnt acting or showing any violent behavior and then the guy comes out and the cops tries to grab his
arm which YOU CANNOT DO TO A PERSON since you dont know how their natural defense reaction is going to be and on the guy first little guster, tase
him..What if it was a gun? then what?..
Why he couldnt waited for a few seconds to let the guy move and get it... then just open the door, if there was a reason to, ask the guy to come
out... if he doesnt, repeat it once again in a loud tone and if the person doesnt listen, THEN take out that taser and depending on the person
reaction use it or not if you feel threatened, I'm sure he isnt a rookie and been doing it for a while to know how to control something like that
without any weapons and such so quickly ... the guy was just expressing himself thru his words, and nothing more, he can keep on talking sh|t or shut
up, Cant try to force him cause you dont want to hear it (which almost every cops do). so the blame goes to... THE COP!!! for over reacting so quick
which started the whole mess and violating rights.
and believe me, I've been pulled over and took way more time to get the papers or didnt have no reg. for the car and did much more movement while
talking and even talking back to a group of cops for trying to play me and all of them kept their cool and didnt arrest me. This cop was being a
freakin ashole and nothing more,unprofessional. yes there's bad and good cops but theres more bad then good.