posted on May, 1 2010 @ 03:17 PM
Of course the man should have stopped...but after all, in Texas he no doubt heard many horror stories about the cops abusing suspects and he was in
fear...that accounts for not stopping until he got to the embassy.
But once the cops saw him and could see he was a diplomat, they should have gone away. NOT arrested him.
it has been said by many judges that it is not suprising when a minority citizen runs from the police when they appear: So many times the cops would
abuse the people and stop and detain them and illegally SEARCH THEM without cause..intimidating and bluffing and threatening...it is all part and
parcel of a cop today.
So naturally a citizen gets a flight instinct when they see a cop...a cop means a likley bad experience no matter if guilty or not...cops are seen
as the enemy.
Do NOT tell me that most Americans see the cops as saviours and heroe's...most all people under 50 who get out and about have no doubt seen the
abuses the cop rain down on us day after day.
So it is perfectly understandable when someone flees..it is a reaction to the certain knowledge that at the least it will be bad..and at worse you
lose your life. Since the cops in this case INJURED the diplomat, they will get a medal from the chief for not killing the guy no doubt.
Every cop should be videotaped and audiotaped every moment he is in service, without the ability to turn it off. When he gets a restroom break, he
calls it in and the camera turns off for a minute or two and then back on....that way there is NO room for lying. OF COURSE most all cop HATE the
idea as it would show to all the devious and intrusive methods they use to terrorize the public day in and day out.
Cops must be watched and assumed to be against us....a sad fact. We must protect ourselves from them, not the other way around. maybe some day we