Oh do please show me where he RESISTS. Please I beg you to point that out. Also your SWIFT idea is just plain stupid. Slamming someone on the car like
that is the wrong procedure. You're supposed to put them against the vehicle and press their upper torso on the car while maintaining a secure hold.
Not only did this officer risk losing control of the suspect he risked provoking his friends just to show that he is the big bad thug in the hood.
Makes you wonder why the suspect was put against the car hood in the first place? He wasn't searched or anything. It was just a plain show of force.
Handcuffs or not, it doesn't matter. People run in cuffs all the time, and the first officer was being approached by one (or more) apparently angry
people who may or may not have been armed before his backup got there. You fail.
O'rly? He was in cuffs and was being held by the officer. You might wan't to check out the meaning from a dictionary and at the same time check out
what's the correct way to hold someone when they're in cuffs. By slamming him onto the car and almost losing control over him he opened up the
change for him to try to escape which he didn't even take.
Also the friends of the suspect excuse somehow justifies this behaviour? They were acting possible hostile? You did watch the same video where they
aren't even close to the officer untill well after the slam? Aside from the one guy who is STANDING STILL and doing nothing next to them? By your
logic this kind of behaviour by LEO's would always be acceptable because you never know who is armed and dangerous... Talk about a fail
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