posted on Jan, 23 2011 @ 03:22 PM
IF each vechicle manufactured had within it a control system that when activated
1) engaged the brakes and shut down the engine
2) locked the doors and windows
would this be an acceptable form of ending high speed chases, securing violators and alleged criminals inside their vehicles and introducing a new
'protection' barrier between LEO's and Civilians?
Would that also be an infraction against your civil rights?
I have a hard time understanding full out punches to a 58 year old womans head in this situation, even if she was drunk!
a) keep her foot from tromping down on the gas pedal as officer assjack performed fist surgery to her supposed booze filled head?
b) provide clear proof in any video of professional behavior during the stop, when clearly captain knuckles is wailing away at her head without ANY
form of verbal communication and any immediate threat.
c) CLEARLY it's once again overkill, just way over the top, massive adreneline infused reaction, by someone holding power that they should NOT be
wielding, shouldnt even be near.
I'd be looking for 'systems' as I mentioned in the beginning of this post to start becoming standard on vehicles soon,
remotely activated, shut you down, lock you in, and then IF the "bad guys" break out windows and continue to engage officers it becomes a different
Am I for it?
Nope not at all,
but the idiots on both sides of the issue on this will bring it to a head and something will be done,
thanks to the idiots !