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Female Officer LITERATELY Beats The Shoes Off A Man With Her Baton

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posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 04:37 PM
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Originally posted by SevenStarrz
*Literally, haha. Sorry, not to be pedantic, but "literately" implies she beat him with words.


I wonder if I'm getting desensitized to these types of videos, I've seen so many of them, from all over the world. People are just violent. I guess I've become somewhat of a misanthopist. I expect humans to behave in a violent manner at the slightest provocation, and I'm usually surprised when /if they don't.


Are you desensitized to a "thug" acting violent or just the police acting like thugs




posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 04:45 PM
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I'm desensitized to humans behaving in a violent manner towards each other, whether they are police, or not. For instance, I'm in London, watching this city erupt in violence around me. Why? Because humans are violent, and all you have to do is scratch the surface to release the animal within.



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 05:16 PM
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I'm no cop or anything but what the hell are you supposed to do when someone is resisting arrest? The guy probably did something #ty, on meth, resisting and appears he could of gotten away if it wasn't for the female cop... I mean really... you think that cops actions were out of line??
you clearly haven't dealt with the scum bags of this earth.



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 05:37 PM
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Originally posted by FedSen
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2nd thought - Partner was having troubles but it did appear excessive to beat him in the head/face with a baton (try pepper spray next time???).


This is the only "thought" I am responding to... I have seen the last part of this posted many times. Have any of you actually SEEN OC Spray in use? There is something called "over-spray." The only time this will not happen too much is if they are using OC Spray in the foam form. I seriously doubt they do. From what I have seen, not many departments do use it. So, since there is something called "over-spray" coming from their OC Spray, then most SOPs state to not do it when your partner is within arm's reach of the target. I feel that the beating was warranted. Even in the end when he went down, you can see him getting back up. Who knows what he did after the other two squad cars pulled up. All I saw was a man trying to get away from two officers for an unknown reason.



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 05:57 PM
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*Literally



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 05:59 PM
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Well, the guy is not obeying even tho he gets hit by the police. I can't say for sure if it's right or not, the police is only allowed to hit big muscled with the bat, not bones.



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 06:28 PM
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We didn't get to see the beginning of the battle, but both the criminal and the male cop were obviously worn out. Looks to me like they were at it for awhile. I'd side with the police on this hands down. And this guy is pretty buff. Back when I did casino Security, we had a guy, couldn't have weighed more than 100 pounds, standing out in our parking lot. He flagged down our roving patrol, who approached to assist the guy. The guy flipped out and attacked our security. Now, our casino hires the biggest, most intimidating guys they can to deter any violence. Then they send them to lots of training. It still took four highly trained security guards to finally subdue this guy until the police got there. Turns out the guy was tripping on PCP. Did the cops think we were wimps for needing four officers to subdue this guy? Maybe. Until he bent their cuffs. That's some ant strength.



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 06:31 PM
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what ever happened to guilty untill convicted(for the guy getting arrested) and i think its currently okay to assume the cops are turds being turds! not alot of value in preventing citizens from video taping if theres nothing to hide.not a lot of value posting a video of someone doing an honest days work. anyway untill cops get similar jail time for breaking the law that we citizens do cops are gonna continue to go to far or worse with nothing but contempt for us civies (im sure they call us worse)

there are diferant levels of resisting arrest and this to my eye this looks like a very low level/possibly just sick of being beaten with a weapon. consider if a police dog is biting you and you do anything to try and stop a bite you will be charged with assaulting a police officer??? its a dog/tool not a police officer. consider if you were innocent/not deserving of being bit by a dog and if the dog handler/cop was egging the dog on? you wouldnt try and pull away/cover up? you would just let the dog bite you?(usually your smartest choice) maybe it comes down to pain tolerance/pain levels but why is it so hard for people to understand that being beat by a police baton can be very painfull combine that with your usually blind from mace/cop death spray, its not resisting when its human nature to avoid a pain stimulus. just substitute hand in a fire for beating ,your gonna pull it out no matter what if your pain threshold is exceeded no matter what anyone else tells/threatens you. just saying you have to consider how much pain the arrestee could be in if you increase that pain beyond a certain limit you will get a reaction. with the money cops make if they cant come up with a more ecologicaly sound way of arresting people then we are grossly over paying them. dont get me wrong if someone is being violent and there is an immediate need for a response then fine but i didnt see any violence other than from the cop if there was some earlier then it was too late to respond.



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 07:07 PM
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Looks like the two of the officers couldn't restrain the guy. It's been posted already, I wonder what the story was prior t the camera rolling...



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 07:11 PM
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If you shoot someone coming at you with a knife, you most likely, will NOT be arrested, contrary to popular belief. Now if you live in a Draconian state like Il or DC, there is a good possibility that you will be arrested initially at least. This hypothetical is assuming that your shooting was justifiable.

Having said all of that, this individual was aggressive in the beginning, he came at the female officer initially. Once he was on the ground she should have went "hands on" as she came very close to hitting her partner with some of those strikes and she also was coming very close to the head, a big no-no spot for officers. I do not think she had anger issues as someone suggested, I think she was simply scared, she let fear get a hold of her and resorted to her training and kept striking over and over. You can't hit someone for simply not getting on their back, even if they were combative with you earlier (Which we don't know) she needed to kneel behind his head and use pain compliance techniques to control him that way, the use of the baton once he was on his back was unnecessary and possibly criminal. She probably should not have been hired as a cop if this is how she reacts to a relatively mild situation.

Bottom line however, if this man would have simply laid on his stomach and put his hands behind his back, I am 95% sure that he would not have gotten hit (not saying he deserved it). Cops are all aware that there are video cameras everywhere and despite what some people believe, use of force is the last thing they want on a shift. Not only is it hours of boring paperwork that takes you off the street for hours, it opens you up to civil liability, It's definitely worth more to not get in a use of force incident if it can be avoided. In this situation, use of force was warranted initially but then the baton should have been put away. It's called de-escalation of force, you can go up or down on the ladder of force at anytime depending on the actions of the suspect.



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 07:22 PM
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no pun intended but did anyone notice the police woman has red hair? That lets you know to never mess with a red haired girl, they will mess you up!



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 07:32 PM
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that sort of punishment usually costs a lot of money



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 07:39 PM
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HOLY CRAP!!!

I love the fact that it obviously takes 6 officers, 3 squad cars and a very severe over-beating to get this man into handcuffs.

IMHO if 2 cops cannot quickly detain a single person without having to beat the ship out of him... then they quite obviously arent cut out to be cops.

Maybe the first few blows were neccesary... but to see this continue when he is down and taking licks to the head and arms... its pretty hard to swallow as "neccasary force".

Again... america... your cops have shamed you once again

edit on 8-8-2011 by w3nd1g0 because: single line post by mistake



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 07:45 PM
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Ever seen a man on PCP? They can break cuffs and are way stronger than normal. And just because they had to use JUSTIFIED FORCE, or pain compliance, doesn't mean they shamed us. They've done us proud by getting him off the streets, hopefully



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 07:49 PM
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maybe next time this fellow will know not to ask a cop for directions. with how things are these days i'm impressed when police don't simply kill an unarmed person using their tazer or sidearm.

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posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 07:51 PM
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Originally posted by hrmmm
that sort of punishment usually costs a lot of money


i like the cut of your jib


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posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 07:58 PM
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Originally posted by chancemusky
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Ever seen a man on PCP? They can break cuffs and are way stronger than normal. And just because they had to use JUSTIFIED FORCE, or pain compliance, doesn't mean they shamed us. They've done us proud by getting him off the streets, hopefully


So you are saying this man was on PCP



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 08:11 PM
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No, but it is a possibility. I'm saying that just because it took work for 2 officers to control him, does not mean they are incompetent or weaklings, as some people have suggested.

And to those who say pepperspray him, he was on the officers partner, so not a good idea.



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 08:25 PM
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Originally posted by chancemusky
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No, but it is a possibility. I'm saying that just because it took work for 2 officers to control him, does not mean they are incompetent or weaklings, as some people have suggested.

And to those who say pepperspray him, he was on the officers partner, so not a good idea.


Not a good idea to club him either. And it's a possibility that he was innocent too!!



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 08:30 PM
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No,is a good idea to make him comply. And hes not innocent of attacking the male officer..



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