posted on Oct, 29 2011 @ 01:53 AM
reply to post by Asktheanimals
Originally posted by Asktheanimals
I think he's spraying someone behind the child who we can't see.
That woman would be going after the cop if her daughter had been sprayed in the face.
They're avoiding something, not reacting to it.
Really? Really truly?
I looked at the photo again - but unless that woman is hiding a ferocious tiny dog in a hidden bag on her buttock cheek - I can't see how he's
aiming for anything but the child.
The officer's posture and body language do not portray any defensive stance.
You think the woman would be going after the cop? Wouldn't that depend on the circumstances? If police brutality is condoned and accepted, would
that really be a mother's action? It wouldn't be mine. A population facing such brutality as few options as individuals.
On to your last sentence - which i agree with. They are avoiding something. THEY ARE AVOIDING GETTING BRUTALLY PEPPER SPRAYED.
I can only ask again. Are we really willing to accept where this lack of humanity is leading?