posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 10:56 AM
Maybe I'll get flamed for this but it's my honest opinion. I don't have a problem with this.
Apparently she needed to be restrained for her own safety and the safety of others. She apparently had already caused one injury. What if that glass
case she had tried to break crashed down on her? I bet someone would be asking why they didn't get her in control sooner.
Now, there are some TRULY horrible stories. Like the boy who got arrested for farting in class or another who was arrested and booked for back
talking. Or small kids who are tasered.
If this little girl had been tasered or beaten, then I'd have an issue. But I do not have a problem with her being restrained. It really seemed like
she was violently out of control and a danger to herself and others.
In taser incidents, it's always asked why didn't the police just restrain them? And that is what happened here- she was restrained. Handcuffs seem
OK because the alternative would have been to hold her down or clasped which could have escalated things.
It's a sad story and a reflection on society but I'm not sure what else could have been done without getting the school sued or someone hurt,
including the little girl.