posted on Nov, 30 2012 @ 02:13 AM
Originally posted by Corruption Exposed
She was in handcuffs.
Which obviously does no good when someone wants to give you their bodily fluids without you asking for them. Why do you think officers wear plastic
gloves when they're searching you? Even if you do have handcuffs on. If the handcuff angle is the best you got, try again.
The use of lethal force is only justified in self defense and he was in no danger.
If the taser was set at the max it would've been lethal. She's still alive so obviously it was not.
So if someone spit on you, you would think that your life is in no immediate danger? That kind of naivete' is dangerous to live with if you ask me.
You can try to minimize the reality of the situation all you want, but the fact is that if the woman had a communicable disease of any sort, it could
be transferred to the officer via saliva just as easily as with blood. This higher standard you keep throwing at people, does that include giving
drunk and disorderly people the benefit of the doubt that they they're not diseased? Dude, people who act that sloppily in public typically don't
act any better in private. And when you're sloppy with your personal life, you get diseases. It's that simple. It may not be PC to say, but it's
the truth and you know it.
If you ask me the officer was well within his right to do what he did. And also, he did act in accordance to the higher standard the general public
expects of him, because if that were me she did that to, I would've knocked her a** out. Lucky for me though that I don't put myself around people
to where that's going to happen. Officers though, because of their job duties, don't have the luxury to pick and choose who they come in contact
Remember that next time you slam them.