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reply to post by Bedlam
They all lost their jobs right?
Lol again, to live in your hindsight... This isn't the future yet, cops can't know about EVERY condition a person has. As for the armbar, verbal commands usually come with that.... But what do I know lol.
The two cops waited on the bus for an ambulance to arrive to take the teenager to Ellis Hospital for a mental health evaluation.
That plan was verbally approved by the woman believed to be Gocheski's mother.
Ryan tried to engage Gocheski, who sat in silence, with his head down. "What are we going to do here?" Ryan asked. "You can either walk off the bus, or we can drag you off the bus, strap you on a stretcher and take you to Ellis Hospital. You can walk off the bus like a young man or we can hog-tie you."
Kid should've cooperated. Didn't. Got his arm broke. Cops tried talking nicely, didn't work out.
That poor poor misunderstood kid...
That'll teach him some respect!! Damn oversensitive society. 16 year old disturbed my behind.. He would get smacked across the face back in my days.
But knowadays everything must be politically correct and those cops should have waited for the psychologist to arrive.. riiight.
And why? Because a dumb kid just decided that he won't get out of a Bus.
but that doesn't fit the agenda... bad cops.. bad cops... ohhhhh...
Exactly, typical thug-cop mentality.... itching to bully a weaker person and physically assault them, all in the name of the law.
The video from the bus showed Sgt. Daniel Ryan and Officer Ronald Armstrong talking for nearly 15 minutes to Gocheski, who wore a camouflage hoodie and kept his head down as he sat alone in a bus seat two rows back from the driver, who worked for Mohonasen Transportation.
Police were called after the driver said he felt he could not safely transport Gocheski to school at Parsons Child and Family Center, "based on threats that the student made in an aggressive manner," police said in the release.
He got what he deserved. Next time he should consider joining society and acting like a rationale human being.
I know right? Those pesky mental health issues... if only he were Normal like everyone else.
Lets see. A medical professional with 2 plus years vs a cops 10 weeks makes the cops experts in dealing with every mentally disturbed person. LOL!
Cops did what they were trained for.
But some people hate cops so much, they see suspects as innocent victims of the man.
reply to post by stargatetravels
Not excusing it... see my post above yours... it was an accident a terrible accident.