posted on Oct, 17 2010 @ 07:56 AM
Ok. What I saw in that video was a state guardian (cop or whatever) abusing a young lad...it is mentioned that he is 13 years old. The young fellow is
manacled by handcuffs or some other form of restraint, and he is being slapped and punched about the head, and a bucket is roughly placed over his
head and he is kicked. The camera is turned away from the abuse, but has already captured and signified what is going on in that room.
Now, correct me if I am wrong, but aren't cops, from whichever country, supposed to arrest and detain using physical force if required if the suspect
resists, but are not meant to dole out any punishment as punitive retribution. Their warrant authority does not extend to them being judge and
executioner. This particular cop needs to end up in a dark alley, on his own, facing the family or friends of this young victim, because that is what
this cop made of his young alleged felon.
It is way past the time for the police federations around the world to begin dealing swiftly and harshly with abusive members of their forces, or the
public will do it for them. The public want to support the police when they are doing their tough job, but this sort of abusive behaviour cannot be
supported or tolerated. Seeing this kind of behaviour from people we are supposed to trust and support makes us all feel pretty bad...and I don't
care that it's Paraguay, or some other God-forsaken # hole...decency should be universal and mandatory. Period.