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#297 - She lightly pushed him. Is that hitting someone now-a-days? Ne…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/07/2012 on KO -8
User avatar #322 - randomathon (04/07/2012) [-]
lightly pushed him? rewatch the vid bud. Just because he has a badge doesn't make him a terrible awful person who isn't allowed to fight back.
#304 - anonymous (04/07/2012) [-]
You spelled yes wrong.
#278 - link related. Thanks to whoever posted this in the co… 04/07/2012 on KO -6
#272 - **** the police. Also, **** ever…  [+] (15 new replies) 04/07/2012 on KO -17
#307 - anonymous (04/07/2012) [-]
obvious 77troll is obvious
User avatar #305 - splatterfest (04/07/2012) [-]
By the way what would you say if it was a man doing that and the police officer hitting him?
User avatar #308 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Same thing. Gender doesn't matter. It was unnecessary force.
User avatar #313 - splatterfest (04/07/2012) [-]
Unnecessary force was the out of no where assault by the woman. Police have full right to do that.
User avatar #320 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Listen, where I live some guy was suspected of selling drugs a few months back. When the police went to search him he resisted, so they all decided it was justifiable to beat the living shit out of him. This was more than one, mind you. He wasn't allowed medical help in time and he died of brain injuries soon after. As far as I know nothing has been done to the police officers who did this. Whether he was selling drugs or not is irrelevant. They chased him down and beat him mercilessly. Then they arrested him and didn't get him to a hospital on time, so he fucking died. My mom talked to a lady who saw it first hand. There was even an article about it in the newspaper, I believe.

If police are given unwarranted power they will abuse it. This was not justified by any means. It was an abuse of police power.
User avatar #324 - splatterfest (04/07/2012) [-]
That story is sad and I do think that it was abuse of power but unrelated to the post, the woman pushed the officer and he retaliated. I believe police force should be used more often (I live in Canada) especially with that pathetic riot over the fucking Stanley cup if the cops would've used more force they could have saved 1000s in propriety damage. This cop who punched the lady saved EVERYONE a big hassle if she would not have stopped at the pushing. Its better safe then sorry I think in this situation.
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User avatar #309 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Actually I have a concealed carry permit. So no, I don't.
#349 - lostinthemusic (04/09/2012) [-]
User avatar #301 - splatterfest (04/07/2012) [-]
She was a fucking dumb bitch who assaulted a police officer. He had all the right in the world to do that.
User avatar #287 - randomathon (04/07/2012) [-]
so, she hits him, he hits back, OMG POLICE SUCK DUR HUR.
User avatar #297 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
She lightly pushed him. Is that hitting someone now-a-days? News to me.
What if I was angry at a woman and she pushed me? Would punching her in the face with a good amount of force be right? No. Since he has a badge does that make it right?
No.
User avatar #322 - randomathon (04/07/2012) [-]
lightly pushed him? rewatch the vid bud. Just because he has a badge doesn't make him a terrible awful person who isn't allowed to fight back.
#304 - anonymous (04/07/2012) [-]
You spelled yes wrong.
User avatar #278 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxlL0I5AWLI
link related.
Thanks to whoever posted this in the comments below.
#267 - Rodney King begs to differ.  [+] (2 new replies) 04/07/2012 on KO +2
User avatar #323 - anthonyd (04/07/2012) [-]
Did you ever see what he did? I have.
User avatar #326 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
It doesn't matter. Have you seen the beatings? He was laying on the ground with handcuffs on. Please don't tell me you're going to try to justify that.
#262 - I agree. Don't care whether or not it's justified by U.S. law.… 04/07/2012 on KO 0
#244 - Unnecessary force isn't within his rights. Scroll down. 04/07/2012 on KO -8
#239 - No, it was unnecessary force. That would also be unnecessary f…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/07/2012 on KO -7
#257 - IronWill (04/07/2012) [-]
Please do our society a favor and educated yourself. You don't know the difference between unnecessary and necessary force. The police is right to hit her because she assaulted him. Assaulting a policeman is illegal and he have every right to defend himself.
#249 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
So what you've been trying to say in this whole thread, is that any use of force is unnecessary?
If he had done nothing, she would have continued to harass him. If he had tried to restrain her, no way in hell would she have made that easy, and you'd still be here accusing him of brutality. He solved the problem immediately, and she walked off on her own power.

Anyways, I'm done arguing this.
#234 - Does that mean it wasn't unnecessary force? No.  [+] (4 new replies) 04/07/2012 on KO -8
User avatar #237 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
If he had stood there and beaten the woman, it would have been unnecessary force.
She hit him, he hit her, she stopped coming at him, he returned to what he was doing.
User avatar #239 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
No, it was unnecessary force. That would also be unnecessary force. But this is too.
#257 - IronWill (04/07/2012) [-]
Please do our society a favor and educated yourself. You don't know the difference between unnecessary and necessary force. The police is right to hit her because she assaulted him. Assaulting a policeman is illegal and he have every right to defend himself.
#249 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
So what you've been trying to say in this whole thread, is that any use of force is unnecessary?
If he had done nothing, she would have continued to harass him. If he had tried to restrain her, no way in hell would she have made that easy, and you'd still be here accusing him of brutality. He solved the problem immediately, and she walked off on her own power.

Anyways, I'm done arguing this.
#232 - There's something called unnecessary force. Google it.  [+] (6 new replies) 04/07/2012 on KO -8
User avatar #233 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
Was she hospitalized? No.
Was she killed? No.
Did she even need help walking away from the scene? No.

He didn't hit her as hard as you seem to think.
User avatar #234 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Does that mean it wasn't unnecessary force? No.
User avatar #237 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
If he had stood there and beaten the woman, it would have been unnecessary force.
She hit him, he hit her, she stopped coming at him, he returned to what he was doing.
User avatar #239 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
No, it was unnecessary force. That would also be unnecessary force. But this is too.
#257 - IronWill (04/07/2012) [-]
Please do our society a favor and educated yourself. You don't know the difference between unnecessary and necessary force. The police is right to hit her because she assaulted him. Assaulting a policeman is illegal and he have every right to defend himself.
#249 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
So what you've been trying to say in this whole thread, is that any use of force is unnecessary?
If he had done nothing, she would have continued to harass him. If he had tried to restrain her, no way in hell would she have made that easy, and you'd still be here accusing him of brutality. He solved the problem immediately, and she walked off on her own power.

Anyways, I'm done arguing this.
#231 - Three girls were standing around. He was trying to arrest one … 04/07/2012 on KO -10
#226 - You're* And that's not what I'm arguing about. I realize s… 04/07/2012 on KO -12
#221 - A strong punch in the face before asking her to put her hands …  [+] (8 new replies) 04/07/2012 on KO -7
User avatar #230 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
Again. She assaulted a police officer. He is within his rights to respond with force.
User avatar #232 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
There's something called unnecessary force. Google it.
User avatar #233 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
Was she hospitalized? No.
Was she killed? No.
Did she even need help walking away from the scene? No.

He didn't hit her as hard as you seem to think.
User avatar #234 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Does that mean it wasn't unnecessary force? No.
User avatar #237 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
If he had stood there and beaten the woman, it would have been unnecessary force.
She hit him, he hit her, she stopped coming at him, he returned to what he was doing.
User avatar #239 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
No, it was unnecessary force. That would also be unnecessary force. But this is too.
#257 - IronWill (04/07/2012) [-]
Please do our society a favor and educated yourself. You don't know the difference between unnecessary and necessary force. The police is right to hit her because she assaulted him. Assaulting a policeman is illegal and he have every right to defend himself.
#249 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
So what you've been trying to say in this whole thread, is that any use of force is unnecessary?
If he had done nothing, she would have continued to harass him. If he had tried to restrain her, no way in hell would she have made that easy, and you'd still be here accusing him of brutality. He solved the problem immediately, and she walked off on her own power.

Anyways, I'm done arguing this.
#216 - don't give a **** bring 'em on  [+] (2 new replies) 04/07/2012 on KO -12
User avatar #223 - thesnarfalarker (04/07/2012) [-]
your still wrong. The cop was arresting someone and she motherfucking ASSAULTED HIM
User avatar #226 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
You're*
And that's not what I'm arguing about. I realize she assaulted him, I'm saying he used unnecessary force in response.
#213 - Well that is who decides the law in a court, of course there's…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/07/2012 on KO -11
User avatar #227 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
Being angry doesn't make his every action brutality. You keep going back to saying he was mad as if that makes him wrong.
He was already struggling to restrain one person. I doubt he would be successful with two separate people resisting arrest. He was assaulted by a spectator, and responded in kind.
User avatar #231 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Three girls were standing around. He was trying to arrest one of them. The other one gave him a light push, therefore the right response is to punch her in the face.
....
#207 - Comment deleted 04/07/2012 on KO -5
#203 - Comment deleted 04/07/2012 on KO -5
#200 - If he would have taken her down after she didn't comply to a r…  [+] (14 new replies) 04/07/2012 on KO -10
User avatar #215 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
She had already assaulted a police officer, while he was attempting to restrain someone else. She obviously won't just lie down on the ground because he said so.
She was an obstruction of justice. He solved the problem quickly.
"You can clearly see the anger on the cops face." He is surrounded by people yelling at him, while trying to restrain someone who is resisting arrest. Is he probably mad? Yes. Does that mean that anything he does from that point on is brutality? No.
User avatar #221 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
A strong punch in the face before asking her to put her hands behind her back or trying to arrest her isn't brutality.
this is new.
User avatar #230 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
Again. She assaulted a police officer. He is within his rights to respond with force.
User avatar #232 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
There's something called unnecessary force. Google it.
User avatar #233 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
Was she hospitalized? No.
Was she killed? No.
Did she even need help walking away from the scene? No.

He didn't hit her as hard as you seem to think.
User avatar #234 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Does that mean it wasn't unnecessary force? No.
User avatar #237 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
If he had stood there and beaten the woman, it would have been unnecessary force.
She hit him, he hit her, she stopped coming at him, he returned to what he was doing.
User avatar #239 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
No, it was unnecessary force. That would also be unnecessary force. But this is too.
#257 - IronWill (04/07/2012) [-]
Please do our society a favor and educated yourself. You don't know the difference between unnecessary and necessary force. The police is right to hit her because she assaulted him. Assaulting a policeman is illegal and he have every right to defend himself.
#249 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
So what you've been trying to say in this whole thread, is that any use of force is unnecessary?
If he had done nothing, she would have continued to harass him. If he had tried to restrain her, no way in hell would she have made that easy, and you'd still be here accusing him of brutality. He solved the problem immediately, and she walked off on her own power.

Anyways, I'm done arguing this.
#212 - thesnarfalarker (04/07/2012) [-]
Red thumbs mean stop
User avatar #216 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
don't give a fuck
bring 'em on
User avatar #223 - thesnarfalarker (04/07/2012) [-]
your still wrong. The cop was arresting someone and she motherfucking ASSAULTED HIM
User avatar #226 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
You're*
And that's not what I'm arguing about. I realize she assaulted him, I'm saying he used unnecessary force in response.
#194 - Yeah, I'm sure the jury would be real happy with that one. Wou…  [+] (6 new replies) 04/07/2012 on KO -9
#243 - pizzaweed (04/07/2012) [-]
The fact that you're still blatantly ignoring the fact that the Officer was completely within his rights, as entitled by his job, and U.S. Law, astounds and enrages me.
User avatar #244 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Unnecessary force isn't within his rights. Scroll down.
#205 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
That wasn't what you said. You claimed it wouldn't be justified by law. It is.
Would it fly well with a jury? No, because they're full of people like you who think being a woman gets her some kind of free pass to shove people who aren't involved with her.
User avatar #213 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Well that is who decides the law in a court, of course there's also a judge, so that is what I said. It wouldn't be alright if it was a man either. The cop punched someone in the face out of anger using unnecessary force. And now everyone thinks it's justified because he carries a badge.
SPOILER ALERT:
It's not.
User avatar #227 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
Being angry doesn't make his every action brutality. You keep going back to saying he was mad as if that makes him wrong.
He was already struggling to restrain one person. I doubt he would be successful with two separate people resisting arrest. He was assaulted by a spectator, and responded in kind.
User avatar #231 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Three girls were standing around. He was trying to arrest one of them. The other one gave him a light push, therefore the right response is to punch her in the face.
....
#188 - I understand it's illegal. Is a normal response to someone doi… 04/07/2012 on KO -9
#87 - Comment deleted 04/07/2012 on KO -14
#77 - Let me put it this way, if an unarmed woman pushed you, who we…  [+] (10 new replies) 04/07/2012 on KO -13
#189 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
If a woman pushed me, and I punched her in the face, that's self-defense. Aka, justified in a court of law.
#194 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Yeah, I'm sure the jury would be real happy with that one. Wouldn't find anything wrong with it at all.
#243 - pizzaweed (04/07/2012) [-]
The fact that you're still blatantly ignoring the fact that the Officer was completely within his rights, as entitled by his job, and U.S. Law, astounds and enrages me.
User avatar #244 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Unnecessary force isn't within his rights. Scroll down.
#205 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
That wasn't what you said. You claimed it wouldn't be justified by law. It is.
Would it fly well with a jury? No, because they're full of people like you who think being a woman gets her some kind of free pass to shove people who aren't involved with her.
User avatar #213 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Well that is who decides the law in a court, of course there's also a judge, so that is what I said. It wouldn't be alright if it was a man either. The cop punched someone in the face out of anger using unnecessary force. And now everyone thinks it's justified because he carries a badge.
SPOILER ALERT:
It's not.
User avatar #227 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
Being angry doesn't make his every action brutality. You keep going back to saying he was mad as if that makes him wrong.
He was already struggling to restrain one person. I doubt he would be successful with two separate people resisting arrest. He was assaulted by a spectator, and responded in kind.
User avatar #231 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Three girls were standing around. He was trying to arrest one of them. The other one gave him a light push, therefore the right response is to punch her in the face.
....
User avatar #124 - divviyday (04/07/2012) [-]
I dont think you understand that IT'S ILLEGAL TO ASSAULT A POLICE OFFICER. It doesnt matter what you do them. Its still illegal. She had no right to interfere with the arrest. She wouldnt of gotten punched if she would've just stayed out of the way and hadn't pushed the officer.
User avatar #188 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
I understand it's illegal. Is a normal response to someone doing something illegal a punch in the face from a police officer?
#75 - Comment deleted  [+] (11 new replies) 04/07/2012 on KO -14
User avatar #77 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Let me put it this way, if an unarmed woman pushed you, who were also unarmed, do you think it would be justified in a court of law if you were to hit her in the face? No? Then why is it different for a police officer who is armed? His badge gives him rights over the law? I think not.
#189 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
If a woman pushed me, and I punched her in the face, that's self-defense. Aka, justified in a court of law.
#194 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Yeah, I'm sure the jury would be real happy with that one. Wouldn't find anything wrong with it at all.
#243 - pizzaweed (04/07/2012) [-]
The fact that you're still blatantly ignoring the fact that the Officer was completely within his rights, as entitled by his job, and U.S. Law, astounds and enrages me.
User avatar #244 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Unnecessary force isn't within his rights. Scroll down.
#205 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
That wasn't what you said. You claimed it wouldn't be justified by law. It is.
Would it fly well with a jury? No, because they're full of people like you who think being a woman gets her some kind of free pass to shove people who aren't involved with her.
User avatar #213 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Well that is who decides the law in a court, of course there's also a judge, so that is what I said. It wouldn't be alright if it was a man either. The cop punched someone in the face out of anger using unnecessary force. And now everyone thinks it's justified because he carries a badge.
SPOILER ALERT:
It's not.
User avatar #227 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
Being angry doesn't make his every action brutality. You keep going back to saying he was mad as if that makes him wrong.
He was already struggling to restrain one person. I doubt he would be successful with two separate people resisting arrest. He was assaulted by a spectator, and responded in kind.
User avatar #231 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Three girls were standing around. He was trying to arrest one of them. The other one gave him a light push, therefore the right response is to punch her in the face.
....
User avatar #124 - divviyday (04/07/2012) [-]
I dont think you understand that IT'S ILLEGAL TO ASSAULT A POLICE OFFICER. It doesnt matter what you do them. Its still illegal. She had no right to interfere with the arrest. She wouldnt of gotten punched if she would've just stayed out of the way and hadn't pushed the officer.
User avatar #188 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
I understand it's illegal. Is a normal response to someone doing something illegal a punch in the face from a police officer?
#65 - Comment deleted 04/07/2012 on KO -12
#64 - I realize that, but because she pushed him doesn't give him th…  [+] (16 new replies) 04/07/2012 on KO -18
#191 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
So you wouldn't be screaming "police brutality" if he had manhandled her to the ground, or tased her?
Bullshit.
User avatar #200 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
If he would have taken her down after she didn't comply to a request from him for her to put her hands behind her back, then no, I wouldn't. You can clearly see the anger on the cops face.
A woman pushes a police officer. Therefore the right action in response to that is a punch in the face. lolwat? How does that make sense to you all? He didn't do it because he felt threatened or felt it was needed. He did it because her pushing him made him mad.
User avatar #215 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
She had already assaulted a police officer, while he was attempting to restrain someone else. She obviously won't just lie down on the ground because he said so.
She was an obstruction of justice. He solved the problem quickly.
"You can clearly see the anger on the cops face." He is surrounded by people yelling at him, while trying to restrain someone who is resisting arrest. Is he probably mad? Yes. Does that mean that anything he does from that point on is brutality? No.
User avatar #221 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
A strong punch in the face before asking her to put her hands behind her back or trying to arrest her isn't brutality.
this is new.
User avatar #230 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
Again. She assaulted a police officer. He is within his rights to respond with force.
User avatar #232 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
There's something called unnecessary force. Google it.
User avatar #233 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
Was she hospitalized? No.
Was she killed? No.
Did she even need help walking away from the scene? No.

He didn't hit her as hard as you seem to think.
User avatar #234 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
Does that mean it wasn't unnecessary force? No.
User avatar #237 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
If he had stood there and beaten the woman, it would have been unnecessary force.
She hit him, he hit her, she stopped coming at him, he returned to what he was doing.
User avatar #239 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
No, it was unnecessary force. That would also be unnecessary force. But this is too.
#257 - IronWill (04/07/2012) [-]
Please do our society a favor and educated yourself. You don't know the difference between unnecessary and necessary force. The police is right to hit her because she assaulted him. Assaulting a policeman is illegal and he have every right to defend himself.
#249 - SemiAnon (04/07/2012) [-]
So what you've been trying to say in this whole thread, is that any use of force is unnecessary?
If he had done nothing, she would have continued to harass him. If he had tried to restrain her, no way in hell would she have made that easy, and you'd still be here accusing him of brutality. He solved the problem immediately, and she walked off on her own power.

Anyways, I'm done arguing this.
#212 - thesnarfalarker (04/07/2012) [-]
Red thumbs mean stop
User avatar #216 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
don't give a fuck
bring 'em on
User avatar #223 - thesnarfalarker (04/07/2012) [-]
your still wrong. The cop was arresting someone and she motherfucking ASSAULTED HIM
User avatar #226 - CargeLock (04/07/2012) [-]
You're*
And that's not what I'm arguing about. I realize she assaulted him, I'm saying he used unnecessary force in response.
#60 - Incorrect. /b/ ******* loves cats. 04/07/2012 on 4chan +16
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