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Ruler said:
Metroid33slayer said:
He forced her to the ground so he could cuff her, that is not assault that is good policing. I did not see any punching or kicking. People are only "offended" because it was a black girl, if it was a white male then this would not be a story.


and if she wouldnt be a black female you wouldnt make such a comment


I don't think there would be a story if that girl wasn't black.



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Rab said:
Lawlight said:


Wtf? That's how you would deal with this situation? Remove the whole class (maybe even dismiss it) for her sake?

Think ouside the box, why tf be predictable 


Might as well ask 'why be effective?'.



Aeolus451 said:
V-r0cK said:

I guess she asked for it, and no wonder everybody else in the class looked like they didn't really care because they probably wanted her out for disrupting the class.

But I would've tried dragging her out by the chair first before using physical harm.

No one in the class room even seems bothered by the whole thing even though it was a girl being arrested.

Yet this vid gets barely any attention.

In this situation, it would be perfectly fine to "slam" him/put him on the ground which cops are permitted to do but honestly, cops are not supposed to fist fight or try to gout people into hitting them.

Agreed, in no way cops should ever have to fist fight like in the video you just showed.  (unless like the cop is fighting for his life against like a guy with a knife or a gang).  That cop is just wrong in that video.



Ruler said:
Metroid33slayer said:
He forced her to the ground so he could cuff her, that is not assault that is good policing. I did not see any punching or kicking. People are only "offended" because it was a black girl, if it was a white male then this would not be a story.


and if she wouldnt be a black female you wouldnt make such a comment

You're correct because it would recieve zero coverage, meaning no one would've posted this video on this site.



Fuck sake. Watching the news these days is like watching Rome burn. Goodbye society.



 

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AbbathTheGrim said:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tq4BR5KHuqA

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- he tells her to stand up, and she refuses, then the events shown in the video happened


There's the problem.



I dont get it.

1) if the teacher had to call the cops on her, she did something bad enough that the school didnt want to deal with her
2) Why did she ignore the police officer when he told her to do something? that is resisting arrest, you know how that ends, I guess she was feeling entitled because she is a manor ?
3) she is kind of big, is not an innocent kid, that with the fact that the teacher had to call the cops on her and I dont see what the officer did wrong.

Can someone explain me why the officer is the bad guy in this story? what am I missing?



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Lawlight said:
Rab said:

Think ouside the box, why tf be predictable 


Might as well ask 'why be effective?'.


Can you prove anything not trying?  If you dont try then any view you might have is incomplete at best



John2290 said:
Fuck sake. Watching the news these days is like watching Rome burn. Goodbye society.

Almost makes you wonder if people insist on shoving it in our faces so we end up giving up even more.



This is the third thread that's made me cringe to think of sharing this forum with some people.



 

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