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post #1 of 6 Old 08-22-2012, 10:50 AM Thread Starter
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Should be fired...

If she had listened, he wouldn't have had to get forceful with her. You can clearly tell she's drunk. When he goes to push her against her car, she trips over the curb (that she apparently has already driven her car over) and slams her head into the car.

Who's right? The debate I'm sure will get heated and escalate to this thread closing at some point.

In my view:

-She's drunk and uncooperative, she should go to jail.
-He was impatient and she really wasn't doing anything wrong, other than not following his order to stay in the car, and get off the phone.

Either way, he should be fired for treating a Camaro like that. C'mon, next time just body slam her to the ground, but don't hit the Camaro!

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post #2 of 6 Old 08-22-2012, 11:44 AM
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**** **** got real
it does look bad for the cop just shoving her into the car.
some cops are just having a bad day/impatient. maybe he got fire cause this was not his first disorderly conduct.
seriously though she wasnt even a threat-

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post #3 of 6 Old 08-22-2012, 12:24 PM
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The police officer has been terminated and charged with criminal battery after the incident was reviewed by the department.

The lady was pulled over because her car matched the description of a hit and run driver that hit two vehicles and fled the scene it's not like he was going to release her when he asked her to get back in the car. The lady did not file a report on the officer for excessive force but his superiors felt that his use of force was not necessary and inappropriate in this case.

IMO...just another example of justice being served on both parties.
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Great news! We don't need asshats like that wearing badges.

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post #5 of 6 Old 08-22-2012, 02:42 PM
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This was a huge debate at work today and here's my point; so take it for what it's worth.

I completely agree that she should have listened and all this could have been avoided..... However, IMO- she didn't resist being arrested. Yes, she was disobeying a Law Enforcement Officer, but I didn't see her putting up a fight or resisting anything in which need that much force. Was she questioning him? Yes, and you can hear that in the video. Was there a need for that much force on his part? No- plain and simple. She still has rights, even though she was intoxicated, and I believe he took it too far. If you listen closely to the audio, he loses his temper before he ever gets out of the car. That, more than likely, is what got him in trouble. He threw her a total of 3 times against the car. The second one was clearly uncalled for. The 3rd one is the way he should have handled her the entire time.

Had that been my daughter, Chyanne, being slammed up against a car like that, I would have come unglued. Did she deserve to go to jail? Yes, but in no way should the officer have treated her that way.
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post #6 of 6 Old 08-22-2012, 05:34 PM
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This happend near where I live, I had not heard that she was drunk. The news report stated that he was a veteran office and should have know better and yes he has been fired for exessive force as well he should have been and the city of P cola will have to repair the Camaro if there is any dammage.

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