Police using extreme force!

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#1 Feb 13, 2014
What the hell is wrong with these cops? I can sit and watch a beheading and it doesn't bother me at all but this shit here makes me lose my mind makes me crazy this man did nothing to deserve this nothing And yes my eyes had started to water from this shit we all know what would happen if this happen here in Lucedale May God be with everbody from these evil bastards!

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“John 3:16”

Since: Sep 09

George County, MS. USA

#2 Feb 13, 2014
He brought it on himself but they should have used or had tazers to avoid most of it. Especially since one stated he had a knife on him.

Since: Jun 12

Lucedale

#3 Feb 13, 2014
The_SCOOP wrote:
He brought it on himself but they should have used or had tazers to avoid most of it. Especially since one stated he had a knife on him.
He brought it on himself? Thy should have used tazers? Yea those are answers and solutions! Instead of beating the poor guy with a stick lets send 50,000 volts through the guys a few times. Not to worry we use 2000 volts on guys in the electric chair so long as its not continuous he'll be fine!!!!

Gotta be kiddin me. The statement you made is how 90% of America thinks and it scares me. I cannot believe that the herd mentality is so strong. If you are getting beaten by guys in costumes don't worry I'll be the first to ask them to electrocute you instead.

Violence is violence it doesn't matter where it comes from, now by no means am I a pacifist. I've been there in a costume giving the beatings, some on principle alone, but that doesn't make it right. As a servant of the law you should be held to the standards of Cesar's wife. This is why we need to move towards privatized security, if those officers were being paid directly by the friends and family of that citizen, I guarantee you, they would have handled that differently.

A system where there are too many hurdles forces us to walk around them rather than facing them head on.

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#4 Feb 13, 2014
The_SCOOP wrote:
He brought it on himself but they should have used or had tazers to avoid most of it. Especially since one stated he had a knife on him.
Sop im sorry but hell no he didnt is it because he's black this man did not deserve this shit

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#5 Feb 13, 2014
The_SCOOP wrote:
He brought it on himself but they should have used or had tazers to avoid most of it. Especially since one stated he had a knife on him.
Scoopat the hell has got into you that really being a christain you are in the wrong

“John 3:16”

Since: Sep 09

George County, MS. USA

#6 Feb 13, 2014
The explaining factor is voltage. Although stun guns have low current, they have a very high voltage. Physiologically speaking, the taser works by 'passing' a huge potential difference (voltage) through the body in order to overcome resistance, trigger action potential, and reach all parts of the body, along with the resultant effects on muscular activity. A current of 2 mA is also sufficient to trigger action potential and cause an uncontrollable muscle spasm. Physiological effects are determined by a combination of voltage, amperage, and time; actual lethality is largely determined by amperage. High voltage and low amperage will not kill someone quickly but will have instantaneous effects on the body; low voltage and high amperage (coupled with an extended period of time) will be lethal but takes time to kill. An example of the latter would be an electric chair, which has a voltage value of approx 2000 V but a current of around 10 A. Compare this to a stun gun, which has an average voltage of around 250,000 V but a current of only .003 A. The same principle of high voltage, low amperage allows us to touch an operating Van de Graaf generator without any serious harm.
There are many factors involved in determining the level of danger involved in an electric shock. If you are talking about a source which has a low internal resistance and a continuous supply (like a battery or an AC wall socket), then anything over 24V is generally considered possibly dangerous, although a person under most circumstances would probably not have any harmful or painful effects from anything less than about 80V DC or 50V AC. It depends on how sweaty they are and whether the electrodes penetrate the skin or clothing, etc. Also, very high voltages tend to cause dielectric breakdown, so that you actually get more current than Ohm's law (using the resistance as measured at low-voltage) suggests. In the case of a capacitive source charged to a few hundred volts, the current will be VERY high initially, and will decay exponentially. The total energy delivered and the waveshape (current vs. time), as well as the path through the body, will determine the physiological effects. Flash capacitors are often 100uF or more, which would store about 5 Joules of energy at 300V. Typical cardiac defibrillator energy is 200 Joules per shock - but bear in mind that that is designed to guarantee total contraction of both ventricles of the heart. So, it is unlikely but definitely possible for someone to be killed by a 100uF capacitor charged to 300V. It would surely hurt a lot, and the peak current could easily be a half an amp (500mA), considering a human body resistance of about 1000 ohms (this is low in general, but possibly not for sweaty skin at 300V). Typical low voltage human body hand to hand resistance is about 100k ohms, depending upon how hard one grasps the electrical contacts. A person with a lot of sweat could easily be less than 10k ohms at low voltage, and a lot lower with dielectric breakdown at higher voltages. 209.6.248.221 05:08, 16 November 2007 (UTC)

“John 3:16”

Since: Sep 09

George County, MS. USA

#7 Feb 13, 2014
Got nothing to do with anything. How would you have handled it?

“John 3:16”

Since: Sep 09

George County, MS. USA

#8 Feb 13, 2014
Bottom line is: What are you going to do about it? We can go on and on and I can show you videos worse than this. What about the patrolman who dragged an elderly lady out of a car? He did get fired. How about giving some advice on how to handle this situation should you be in it? I'm not excusing anyone. Get your cameras out and start taping.

“John 3:16”

Since: Sep 09

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#9 Feb 13, 2014
BLUEGIRL

Milton, FL

#10 Feb 13, 2014
All of you kooks need educating about law. When you need them, you cry

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#12 Feb 13, 2014
The_SCOOP wrote:
Got nothing to do with anything. How would you have handled it?
How can we handled it? I tell you how ever dam person arm themself for this kind of shit thats how like i always have said a bitch with a badge untill the bitch has no badge then it's a whole new ball game i seen it to many times power of a badge untill its gone

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#13 Feb 14, 2014
The_SCOOP wrote:
He brought it on himself but they should have used or had tasers to avoid most of it. Especially since one stated he had a knife on him.
Please justify to me how he " brought it on himself". If 2 men at least 200 pounds each can't get a man that may weigh 175 to turn over without using a stick and a taser as well as one punching him in the head and face several times, They need to find a different line of work.

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#14 Feb 14, 2014
mentul_autocrat wrote:
<quoted text> Please justify to me how he " brought it on himself". If 2 men at least 200 pounds each can't get a man that may weigh 175 to turn over without using a stick and a taser as well as one punching him in the head and face several times, They need to find a different line of work.
Thank you mentul! Good to see you this morning you can call us sometimes And i agree with you there was not one need in this man being treated this of way And yes they are many videos that worse then this one give a man or a woman a badge and there head swell up...

“John 3:16”

Since: Sep 09

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#15 Feb 14, 2014
This is a good guide from both sides.

http://www.instructables.com/id/What-to-do-if...
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Do not get into an argument with the police.
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Keep your hands where the police can see them.
Do not run. Do not touch any police officer.
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Do not complain on the scene or tell the police they are wrong or that you are going to file a complaint.
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Remember officer badge & patrol car numbers.
Write down everything you remember ASAP.
Try to find witnesses & their names & phone numbers.
If you are injured, take photographs of the injuries as soon as possible, but make sure you seek medical attention first.

If you feel your rights have been violated, file a written complaint with police department internal affairs division or civilian complaint board, or call the ACLU hotline, 1-877-6-PROFILE.

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#16 Feb 14, 2014
Wait till it happens here i dont think it will just saying but if it did be ever black in George Co plus whites but you know what im saying would happen wouldnt be nice

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#18 Feb 14, 2014
Please watch the video so sad that shit bag cops would do a 80 year old man this way

http://filmingcops.com/cops-execute-80-yr-old...

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