ramsej84 wrote:Yes that is the one... but luckily he was caught. He had the guts to go and handcuff him! Amazing ...
If there was no video
-Cop gives false testimony
-Media vilifies victim
-Use of force is justified
- nothing comes out of protest
ramsej84 wrote:Dramatic video shows Arizona police using car to take down suspect from the land of the free... after last week's video that came out showing a Police officer firing and killing an unarmed man at the back... [source]If something like this happened elsewhere they would have declared a war reason being lack of human rights
pyrasur wrote:Psh found out the dude was running around with a stolen rifle. No longer feeling any sympathy that the police acted to stop this criminal.
pyrasur wrote:From my experience if one has a reasonable expectation that someone poses a danger, they are required to take action. It does not have to be 100% certainty, but if someone creates a risk, the law removes their right to protection in the interest of general safety. From there the response has to be proportional to the risk.
Not a lawyer or anything, but that's my understanding of how the ROE works. Totally agree though that officers should be held responsible, but you have to be careful. It's easy to Monday quarterback, much harder to make a decision in a few seconds. Their training tells them they must make a decision, even if they are not 100% certain it's the right one. But better 70% than no decision at all.
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Machiavellico wrote:I'm curious. What's with all the hate from football fans on RB Leipzig?
I get the way they came on stage with all the money and stuff, but the way they choose for a rather young side is something quite admirable(at least in my view). And the guy that calls the shots there now, Rangnick, he's a pretty darn impressive guy. What he did with Hoffenheim is something special.
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