Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Josh_R, Dec 23, 2011.
Sounds like these cops got a little excitable there...
Little more info:
I wondered if they videoed him getting strapped in etc... as I have seen on that Jail show they shoot video every time those time out chairs are used.
I thought the whole purpose of those restraining chairs and hoods was so that the suspect can't harm the officers or himself. Once he's in the chair with the hood over his face, why the hell would he need to be sprayed again?
Well I think you can only be strapped in the chair so long... so wondering if he resisted... got sprayed... put in chair... calms down... let out of chair... freaked outs again... sprayed... put in chair... etc...
Isn't SOP to dump them in a holding cell till they calm down? Where's Motorhead at?
Unless the guy was running into walls etc...
Then fuck him maaaaaannnnn!
Kidding, kidding. This is so fucked up. I hope the family wins the civil suit at least.
After fully reading said story, the whole thing seems off. No word from the Sheriff's Dept? Nothing beyond why he was arrested?
I don't like the wording of the story. A homicide is a killing of a person by a person. That's it. The story said it was ruled a homicide like that's a guilty verdict. If some gang banger breaks into your house with an automatic weapon and you kill him with a fork, that's a homicide. It just happens to be justifiable self defense.
I didn't read past that. I'll comment on the actual story later... just wanted to rant.
Why are women guards allowed to see convict cock? Are male guards allowed to see convict cunt?
Are there no privacy rights for convict cock and cunt?
I think some pigs have gotta die for this one.
Sounds like the cops were forced into dealing with this guy, because the wife wasn't willing to pay medical professionals to do it. Even if they did something wrong, why should she get any money out of it?
Because they were made aware that he had medical conditions (his medication was in his pants pocket when arrested), and they did not give him medical care or even request his medical records.
One manic pig is already dead. Many more to go...
He's running speed traps on people trying to get home for Christmas.
One law for us, another for them. This is why you don't get involved with cops. They aren't there to protect and serve anymore so just stay out of their line of sight.
If your ever in a position to deal with cops, your guilt or innocence doesn't matter to them, realize that you're probably going to die. Might as well take as many of them out as possible. I suggest running them over.
Oh, and this:
Translation: Not enough air got to his brain. Did they not intubate and bag the guy??
They did - they used a bag to pump the pepper spray directly into his lungs. It was quite efficient.
Aw. Can't take a lil Tabasco?
I'm not saying the cops shouldn't face charges. Just that the wife shouldn't get a pay day. She failed to take care of what she claims was an ill husband too, and passed the problem onto the cops.
Had she hired a doctor who then proceeded to neglect his duties, she would be entitled to sue. Had the cops been called to do some Police work, and then proceeded to neglect their duties, once again she'd be entitled to sue. But if you call the cops to help you with a medical issue, you are not entitled to sue when they do a poor job.
The cops can still be punished for any criminal wrongdoing of course, but they are not liable to this woman.
Are you fucking high? The dude was strapped in a chair while covered in pepper spray with the wife calling them begging them to take him to a hospital for his medication, and they ignored all of this and just let him die. That's picture perfect payday time.
You are 100% wrong on this one.
The guy had gone to the doctor for depression etc. He just up and left for Florida, and his wife notified the authorities ahead of time that he had medical problems. The sheriff of her town contacted the authorities to warn them about his medical conditions, and still they did not bother to heed any warnings and did not give him his medication or allow a doctor to treat him.