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  • Nick07Oct 3, 2014 at 2:37 pm

    The Police Official was in the wrong by hitting this women, and he should of been convicted just as any other person would for assaulting someone. The fact that he is a Police Officer gives him no right to go against his power, he should of detained this women and put her in a local holding cell overnight, so she learns to listen to the law. I agree with your point that the Police Force needs to recruit people that are respectful of the law and trustworthy to not go over their power. For example, the Ferguson killing was just uncalled for and we need to do something about Police hurting/killing people because of race or social profiling.

  • SavySo_ViciousOct 3, 2014 at 1:59 pm

    I agree with the aurthor as well. As a police officer, don’t you get sweared in or something like that? To protect the people and so on? THey work for society. Yes, the victim was in the wrong as far as walking on the freeway with no shoes on, that seems very suspect and unsafe so it is good that officials were there. He did not have probably cause to attack her the way he did. She did resist, but did not put his life in harm to where he had to defend himself to that extent. Now imagine if she had fought back because of his initial attack, there is no doubt in my mind they would have charged her for assulting an officer because that was taken way too far. I am glad that he decided to resign because he saw the fault in his actions. And as far for the victim, well, lets just say shes sitting pretty haha.

  • wanakitaOct 2, 2014 at 1:59 pm

    I totally agree with your argument. The police commander or who ever that recruit polices should recruit people that will fully respect laws and criticizing of the U.S. I am truly disappointed by this named police officer and his brutal act against this woman.

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