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Cops Celebrate After Punching & Kicking Restrained Man 12 Times On The Head
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[video=youtube]http://youtu.be/X612uNvinIo[/video]
It's the "BILL OF RIGHTS" not the bill of "needs"
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Fired? That's it? They need to be criminally prosecuted under Federal law.

The victim needs to sue them into eternity.

CL
Now I lay me to sleep, beside my bed a Glock I keep. If I wake & find you inside, Coroner's van will be your next ride.
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So they kicked him in the head because they thought he had a gun? What happened to controlling his hands? You know, cause it would have been a lot harder for him to shoot them with his head than his hands. Rolleyes

CL: I agree that charges should be filed. At least for now something was done, which is more than can be said for so many of these abuses.
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Customloaded;101879 Wrote:Fired? That's it? They need to be criminally prosecuted under Federal law.

The victim needs to sue them into eternity.

CL

I'd say that since they've been fired, they no longer enjoy the protections of qualified immunity. Every officer should be individually sued.
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streaker69;101885 Wrote:I'd say that since they've been fired, they no longer enjoy the protections of qualified immunity. Every officer should be individually sued.

I'd say that qualified immunity is bullshit, and no government employee should be protected by it.
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bac0nfat;101888 Wrote:
streaker69;101885 Wrote:I'd say that since they've been fired, they no longer enjoy the protections of qualified immunity. Every officer should be individually sued.

I'd say that qualified immunity is bullshit, and no government employee should be protected by it.

No argument from me about that.
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streaker69;101889 Wrote:
bac0nfat;101888 Wrote:I'd say that qualified immunity is bullshit, and no government employee should be protected by it.

No argument from me about that.

Or me. I actually had a coworker complain that, because of another department he worked for, he didn't have as much legal/employment protection as he did elsewhere (difficulty setting up a FOP lodge, etc.). My response: "Well, if you don't do anything that could get you fired/sued, it's not really a problem, is it?". That didn't sit to well with him Confused.
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