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    #31
    Originally posted by itwasntme View Post
    i'd still like to know what her alleged assault was.
    My guess is she was D&D. She probably pushed or slapped the cop.

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      #32
      Originally posted by BKR View Post
      It is not for nothing it is called an "arm bar takedown... it's a standard takedown that cops use.

      Again, I'd say he probably used more force than necessary given the circumstances in the video. There was some narrative that she had already battered him, though, or something like that, so can't be sure of that.

      If she wasn't injured (seriously), NBD IMO, but I'm no "use of force" expert.

      If it weren't controlled, it would not have worked, and it worked very well.

      Yeah. it is definitely the industry "safe" throw Much better than using some sort of standing scarf because you dont control the head or neck.

      Tragic police trainers are tragic.

      https://youtu.be/w_Zub3HsCLw

      There is quite often a sort of super unsafe front of the knee wizzer jammed in there as well. Which makes the face plant more face planty.
      Last edited by gregaquaman; 4/10/2017 11:36pm, .

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        #33
        I think he was moonlighting from his job at United.

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          #34
          Originally posted by ermghoti View Post
          I think he was moonlighting from his job at United.
          I have exactly zero sympathy for that United guy. He was told directly to get the fuck off that plane and when the cops came to "escort" him off he resisted and pulled a dead weight. I personally would have dragged his stupid ass out by his feet so his face would drag on the floor the whole way out.

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            #35
            Originally posted by Bneterasedmynam View Post
            I have exactly zero sympathy for that United guy. He was told directly to get the fuck off that plane and when the cops came to "escort" him off he resisted and pulled a dead weight. I personally would have dragged his stupid ass out by his feet so his face would drag on the floor the whole way out.
            I should also mention his screams. Who the fuck screams like that?? The cops should have shoved their batons handle deep up his ass just for having to listen to that shit.

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              #36
              Which is why, Bless your heart, you qualify as a piece of shit most the time.

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                #37
                Originally posted by Bneterasedmynam View Post
                I should also mention his screams. Who the fuck screams like that?? The cops should have shoved their batons handle deep up his ass just for having to listen to that shit.
                maybe he self-identifies as a woman and we should all just be mindful of his/her feelings.

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                  #38
                  Originally posted by Bneterasedmynam View Post
                  My guess is she was D&D. She probably pushed or slapped the cop.
                  You can see her stumble forward and touch him and then he goes beast mode.

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                    #39
                    Originally posted by gregaquaman View Post
                    Yeah. it is definitely the industry "safe" throw Much better than using some sort of standing scarf because you dont control the head or neck.

                    Tragic police trainers are tragic.

                    https://youtu.be/w_Zub3HsCLw

                    There is quite often a sort of super unsafe front of the knee wizzer jammed in there as well. Which makes the face plant more face planty.
                    Thats horrible and Aikido is still garbage in or out of magic pants.

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                      #40
                      Originally posted by Raycetpfl View Post
                      You can see her stumble forward and touch him and then he goes beast mode.
                      unless i need glasses, the video starts with the woman already being somewhat restrained by the officer. this is my main problem with these videos: they always start literally five seconds before the alleged misuse of force.

                      the guy in the background didn't say "that cop fucked up" until he threw the lady, which leads me to believe everything he was doing leading up to that point was justified.

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                        #41
                        Originally posted by itwasntme View Post
                        unless i need glasses, the video starts with the woman already being somewhat restrained by the officer. this is my main problem with these videos: they always start literally five seconds before the alleged misuse of force.

                        the guy in the background didn't say "that cop fucked up" until he threw the lady, which leads me to believe everything he was doing leading up to that point was justified.
                        He grabs her and gives her some instructions I assume and she says ,"what did I do?" and is kinda gently hand fighting a bit and stumbles towards him pushing a bit. That's when he goes full outlaw judoka on her and breaks her face.

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                          #42
                          Originally posted by Raycetpfl View Post
                          He grabs her and gives her some instructions I assume and she says ,"what did I do?" and is kinda gently hand fighting a bit and stumbles towards him pushing a bit. That's when he goes full outlaw judoka on her and breaks her face.
                          yeah, but what happened before the recording started or the potentially edited video was splattered on the internet? i had to stop watching these videos because i wasn't actually there and making assumptions only made my blood boil.

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                            #43
                            Originally posted by itwasntme View Post
                            yeah, but what happened before the recording started or the potentially edited video was splattered on the internet? i had to stop watching these videos because i wasn't actually there and making assumptions only made my blood boil.
                            I dont think that's the case here. As far as why the girl was gonna be restrained they kinda spell it out in the news story. They were being detained for an interview and the cop told her as such. The misuse of force didn't occur until the face plant ......sooooo yeah we got that part. He overreacted to her drunk girl hand fighting.

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                              #44
                              Originally posted by Raycetpfl View Post
                              I dont think that's the case here. As far as why the girl was gonna be restrained they kinda spell it out in the news story. They were being detained for an interview and the cop told her as such. The misuse of force didn't occur until the face plant ......sooooo yeah we got that part. He overreacted to her drunk girl hand fighting.
                              damn it, you had me going. the officers say there was more than just an "interview" taking place:

                              Kimble said the police were called about a disturbance involving Surat's boyfriend. As the officers gathered information, Kimble said, Surat "shoulder-checked" one of them, along with a bouncer.

                              Surat then tried to leave the area with her boyfriend, Kimble said. When the police said he wasn't free to go, she "physically obstructed and struck" the officer.
                              http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/...hnique-n744426

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                                #45
                                Originally posted by itwasntme View Post
                                damn it, you had me going. the officers say there was more than just an "interview" taking place:



                                http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/...hnique-n744426
                                None of that excuses what the cop did though. If there was some sort of danger to cops safety prior to the slam she would have already been on the ground. The cop got mad and slammed her, nothing prior excuses that action. I also read that the cops are claiming they have body cam footage that "shows more". So if it backs their position as they claim why are they not releasing it??

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