pushing a cuffed inmate into a wall

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Fullauto223cal's picture

Well that jailer needs to lose his job.

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sal9000's picture
Master Mind

got a question.

 

how do you judge someone to be "alright with you" or not if that persone commits an act. that in a few states that act is a  felony. in other states that act is a misdemeanor and in the rest of them, the act is legal. do you go by your personal view, your states view, the state where it happened, view of the act?

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Fullauto223cal's picture

I really wish you'd stop pretending what I said is some sort of Rubik's cube puzzle that you can't decipher.  It's pretty fucking straight forward, but it seems like you've never actually done any reading of the materials I mentioned.  Maybe do a little homework and open your eyes.

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Nakey's picture
Beta Tester

instant freedom and money to spend.

 

i'd be thanking the guy.

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Dagambit's picture

If he got instant freedom that is bullshit. If he was able to sue, that is bullshit.

The cop should get consequences same as the guy he was handling messed up and got consequences. The fact many people are supposed to get punished and wind up being rewarded instead pisses me off. FACTS, if you didn't fuck up in the first place you wouldn't be in a position to have this scenario occur. Punish the cop, and let that dude be punished for his crime as well, later he can sue the INDIVIDUAL that wronged him, or just press charges like any other fucking person, no 1-5 million dollar lawsuits please. 

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daftcunt's picture

There is a major flaw in your argument. The suspect may or may not be guilty.Even if they are just because one has done something wrong does not mean one loses their rights. In case of law enforcement the state OF COURSE may be sued (as well as the offending employee) as it is their responsibility to employ competent (physical as well as mental) people.

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