Jackbootlickers to show up in 3... 2... 1...
Can't say that I'm an expert or anything, but I have never met a person with Downs syndrome who would ever need to be restrained. All that I have met are very peaceful people.
Now I can recognize a downs syndrome kid pretty easily tho some are more obvious than others. One thing they all seem to have is a sweet nature.
Why in the world did they handcuff then throw him face first on the ground? I suspect it was to injure him a bit and show who was boss as if a downs kid needed to be shown.
I would just about bet that I could have gotten the kid out of there with no physical force at all, except maybe very minimal.
My youngest brother has Down’s syndrome so I know what I am stating - these cops are murderers and they are trying to cover their arses because of their monumental screw-up. Of course, since they are cops and likely UNION cops in a deep blue state, they will face ABSOLUTELY no punishment for their crime.
My condolences to the family of the victim.
It’s pretty easy to spot a Down Syndrome person. These cops are pieces of s***.
****Saylor liked the movie ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ and wanted to watch another showing. However, a Regal Cinema employee asked Saylor to leave.****
Since when do you have to leave between movies? It used to be you could go to the movies when the theater opened, watch a double feature twice and leave when the theater closed.
The thugs with badges will use their get-out-of-jail-free card - “I feared for my life!”.
The words “fired”, “arrested” nor even “suspended” do not appear in this article. The perpetrators of this awful crime are not even named.
I question why the theater would not let him re-watch the movie. Rarely do people want to re-watch a movie. When they do, they do for a good reason. They might have to leave the movie for a trip to the restroom or to answer a cell phone call. They might decide to make a quick trip to the snack bar, only to find themselves in a slow line. With the many things that can interrupt a movie; that one spent good money to watch, there is no good reason to prevent one from the full enjoyment of that movie. Then need for a second viewing is necessary.
It's amazing the number of government hirelings that have side jobs. Government folk seem to be some of the hardest working people out there. Either that or they get to pretty much sleep through their day job.
First, you have the initial employee who made contact with Robert. This employee is most likely a product of our illustrious public school system, where our youth are so well socialized and indoctrinated to tolerate others, and think on their own, that this employee was able to recognize and empathize with a disabled person. Oh, wait, this didn’t happen?
Then you have the caring public servants, police officers, that understand they are to support their neighbors in the community and recognize and empathize with a disabled person. Oh, wait, this didn’t happen?
People get so caught up in the “rules” that no one thinks anymore.
The very first thing I do when I arrest somebody is throw their face on the ground.
What exactly does that mean? I know what it means, the writer of the story is biased. I’ve been the victim of liberal bias in the newspaper myself.
Just last week Chris Dorner was a great guy who got railroaded and BBQ’d by LAPD.
I listened to Beck yesterday. He had the sheriff on the phone that was involved in the electric meter fiasco. After getting the sheriff’s side of the story Beck said the sheriff sounded like a reasonable man. The sheriff gave information that Beck didn’t have.
Beck shot from the hip. He didn’t apologize but he sure danced around an apology. After he got some information from the sheriff he ended the conversation by asking the sheriff where he stood on the 2nd amendment as if that was going to be his final ‘gotcha.’ Seems the sheriff was pro 2nd amendment too and Glenn’s story fizzled. Get both sides first then do what you gotta do. Trial by media usually leaves egg on a lot of faces and I bet Glenn learned a lesson. At least I hope he did.
Our dept. wanted less injuries to people when they were arrested so they gave us pepper spray. One of our guys pepper sprayed a man and he died. They gave us tazers. People die from being tazered.
Are there legitimate instances of police brutality. Yes. Is this one of them? We don’t know yet.
Is there bias in the liberal media against the police. Yes. And in my opinion people who believe it, especially people who claim to be conservative, look stupid wiping the egg off of their faces afterward.
There are way too many legitimate things to go after the police for rather than jumping on National Enquirer alien stories.
Sounds like each of the 3 should be charged with 2nd drgree murder.
Reminds me of an incident in 1992 on a bureau of prisons bus taking convicts from USP Atlanta to FCI Jesup in SE Georgia
Convict got loud....BOP hacks gagged and hooded him....all convicts are already shackled with waist chain and ankle cuffs
Anyhow the guy squirmed and convulsed and suffocated and died right in front of 80 fellow convicts and hacks looking on....the convicts screamed fir help but the hacks ignored it
Moral of story is threefold
A two year sentence can turn into death penalty pretty quickly
Federal bureau of prison screws pretty much suck in some pretty important ways
And most important.....try your best to get transported by US Marshalls if ever in federal custody
Much more Professional and the food is better