You probably ought to drive around Indiana next time you take a cross-country trip. Your right to request assistance from the cops just disappeared.
“The cops in the instant case were responding to a citizens lawful request for help.”
You keep repeating this, but I don’t see the relevance. Just because they had a reason to be there doesn’t mean they didn’t go on to break the law. But nevermind. Whatever else the case was about, the decision asserted falsely that citizens do not have the right to defend themselves against unlawful entry by the cops. That is wrong and needs to be thrown back in the judges’ faces, no matter whether the cops were justified or not in that particular case.
I know I’m late to the thread, but the US Supreme Court ruled that law enforcement is under no legal obligation to protect you.
You may kiss the boots of thugs with badges, but Indiana for me just because the number one state to move to when I’m able to leave NYC.
Where I live...if I rely on the cops to help me...is stupid. They are 5-20 min's away...
You ought to drive around where I live.........