Woman Arrested After Confrontation With Bus Driver

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 5 years ago

Florida woman was arrested and tased by police when trying to protect her daughter from bullies on the school bus.
There are 68 comments:
Male 2,005
meh, she should have stayed in the kitchen
0
Reply
Male 626
It took 6 cops to get one woman off the bus? :/
0
Reply
Male 230
@auburnjunky
Phuck that, people should almost never call the cops and handle their own problems. Unless someone tried to rape, kill or kidnap you calling the cops is totally unnecessary.
0
Reply
Male 10,339
"drating cops, your a school bus driver, part of your drating job is to deal with parents with concerns about what happens on YOUR BUS"

My wife is a school bus driver, and this is not the case. If a parent gets Irate, you ask them to leave the bus. If they do not comply, you call the police, period. After this, you are not allowed to talk to the parent.
0
Reply
Male 1,610
There was a term in the Navy, pretty sure it was called escalation of force, which said you could only use equal or lesser force against a threat, i.e., you couldn`t use a 9mm beretta against a guy with a stick, but you also had to use all possible lesser weapons against him. This was within reason as well; you didn`t have to use pepper spray if the threat was shooting at you.

The cops seem to be tasing people left and right who aren`t compliant. I know cops deal with a lot of poo but I don`t think it would have taken a hostage negotiator to get that woman off the bus. Definitely didn`t need 20 cops yelling at her at the same time.
0
Reply
Male 160
hehehe
0
Reply
Male 260
drating cops, your a school bus driver, part of your drating job is to deal with parents with concerns about what happens on YOUR BUS, if she got off the bus, he would have never dealt with the problem, and thanks to the fagot police, probably will never have to
0
Reply
Female 74
WTF? The bus driver reported her as an "irate parent"? IRATE? Really??? That implies so many wrong things which is why, what... a DOZEN cops showed up to apprehend a small woman who has not demonstrated that she is a threat in any way. She seemed very composed for someone who had concerns about her daughter`s treatment. Whether or not she went to the right place to voice her concerns, she approached the driver in a civil manner. The least he could have done was tell her calmly that he had a schedule to keep, and give her a way to contact him or his superiors at the "right" time and place. AND he KNEW he was being recorded. What a jackass. Just based on his behavior alone, I`ll take the daughter`s side.
0
Reply
Male 10,339
LOL Pierre. Restecpa.
0
Reply
Male 1,360
@auburnjunk, it`s not like me, I normally put tobasco in her yogurt. :)
0
Reply
Male 3,472
Be careful what you wish for there, Mama Grizzly!
0
Reply
Male 1,511
She deserved it. Get off private property/vehicle when commanded and follow police orders. Is it really that hard? Then file a complaint later like a civilized adult.
0
Reply
Male 18
That makes me feel ill - really. I`m disgusted.
0
Reply
Female 35
That`s sad :( I understand she wants to stand up for her daughter, and she has every right to do so. However, she should have listened to the police. In fact, she could have just reported the incident directly to them, but you can`t blame the officers or the driver because both of them are doing their job.
0
Reply
Male 266
yeah she very much handled that the wrong way
0
Reply
Male 377
"I`ll go but let me go on my own".. dumb b#tch you had the chance and insisted the cops were called. dumbass. How about you grow up a few dang years and do things the right way.
0
Reply
Male 10,339
0
Reply
Male 83
Very heroic to stand up for her daughter, but maybe taken too a bit of an extreme. The bus driver could have handled it better but she did insult him. To refuse an officer a simple request is not smart. The whole episode is a bit tragic, imo.
0
Reply
Male 2,988
how can you people defend this woman? she shouldn`t have been on the bus, she refused to get off, she resisted police officers. she was the defiant one, not the driver. that poor guy is just trying to do his job and get those kids to school and she is stopping him from doing that. she should have gone to the school board, principle, or started driving her kid to school instead of causing a scene and arguing with police officers
0
Reply
Male 594
Gotta do what the police tell you or you`re going to be seen as the bad guy ...
0
Reply
Male 10,339
@pierre:

Wear deodorant, brush your teeth, learn to use English, and GTFO!
0
Reply
Female 582
What a bunch of non-nice individuals! This woman is daring to defend her daughter and then the police violently arrest her in front of her child. Disgusting.
0
Reply
Male 2,402
She should have just taken the daughter off the bus and gone to the school board to file a complaint. What a dumbass.
0
Reply
Female 166
That`s her DAUGHTER. What would you do? She was reasonable enough when she confronted him then he called her daughter a liar. Regardless of whether or not she is a liar, that woman is still a good, concerned parent who is going to defend her daughter. Police went too far.
0
Reply
Male 58
She seemed polite and reasonable enough when dealing with that dick of a bus driver. If he had just been reasonable enough to calmly explain what he sees from her daughter everyday she could have left, either in agreement or disagreement.
0
Reply
Male 230
she should`ve just got off the bus
0
Reply
Female 2,525
And I have to agree wholeheartedly with lardcarcass. The police are responsible for keeping the peace, yet everywhere they show up, the situation seems to just get worse. Maybe we should spend more time training them in conflict resolution instead of violence.
0
Reply
Female 2,525
That bus driver needs a punch in the dick, but she was stupid for not just getting off the bus and taking it up with his employer.
0
Reply
Male 1,360
auburnjunk, you have little knowledge about the french, but I`m sure you`re an expert on trash, I can smell it.
Va te faire enculer connard, fils de pute qui a été fini à la pisse...
lern some french beatch!
0
Reply
Male 527
LOL, i can`t understand why America isn`t giving some trained monkeys tazers.
They are unable to use words to let people do what they want to do and you get tazed for anything that annoys them. Only difference is the monkeys work for peanuts.
0
Reply
Male 1,051
Student Law, you are a fine example of a well traveled knowledgeable human being.
0
Reply
Male 379
@auburnjunky
i say it all the time when applicable. big deal. if one doesn`t like to be called such names one shouldn`t act like said stereotype. period.
0
Reply
Male 593
GET OFF DA BUS AND STAY OFF DA BUSS OR SUFFER DA TAZIN, BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!
0
Reply
Female 843
I`m not sure what`s going on exactly, but if she was trying to confront the bus driver about someone bullying her daughter, good for her. But taking it too far like that and acting like an idiot with the police is just going to make it so much easier for the other kids to tease her daughter.
0
Reply
Male 10,339
Yeah jwhalerfan: It`s mostly the French anyway that are trash. Most of Europe sees it that way too hahahaha.
0
Reply
Male 1,010
@jwhalerfan:
The first time i was in the US, i was baffled by how people would just walk up and talk to me. A lady came up to me and started talking about how unhealty it was to smoke. (I smoked back then).This was in Alabama.
Europeans can be quite reserved. She was just being nice. In San Francisco some homeless dude would walk up to me and we had a conversation about politics. I`ve been to a lot of places but the communication that can appear spontaniousely between people unaquaintaned in the US is uniqe in the world.

In the US i have lived in peoples houses and eaten dinner with people, and payed nothing for it. I did this from across the entire continent - from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Americans are some of the nicest people i`ve ever met.

You have to stop saying things like "eurotrash". Europeans love Americans.
0
Reply
Male 10,339
@AUTiger: Does anyone even say Nigre anymore?

Oh and enjoy your ban. War Eagle!
0
Reply
Male 25,416
eeek, i understand her intention, but wasnt acted upon in an Adult manner!
0
Reply
Male 2,384
cops are racist fascist non-nice individuals and will arrest anybody causing a scene. why? because it makes them feel like a big person. drat the police!
0
Reply
Male 483
This is both sad and frightening. It`s of no surprise to me that the police were overly hostile, and that alone should warrant concern. It`s only a matter of time before the U.S. becomes completely unrecognizable as the freedom loving nation that it once was.
0
Reply
Male 1,378
hurr durr wat do get off bus mean
0
Reply
Male 3,061
rosa parks would have never gotten on that bus.
0
Reply
Male 10,339
How many times do I have to say this in these threads?

IF YOU RESIST POLICE, AND THEY ARE MAKING A REASONABLE REQUEST (in this case, get off the bus is reasonable, as it is private property. They weren`t telling her to get to the back, just to get off) YOU WILL GET YOUR ASS TAZED AND BOOKED FOR RESISTING. LEARN IT!

Thank you for posting this, so I can see our officers doing their jobs. They rock.
0
Reply
Male 220
Jigsaw... America = one woman.

Typical closed-minded Eurotrash thinking.
0
Reply
Male 1,010
@CaptCangaroo: i hope you are being sarcastic, hehe. "Fail to comply stupid orders = deserves beating." But in some cases it could appear that the US are starting to look like Iran or Ukraine, as in your description :-)
0
Reply
Male 43
I swear America is getting worse, can`t people just use common sense one in a while?
0
Reply
Male 206
@AUTiger91: "Stupid niggre woman got what she deserved."

Wow. Racist much?
0
Reply
Male 20
@Captain Kangaroo - sorry to break it to you - but NOT all orders from police are lawful orders. Only the orders that do not themselves break the law are lawful orders, a police officer CANNOT for instance order you to kill someone else.
0
Reply
Male 253
The woman had a concern for her child. Enough to warrent her comming down a trying to open a dialogue with the professional adult involved. Obviously to anyone with children, she is going to be emotional.
The the people who should have been professional, the bus driver and the police, who should be trained to deescalate a situation failed.
0
Reply
Male 2,628
Here in America,all orders from police are lawful orders-no matter how stupid,and any failure to comply is reason for violence by the police.
0
Reply
Male 1,010
your human rights...
0
Reply
Male 1,010
@ForSquirel:
"that really is the dumbest thing I`ve ever heard. Are you saying that less than lethal is not a violation of a person`s rights?"

No. I`ve never said that. That is an antithetical interpretation of what i said. Only a 5 year old would do that...trolling, eh?

"If so why the drat do we even have law officers?"

To protect and serve.

"If that`s the case then are my rights being violated if I`m taken into custody by someone who hasn`t been trained sufficiently in criminal law or trial?"

Again, with the antitheses and exagguration. Temporary custody awaiting trial or persecution is not a violation of human rights. Cruel and unusual punishment is.

"I`m sorry, being tased does nothing to imped on someone`s rights, it`s given the officer choices."

This is your complete fail. The fact is that it`s given the officers choise to thase you. And that my friend, is the violation of
0
Reply
Female 77
They could have at least given her a CHANCE to get off the bus herself. They asked her to, then started grabbing her 3 seconds later.
0
Reply
Female 185
Not to mess with the op`s perspective, but I`m pretty sure she wasn`t tased. Before and after she went down they were all holding onto her, if she`d been tased I`m pretty sure they would have been too since electricity travels.
Also, I believe she should have argued with the driver at a different time. During day time, when he is probably about to pick up kids, totally not the time. Continuing to go on with her arguments, instead of going to his boss, also not a great idea.
0
Reply
Male 490
She resisted, she gets brought down. Big deal.
0
Reply
Male 2,390
@Student Law - that really is the dumbest thing I`ve ever heard. Are you saying that less than lethal is not a violation of a person`s rights? If so why the drat do we even have law officers? If that`s the case then are my rights being violated if I`m taken into custody by someone who hasn`t been trained sufficiently in criminal law or trial? I`m sorry, being tased does nothing to imped on someone`s rights, it`s given the officer choices.
0
Reply
Male 2,033
Ok, so the bus driver sounds like a freaking moron. That said, the woman is a bigger moron for fighting the cops.

`merica.


0
Reply
Female 4,039
Dude`s head blocks all the action :(
0
Reply
Male 1,678
Proof that when two idiots argue noone wins.
0
Reply
Male 6,737
"Eh, her cause was noble but she did resist the officers. :/ I feel bad for her daughter. If she was being teased before, having her mom publicly tased and arrested can`t be making life any easier."

I was going to post pretty much this.
0
Reply
Male 2,005
meh, she should have stayed in the kitchen
0
Reply
Male 506
Freedom from law or law for freedom?
0
Reply
Female 97
Eh, her cause was noble but she did resist the officers. :/ I feel bad for her daughter. If she was being teased before, having her mom publicly tased and arrested can`t be making life any easier.
0
Reply
Male 1,010
The title says that she got thased. First of all i think it is great that people film violations of human rights, especially where violations have become a precedure. Torture by electrocution as a punishment, conducted by a person who isn`t even close to being a judge is of course such a violation.

This video though as i can see only shows a woman getting arrested? Is she tased? I can`t see it...
0
Reply
Male 552
He could have handled it better. The woman had a point, he was very dissrespectful to a concerned mother..how the hell is he going to treat children acting more wildly than she was? He wont have his job much longer.
As for the cops..jesus, get more exccessive Florida.
0
Reply
Male 37,888

Florida . . . `nuff said.
0
Reply
Male 567
Wow did they bring enough cops to subdue the 100lb woman? He had an very confrontational attitude from the git-go.
0
Reply
Female 8,044
Link: Woman Arrested After Confrontation With Bus Driver [Rate Link] - Florida woman was arrested and tased by police when trying to protect her daughter from bullies on the school bus.
0
Reply