Friday, April 4, 2008 3:06:18 PM
It does look like he gave her a rather good nudge and that was definitely enough to cause her to lose her balance and the momentum of her body to knock her the rest of the way down the stairs. Although she could've been injured from that wall, assuming she wasn`t and was just lying there, why should she want to get up after he pushed her? We have no right to touch a police officer because we`d be charged with ASSAULT, even if it was just the slightest of touches, I don`t think he had the right to push her, especially since she was on a flight of stairs which gives an even greater chance of her seriously injuring herself. Its also very impolite for NONE of those guys to help her up, a fall is a fall.
Wednesday, April 2, 2008 3:38:42 PM
there are over 660,000 police officers in america, and every couple of weeks or so we see one incident like this. It's not just police officers. let`s assume that one incident like this has happened every week for the past 10 years. that would be less than a one in one thousand statistic for ten years. for the past ten years, the other 99.9% have not done anything news worthy, or even IAB worthy. You people need to seriously stop hating on cops.
Wednesday, April 2, 2008 3:36:33 PM
Trolling? Nah, just wishing that people wouldn't act like they know exactly what happened based on a choppy, grainy video with no sound and at a quality my dad`s camcorder from the 80`s could beat. I admitted I couldn`t tell what was happening, I didn`t say that you were all wrong. It`s possible she was pushed, but possible she wasn`t. My argument was simply that I couldn`t tell, and I sincerely doubt anyone else here can. Unless they were there.