Saturday, April 30, 2011 11:00:22 AM
and xtreme0ninja, he said "no" first, thats what started the suspicions. if he said "yes" first they would have simply asked for his ID to prove it and moved on. what's saying he wasnt just lying after they started to move in on him?
If a cop asks me if I have a gun on me and I say "yes", i dont expect them to be nice to me later if i say "JK! lolz"
Saturday, April 30, 2011 10:35:54 AM
Kain1, you are retarded. The cops had absolutely no right to beat and arrest him. He has every right to film them, and when asked if he lives in the house he says, and I quote "I do live here." (0:42 in the video). If I were this guy, I would sue these cops for police brutality, wrongful arrest, damage to personal property (his camera) and searching his house without a warrant (which the one cop said he was going to do, I don't know if he did or not).
Friday, April 29, 2011 11:17:46 AM
allthough this seems very brutal and so forth, i don't think this officer did anything wrong.. he asked him calmly if he lived there, he answered no.. So here`s a man on someone elses property with a camera.. Possibly a burglar scouting out a mark?.. he then calmly asks him to turn off the camera.. he doesn`t comply.. So: There`s a suspicious and non-compliant man on someone elses property with a camera, at night.. I`d arrest his ass too!.. As for the ass-kicking: Don`t resist arrest!, or the officer is not just authorized, but instructed to use all the force necessary... It`s very simple; if a police officer throws you to the ground, go limp..