Friday, September 9, 2011 12:22:50 PM
I personally think that he did what he was supposed to do. People and the kids they raise do not have respect for a police officer and other authority figures. If the authority figure is wrong, do as they say and point it out when you get to the station. Don't run away and then complain when they used force that they are allowed to use. It`s called an accident, I`m sure the officer didn`t mean to aim for her head. Besides, the barb didn`t do all that damage, the surgery did.
Wednesday, September 7, 2011 6:13:31 AM
Than why they hell did you bring her to the police station if you didn't want them to shoot her? Really it`s parents fault for not being able to deal with their child and thinking the cops should handle it.
I`m guessing he didn`t aim for her head, but rather since she was some distance away it just happened to hit there. I can`t see those things being accurate beyond maybe 10 feet away. Every video I`ve seen of them they spread out the further away the target is.
Since she hadn`t actually done anything illegal, this was completely uncalled for.
Tuesday, September 6, 2011 9:28:43 PM
I have no problem with the fact that he tased her, but in the head? I'm not sure how tasers work or if you can aim them or anything, but it seems to me he should aimed lower if possible. Tase her in the back, the leg, somewhere other than the head.