Put this here because it could easily turn into a debate.
According to Upriser.com, three arrests were made. The three were brothers that all lived in that house with their wheel-chair bound mom, who was taken to the hospital after police entering the home knocked her out of her chair. The situation began because police were towing vehicles and that guy that gets thrown to the ground in the video asked them what they were doing.
An anonymous submitter said,
Quoting Just Ames:" What the hell was the man in the street doing? Why was he even there? Go into your house, geez. And ... [snip!] ... guy at the start, yeah that was a little rough but I don't know what was said. He could have threatened them for all I know."
the man in the street was recording on his phone. Though he was being loud, he did nothing illegal.
Even if there was a threat, going by actions that was a unwarranted take down.
They had 25 officers for 2 men. It was extreme.
<blockquote><b>Quoting Just Ames:</b>" What the hell was the man in the street doing? Why was he even there? Go into your house, geez. And ... [snip!] ... guy at the start, yeah that was a little rough but I don't know what was said. He could have threatened them for all I know."</blockquote>
That bothered me too.....what person stands there and purposely interferes with the cops making an arrest. If you think it is something that needs to be examined by the proper authorities or "made public" then record from a far. And the "f**king dogs" comment, I say that about any barking dog. It doesn't mean I will shoot them even though I have 4 guns in my home.
I have gone on ride alongs with cops before, I have heard people threaten to kill the person arresting them. I don't know what was said.
The guy was sitting there disrupting a police investigation. He was an idiot.
Now with the other guy, I don't know what was said and or done, because it wasn't recorded. So I don't think it's a fair depiction of what actually went on.