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    Re: Misbehaving Boy, 8, Pepper Sprayed By Police

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    This was the THIRD time the police had to come out to the school for this child.
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    Re: Misbehaving Boy, 8, Pepper Sprayed By Police

    Quote Originally Posted by OscarB63 View Post
    more likely they were afraid mommy would sue them and the school board if they tried to restrain her little darling.

    and the point is, the kid should never have been throwing a **** fit in the first place, IF...mommy had been doing her job.
    That's why my kids's teachers have my permission to light their asses up, if they step out of line. They don't have permission to call the cops in to spray chemicals in their eyes.

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    Re: Misbehaving Boy, 8, Pepper Sprayed By Police

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    They shouldn't have had to show up the first two times.
    So, now you think the police should not have to answer a dispatch call? This line of logic is border-line asinine.

    The school should have to do what a parent is not willing to do?

    I pay a teacher's salary to teach my kid reading, writing and arithmetic. I DON'T pay a teachers salary so they can instill their values of right and wrong in my child. That's my job as a parent.
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    Re: Misbehaving Boy, 8, Pepper Sprayed By Police

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    That's why my kids's teachers have my permission to light their asses up, if they step out of line. They don't have permission to call the cops in to spray chemicals in their eyes.
    and that's why your kids know how to behave, you give a ****. obviously this woman doesn't or her kid wouldn't be a little turd.
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    Re: Misbehaving Boy, 8, Pepper Sprayed By Police

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    The parent wasn't on the scene and the child isn't expected to know better. Are 8 y/o supposed to act like adults, now?
    Ok, now I'll say it... you're a lousy parent if you think that an 8 yr old 'isn't supposed to know better' than to act like this kid did.

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    Re: Misbehaving Boy, 8, Pepper Sprayed By Police

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    That's why my kids's teachers have my permission to light their asses up, if they step out of line. They don't have permission to call the cops in to spray chemicals in their eyes.
    they dont NEED your permission to call the cops and spray chemicals in your kids eyes if your kid acts like this brat did.

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    Re: Misbehaving Boy, 8, Pepper Sprayed By Police

    In this case the police acted incorrectly. Without a doubt, the child's behavior was outrageous and unacceptable, yet there was no need to pepper spray the child. These are professionals and unless they are rookies, they very well may have had to deal with people who were acting a lot worse than this child. I find it hard to believe that the police found it impossible to subdue the child without using pepper spray.
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    Re: Misbehaving Boy, 8, Pepper Sprayed By Police

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Invisible View Post
    In this case the police acted incorrectly. Without a doubt, the child's behavior was outrageous and unacceptable, yet there was no need to pepper spray the child. These are professionals and unless they are rookies, they very well may have had to deal with people who were acting a lot worse than this child. I find it hard to believe that the police found it impossible to subdue the child without using pepper spray.

    Alright, this has already been addressed ad nauseum, but I'll bite. How would YOU advise subduing smaller-than-adult individual carrying a foot long stabbing weapon, who has already made threatening statements to you and refuses to surrender when asked to do so? Oh, and he also essentially has hostages...


    I think the situation was a bit beyond "unacceptable behavior."


    There is absolutely NOTHING wrong with using an essentially harmless method to subdue a subject rather than escalating things further by attempting physical force.
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    Re: Misbehaving Boy, 8, Pepper Sprayed By Police

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Invisible View Post
    In this case the police acted incorrectly. Without a doubt, the child's behavior was outrageous and unacceptable, yet there was no need to pepper spray the child. These are professionals and unless they are rookies, they very well may have had to deal with people who were acting a lot worse than this child. I find it hard to believe that the police found it impossible to subdue the child without using pepper spray.
    the only other "less forceful" option would have been to lay hands on the little bastard and subdue him. since he was wielding a weapon, this would have put both him and the cops at risk of physical injury. pepper spray or taser were the only two viable options. the cops acted correctly in using the least amount of force that would effectively end the situation without putting anyone at undue risk.

    moral of the story: if you don't want the cops to be OC spraying your kid, teach the little bastard how to behave properly.
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    Re: Misbehaving Boy, 8, Pepper Sprayed By Police

    Quote Originally Posted by theangryamerican View Post
    Alright, this has already been addressed ad nauseum, but I'll bite. How would YOU advise subduing smaller-than-adult individual carrying a foot long stabbing weapon, who has already made threatening statements to you and refuses to surrender when asked to do so? Oh, and he also essentially has hostages...





    There is absolutely NOTHING wrong with using an essentially harmless method to subdue a subject rather than escalating things further by attempting physical force.
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    Over the top rhetoric.

    1. The foot long wood is BS

    He was also trying to allegedly stab them with wood trim he had broken off the walls.
    Where does that say it was a foot long?

    2. Hostages is also BS

    Police in suburban Denver are defending their use of pepper spray on an 8-year-old boy they say was throwing a violent tantrum at school.

    Denver's KUSA-TV reported Tuesday that the boy had allegedly been spitting and cursing at teachers February 22 at Glennon Heights Elementary in Lakewood.
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