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    Re: Video showing cop forcibly cutting woman's hair weave makes waves

    Quote Originally Posted by What if...? View Post
    Or dignity. Or their fairly expensive property.

    Somebody got Lippy and somebody lashed out and abused their authority.

    Women.
    1) You know that, how?

    2) Even so, that'll teach home girl to keep her cocksucker closed and do as she's told; afterall, she's in prison!
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    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: Video showing cop forcibly cutting woman's hair weave makes waves

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    Ummm, sorry, that seems utterly excessive and beyond the pale to me. When you come down to it, even the clothes on their back "could be used" to strangle someone or commit suicide. Inmates are not forced to run around naked.

    Weaves cost literally hundreds of dollars, are glued to the scalp and stitched to one's own hair. I guaran-damn-tee that having that thing ripped off her scalp in a few seconds hurt like holy hell. Glad the officer was fired, but what about the rest of her colleagues who stood around watching this vicious assault? Bah.
    Let's give them guns and knives. Why not, right?
    Quote Originally Posted by Top Cat View Post
    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: Video showing cop forcibly cutting woman's hair weave makes waves

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    Let's give them guns and knives. Why not, right?

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    Re: Video showing cop forcibly cutting woman's hair weave makes waves

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    1) You know that, how?

    2) Even so, that'll teach home girl to keep her cocksucker closed and do as she's told; afterall, she's in prison!
    You have to be convicted to be in prison.

    She was in some kind of pre-disposition detention.

    For all you know she was utterly innocent and shouldn't have been there in the first place, having her expensive property destroyed at the hands of people who should be expected to know better.

    Casual brutality has no place in PRISON, much less pre-trial detention.
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    Re: Video showing cop forcibly cutting woman's hair weave makes waves

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    How is removing a prisoner's weave "brutality"? Obviously, the prisoner wasn't injured. She was restrained in am approved restraint. She wasn't assaulted. Obviously, some people will bitch about anything the cops do.

    Here's a little bit of reality for you: It's prison. If you don't like the way you get treated in prison, don't break the law and get sent to prison.
    She wasn't in prison. She was in jail. That's for #1.

    When did you start advocating lack of due process?

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    Re: Video showing cop forcibly cutting woman's hair weave makes waves

    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieD View Post
    She wasn't in prison. She was in jail. That's for #1.
    And?
    What difference do you think that makes?
    Jails are more tightly controlled environments than most prisons are. They have to be.





    Let's suppose that weaves have to be removed for safety concerns.
    How do you folks think it would be accomplished from a person who would not cooperate?
    Forget I asked.

    You all know the answer is; By force.
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    Re: Video showing cop forcibly cutting woman's hair weave makes waves

    Quote Originally Posted by Excon View Post
    And?
    What difference do you think that makes?
    Jails are more tightly controlled environments than most prisons are. They have to be.





    Let's suppose that weaves have to be removed for safety concerns.
    How do you folks think it would be accomplished from a person who would not cooperate?
    Forget I asked.

    You all know the answer is; By force.
    Since the officer's conduct was reported by the other officers involved, I think your "let's assume" is leaking like a sieve.

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    Re: Video showing cop forcibly cutting woman's hair weave makes waves

    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieD View Post
    Since the officer's conduct was reported by the other officers involved, I think your "let's assume" is leaking like a sieve.
    I think you are referring to that which I wasn't and didn't notice the line separating my comment to you, from the rest of which I said.

    I spoke directly to a situation where they had to be removed for safety concerns. Not specifically this instance.
    In such a non-cooperative situation, they would be removed by force. Do you doubt that?
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    Re: Video showing cop forcibly cutting woman's hair weave makes waves

    Quote Originally Posted by Crosscheck View Post
    http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2014...kes-waves?lite



    Finally a Police Commissioner has came out and called a stop to this BS that has been running rampantly across the USA with rogue cops. Support your local police as they deal with people many wouldn't want to but they must be better than the criminal they are arresting.

    I'm always skeptical of such responses when they come at the heals of a bunch of outraged people on the internet.

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    Re: Video showing cop forcibly cutting woman's hair weave makes waves

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    Ummm, sorry, that seems utterly excessive and beyond the pale to me. When you come down to it, even the clothes on their back "could be used" to strangle someone or commit suicide. Inmates are not forced to run around naked.
    No, but anything easily usable in a such a manner is removed from their possession, even shoelaces. Things like cloths and bedding can't be removed due to concerns about humane treatment, anything else gets confiscated

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