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

    They didn't just cut her "weaves" but also her hair it was tied to. She wasn't in prison - although paranoid police junkies who hope the police totally crush everyone so then such paranoid people living in terror think they might be safer will incessantly post that lie. Nor had she been found guilty of anything.

    Who should be going absolutely ballistic and demand changes in laws maybe even more than those those who give a damn about civil and human rights? TAXPAYERS! Who REALLY should be throwing a fit are TAXPAYERS!

    What the hell do those jailers care? They have no risk whatsoever. They an abuse anyone and it doesn't cost them a dime. MAYBE lose a really crappy job they'll probably quit soon anyway. The government has to pay - meaning we the people pay for that bully **** crap.

    The law needs to change so people in the capacity of police officers can not hide from CIVIL liabilities NOR can the government cover their ass - meaning they pay for their OWN lawyer and they pay court costs and they pay judgments. Put the officer's ass on the line - economically. Make THEM pay, not us.

    As for those who defend and praise such actions, they reek of personal fear and paranoia - wanting the police to control everyone even again anything but total verbal submissive - because they are so terrified in life they are afraid of someone even saying an unkind word to them.

    Since I've been in "civilized" typical society, I am struck by some things. Such as the levels of total apathy towards others and intolerance of those who aren't. Wanting the government to watch and judge everything everyone does micro second by micro second. Government is their GOD and the billion pages of laws are edicts of God for which anyone who does not follow 100% of them should be totally destroyed - literally imprisoned for life or beaten to death. Or even just not acting and speaking totally submissive.

    The wanting to be totally submissive sheep. But also at the extreme levels of terror and fear many - if not most - people live in. And for this, among other things, they want all liberty and freedom taken away - basically to order everyone stay in their homes - and if they leave to keep their eyes down, avoid everyone and say nothing to anyone.
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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.

    When did you start advocating lack of due process?
    1) Jail, prison...whatever...you splitting hairs.

    2) Jails have rules and the number one rule is that the gaurds are in charge. If ol' girl's wig has to go, then it has to go.

    I don't see anything to suggest that she was injured, or even brutilized. It's not like three dude had her on the floor, with a foot on her neck.

    What I do see, is her resisting.
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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 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.
    How come the other officers didn't intervene?
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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 Dr. Chuckles View Post
    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
    Apparently ripping a person's hair out is not standard procedure, and the officer who did so has already been fired. Seriously, would a women who had a waist-length braid or ponytail have had 10 years growth of her own hair lopped off because "she could strangle someone with it"? Of course not. This has already been denounced as totally against the jail's protocol, the corrections officer fired, so continuing to excuse or explain or defend what was done is pretty much moot at this point.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    1) Jail, prison...whatever...you splitting hairs.

    2) Jails have rules and the number one rule is that the gaurds are in charge. If ol' girl's wig has to go, then it has to go.

    I don't see anything to suggest that she was injured, or even brutilized. It's not like three dude had her on the floor, with a foot on her neck.

    What I do see, is her resisting.
    There is an incredible amount of fear in your message.

    BTW, what wig are talking about? The video doesn't show any wig being removed. Is there some other information about a "wig?"

    Some people would see being strapped into a hair and their hair cut off as being brutalized. I do.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    Apparently ripping a person's hair out is not standard procedure, and the officer who did so has already been fired. Seriously, would a women who had a waist-length braid or ponytail have had 10 years growth of her own hair lopped off because "she could strangle someone with it"? Of course not. This has already been denounced as totally against the jail's protocol, the corrections officer fired, so continuing to excuse or explain or defend what was done is pretty much moot at this point.
    I'm just pointing out it makes sense when considering other prison policies. And as for the official response to the video, like I said, I always have my doubts when it comes in return to a bunch of people being publicly outraged.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    Apparently ripping a person's hair out is not standard procedure, and the officer who did so has already been fired. Seriously, would a women who had a waist-length braid or ponytail have had 10 years growth of her own hair lopped off because "she could strangle someone with it"? Of course not. This has already been denounced as totally against the jail's protocol, the corrections officer fired, so continuing to excuse or explain or defend what was done is pretty much moot at this point.
    I'm just pointing out it makes sense when considering other prison policies. And as for the official response to the video, like I said, I always have my doubts when it comes in return to a bunch of people being publicly outraged.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    If you don't like the way you get treated in prison, don't break the law and get sent to prison.
    That line of reasoning could be used to excuse quite literally any abuse of inmates imaginable.

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

    I am as sick of abuse of power police stories or Youtube police brutality as I am the morons who engage in apologetics for them.

    Something has to give...
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    no. You cannot lose rights you do not have in the first place. There is no such thing as the right to have any weapon of your choice regardless of any other consideration. It simply does not exist.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by DiAnna View Post
    Apparently ripping a person's hair out is not standard procedure, and the officer who did so has already been fired. Seriously, would a women who had a waist-length braid or ponytail have had 10 years growth of her own hair lopped off because "she could strangle someone with it"? Of course not. This has already been denounced as totally against the jail's protocol, the corrections officer fired, so continuing to excuse or explain or defend what was done is pretty much moot at this point.
    The arguement to use her hair to strangle one is total paranoinia hogwash. Good grief, if I am a woman in jail and I want to strangle someone do I chew my own hair to remove it (as we don't have scissors in jail). Or do I simply remove my bra and wrap it around someone's neck? Then after strangling them I simply put my bra back on.

    Bras should be illegal in jail and prison.

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