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    Re: "I'm Not Your Brother," Officer tazes Man in Front of His Children.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mason66 View Post
    If somebody refuses to leave a private area, it is for a reason.
    Like getting his kids?

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    Re: "I'm Not Your Brother," Officer tazes Man in Front of His Children.

    Quote Originally Posted by ChezC3 View Post
    Like getting his kids?
    Can't wait for your kids in a private area. Go wait in the food court.

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    Re: "I'm Not Your Brother," Officer tazes Man in Front of His Children.

    I understand people who don't feel they need to comply with orders by an officer without reasonable suspicion or a warrant. Where I have a problem, is that they are confronting officers ON THE SCENE! This is not the place to resolve the situation. The proper and rational way of dealing with this is to inform the officer that you are against what you feel is an illegal search/detainment. Refuse at first, but if the officer insists, just repeat your refusal and comply with the officers request. Then, after the confrontation is over, file a complaint or take the city to court. THAT IS THE PROPER WAY TO HANDLE THIS. People need to start acting like adults and not spoiled little brat children throwing temper tantrums on the side of the road with an officer. Its not worth your life or the officers time to sit and argue with you. The reason we are not the Middle East is because we resolve our grievences in court rooms and on the floor of congress instead of on the street...
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    Re: "I'm Not Your Brother," Officer tazes Man in Front of His Children.

    Quote Originally Posted by Capster78 View Post
    I understand people who don't feel they need to comply with orders by an officer without reasonable suspicion or a warrant. Where I have a problem, is that they are confronting officers ON THE SCENE! This is not the place to resolve the situation. The proper and rational way of dealing with this is to inform the officer that you are against what you feel is an illegal search/detainment. Refuse at first, but if the officer insists, just repeat your refusal and comply with the officers request. Then, after the confrontation is over, file a complaint or take the city to court. THAT IS THE PROPER WAY TO HANDLE THIS. People need to start acting like adults and not spoiled little brat children throwing temper tantrums on the side of the road with an officer. Its not worth your life or the officers time to sit and argue with you. The reason we are not the Middle East is because we resolve our grievences in court rooms and on the floor of congress instead of on the street...
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    Re: "I'm Not Your Brother," Officer tazes Man in Front of His Children.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mason66 View Post
    So you are saying this was a set up only to get the police reaction on video, is that right? Do you think he was lying about having kids in the area?

    Just to clarify this man was not asserting any rights as he was on private property and refused to leave. He could have been a bank robber casing the place, and the police had the responsibility to find out who he was.

    If somebody refuses to leave a private area, it is for a reason.
    How do you know he was refusing to leave and not just arguing with the bank on his way out? Griping about how they are being mean. Sorta as he was doing with the cop, calmy walking not trying to escape until the cop assaulted him.
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    Re: "I'm Not Your Brother," Officer tazes Man in Front of His Children.

    Quote Originally Posted by dirtpoorchris View Post
    How do you know he was refusing to leave and not just arguing with the bank on his way out? Griping about how they are being mean. Sorta as he was doing with the cop, calmy walking not trying to escape until the cop assaulted him.
    Yes...where is the rest of that 22 minute video?

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    Re: "I'm Not Your Brother," Officer tazes Man in Front of His Children.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    Can't wait for your kids in a private area. Go wait in the food court.
    I hear ya, but the response from the police was inappropriate. Some one said, maybe you about cops flexing their authority. Their authority could have been flexed in a different way.

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    Re: "I'm Not Your Brother," Officer tazes Man in Front of His Children.

    Quote Originally Posted by ChezC3 View Post
    I hear ya, but the response from the police was inappropriate. Some one said, maybe you about cops flexing their authority. Their authority could have been flexed in a different way.
    The police in the video acted well within the range of appropriate behavior. Only the second cop had any kind of aditude but even he didn't step outside of professionalism.

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    Re: "I'm Not Your Brother," Officer tazes Man in Front of His Children.

    Quote Originally Posted by Capster78 View Post
    I understand people who don't feel they need to comply with orders by an officer without reasonable suspicion or a warrant. Where I have a problem, is that they are confronting officers ON THE SCENE! This is not the place to resolve the situation. The proper and rational way of dealing with this is to inform the officer that you are against what you feel is an illegal search/detainment. Refuse at first, but if the officer insists, just repeat your refusal and comply with the officers request. Then, after the confrontation is over, file a complaint or take the city to court. THAT IS THE PROPER WAY TO HANDLE THIS. People need to start acting like adults and not spoiled little brat children throwing temper tantrums on the side of the road with an officer. Its not worth your life or the officers time to sit and argue with you. The reason we are not the Middle East is because we resolve our grievences in court rooms and on the floor of congress instead of on the street...
    What if we have a problem with something the state considers legal and just behavior by a police officer? I guess we are just supposed to roll over and deal with it.

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    Re: "I'm Not Your Brother," Officer tazes Man in Front of His Children.

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    What if we have a problem with something the state considers legal and just behavior by a police officer? I guess we are just supposed to roll over and deal with it.
    That's not what happened here.

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