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    Re: Police arrest football fan for rooting the wrong team!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    You assume the police are right. But even the people in the video who were right there were saying the man did nothing wrong and was merely rooting for the Jets. Cops can't just go around arresting people at whim and then allowed to charge people with resisting arrest when the initial arrest was unjust. The cops are restricted, not the People.
    I assume nothing, but I seriously doubt the guy was arrested for just cheering for the Jets. It looked more like a case of disorderly conduct or intoxication. His buddies were claiming he did nothing wrong.......what were they supposed to say?
    We did not see the whole tape and what actually led to the arrest. The cops were already restraining him when we got back to the video. We did see him resisting.

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    Re: Police arrest football fan for rooting the wrong team!

    Quote Originally Posted by Coronado View Post
    That's true, I hadn't thought of that.
    At the end of the video, one of the chargers fan who was sitting behind the arrested guy reaches over and taps the guy's girlfriend on the shoulder and gives her his phone number. You can see him hold his hand out and act as though he's writing on it. She pulls out her cell-phone and they talk for a minute before the camera moves away

    If the charger's fans who were defending this guy were his friends, he'd probably already have their number.

    Presumably, he did this to give the guy a witness.
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    Re: Police arrest football fan for rooting the wrong team!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirty Harry View Post
    I assume nothing, but I seriously doubt the guy was arrested for just cheering for the Jets. It looked more like a case of disorderly conduct or intoxication. His buddies were claiming he did nothing wrong.......what were they supposed to say?
    We did not see the whole tape and what actually led to the arrest. The cops were already restraining him when we got back to the video. We did see him resisting.
    The parts in bold are contradictory statements.
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    Re: Police arrest football fan for rooting the wrong team!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    At the end of the video, one of the chargers fan who was sitting behind the arrested guy reaches over and taps the guy's girlfriend on the shoulder and gives her his phone number. You can see him hold his hand out and act as though he's writing on it. She pulls out her cell-phone and they talk for a minute before the camera moves away

    If the charger's fans who were defending this guy were his friends, he'd probably already have their number.

    Presumably, he did this to give the guy a witness.
    or maybe he wants some pu$$y

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    Re: Police arrest football fan for rooting the wrong team!

    Quote Originally Posted by stalin_was_a_nice_being View Post
    or maybe he wants some pu$$y
    He was with a blond broad, but you never know.
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    Re: Police arrest football fan for rooting the wrong team!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    You assume the police are right. But even the people in the video who were right there were saying the man did nothing wrong and was merely rooting for the Jets. Cops can't just go around arresting people at whim and then allowed to charge people with resisting arrest when the initial arrest was unjust. The cops are restricted, not the People.
    The part in bold is what i totally agree with. To many posters agree with the authorities on everything it really is frightening that they believe people should restrict themselves and cops can behave whichever manner they see fit.

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    Re: Police arrest football fan for rooting the wrong team!

    The Jets fan's name is William Carroll (not pictured above), and his arrest has become "a five-star YouTube hit," according to the San Diego Union Tribune.

    The videotaped arrest of the enthusiastic -- and allegedly inebriated -- New York Jets fan at Qualcomm Stadium has football fans howling in cyber protest.
    The New York Post wrote: "Jets fan arrested in San Diego for no apparent reason."
    San Diego police beg to differ. Assistant Chief Bob Kanaski said Carroll was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication and delaying or obstructing a police officer in his duties.
    "It had nothing to do with cheering, it had to do with the behavior not seen on the film," Kanaski said Wednesday.
    Kanaski, who heads the department's special operation unit, said Carroll was booked into County Jail on the two misdemeanor charges.
    He said officers went to talk to Carroll after being notified via text message from an off-duty police officer at the game who said the Jets fan was intoxicated and out of control.
    A sergeant asked Carroll three times to accompany him out of the stands but he refused. Kanaski said at one point Carroll tried to head-butt one of the officers. When the fan balled his fists and took a stance, the sergeant began to handcuff him, Kanaski said. That is where the video picks up again.



    "The guy was obviously drunk and causing difficulty in the section," Kanaski said.
    Of the 69,000 people at the game, 49 arrests were made, and 43 of those involved being drunk in public. Others were arrested on charges such as petty theft, grand theft and battery, Kanaski said. Thirty-three were ejected for rowdy behavior. Police also issued several citations

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    Re: Police arrest football fan for rooting the wrong team!

    Quote Originally Posted by Crosscheck View Post
    Did you see when the cops first came up and asked him to quiet it down? No, there is some tape missing here.

    He was trying to antagonize the crowd whose team was losing. You don't have to be Einstein to figure out what was going to happen next. What little of the clip you see one doesn't see any Charger fans acting out against him yet.

    This may be a hard concept for you, but it is often better to be pre-ventive than post-reactive.
    Uh, no because the majority of the crowd seemed not offended. And it looked like he was just cheering and wanting for other fans on his team to back him up. If he was antagonizing he would be shouting, "the charger fans are all a bunch of cocksucking fags!". That is antagonizing.

    This may be a hard concept for you, but apathy is a bad thing.

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    Re: Police arrest football fan for rooting the wrong team!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirty Harry View Post
    A sergeant asked Carroll three times to accompany him out of the stands but he refused. Kanaski said at one point Carroll tried to head-butt one of the officers. When the fan balled his fists and took a stance, the sergeant began to handcuff him, Kanaski said. That is where the video picks up again.
    I think it's quite a coincidence all this stuff allegedly happened when the camera was not running.

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    Re: Police arrest football fan for rooting the wrong team!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirty Harry View Post
    The Jets fan's name is William Carroll (not pictured above), and his arrest has become "a five-star YouTube hit," according to the San Diego Union Tribune.

    The videotaped arrest of the enthusiastic -- and allegedly inebriated -- New York Jets fan at Qualcomm Stadium has football fans howling in cyber protest.
    The New York Post wrote: "Jets fan arrested in San Diego for no apparent reason."
    San Diego police beg to differ. Assistant Chief Bob Kanaski said Carroll was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication and delaying or obstructing a police officer in his duties.
    "It had nothing to do with cheering, it had to do with the behavior not seen on the film," Kanaski said Wednesday.
    Kanaski, who heads the department's special operation unit, said Carroll was booked into County Jail on the two misdemeanor charges.
    He said officers went to talk to Carroll after being notified via text message from an off-duty police officer at the game who said the Jets fan was intoxicated and out of control.
    A sergeant asked Carroll three times to accompany him out of the stands but he refused. Kanaski said at one point Carroll tried to head-butt one of the officers. When the fan balled his fists and took a stance, the sergeant began to handcuff him, Kanaski said. That is where the video picks up again.



    "The guy was obviously drunk and causing difficulty in the section," Kanaski said.
    Of the 69,000 people at the game, 49 arrests were made, and 43 of those involved being drunk in public. Others were arrested on charges such as petty theft, grand theft and battery, Kanaski said. Thirty-three were ejected for rowdy behavior. Police also issued several citations
    I have no doubt that the police officer lied about the attempted head-butt. When someone is drunk they are obviously going to not be able to stand straight.
    You know many cops have lied when they are writing about what happened because they don't want to get into trouble. So I can bet that the officer is a lying scumbag many police officers are.

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