He pulled off to the shoulder for some reason, he must have seen something happening up the road that caused him to pull over.
Then you have the individuals who were taking the video, they were laughing before the CHP tried to apprehend the lady and kept on laughing. They must of saw what took place before they started videoing the incident. It's not normal to laugh when a cop is beating someone unless you're 5150.
Maybe they did video what took place before the beating but it was left out for a reason ?
USC Medical Center said there was no injuries to the woman. And she's sitting in the mental ward right now.
Who knows, the CHP officer might have saved the lady's life from being runover by a car ?
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What transpired prior to the video being shown? Why does the individual that is filming the incident state "and then they say police brutality" and encourage the officer to "arrest her"?
We know about 14 seconds worth of what actually transpired. It may very well be that the use of force was unwarranted and excessive. It may be the use of force was warranted BUT excessive. And it may be that the use of force was both warranted and not excessive. We wont know that until we know more than a few seconds blended with a whole lot of bias.
If there was any other outstanding information, It would be included, especially if it would justify the cops actions. All that said there is nothing that justifies choosing to beat the women rather than just apprehend her.O'Quinn said the incident report listed no injuries for the woman, who would not give her name. She is undergoing psychiatric evaluation, he said.
He said the officer was answering a report of a pedestrian on the freeway. When he found the woman, she started walking down an off-ramp and then turned around, walked back onto the freeway and started wandering into lanes, O'Quinn said. That's when the incident occurred.
Also the man who captured the video, the one talking, is not in agreement with the officer as can be confirmed here in this link in which he is actually questioned. He gives his first hand account of the situation. Another witness in the same link, again someone who was actually there, says the women posed no threat.
Video Shows CHP Officer Repeatedly Hitting Woman | NBC Southern California
The question is answered in the link. The women was walking in the highway.What transpired prior to the video being shown?
I don't know why and neither do you. The whole conversation is out of any context. Either way nothing said dismisses what is shown in that video. Which is a weaponless women being beat down by a cop.Why does the individual that is filming the incident state "and then they say police brutality" and encourage the officer to "arrest her"?
Ding Ding DingWe know about 14 seconds worth of what actually transpired. It may very well be that the use of force was unwarranted and excessive.
How? In what circumstance are the actions necessary against a weaponless, barefoot woman in a dress.And it may be that the use of force was both warranted and not excessive.
The cop will get off either way. Regardless if what he did was unwarranted.We wont know that until we know more than a few seconds blended with a whole lot of bias.