Wrong personality types, wrong training, wrong culture - it's clear again and again. This was also such a mild problem compared to anything else I've seen. The guy was already detained and they tried to put him in the police car but apparently couldn't. Well, now he's dead. If something so small and insignificant can rouse this level of aggression and malice in that officer, imagine what he could do or maybe has done to people when the situation was actually dangerous. A high speed chase, an armed guy on drugs, a robbery or street shootout, calls to domestic violence etc. I have rarely seen officers more unfit for the job than this lot of fucking useless animals.
Look at the kid standing in front as well, no way in hell he could even pass a PT test. The level of arrogance and disregard for life I'm seeing is appalling.
With how often these sorts of cases happen and how little is systematically done about them, it's as though the US is just waiting for an explosion of violence until actual reform is pushed through. Of the prison system, the police force and the rule of law. This sort of stuff is unforgivable and definitely turns the public against the police. Worse yet, it's fuel for racially charged violence as well.
Last edited by Larssen (2020-05-27 13:37:17)