Originally Posted by exlude
Yeah, I see a couple punches land on the back of a restrained man's head then see his bloody face. Excuse me for assuming something he was hit. It's probably just fake blood he smeared on his own face.
I didn't call you an idiot, idiot. I called you ignorant, as you admittedly are. (I know, this vocabulary is difficult from someone of your intelect) For god knows what reason, you refuse to watch the video. Further, you refuse to share all these supposed stories. And with your blindness to the discussion, you really have NO ground to compare them.
Some people are happy in their caves.
Is the view really good from your tu dorm room? You are still in college, right?
BTW, I know you didn't call me an idiot, I called you an idiot. LOL!
It is not that I refuse to watch the video, it is that the video in and of itself does not prove the officers guilty. Pay attention and read that sentence over a couple of times.
I have never declared them innocent or guilty, just that by declaring them guiilty of excessive force by watching the video ONLY, you are an idiot IMO. I have bloodied quite a few people while arresting them, but so far not one of those arrests has been excessive force. I am sorry that you seeing the blood so horrified you that you have lost what little reason you may have had.
My best GUESS is that the officers may have used excessive force, based solely on the description of the video from civilians. But to say it as if it is fact would be wrong, hence I say you are wrong for prejudging them without all the evidence.
I do have a question for you: What if the 2 FBI agents, who by the way are responsible for prosecuting civil rights violations, come out and say the force was necessary and proper, will you then admit you were wrong since you took this stance prematurely?
I have left myself in the position to see all the evidence before making my decision, but hell, if I was still in college and had little life experience I may have thought they way you do also.