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Should have just shot him then.

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Really?

A death sentence for being a teenager?

For not wanting to be bullied by some thug?

Maybe you should be shot for being two inches too short to be a man.
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Cop drop him on his face? Take it thats what the blurred out sides are for? Reckless PO should do jail time.. no need to drop the kid after he had complete control..

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Cop drop him on his face? Take it thats what the blurred out sides are for? Reckless PO should do jail time.. no need to drop the kid after he had complete control..
The officer got 4 years in jail after pleading guilty to excessive force by dropping the teen's face on the curb. Although what got the teen into a coma is the officer stunning the teen for 23 seconds while commanding the teen to get out of the car. With his voluntary muscles already filled with the majority of his blood, he went into cardiac arrest, then later into a coma.

The teen's father is also a police officer.
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yea this was on fb a few days ago, he didnt have blood flow to his brain for 6-8 minutes and he has trouble remembering simple things etc

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The officer got 4 years in jail after pleading guilty to excessive force by dropping the teen's face on the curb. Although what got the teen into a coma is the officer stunning the teen for 23 seconds while commanding the teen to get out of the car. With his voluntary muscles already filled with the majority of his blood, he went into cardiac arrest, then later into a coma.

The teen's father is also a police officer.
to bad cop sould have got sentenced to way more time. I feel bad for that kid

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Cop was wrong for dropping him on his head, but as in most cases, it should not have gone this far and probably wouldn't have if the kid just did what he was told...I would imagine their job is hard enough...


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Polishblood, that's a very accurate and concise description of the situation.

I should add that 4 years was recommeded by the prosecutor as part of a plea agreement.
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american cops are cowards, bottom line


look at police in the rest of the world, they aren't tasing children
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look at police in the rest of the world, they aren't tasing children
I try to look at everyone as an individual no matter what party one belongs to. Unfortunately, whether intentionally or unintentionally, I believe we learn things by grouping and associating. This leads to putting people of better quality, within the same party, on par with the same people of lesser quality.

I remember when I was in Poland or in Germany, the general attitude toward the police wasn't much different.
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Should have just shot him then.

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you're a piece of sht, surprised you're not a cop

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Should have just shot him then.

What's your point?
Dude you really are a piece of sh!t.
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Since we are on a bike forum I feel that a stronger proportion of us take less of a liking to police. However that cop let his frustration get the best of him when he shouldn't have. The kid should've just listened and it minimizes things like this happening.

What'd he pull the kid over for anyway?

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Statement by the family

...Bryce’s only mistake in this situation was following his parents’ advice to ask questions, particularly to ask “why” if stopped by law enforcement....

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If it wasn't for the invention and use of the taser, this guy would be dead....



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yeap its better to just do what the "officer" says than get beaten on the street. Its Waaaaaaay too easy to become a Cop, and cash strapped city/states just cant afford to vet out the possible Thugs. And this guy did this on Camera....What happens at home with the wife and kids behind closed doors?
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My issue these situations is the inevitable comment "if he would've just done what he was told...". As citizens we all have rights and they should be respected which would have also avoided this outcome. So we have here a young man with no clear cut crime committed and a cop who was completely out of line, so much so that he was tried AND convicted which is almost unheard of. I don't care what outfit or uniform you wear to work, if you feel you need to commit felonies and injure others to "do your job" effectively then you are unfit for your job and are a criminal.
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That was tough to watch. I don't know what the cop was thinking when he chucked him onto the ground like that.

While I agree with you guys that some (or most) cops can go overboard, I think the kid deserved everything he got UP UNTIL he got tossed like a gym bag.

There's a huge difference between asking why calm and clearly, and yelling stuff while disobeying orders. There's no reason why he couldn't have asked the same questions while getting out of the car, or while getting cuffed.

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That was tough to watch. I don't know what the cop was thinking when he chucked him onto the ground like that.

While I agree with you guys that some (or most) cops can go overboard, I think the kid deserved everything he got UP UNTIL he got tossed like a gym bag.

There's a huge difference between asking why calm and clearly, and yelling stuff while disobeying orders. There's no reason why he couldn't have asked the same questions while getting out of the car, or while getting cuffed.

Idk if you noticed what the cop said before he opened the door and what the kid reaction to it. Now the cop knew he's not to open the door (well...with out probable cause I guess).

"Does this one open?" .... That's the cop excuse to open the door. I've seen cops waiting for a K-9 unit to sniffed from out side of the car and when the K9 signals for a suspicious scent or whatever-that'd be the probable cause.

"What are you doing" was the kids initial reaction when the cop first opened the door followed by "am I being detain? - am I being arrested?- for what?" And the cop couldn't even give him his reason. I mean I'm not a cop heater but I'm sure the good ones would agree that what he did from the beginning was wrong.



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Idk if you noticed what the cop said before he opened the door and what the kid reaction to it. Now the cop knew he's not to open the door (well...with out probable cause I guess).

"Does this one open?" .... That's the cop excuse to open the door. I've seen cops waiting for a K-9 unit to sniffed from out side of the car and when the K9 signals for a suspicious scent or whatever-that'd be the probable cause.

"What are you doing" was the kids initial reaction when the cop first opened the door followed by "am I being detain? - am I being arrested?- for what?" And the cop couldn't even give him his reason. I mean I'm not a cop heater but I'm sure the good ones would agree that what he did from the beginning was wrong.



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I agree with you so let me rephrase. When you run into a cop like this that has ulterior motives or an agenda, it's best to do what he says or wants (to a reasonable extent of course).

If he wants me to get out of the car for no explicit reason? Sure. If he wants to open my door? Sure. First off, I have nothing to hide (maybe this kid did). And secondly, there's absolutely no way you can win by not cooperating and being difficult.

To your point, a lot of things aren't done by the book with cops, but I think people get too touchy now a days. They're convinced that by getting out of the car or opening the door (in this example), that it equates to some sort of admission or conviction of a crime. Or, they're so hung up on rights, that they decide to "take a stand."

We'll never know in this case, but it's likely that the cop would have explained to him at some point in time why things were happening the way they were. He wouldn't have cuffed him, towed his car, and brought him back to the station without one word. The explanation was imminent, but the kid was too defensive/militant/impatient imo. I feel like the kid being difficult set the tone for the cop to react to.

Hell, I'll even go as far as to getting cuffed and still cooperate. Honestly, what can you do? There's literally nothing that you can do in that point in time that will make it go away. Either lawyer up or resist. We all know what usually happens with the latter.

Unless you plan on being a martyr and settling in court for a settlement, just say yes sir and shut your mouth. Personally I'd rather speed up their "investigation" and be on my merry way.

I understand that we have rights, but I'm not going to test those boundaries when it's just me against a cop. You're going to lose.

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I agree with you so let me rephrase. When you run into a cop like this that has ulterior motives or an agenda, it's best to do what he says or wants (to a reasonable extent of course).

If he wants me to get out of the car for no explicit reason? Sure. If he wants to open my door? Sure. First off, I have nothing to hide (maybe this kid did). And secondly, there's absolutely no way you can win by not cooperating and being difficult.

To your point, a lot of things aren't done by the book with cops, but I think people get too touchy now a days. They're convinced that by getting out of the car or opening the door (in this example), that it equates to some sort of admission or conviction of a crime. Or, they're so hung up on rights, that they decide to "take a stand."

We'll never know in this case, but it's likely that the cop would have explained to him at some point in time why things were happening the way they were. He wouldn't have cuffed him, towed his car, and brought him back to the station without one word. The explanation was imminent, but the kid was too defensive/militant/impatient imo. I feel like the kid being difficult set the tone for the cop to react to.

Hell, I'll even go as far as to getting cuffed and still cooperate. Honestly, what can you do? There's literally nothing that you can do in that point in time that will make it go away. Either lawyer up or resist. We all know what usually happens with the latter.

Unless you plan on being a martyr and settling in court for a settlement, just say yes sir and shut your mouth. Personally I'd rather speed up their "investigation" and be on my merry way.

I understand that we have rights, but I'm not going to test those boundaries when it's just me against a cop. You're going to lose.

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Very good point... Totally agree... But if he was to search my car, I'd probably ask for a K-9 unit just so I know nothing would be planted. But hell if the cop is so crooked he'll find a way I guess.
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I agree with you so let me rephrase. When you run into a cop like this that has ulterior motives or an agenda, it's best to do what he says or wants (to a reasonable extent of course).

If he wants me to get out of the car for no explicit reason? Sure. If he wants to open my door? Sure. First off, I have nothing to hide (maybe this kid did). And secondly, there's absolutely no way you can win by not cooperating and being difficult.

To your point, a lot of things aren't done by the book with cops, but I think people get too touchy now a days. They're convinced that by getting out of the car or opening the door (in this example), that it equates to some sort of admission or conviction of a crime. Or, they're so hung up on rights, that they decide to "take a stand."

We'll never know in this case, but it's likely that the cop would have explained to him at some point in time why things were happening the way they were. He wouldn't have cuffed him, towed his car, and brought him back to the station without one word. The explanation was imminent, but the kid was too defensive/militant/impatient imo. I feel like the kid being difficult set the tone for the cop to react to.

Hell, I'll even go as far as to getting cuffed and still cooperate. Honestly, what can you do? There's literally nothing that you can do in that point in time that will make it go away. Either lawyer up or resist. We all know what usually happens with the latter.

Unless you plan on being a martyr and settling in court for a settlement, just say yes sir and shut your mouth. Personally I'd rather speed up their "investigation" and be on my merry way.

I understand that we have rights, but I'm not going to test those boundaries when it's just me against a cop. You're going to lose.

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I agree with you so let me rephrase. When you run into a cop like this that has ulterior motives or an agenda, it's best to do what he says or wants (to a reasonable extent of course).

If he wants me to get out of the car for no explicit reason? Sure. If he wants to open my door? Sure. First off, I have nothing to hide (maybe this kid did). And secondly, there's absolutely no way you can win by not cooperating and being difficult.

To your point, a lot of things aren't done by the book with cops, but I think people get too touchy now a days. They're convinced that by getting out of the car or opening the door (in this example), that it equates to some sort of admission or conviction of a crime. Or, they're so hung up on rights, that they decide to "take a stand."

We'll never know in this case, but it's likely that the cop would have explained to him at some point in time why things were happening the way they were. He wouldn't have cuffed him, towed his car, and brought him back to the station without one word. The explanation was imminent, but the kid was too defensive/militant/impatient imo. I feel like the kid being difficult set the tone for the cop to react to.

Hell, I'll even go as far as to getting cuffed and still cooperate. Honestly, what can you do? There's literally nothing that you can do in that point in time that will make it go away. Either lawyer up or resist. We all know what usually happens with the latter.

Unless you plan on being a martyr and settling in court for a settlement, just say yes sir and shut your mouth. Personally I'd rather speed up their "investigation" and be on my merry way.

I understand that we have rights, but I'm not going to test those boundaries when it's just me against a cop. You're going to lose.

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Great post and a very smart way to look at things.

Over the last few years my city and our country have had several instances that created terrible situations that could have been avoided if the victim had simply taken their hands out of their pockets when asked, left when they shoukd gave or opened the door when told to. Right or wrong if you don't escalate the situation it can be over with quickly and the wrong doing be dealt with at a later time in a proper manner.

Be it an employee at McDonald's, your boss, your wife or a cop, we all have bad days and take it out on people who don't deserve it. That's human nature. How we react to someone who does that it the key.

It's a tragic situation regardless but was completely avoidable in my eyes. Anyone hear what led up to the stop anyway? Just curious.

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I never realized that a taser can do that.
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I wouldn't resist or play difficult.

I also don't know what happened prior to this video.
But this is just disgusting!

At no moment did that kid come over as a threat. As I understand, in the US the officer has to explain why you're pulled over, he was just asking for that reason.
The officer's "OK, **** it" while he grabbed his taser says it all honestly.

This could've been avoided, from both sides. But still, that it escalated so quickly.. Disgusting.

Good thing he ended up getting those 4 years.

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